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Description: Steam locomotive No. 1385 moves along the tracks as part of the Butler Railroad Days.
Date: 1915 ca.
Description: Exterior view of Nashotah Mission, Shelton Hall.
Description: Mr. and Mrs. Charles D. Stewart standing on the porch of their home.
Date: date unknown
Description: This manuscript map by Increase Lapham shows the railroads, roads, wetlands, lakes and streams, dams, prairies, and settlers in the eastern half of Waukesh...
Date: 1920 ca.
Description: Exterior view of Hawks tavern, with a porch and deck in the front.
Description: Interior view of the Optenberg Pharmacy. On the left is a large candy counter, including a Russell Stover Candies display. A curved soda fountain counter i...
Date: 1905 ca.
Description: View of the pavilion at Arcadian Spring.
Description: View across railroad tracks of the Wisconsin Central Railroad depot at Sussex (formerly known as Templeton). Two cars are parked near the depot and a bagga...
Description: View down Main Street from Five Points.
Date: 1928 ca.
Description: The Summit Center Chapel. At the the time this picture was taken the chapel was no longer in use.
Description: General William Mitchell, with his personal airplane and Milwaukee airport manager Giles Meisenheimer at Butler Field, the first Milwaukee County airport....
Date: 1925 ca.
Description: A view of Pewaukee Lake Mills. Asa Clark, a Vermont pioneer who settled in the town of Pewaukee in 1837, erected a sawmill in 1838 at the outlet of the lak...
Description: Tourists visit the historic Seven-Mile Inn at Old World Wisconsin transformed for its role as the Daleyville Bank in the ABC made-for-TV movie "Dillinger".
Description: The John MacDonald Tavern, built about 1852 about 2 miles west of Delafield, also known as the half-way house between Milwaukee and Madison.
Date: 1936 ca.
Description: View from the east of Hawk's Tavern.
Description: A boy wearing a hat, boots, and overalls sits on a wooden stool to milk a cow by hand. The original caption reads, "Son of Thomas Ridgman, Dousman, Wis."
Description: This map shows township sections, roads, railroads, and lakes. The map also features extensive manuscript annotations noting landownership in pencil. Stamp...
Description: View of the golf club house at the Moor Bath Links.
Description: Administrative building of the State Fish Hatchery.
Date: 1910 ca.
Description: View looking east from Five Points, with a bank and dentist's office in the foreground.
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