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Description: Sign burning for the Dells Pioneer Village, with Jerry and Mary Claire.
Description: The First Methodist Church on Wisconsin Avenue in the process of being razed.
Date: 1900 ca.
Description: This map shows the boundary lines between ceded and unceded land in compliance with the Treaty of Prairie du Chen of 1829. It also shows roads, rivers, por...
Description: Mrs. Milton Sager, in a trailer home at Camp Randall, does day care with six children. The trailer park, provided by the University of Wisconsin, is for WW...
Description: Two men stand in front of the wooden Central Hotel building while a third stands in the doorway. An automobile is parked in front. To the right is a second...
Description: Gil Dahlk, store manager, stands in the new Kroger store at 117 East Washington Avenue.
Description: Larry Young (played by Wallace Reid in the uniform of a sergeant in the Canadian army) embraces Elaine Debaux (Ann Little in a nurse's cape) in a scene sti...
Description: Jesse C. Brabazon, a pioneer aviator from Delavan, Wisconsin, in his uniform as a member of the Milwaukee Wing of the Civil Air Patrol during World War II.
Description: View across stateline road towards a wooden fence lining the road on the opposite side. A few trees and buildings can be seen over the fence.
Description: This barn, owned by Ken and LaVerne Schoebel, is at W280 West Bend Rd (Section 24). This barn has been in the Schoebel family for 148 years.
Description: A portrait of Sherwin Gillett.
Description: Various small rough sketches of several boats and a vague image with a tent and trees.
Description: Wisconsin Governor Tommy Thompson, on the left, and actor Ernest Borgnine, on the right, sitting together. Thompson is gesturing with his hand and Borgnine...
Date: date unknown
Description: View down Main Street featuring family residences and L. Sutphin's Store. Published by E. Vosseller, Stationer.
Description: Residences stand on either side of Park Avenue, looking east. Saint Joseph's Church, built in 1853, stands on the right.
Description: Three men unload an International truck owned by J.E. Vann and Company Wholesale Grocers. The truck is carrying bags and crates of merchandise and is parke...
Description: View from on a dock looking at a man and two boys sitting on the rock of the shore. Boats are tied to the dock.
Description: German farmers baling hay in southern Germany's Alpine country. The men are using an International D-214 tractor with mower and wagon. Original caption rea...
Description: Below Kilbourn log dam, 1890s. Two girls stand on the edge of the river. Bridge in background.
Description: View from intersection of buildings on the corner of N. Pinckney and E. Washington Streets. On East Washington are the offices of C.P. Cooley, a restaurant...
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