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Description: Edith Wilk Willkie (Mrs. Wendell L. Willkie) holding a bouquet of flowers.
Description: A portrait of Lars Dahl, the son of Andrew Dahl.
Description: View from road of a bluff with exposed rock face next to a winding unpaved road (probably Hwy 33 up to Wildcat Mountain). There is a guardrail along the cu...
Date: date unknown
Description: Rich Valley looking down at Mill Creek Valley. There are several farmhouses among the fields.
Description: Railroad crossing, also showing the main street and the train depot.
Description: Democrat J.P. Kelly of Richland Center put this sign on his car during the last days of the 1932 Presidential campaign. He wrote F. Ryan Duffy that it caus...
Description: Horses and wagons carrying aluminum barrels are standing outside the cheese factory. Workers pause from work to pose. Each worker wears overalls and a hat.
Description: A large group of men pose on the wooden framework of a barn they're building on Holy Hill Road, which has a stone foundation. On the far right three women...
Date: 1885 ca.
Description: View of a street scene featuring a horse-drawn wagon in the foreground and a restaurant in the background.
Description: View up dirt road with foliage on both sides.
Description: Road crew working on State Highway 11 (now 14) in Richland County.
Description: Children stand in a front of the Consolidated School, District No. 4. The stucco building has an elevated basement and large front porch.
Description: A. D. German Warehouse, 330 S. Church Street, designed by Frank Lloyd Wright, now used as a center for human history, arts, crafts, and architecture.
Description: Exterior of a church. The building features a steeple with a cross and arched windows.
Description: View across road of school children and a man and a woman standing in front of the two-story public school. There is a bell tower above the entrance. A num...
Description: Elevated view taken from the roof of a building. Yards and dwellings in the foreground, with a church and school in the background. There are three or four...
Description: Landscape of buildings and a dam along the shoreline of the pond.
Date: 1920 ca.
Description: The Coumbe homestead, home of John Coumbe, the first white settler in Richland County, who came to the site in 1838. The original buildings were log struct...
Description: View down street with homes and shops on either side. In the street is a man on a horse, a dog, and two horses and carriages. On the left by Doctor Ruby's...
Description: Unidentified man outside of Otto's Tavern.
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