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Date: 1925 ca.
Description: A copy of an original photograph by H.H. Bennett of the Cliff House Inn at Devil's Lake as seen from the beach. Abraham Lincoln is reported to have slept h...
Description: Dining room in the ranch-style home of Harold Baumgartner at 240 South Oak Street, showing dining table and chairs and a buffet.
Date: date unknown
Description: View looking out at beach scene at Devil's Lake. There are benches on the shore where vacationers observe the swimmers. Two wooden structures have ladders...
Date: 1961-11-11 ca.
Description: View of a large, tree-lined field. In the foreground, a small, bare tree grows amidst thick shrubbery.
Description: View from across street of a small truck loaded with two "Singer Electric Sewing Machines" parked in front of a store. The store, identified as "The Hat S...
Date: 1940 ca.
Description: An imposing Tudor style stone and stucco house sits on a large wooded lot. There is a decorative fence and hedge along the driveway. The house was the home...
Description: Colorized postcard of the Turk's Head, a formation in Devil's Lake State Park. Foliage is visible in the foreground. The lake, trees, bluffs and sky appear...
Description: Workmen and machinery at the quarry on Blackhawk Bluff. The gravel was used in construction of the power dam.
Description: View of the Lueders cottage, home of the Hamburg-born botanist Frederick Lueders, just before it was torn down to make way for the home of August Derleth.
Description: Ellen Lloyd Jones (also known as Aunt Nell), co-founder of the Hillside Home School, an early progressive school in Wisconsin.
Date: 1878 ca.
Description: Cliff House, a resort hotel built shortly after 1872 when Devil's Lake was reached by rail. Three-story frame house with balcony on each floor. There is a...
Description: Workmen pose while erecting the first smoke stack at the power plant construction site on the Wisconsin River. Two men have scaled the stack.
Description: Children play on slides, see-saws, and swings in the playground of the public school.
Description: Concrete plant at east end of the dam, showing the mixers, crane, and a rail car at the abutment.
Date: 1920 ca.
Description: Toll bridge under construction.
Description: Exterior view of Parson's Indian Village, a tourist attraction on Highway 12 styled after a Zuni pueblo.
Description: View of a burning Central House engulfed in smoke with a crowd of spectators gathered to watch.
Description: Workmen on a barge use a pulley to raise sheet steel pilings which were damaged by high water in October, 1911.
Date: 2009 ca.
Description: Close-up of original lighting dimmer board backstage at the Al. Ringling Theatre.
Description: William Frazier, village president, sits at a drug store counter visiting with druggist Burt Blank in the village of La Valle.
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