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Description: Elevated view of stock day at the railroad yards, showing pens of sheep and other livestock ready for loading into railroad cars. All of the cars are deco...
Description: Master bedroom at the Governor Nelson Dewey house on his estate called Stonefield. On left side are Cassville President R.J. Eckstein and George W, Foehrin...
Description: Jeffie Duncan, winner of first prize in corn contest, and calf, Lawn Mower, stand before tent exhibiting the Boys Corn Club Contest.
Date: 1890 ca.
Description: View of the Jenckes house, home of Dr. J.L. Jenckes, physician and surgeon.
Description: A group of children with their teacher pose on the lawn outside a one-room school building.
Description: Large group of children and adults posing outside a brick building. Some students are posing in open windows.
Description: Dining room of Howe/Baxter House, owned by Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Cartwright of Lancaster. One wing was built during Civil War days for the Howe family. The...
Description: Home of E. France & Son. The buildings from left to right are: Warehouse No. 2 (partially blocked by 20 foot tall spruce hedge), Warehouse No. 3, 160 colon...
Description: View from shoreline looking down at three men posing on a paddle steamer ferry boat carrying an automobile. The boat has the words "Cassville" and "Dewey"...
Description: View from back of classroom of teacher and students during a class. There is a student standing at the chalkboard, and the teacher is standing behind her d...
Date: 1885 ca.
Description: Thought to be the first soldier's monuments erected in the United States.
Description: Exterior of the Brookside Hospital. The building features a fire escape, an enclosed porch, and a mansard roof.
Date: 1910 ca.
Description: View down hilly unpaved road between two fenced fields. There are telephone poles with wires on either side of the road, and an automible near the top of t...
Description: The home of Governor Nelson Dewey, built in 1842 and later owned by Miss Abbey Phelps.
Date: 1900 ca.
Description: View from shoreline of a group of people standing on the "Henry Bosse" steamboat, a two-decked sternwheeler. The steamboat is attached to a barge along the...
Description: Aerial photographs of Boscobel, Wisconsin.
Date: 1905 ca.
Description: Saint Rose Roman Catholic parsonage.
Date: 1864 ca.
Description: A view of the Trinity Episcopal Church, built in 1864.
Date: date unknown
Description: Color postcard of the Firehouse interior at Stonefield. The jail is through the rear door on the left.
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