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Date: 1875 ca.
Description: An unidentified family proudly posed in front of their brick, Greek Revival home, with their carriage and team of horses. Although the location is unidenti...
Date: 1910 ca.
Description: Children standing in front of fish nets drying on net racks.
Date: date unknown
Description: View of Elm Court, the largest American Shingle Style home in the United States. The residence was built by William Douglas Sloane and Emily Vanderbilt in...
Description: Page from Sue Ann Hackett Scrapbook displaying several photographs of Sue Ann Hackett's camp friends in the summer of 1949. Includes a girl wearing a swimm...
Description: Building for a new “supermarket” food and household necessities store, under construction on the outskirts of the Milwaukee area. In the background is a ba...
Description: Man in the midst of young Jack Pines planted at Nicolet National Forest.
Description: Manufactured by the Milwaukee Corrugating Company, Josiah Paynter's filling station at 110 South Chestnut Street was the first in Mineral Point.
Description: "Dutch Vetter (left), Glenway clubhouse supervisor, gives some courtesy 'dos and don'ts' to a group of young golfers. They are, left to right, Michael Madi...
Description: Letterhead of Reynolds Brothers of Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin, growers and packers of fresh, frozen, and canned Door County cherries, with a leafy branch lade...
Description: Alvin Steinkopf (left), a Milwaukee journalist, dressed for work on the farm of his parents, Mathilda and Oscar Steinkopf. The Steinkopfs farmed 40 acres n...
Description: View of the Narrows, a channel of the Wisconsin River that is 52 feet wide and 100 feet deep. The first bridge spanning the river was built across the Nar...
Description: Grain binder, identified as built around 1905, at the George A. Whipple Farm.
Description: Distant view of a city surrounded by agricultural fields.
Description: African American children and adults posed in front of a run-down building — possibly a rural school house.
Date: 1977 ca.
Description: An International Scout "Suntanner" parked in the foreground, with a large rock formation in the far background, somewhere in the southwest United States. H...
Description: This farm, at N8139 Hwy P (Section 22), has been in the Dogs family since 1937. Norbert and Hertha purchased from William Benter in 1937. They sold the far...
Description: Rear view from right of a farmer cultivating a field with a McCormick-Deering Farmall AV tractor and attached cultivator.
Description: Demonstration of spraying fruit trees by the Agricultural Extension.
Description: Exterior of the depot and railroad tracks. The depot has a "Cazenovia" sign.
Description: A hilltop view of the Lincoln Highway and a Revolutionary War shot factory, both surrounded by woods and fields.
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