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Description: Work progresses on the wooden concrete forms at the east side of the river. The steam-powered pile drivers are also visible.
Date: 1905 ca.
Description: Exterior view of a woolen mill.
Description: Mrs. John Booher and her two daughters sit on a sofa in the first floor living room of their home overlooking the Baraboo river near Reedsburg. The poles b...
Date: 1910 ca.
Description: This was the first bridge built across the Wisconsin River, constructed about 1850, although it was not opened to traffic until 1852. It was torn down in 1...
Date: date unknown
Description: Colorized postcard of the rock formation called the Devil's Doorway in Devil's Lake State Park. Trees can be seen to the right and below. The lake, bluffs...
Description: Ellen Lloyd Jones (also known as Aunt Nell), co-founder of the Hillside Home School, an early progressive school in Wisconsin.
Description: Devil's Lake vicinity; young man seated on rocks in front of Cleft Rock on East Bluff.
Description: Lorraine Schmitt sells tickets to customers Mrs. and Mrs. Rice of Wisconsin Dells at the opening of the Green Ram theater near Baraboo.
Date: 1965-04-17 ca.
Description: View of flooded woods along Highway 14.
Description: Newly poured concrete abutment on the east shore of the Wisconsin River. Iron reinforcing rods protrude from the concrete. Workmen and the steam-driven c...
Date: 1900 ca.
Description: Two buildings: a post ofice and a livery stable/feed store. A man is exiting the post office. Sign on livery stable reads: "Livery Feed and Sale Stable."
Description: The concrete mixer stands near the newly poured east shore abutment while men work nearby. Reinforcing rods protrude from the abutment.
Date: 1909 ca.
Description: Two well-dressed women stand at the foot of Skillet Falls. The trees in the background are bare; the hill behind is covered with tree stumps. The hill is...
Description: Exterior view of the Monroe (Munroe?) House, with three people posing on the front porch.
Date: 1925 ca.
Description: Men stand on the street level porch and women on the second floor wrap-around balcony of the Alba House. A sign on the railing advertises a harness shop.
Description: A small, wood frame building with a band of high windows and three short spires stands on the snowy Sauk County Fair Grounds. There is a covered entry porc...
Description: Photographic postcard of the rock formation called the Devil's Doorway in Devil's Lake State Park. A man is sitting on the formation, wearing a suit and a...
Date: 1914 ca.
Description: Colorized postcard of Devil's Lake. Rock formations are in the foreground. Trees can be seen throughout. Bluffs and sky are visible in the background. The...
Description: An unidentified young woman in old-fashioned dress holds flowers as she stands in front of entrance of the Trimpey house at 719 Oak Street.
Description: These manuscript maps, drawn by William H. Canfield in 1852, illustrate mounds primarily in Sauk County, Wisconsin, in the towns of Greenfield, La Valle, M...
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