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Description: The Taylor Orphanage, built by Lucas Bradley in 1868.
Description: A train, engine number 560, on the track at the train depot in Corliss.
Date: 1895 ca.
Description: East Park Fountain.
Date: 1935 ca.
Description: Portions of the rear elevation of the Herbert F. Johnson Residence, "Wingspread," during construction. Portions of the trellis structure and a small corner...
Date: 1900 ca.
Description: View of West Main Street.
Date: 1910 ca.
Description: The ceiling of the living room of the Frederick Graham residence. Built in 1872-1873, on the northwest corner of Racine and 13th Streets.
Description: The Tinslar Residence, home of Miss Flora Tinslar, 909 Wisconsin Street.
Description: Rubber workers making tires at the Ajax Rubber Company plant in Racine.
Description: Interior view of the Racine Public Library. Reverse of cardboard backing reads: "Part of Children's Room." In the foreground are reading tables with lamps,...
Description: Oval-shaped waist-up portrait of Nicolas Le Prevost.
Description: Interior perspectives of the Robert Johns residence designed and drawn by architect John Randal McDonald. McDonald gave the project two names, "Spindrift"...
Description: Exterior view of the Hocking residence.
Description: The eagle "Old Abe" was used for many years by J.I. Case Company, of Racine, Wisconsin, as the firm's trademark, and is shown on these advertising cards is...
Date: 1921 ca.
Description: This photocopy map shows selected streets, public buildings, churches, schools, businesses, warehouses, the harbor, the Root River, and Lake Michigan. The...
Date: 1890 ca.
Description: Portrait of a man wearing a stocking cap, mittens and a double-breasted coat reclines on a toboggan which is supported on a studio prop at an angle in fron...
Description: Governor Walter Goodland and his wife Madge in their kitchen pickling pears.
Description: This map of Burlington shows plat of the town, city limits, section lines, 1/4 section lines of the plat sections, roads, railroads, rivers, and lakes. The...
Description: Interior view of the Racine Public Library. Reverse of cardboard backing reads: "Delivery Desk and Stacks." In the room is a large five-sided librarian's d...
Description: Exterior view of the M.B. Erskine residence.
Description: Head and shoulders portrait of Margaret Cooper, who was one of the first children born in Racine.
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