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Description: Men and women pose on an old stage coach pulled by four horses. In the background are commercial buildings at the corner of Main and First Streets. The coa...
Description: View from street of remaining storefronts of two damaged buildings.
Description: A man, possibly Abe Bailey, sits in a wagon pulled by a horse wearing a fly-net.
Description: Ho-Chunk women and children sitting underneath white tents next to parked wagons.
Description: A horse stands hitched to an empty egg-shell cutter on a snowy country road.
Description: Two buggies, each pulled by a single horse, and carrying either a man and women or two women on a path lined with well trimmed trees. This path is probably...
Date: date unknown
Description: Logging camp with numerous bobsleds loaded with logs. Two men and two women are posed sitting in a sleigh pulled by a team of two horses in front of a wood...
Description: Ho-Chunk man in a canoe on a river holding up an oar. There is a woman on the left in the canoe, perhaps holding a child.
Description: Three patriotically dressed women on horseback in town. The large flags have 45 stars, and the small flags have 46 stars.
Description: Man in a sulky. The harnessing indicates that the horse is a pacer. The sulky is the type with pneumatic tires and ball bearings.
Description: Three women sit in a rowboat on a river.
Description: Man with a horse and wagon in town, possibly Henny Berg in front of the Cozy Corner Tavern after the flood of 1911.
Description: An outdoor portrait of a small child posed sitting in an "Iron Clad" coaster wagon pulled by another child. They are standing outdoors on a road or path, w...
Description: A man fishes from an earthen bridge. There is a house or barn in the background.
Description: Group posed on top of stagecoach. It was a special occasion when the old stagecoach was brought out. The top-loading was probably done to get everyone in t...
Description: A group of three men, six women, and a child gathered in the doorway of a building. Another building in the background has "Jackson Co. W.C.T.U." written o...
Date: 1900 ca.
Description: Two men in a repair shop, probably the repair shop of Leslie Werner. Leslie Werner is identified as the man wearing the hat on the left.
Description: Elevated view over railroad tracks of York Iron Works. Probably the construction of the blast furnace.
Description: Boy pushing baby buggy down Main Street, followed by a dog. Various storefronts are visible, including the A. Meinhold Store and the First National Bank on...
Description: Pontoon bridge across the river on Fillmore Street built after the 1911 flood.
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