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Description: Wisconsin Central Railway locomotive no. 221, the first "big engine" on the Wisconsin Central. Built by the Brooks Locomotive Works in 1898, and later ren...
Description: Chromolithograph card of a man in "native" Algerian costume, posing next to a Singer sewing machine. Part of a "Costumes of All Nations," set created as a...
Date: 1892 ca.
Description: Caption: "Stage driven by William C. Alden stopping in front of Coon Valley store on the route between Viroqua to Muscoda and La Crosse. Alden drove the st...
Date: 1890 ca.
Description: A view from Bascom Hill toward the Wisconsin State Capitol.
Date: 1894 ca.
Description: Full-length studio portrait of a Ho-Chunk woman posing sitting and a Ho-Chunk boy posing standing in front of a painted backdrop. Susie Kingswan (HeNuKah)...
Description: The Genealogical Alcove in the Historical Society's quarters in the third Wisconsin State Capitol. Although the Society had only moved into these rooms in...
Description: Original pen and ink drawing of an illustration for a McCormick Company advertising catalog. Includes illustrations of McCormick's "first" reaper and McCor...
Date: 1897 ca.
Description: Group of railroad employees standing in the doorway of a store.
Date: 1899 ca.
Description: The "Clyde" after being converted to a sternwheel rafter, pushing a tow with a locomotive on board.
Description: Everetta Bass, the photographer's daughter, standing next to a younger girl, identified as Verta, sitting in a baby carriage.
Description: Chromolithograph card of a woman and two children in "native" Servian [Serbian] costume, posing next to a Singer sewing machine. Part of a "Costumes of All...
Description: Advertisement for Madison Hospital, 413-415 South Baldwin Street. Also known as the Gill & Boyd Hospital, opened in 1889 and existed for just a few years.
Description: View from the Ohio River of cultivated hillsides and houses near the shoreline.
Date: 1899-06-12 after
Description: A hooded woman sitting on the remnants of a house. As the amount of debris and barren landscape can attest, the area around her had been leveled by a torna...
Description: A fleet of dredges moored to the Kentucky shore.
Description: Elevated view of the downtown area looking northeast from the courthouse corner.
Description: View of the Eddie farm, later known as the Goodwin farm.
Description: The Smith M. Jacobs Flour and Feed Store (left) and residence (right), 301 and 303 Monroe Street. The address renumbered within the next five years to 1701...
Description: August and Alexander Krueger loading hay with pitchforks onto a wagon with a two-horse team attached. August stands on top of the wagon while Alexander sta...
Description: A stereograph of Trempealeau from the river.
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