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Description: A sawmill with workmen sitting outdoors in front of the mill. One man sits on a stack of logs, the other three men stand on a roof which is open sided and...
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: Elevated view of Woodstock, with dwellings, farm buildings and a church. Pastures and fields surround the town.
Description: Five men stand on the platform of the Lone Rock depot waiting for the train.
Description: View across lawn of the high school, which is a two and a half story brick building, and on the roof is a large round metal vent, and a belfry with a coppe...
Description: An intersection with a general store on the left. Two men stand outside the store. There are three horses and wagons on the right and one on the left.
Description: View across unpaved road of the Congregational Church. The wooden, one-story church has a weather vane above the belfry, which has a tall, roofed peak. The...
Description: Wendell Willkie shaking hands with Bud Hole (left) and Frank Joslin.
Description: A portrait of Lars Dahl, the son of Andrew Dahl.
Description: View of the Pine River lined with trees. A bridge is along the top.
Description: Rich Valley looking down at Mill Creek Valley. There are several farmhouses among the fields.
Description: Milk house, US Highway 14, west of Richland Center.
Date: 1925 ca.
Description: View of North Sheldon Street with an automobile parked along its left side.
Description: Elevated view of town.
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: View down a dirt road. The City Hotel is on the left. Farther down the road on a sidewalk a man talks on a platform while a group of men listen.
Description: View looking towards the front door in the room-sized entry hall in the home of Mr. and Mrs. H.D. Brainard. The home was the former 1878 "old Don Johnson...
Description: View looking east on Main Street. The Lunch Room restaurant is located on the right side of the street.
Description: West Side Footbridge.
Date: 1961-08-12 ca.
Description: Early sun seeps through a tree line and buildings into a creek valley. There is a creek in the foreground.
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