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Date: 1920 ca.
Description: A pedestrian path along the Wisconsin River. An advertisement for J.M. Brophy general store is painted on the rock formations along the path.
Description: Side view of the locomotive purchased by the Pine River and Stevens Point Railroad, being hauled over land from Lone Rock to Richland Center. In the backgr...
Date: date unknown
Description: Exterior of church with tree in the foreground. One of the screen doors is fully opened. A dust pan hangs from a tree branch on the far left. There are hom...
Description: View of a marshland in a country valley lined with trees.
Description: Exterior of the "General Merchandise - A.C. Hanold groceries" and the "garage and auto livery." A man stands outside the store.
Description: View across dirt road of two men standing on a tree stump halfway up the side of a rocky bluff. Trees grow along the sides and top of the bluff. In the bac...
Description: View down unpaved road towards an intersection on Main Street. On the left is a two-story wood frame building with two men and a dog on the porch and poste...
Description: View looking down at the remains of an old dam. Driftwood has been caught up at the broken wood pilings on the far shoreline. The river is flowing fast, an...
Description: View down dirt street, with cars parked at the curbs near the shops. The shops include a post office, Ford repair shop, and furniture/rug store. Several me...
Description: View down the sidewalk of a residential neighborhood of two-story wooden houses with porches, turrets, and young trees on the lawns and terraces.
Description: View down center of Main Street, with a feed store and other businesses on the left. A grocery store, a barbershop and other businesses are on the right. A...
Description: View of the central business district, with unidentified businesses, some with false fronts. Automobiles and a truck are parked along the sidewalk. A man a...
Description: Three men stand, in three-piece suits and hats, in front of the Gotham train depot.
Description: Letterhead of the Charles A. Parfrey Poultry Supplies company, with hens surrounding a double Sure Trip Trap poultry cage, a view of farm buildings in the...
Description: Exterior of a church with a steeple, cross, lancet arched windows and door.
Description: View down Main Street. A team of horses pulling a buggy is parked at the curb near a storefront on the right. There is a shoe store and hotel on the left.
Description: View down a business-lined street in Hub City.
Description: Elevated view from hill of houses and garages surrounded by trees.
Description: The Coumbe homestead, home of John Coumbe, the first white settler in Richland County, who came to the site in 1838. This home was built in 1861-62; the or...
Description: A. D. German Warehouse, 330 S. Church Street, designed by Frank Lloyd Wright, now used as a center for human history, arts, crafts, and architecture.
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