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Community: Mount Horeb
Historic Name: HENRY ALLEN HOUSE
Reference Number: 71327
Historic Name: JAMES GESME FUNERAL PARLOR
Reference Number: 12686
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: SYFTESTAD/GESME HOUSE
Reference Number: 5646
Historic Name: MT. HOREB RAILROAD DEPOT
Reference Number: 5623
Historic Name: KITTLESON & COMPANY HARDWARE STORE
Reference Number: 5674
Description: An elderly man and woman are sitting at a table near the front window of a coffeehouse. Just outside the window a man and woman are sitting outdoors under...
Historic Name: Henry L. and Sarah Dahle House
Reference Number: 5630
Historic Name: MT. HOREB CO-OP CREAMERY
Reference Number: 5673
Reference Number: 5621
Description: Pictured at the Mt. Horeb Chamber of Commerce 25th Anniversary banquet are the oldest living past president, M.A. Tollund, on the right, and on the left, J...
Description: Aerial view of Mount Horeb, including the central business district.
Historic Name: GEORGE THOMPSON HOUSE
Reference Number: 71321
Historic Name: CHRISTIAN JOHNSON HOUSE
Reference Number: 71272
Historic Name: Herman B. and Anne Marie Dahle House
Reference Number: 5667
Reference Number: 5622
Historic Name: A.A. HUSETH HOUSE
Reference Number: 71326
Date: 1960-11-05 ca.
Description: View down hill of a large, bare tree in a shaded hollow.
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: BUNNELL BLACKSMITH SHOP/THOMPSON BLACKSMITH SHOP
Reference Number: 5637
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