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Description: Photographic postcard of an aerial view of town. Text below reads: "Aerial View — Boscobel, Wis."
Date: date unknown
Description: Three alcoves are along a wall; main altar is in the center. Candles decorate the altar areas.
Date: 1900 ca.
Description: A primitive Methodist Church building.
Date: 1915 ca.
Description: Group of school children standing on the steps of a school house(?) holding their bird house projects.
Description: Street-level view of Broadway Avenue showing tall stone buildings, cars, carriages, horses and pedestrians in the distance.
Description: Film still of a wedding.
Date: 1912 ca.
Description: The Badger Pharmacy, 1320 University Avenue, at the corner of Randall about the time that Oscar Rennebohm took over the bankrupt operation.
Description: Elevated view looking west over the open basements of commercial buildings which were destroyed by a recent fire. Main Street is in the foreground. Horse-d...
Description: Survey and development plan of the home grounds area of Mr. and Mrs. George S. Parker, drawn in red, black, and brown ink.
Description: Locomotive Engine No. 1213 of the Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul and Pacific Railroad Company.
Description: A view from the corner of State and Gorham Streets toward the Wisconsin State Capitol.
Description: Interior of Hommel's Restaurant, 20 West Mifflin Street, with interior decor reflected in the food counters, wood panelling, table settings, lighting and b...
Description: Interior of a workshop, probably owned by Leslie Werner, showing tools on the walls, a drill press, and a workbench in front of a window.
Description: View of the front of the McDonnell-Garnhart residence, 424 North Pinckney Street. This Romanesque revival house was designed in 1857 by Samuel H. Donnell,...
Date: 1874 after
Description: An exterior view of the Lincoln Tomb, the final resting place of Abraham Lincoln, his wife Mary, and three of their four sons, Edward, William, and Thomas....
Description: A small herd of Jersey cows, and swine on the farm of J.B. Bartlett. A house with a porch is in the background.
Description: The Guppey Guard, a Wisconsin state militia unit, in formation on a street in Portage.
Description: Front and west side of Bennett Studio. There is a windmill behind the building.
Description: Magazine illustration of home, titled as the "Soldiers' National Asylum at Milwaukee, Wisconsin". The building is in the background, and in the foreground...
Description: Interior view in the Gisholt factory of a large machinery part on a low stand. There are stacks of wood and lumber on the right, and windows are open in th...
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