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Date: 1920 ca.
Description: Portrait of Alice Kent Trimpey, an authority and writer on American decorative arts and historic dolls.
Date: 1918 ca.
Description: Dog kennels and houses border the Sauk County Jail in Baraboo. The photo was taken from the Northeast corner of the intersection of Broadway and 2nd Ave i...
Date: 1930 ca.
Description: A portrait of the photographer's wife, Alice Kent Trimpey, sitting. Mrs. Trimpey was an authority on antiques and antique dolls.
Date: 1940 ca.
Description: An unidentified man with a cigar stands next to a rack displaying periodicals, including a large number of movie fan and detective magazines.
Description: L.C. Welsh Plumbing float entitled "Evolution of the Chamber Pot" in Sauk County's Wisconsin Centennial Parade.
Description: Front entrance of the Trimpey house.
Description: Members and guests of the Heart of the Hills Walking Club pose on a bluff near Devil's Lake. H.E. Cole stands second from right.
Description: This map shows plat of the city, city limits, local streets, and part of the Baraboo River. The map includes 3 inset maps.
Date: 1908 ca.
Description: Downtown view of Baraboo featuring multiple buildings on the square, a statue, and a horse and buggy.
Description: A race car driver and passenger sit in their racer, No. 16, in front of a grandstand. Both wear goggles; the passenger wears a leather helmet. The spectato...
Description: View of the exterior architecture of the First Baptist Church.
Description: View of a row of businesses on Fourth Avenue, including Warren Cafe, Wang's Rexall Drug Store, Wisconsin Power & Light, a restaurant, and a hotel.
Description: This map shows plat of the city, city limits, local streets, and part of Baraboo River. The map includes 2 inset maps and a legend showing residential, bus...
Date: 1925 ca.
Description: A studio portrait, presumably of Brad Robinson, his son and grandson. The eldest wears a badge of he Grand Army of the Republic, identifying him as a Civi...
Description: View from street of a two-story, wood frame house with a front porch sittomg on a wooded lot. The house has a large chimney, dentil molding under the eaves...
Description: View across river of a large mill or factory complex, possibly the Island Woolen Mill. In front of the mill is a roofed boathouse, with a canoe hanging fro...
Description: Elevated view of the Baraboo River. The main part of town is on the far left shoreline. On the right industrial buildings are near a bridge spanning the ri...
Description: A man stands outside the doorway of The Corner Drug Store, corner of 3rd and Oak Streets. On the side of the building is a large advertisement for Owl & O...
Description: Cars are parked along the side of the Warren Hotel, 102 Fourth Avenue at the corner of Oak Street. The hotel is a large two and one half-story stone struct...
Description: First Congregational United Church of Christ building located at 131 6th Avenue at Broadway.
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