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Date: date unknown
Description: Studio portrait of two seated men with their legs crossed toward each other. One man has his arm over the chair back, and is sitting on the arm of the chai...
Description: Woman wearing a fur stole, and posed standing on a board sidewalk.
Description: Elevated view, with snow on the ground, of Main Street with the Baptist Church on the left facing the Episcopalian Church at the right center. Center-Left...
Description: Exterior view of frame house with two floors, probably the residence of L.C. Jones. Torn down in 1994.
Description: Men posed demolishing one house and building another on the same property, possibly the R.P. Ravey property. Two boys and a girl are posed standing in the...
Description: Seven women gathered at a sewing bee.
Date: 1895 ca.
Description: Three women (Jennie Parsons Kelly, left, and Lena Eisenback Post, center, and an unidentified woman on the right) on Main Street in front of Yep Ah Sing's...
Description: Two women standing in the doorway of a house, numbered 419.
Description: Cattle pulling wagon in parade through muddy street.
Description: Two-story wooden frame house surrounded by a picket fence. In the far background is the Jackson County Courthouse, possibly the Caves House.
Description: Intersection of Main and First Streets, showing storefronts including, from left to right, August Frederickson Saloon/Poolroom, Palace Bakery/American Expr...
Description: Exterior view from street of brick two-story building partially owned by Charles J. Van Schaick which housed the American Express Company and Exchange Offi...
Description: Crowd watching a monkey ride a horse in a circus parade in town.
Description: Portrait of a Ho-Chunk log grave house in a wooded area.
Description: Men working on the passage of Town Creek under First Street, one-half block north of Main Street.
Description: Man and small girl in a homemade sled in front of the steps that lead to the photographic studio of Charles J. Van Schaick. Storefront on the left sells cr...
Description: Man, woman, and two boys posing on a long porch.
Description: View from road of two men standing behind a fence next to a snow-covered frame house. A woman and young girl pose standing on the porch of a house two hous...
Description: Patriotically decorated stagecoach with a group of people in a parade in town.
Description: Horse and wagon in front of a storefront on Main Street with an elevated board sidewalk. Storefronts identified from left to right as G.G. Melbye Groceries...
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