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Description: Advertising proof for International trucks, featuring a color illustration of a man in a uniform driving a truck, with a farm in the background. Includes t...
Description: A man leading three baby elephants with decorative blankets with the following names, "Little Jim", "Pinto", and "Alice".
Description: Front view of a brick front building at 826 Mound Street, which was Smitty's barbershop.
Date: 1926 ca.
Description: Group of people standing outside of the Tuscobia Cheese factory.
Description: Children at the Honey Creek State Graded School, District No. 1, commemorate the 200th anniversary of the birth of George Washington with a dance performed...
Description: Immanual Lutheran Church (River Church) on AY was the setting for the wedding of Fred Zastrow and Ruth Loehrke.
Description: A line of clowns and assorted pantomime animals dressed up for Cheese Day. The animals include; a horse, a woodchuck, a bear, a giraffe and an elephant. A...
Date: 1912 before
Description: First O'Dea family home on Park Street. The house may have been built by Thomas Aquinas O'Dea. He and his family lived there until 1911 or 1912, when they...
Date: 1918 ca.
Description: View down snowy road towards a crowd of people gathered at the base of a toboggan slide. A group at the top is preparing to go down the slide. The adjacent...
Description: New City County Building, located at 210 Monona Avenue (Martin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard as of January 19, 1987), taken from the corner of Monona Avenue a...
Date: date unknown
Description: View down a narrow town street with closely spaced homes.
Description: Two-story frame house in town with two porches.
Description: The Louis Hobbins house, 423 North Carroll Street.
Date: 1869 ca.
Description: View from across the railroad track. The Milwaukee and St. Paul Railroad car #4770 is in the foreground. The Freeman House, Carlisle House and Empire Stove...
Description: Interior view of Madison Theatre, located at 111 Monona Avenue (Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd.).
Description: View of Main Street with puddles along the side of the street. Trucks and automobiles are traveling down the street, and are parked on the left. A restaura...
Date: 1957 ca.
Description: The Historical Museum in La Pointe.
Description: Exterior view of Saint John's Lutheran Church of 320-322 East Washington Avenue.
Description: A man with two horses pulling a street waterer down a dirt road. When Main Street was a dirt road, the local merchants paid to have it sprinkled during the...
Description: Dairy farmer and member of the Philharmonic Chorus, Donavon Doerfer, stands in his barn next to cows in stanchions.
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