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Description: Photographic postcard of the exterior of the theater. There are posters in front of the entrance. A current attraction is George Fawcett in "The Frame-Up"...
Description: Jenece and Richard Gross live at W1560 Hwy 28/67. They have lived here for 10 years.
Description: Part of a crowd of over 3000 that toured Stonefield, the Historical Society's site at Cassville, during an open house. The building that housed the State...
Description: The Stanley Building, a large brick building standing at the corner of two city streets. A flag flies from the roof.
Description: A church is in the distance at the end of the road. On either side of the street are homes and stores, with a street light suspended above the street in t...
Description: A mechanic works on a truck at Chisholm Brothers, an International Harvester dealership in Snake River Valley, Idaho. On the right the front of a truck cha...
Description: Group of boys gather together near adults at a train stop, directing attention to two well-dressed men speaking. Original caption reads, "U.P. [Union Pacif...
Description: Street signs with bar in background.
Date: 1872 ca.
Description: Front view of the Wisconsin State Hospital for the Insane (Mendota Mental Health Institute), a large stone building five stories high with a porthole windo...
Description: Man posed next to a truck hauling the world's biggest cheese, named "Goliath" by The Wisconsin Department of Agriculture. Probably taken at the Wisconsin S...
Description: A Texaco service station located on the corner of University Avenue and Lake Street. The station replaced a home laundry service pictured in a 1927 McVicar...
Date: date unknown
Description: Albert G. Zimmerman driving with his wife in a Ford automobile past his house at 746 East Gorham Street.
Description: A general store and gas station with a car parked in front.
Description: Photographic postcard of the Kissel Motor Car Company. The elevated view shows the factory buildings, water towers, railroad cars and track. A dirigible an...
Date: 1915 ca.
Description: A view of Mount Vernon on Arbor Day.
Date: 1925 ca.
Description: Several railroad cars rest on the tracks in front of International Harvester Company's Wichita branch building.
Description: A view of the Washington Bridge, crossing over numerous railroad tracks. Among the hills in the background, the image includes a train engine, a few dwell...
Date: 1910 ca.
Description: Seven children and one young adult, posed, seated in front of a (store?) window. Behind the group are baby carriages. One child is hiddenbehind the girl on...
Description: Vertical view of the Richard Ela Company, 744 Williamson Street selling industrial and welding equipment and supplies and Hanley Implement Company 740 Will...
Description: View across street of the business district towards a general store, which has merchandise displayed in the large front windows. An automobile is parked in...
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