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Description: Three Ho-Chunk men posed standing outdoors in front of a seated woman, two buggies, and a tent. All the men are linking arms and wearing suit coats, jacket...
Description: A studio portrait of a woman riding a men's bicycle in front of a painted backdrop of a house. She wears a skirt, riding gloves and a hat.
Date: 1898 ca.
Description: Man posed standing in the road in front of a wooden fence holding a derby hat. There is a house in the background.
Date: date unknown
Description: Billboard in front of the J.J. McGillivray Sash and Door Factory advertising "That funny old farmer Uncle Josh Spruceby Has made millions laugh. Opera Hous...
Description: View down Main Street, with storefronts on both sides. A wagon loaded with straw is coming down the snow-covered street pulled by two horses. People are ga...
Description: Men, women, and children pose with buggy, wagon, and plow in front of a frame house surrounded by farm buildings in the countryside.
Description: A horse stands hitched to an empty egg-shell cutter on a snowy country road.
Description: Elevated view over railroad tracks of York Iron Works. Probably the construction of the blast furnace.
Description: A man stands in the entryway of J.A. Eckern's jewelry store. A dual view, possibly a stereoview.
Description: Man posed sitting in a buggy pulled by a single horse in front of a two-story brick building, probably the Jackson County Poor Home.
Description: Group in A.F. Werner Drugstore wagon riding in parade. Wagon belonged to Ben Werner, one of the five Werner brothers.
Description: A man fishes from an earthen bridge. There is a house or barn in the background.
Description: Man driving a bobsled and team of two horses.
Description: Pontoon bridge across the river on Fillmore Street built after the 1911 flood.
Description: A studio portrait of a man who is posing standing with one leg resting on luggage and holding a pencil and a bill pad in front of a painted backdrop. He is...
Description: An outdoor portrait of a large group of men, women, and children on a trail or path among trees. Possibly a family reunion or other gathering.
Description: Man and woman in a horse and buggy.
Description: Boys gathered on street to watch a parade through town.
Description: Parade passing under arch at the intersection of First and Main Streets.
Description: A portrait of a family of seven seated on the porch of a frame house. Farm buildings can be seen in the background.
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