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Description: Casper Jaggi presses cheese.
Date: 1907 ca.
Description: Exterior of the Old York Church. The church was built in 1861 and destroyed in 1977.
Description: Men hook a bag of cheese from a kettle onto a hook with a pulley.
Description: View down Main Street of cars and shops lining both sides of the street. The buildings include: the Grand Central Hotel, an ice cream shop, and an automoti...
Description: View down road lined with trees and storefronts. A number of automobiles can be seen parked. The Post Office is on the right.
Description: Harold E. Stassen addressing a crowd in Monroe.
Description: The Steinman residence, built in 1902, and owned by Christ Yuassi in 1950.
Description: Fritz Friedly dumping milk by a can washer.
Date: date unknown
Description: Photographic postcard of the Methodist Episcopal Church.
Description: View from across road of the exterior of the three-story high school. A datestone above the arched entrance says: "High School 1913."
Date: 1955 ca.
Description: The Brooklyn Grange parade float in a Labor Day parade. Men and women on the float mimic various household and recreational activities.
Description: A man presses cheese into a mold.
Description: Barlow "Chalet of the Golden Fleece," New Glarus, Wisconsin. Home of Edwin Barlow, now city museum. Two women standing in front of house.
Date: 1976 ca.
Description: Woman looking out from behind a screen door, leaning on the door.
Date: 1925 ca.
Description: View down Main Street of the central business district, with many parked automobiles, storefronts, power lines, and sidewalks on both sides of the street.
Description: Colorized postcard of the Old Clarance Bridge, a covered bridge. Text in red in the upper right corner reads: "Old Clarance Bridge, Brodhead, Wis."
Description: Two young girls dressed in Swiss costumes for the Wilhelm Tell Festival.
Date: 1850 ca.
Description: New Glarus from an early lithograph.
Description: Men at the Brodhead Cheese Factory closing the cloth after dipping the cheese.
Description: Interior view of the Brodhead Cheese Factory with Kenneth Clark working at the kettles.
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