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Description: View of First United Presbyterian Church, located at 416 Ash on the corner of 3rd Street.
Description: View of the Al. Ringling Theatre from across 4th Street. Neighboring businesses include Pointon Appliance, and an antique shop. Several cars are parked alo...
Date: 1930 ca.
Description: View from street of a cement block building housing an Energee brand gas station and Ben Doty's Tire Service. Next door on the right is Mueller's Garage, a...
Date: 1946 ca.
Description: Four men pose in front of the Pointon Appliance store, 132 Fourth Avenue, located between the Al. Ringling Theatre and Trimpey Studio. Signs advertise Fri...
Description: Four men pose in front of a railroad car. Two of the men are shaking hands. A banner on the car advertises "A Carload of Majestic Radios for Gem City Oil C...
Date: 1918 ca.
Description: Men in hats are gathered around a nighttime bonfire, which was probably part of an anti-German demonstration.
Description: The Nofsinger family poses with their automobile, a Model T Ford.
Date: 1944 ca.
Description: Five women look at a window display at the Schweke Brothers Store, 129 Third Street, which occupied the 1910 Risley Brothers Building. A man sits in the dr...
Date: 1935 ca.
Description: Man in work clothes holding a shovel loaded with dirt while another man watches in the background. The men were Civilian Conservation Corps workers at Devi...
Description: View from street of a business block in Ableman. There is a storefront with umbrellas displayed in the show window, and what appears to be a hammock is hun...
Date: 1915 ca.
Description: Exterior view of the Al. Ringling Theatre.
Date: 1922 ca.
Description: Trees broken and bowed under the weight of a heavy coating of ice stand in front of the Al. Ringling home. Limbs litter the snow-covered ground. Ice is on...
Description: A woman poses with a mirror and powder puff. She wears a bangled costume and dance slippers.
Description: From left to right are Lewis, Nellie and Bernard Arms posing behind a convertible on Old Lake Road, with Bernard and Nellie's house in the background.
Date: 1925 ca.
Description: A studio portrait, presumably of Brad Robinson, his son and grandson. The eldest wears a badge of he Grand Army of the Republic, identifying him as a Civi...
Description: The free tourist campground in Baraboo. Although similar free facilities were clustered in resort areas, by 1926 the Highway Commission engineer could rep...
Description: Nellie Arms, aunt of Lewis Arms, holds a cat outdoors at the farm she shared with her husband Bernard.
Date: 1926 ca.
Description: View from across street of the ornate terra cotta facade of the Al. Ringling Theatre, with advertisements for Rex (The Wonder Horse) in the silent movie, "...
Date: 1906 ca.
Description: Quarter-length studio portrait of Harry Elsworth Cole (1861-1928), founder and first president of the Sauk County Historical Society and president of the S...
Date: 1903 ca.
Description: This blue line print shows quartzite areas, mines, railroads, and roads. The map covers townships 11-13 north, ranges 4-8 east, in parts of Sauk and Columb...
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