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Wisconsin Historical Museum Object – Feature Story
Community: Mount Horeb
Reference Number: 5621
Historic Name: MT HOREB PUBLIC SCHOOL
Reference Number: 5615
Reference Number: 5676
Description: View down street lined with businesses. There is a surrey or carriage with fringe along the top in the foreground on the left, and two women sit in a horse...
City: Mount Horeb
Historic Name: A.F. GRAMM HOUSE
Reference Number: 71299
Reference Number: 5683
Description: Trees in the valley against the sun, below Stewart Park.
Description: A bedroom in the C.S. Gonstead home. Madison architect Herb Fritz designed the house, which was built in 1951 and severely damaged by fire in 1991. The acc...
Description: Farmer and two cows standing outside near a barn in winter.
Date: 1901 ca.
Description: The buildings pictured made up what was called the Opera House Block, located at the intersection of Main and South Second Streets. The businesses housed t...
Historic Name: AAVANG SERVICE STATION
Reference Number: 71322
Historic Name: MT. HOREB HOUSE HOTEL
Reference Number: 5672
Historic Name: TORGRIM FJELD HOUSE
Reference Number: 5678
Historic Name: A.A. HUSETH HOUSE
Reference Number: 71326
Description: Group portrait of the 1949-1950 Southwest Wisconsin Champion Mount Horeb Rifle Club. The team was victorious in 12 straight matches with a score of 973 out...
Historic Name: Thomas G. Lingard House
Reference Number: 5618
Historic Name: ANNIE SPAANEM HOUSE
Reference Number: 5647
Description: This 17.5 foot granite monument was erected in 1901 to mark the location of a Norwegian Lutheran Cemetery in Springdale Township.
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