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Date: 1930 ca.
Description: A rock formation known as "Black Hawk Monument" in Wyalusing State Park. The park's original name, Nelson Dewey, was later given to a different state park...
Description: Contest winners pose outside brick building in doorway. The children are wearing ribbons on their lapels or collars.
First row, reading from left to righ...
Description: View across railroad tracks of storefronts located near the train depot. The shops include: Montford Lumber Company, Damerow's Cafe, and the American Hotel...
Description: Announcement from the Educational Department of the Big Badger Fair, held September 3-6, 1912 in Platteville.
Description: A view down unpaved road of the railroad crossing at Prospect Avenue. A house is down the hill on the left. A hardware store and garage are on the right ne...
Date: date unknown
Description: A map of Grant County, Wisconsin showing the locations of townships, towns, cities, villages, roads, railroads, schools, cemeteries, churches, rivers, and...
Description: A retail street at the intersection of East Oat Avenue. Cars and trucks are parked in the middle of the street. The shops are: a drugstore, Guernsey's Bake...
Description: Ruins of an old furnace. There is a pile of stones and the remains of a wheel. In the background is a hill with trees.
Description: Front view of the Gray-Williams house.
Date: 1926 ca.
Description: A reproduction of an early print of a long, two story wooden building with a front porch identified as the Tyler House. A man drives a horse-drawn wagon in...
Description: Seven men pose outdoors for a snapshot: from right to left: Mink, Gustaveson, Nelson, B?mtly, Williams, Carpenter, Harrington.
Date: 1934 ca.
Description: The Mitchell-Rountree house. This is a view from the southeast of the side of the home.
Date: 1920 ca.
Description: C.R. Pickering Camp on Mill Creek, in summer. Shelter on hill overlooking pond.
Description: View from side of road of Front Street. Cars are parked at the curb near the restaurant and drugstore. Two children and a man walk on the sidewalk. A truck...
Description: View across field of two men pitching grain into horse-drawn wagons. Between the two wagons is a man in a horse-drawn carriage. In the far background is an...
Description: Store at 1897 Canal Street, with an old car on the lower right. The car is parked in front of a "no parking" sign.
Description: Waist-up portrait of Emma Gillett, wife of Sherwin, mother of Lorin.
Date: 1972 ca.
Description: Ink on tracing paper. This map shhows rivers, Prairie du Chien, site of Fort Crawford, Excelsior, Fort Andrew, Bosxobel, Blue River, Orion, Muscoda, Castle...
Description: A tree-lined road the locals know as Lover's Lane.
Description: The facade of Ludden's Big White Store. The building features two bay windows, two stories, and two large display windows. The window displays umbrellas, d...
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