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Description: Woman posed standing on a board sidewalk on the hill of Main Street.
Description: Three Ho-Chunk women and two children are standing in front of a storefront. The Ho-Chunk women and girl are all wearing shawls wrapped around their heads...
Description: Group of Ho-Chunk men, women, and children huddled in a circle, and in smaller groups outside the circle. They are near several summer lodges. Probably a m...
Date: 1911 ca.
Description: View across water of trees and wooden buildings submerged in water, probably during the 1911 (or 1905) flood of the Black River.
Description: Men constructing the framework of the Hatfield Powerhouse.
Date: date unknown
Description: View across road of a boy and dog posed standing at the open gate of a fence in front of a large house. Probably the green house owned by Henry Ormsby on t...
Description: Workmen erecting a telephone pole with a horse team.
Date: 1890 ca.
Description: Front view of Union High School with several people and a bicycle in the foreground.
Description: Seated man, probably William O'Brien, a woman with umbrella, Maggie Beatty O'Brien, and William Miles O'Brien, posing in front of a house. Two men are in t...
Description: View from sidewalk towards a small brass band marching down a patriotically decorated Main Street. Pedestrians are walking along the sidewalk on the right....
Description: Boy posed standing next to a delivery wagon pulled by a single horse. Marked on side "Tel. 76, " and a box of "Saxon Oats" in the wagon.
Description: Elevated view of the Jackson Country Courthouse and church from a hill. In the foreground is a snowy yard, fence, and trees.
Description: A double exposure of Main Street. Writing on the back of the print of this image reads, "No good film was exposed twice".
Description: Saloon owned by Tom Emerson. Poster advertises a fair in Black River Falls on September 7, 8, 9, and 10, 1897.
Date: 1908 ca.
Description: Groups of Ho-Chunk and non-Indians gather on the streets of Black River Falls during the 1908 Homecoming Celebration.
Description: Large crowd milling around a band comprised of African Americans at the intersection of First Street and Main Street, and showing South First Street. Ident...
Description: View from field towards group of people, men and women, posing with sheep and cattle in a pen next to a barn. There are haystacks in the background on the...
Description: Four women wearing traditional Japanese dress having tea.
Description: View of group posed on the lawn in front of a two-story frame house. Four men in the background on the left are standing near two teams of horses; three me...
Description: A Ho-Chunk man dressed in a mix of native and contemporary clothing dances around singers seated around a drumn, ca. 1908. Ho-Chunk men sitting and standin...
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