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Description: A girl enjoys a book at the library.
Description: Tourists visit the historic Seven-Mile Inn at Old World Wisconsin transformed for its role as the Daleyville Bank in the ABC made-for-TV movie "Dillinger".
Description: Aerial view of New Butler, in Waukesha County.
Description: One of two Franklin stoves used in Hawks Tavern, built by Nelson P. Hawks in 1840.
Description: A majorette girl is waving her baton with one arm, while her other arm is in a sling.
Date: 1890 ca.
Description: Stereoview of the Stewart home. The name I.N. Stewart is stamped on the back, and the home is presumably of the family of the donor of the photograph, Mary...
Description: The historic Harmony Town Hall at Old World Wisconsin transformed for use a 1930s gasoline station for the made-for-TV movie, "Dillinger". In the foregroun...
Date: 1928 ca.
Description: The John MacDonald Tavern, built about 1852 about 2 miles west of Delafield, also known as the half-way house between Milwaukee and Madison.
Description: View across Lake La Belle toward lakeside factories, residences, and churches.
Date: 1880 ca.
Description: Stereoview of the Townsend House, a resort hotel. Image includes three people in a boat, rowing under a bridge where four other people stand.
Description: Label submitted to the state of Wisconsin for trademark registration. "Blatz Waukesha Water, Bottled at the Springs, Waukesha WI, A natural spring water, s...
Date: 1860 ca.
Description: Two views of Waukesha, looking east.
Date: date unknown
Description: Exterior view of the Jackson Kemper homestead with trees and shrubbery.
Description: General William Mitchell, with his personal airplane and Milwaukee airport manager Giles Meisenheimer at Butler Field, the first Milwaukee County airport....
Description: Exterior view of front of James DeNoon Reymert's printing office, built in 1847. This office printed the first Norwegian newspaper, the "Nordyset", in the...
Description: Exterior view of Ole Heg's house with a woman standing in front.
Date: 1920 ca.
Description: Interior view of tavern door details.
Description: Southeast view of the Jesse Smith Cobblestone Inn.
Description: Outdoor group portrait of women and one child alongside the graves of Colonel Hans Heg, commander of the 15th Wisconsin Infantry, and his daughter Annetta....
Description: A collage of nine newly elected officers of the National American Woman Suffrage Association. The officers are Mrs. Frank M. Roessing, Mrs. Carrie Chapman...
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