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Date: 1890 ca.
Description: Corner of Main and First Street. The first two buildings on the southwest corner are Abraham Meinhold's dry goods and LeClair's hardware store. Next is A.F...
Date: 1880 ca.
Description: Green Grass (HaWinChoKah), in period dress with the exception of his Ho-Chunk moccasins. He is holding a pistol, and his dog is lying next to his chair.
Description: Little Norway Church, with graveyard, located south of Black River Falls.
Date: 1871 ca.
Description: Remains of building foundations after a large fire. The firefire was believed to be incendiary in origin, arising from a feud between owners over land clai...
Description: The building that housed the gallery of Van Schaick and the dental offices of Edward F. Long. Over the years, the building also accommodated a newspaper of...
Description: Elevated view of town, probably looking south from the Van Schaick residence.
Date: 1894 ca.
Description: Memorial wreath in the shape of an anchor.
Description: This birdseye view map reads: ""MERRILLAN JACKSON COUNTY, WISCONSIN. LOOKING FROM POSITION NORTH EAST ON THE TOWN." At the bottom are points to interest th...
Description: Full-length studio portrait of a Ho-Chunk girl standing in front of a painted backdrop. Martha Waukon is posed standing with her arm resting on a chair. Sh...
Date: 1886 ca.
Description: Studio portrait of a young Ho-Chunk man. Thomas Thunder (HoonkHaGaKah) leans on a stump used as a prop in Van Schaik’s studio. He is adorned with earrings...
Date: 1899 ca.
Description: A man and two women stand on a stile of broad wood in the middle of a field. The man stands on the second step, wearing a coat, bow tie, and fedora, the t...
Date: 1895 ca.
Description: Brass band musicians in uniform pose with their instruments.
Description: This arbor was erected for a celebration with the Ojibwe, who traveled from their reservation in northern Wisconsin to participate in the Winnebago-Chippew...
Date: 1897 ca.
Description: Senior High School under construction.
Description: Fence and sign that says, "Dusty Roads and Weary Willies are Strictly Forbidden."
Date: 1898 ca.
Description: Old, bearded man and younger woman seated in front of the corner of a wood outbuilding surrounded by four young children. A young boy stands at his mother'...
Date: 1892-08-17 ca.
Description: Elevated view of crowd gathered to watch elephants parade down Main Street. Probably the Ringling Brothers Circus.
Description: Joe Thunderking Lowe (King of Thunder) (WauKonJahHunkKah), seated, wears Ho-Chunk-style bandolier bags across his chest, an Indian trade blanket on his lap...
Description: Man posed sitting, and a girl and dog standing, in a yard with tall grass in front of a frame house.
Description: Group portrait of the Olver (Oliver) family. In chairs: Alice Melissa and John Joseph; sons, from left to right standing: Louis Franklin (Frank), Willard S...
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