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Description: Group portrait of Mazomanie High School basketball team who were Tri-County League champions.
Date: 1880 ca.
Description: John Parman's “Blacksmith, Wagon & Carriage” shop, with workmen and others posed with vehicles in front.
Date: 1869 ca.
Description: View from across the railroad track. The Milwaukee and St. Paul Railroad car #4770 is in the foreground. The Freeman House, Carlisle House and Empire Stove...
Reference Number: 5507
Description: Charles T. Davies, Mazomanie representative of the Wisconsin Telephone Company, receives the first dial telephone call to be handled through the Wisconsin...
Reference Number: 4881
Description: Group portrait of the uniformed members of the Mazomanie boys basketball team.
Historic Name: JOHN PARMAN BLACKSMITH SHOP
Reference Number: 5494
Reference Number: 120689
Reference Number: 120707
Historic Name: John Hamm House
Reference Number: 120651
Historic Name: John Royston House
Reference Number: 120644
Historic Name: Adam Dunlap Farmstead - stone ice house
Reference Number: 142640
Reference Number: 120678
Reference Number: 120698
Reference Number: 5473
Historic Name: MAZOMANIE SICKLE BUILDING
Reference Number: 5492
Date: 1875 ca.
Description: Bird's-eye map of Mazomanie.
Description: Sand barrens being used for poor crops. Note on back of print says "This should be in timber." Wisconsin Land Economic Inventory photograph.
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