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Description: Ho-Chunk woman and three Ho-Chunk children wearing winter clothes on a board sidewalk in town, probably Black River Falls. Two of the children are wearing...
Date: date unknown
Description: Interior of a furniture store, with two men posed among the rows of furniture. A group of chairs hangs from the ceiling.
Description: Elevated view of large, three-story home in front of the Jackson County Courthouse. Probably the home of W.T. Price.
Description: Ho-Chunk man smoking a cigar and wearing a duck bone breast plate and fur pants on the left, and a European American man wearing a suit, bow tie, and straw...
Description: View from street of the Rozmenoski Brothers Meat Market, on a side street of town, in the Adam Best Building, built in 1914. A man stands inside behind the...
Description: An outdoor portrait of a group of girls wearing hats, some holding baskets, standing in front of buildings.
Description: Six cyclists at the starting line for a race at the Jackson County Fairgrounds.
Description: Elevated view of man filling a street sprinkler or "water wagon" pulled by two horses near the intersection of First and Main Streets.
Date: 1915 ca.
Description: Using a portable, 4 x 5 glass plate negative camera, Van Schaick photographed Ho-Chunk on the streets of Black River Falls. These occasional pictures offer...
Description: A portrait of 18 young girls wearing white dresses posing with their hands folded while kneeling in front of a building.
Description: View across field of frame house surrounded by farm buildings.
Description: Harness horse of either a trotter or pacer breed, possibly named "Beaver Dam". Abe Bailey's barn is off to the left, and the Langlois-Gulfston Funeral Home...
Description: Woman posed standing on the west side of South First Street in front of the photographic studio of Charles J. Van Schaick. Sign on building for J.R. McDona...
Description: Man posed sitting on farm equipment, probably a grain-binder, pulled by a team of four horses posed in the driveway of a large two-story frame house. A man...
Description: People posed in field, with a barn in the background among trees. In the center a man, three women and a boy are standing in front of a wire fence. Behind...
Description: In a farmyard, a man displays two horses while a woman rests on a bike. Behind them is a tall structure with a ladder, perhaps a windmill.
Description: A studio portrait of two women and a dog in front of a painted backdrop and near a prop stone wall. The dog is posed sitting on top of the stone column bet...
Description: A large group of men, women, and children of varying ages standing around the porch of a frame house in winter.
Description: Crew of twenty men posed sitting or standing on a threshing machine and a steam tractor.
Description: A highly decorated Spaulding Wagon is parked in the interior of a brick building.
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