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Description: Two men pose with their fists up in an outdoor boxing match. The man on the left is probably Lutie Franz and George Van Hersett on the right. In the backgr...
Description: In a farmyard, a man displays two horses while a woman rests on a bike. Behind them is a tall structure with a ladder, perhaps a windmill.
Date: date unknown
Description: Exterior view of frame house with two floors, probably the residence of L.C. Jones. Torn down in 1994.
Description: Interior of a corner bedroom with numerous keepsakes and photographs, and a dresser, rocking chair, and desk, and a dressing table with mirror. There is a...
Description: A woman stands near a large, white tent that is erected in a yard. There is a building on the right.
Description: Large group sitting and standing among trees in a field. There are buildings in the far background.
Description: Elevated view over railroad tracks of York Iron Works. Probably the construction of the blast furnace.
Description: Ruins after a tornado. Demolished farm buildings, wagons and a windmill.
Description: Man in a racing rig with a harnessed horse on the northwest corner of Harrison and Third Street.
Description: Patriotic parade, probably Memorial Day, through town on the board sidewalk, in front of the First National Bank looking back toward the Jackson County Cou...
Description: Men and children pose in front of retail businesses and from a second story window, and look out into the street.
Description: View from street of Dr. Krohn Family Medicine Wagon pulled by a team of two horses in front of a crowd of people posed standing in front of the First Natio...
Description: Man in a sulky, probably Eugene Greenlee, the Superintendent of Water Works, possibly pulled by a race horse.
Description: Exterior view from street of brick two-story building partially owned by Charles J. Van Schaick which housed the American Express Company and Exchange Offi...
Description: A decorative Spaulding wagon is parked inside a brick building.
Description: Woman and two girls seated on a wooden bench in front of a house, another woman and girl standing alongside, and from left to right: possibly Aleda Johnson...
Description: Full-length studio portrait of a Ho-Chunk man posed sitting on a prop stone wall in front of a painted backdrop. He is a Winneshiek chief and is wearing Ho...
Description: Three men displaying four horses in front of a storefront, probably the Jones Lumber and Merchandise on Water Street.
Description: Betsy Thunder, Ho-Chunk (Winnebago) medicine woman, posed in front of a painted backdrop near a prop stone wall.
Description: The structure of a log cabin as seen from a horse-drawn vehicle.
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