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Description: A man playing a violin is standing near a woman and three children in front of a frame house.
Date: date unknown
Description: Studio portrait of a seated man with a moustache in a sweater, vest, and suit coat.
Description: Man in a top-buggy posing with a team of two horses in front of the Merchants Hotel.
Date: 1900 ca.
Description: Elevated view of men working on telephone lines from scaffolding attached to the pole in front of the telephone exchange building.
Description: Two white women and three white men pose as Native Americans in a home with numerous artifacts including several taxidermy specimens.
Description: Woman riding sidesaddle through town. Storefront on the northeast corner of Main and First Streets as the Palace Bakery and American Express Office.
Description: Two-story frame house with a porch on the right half and a log sidewalk.
Description: A woman stands near a wooden fence that surrounds a frame house.
Description: Crowd watching a circus wagon pulled by a team of six horses in circus parade in town.
Date: 1890 ca.
Description: View of Main Street and the surrounding buildings.
Description: Wagon pulling "Kangaroo Court" through town, probably a promotion for local amateur theatricals. The man on the left is Earl "Dusty" Rhodes, a steam engine...
Description: Band following a flag with Union High School embroidered on it, parading west on Main Street, followed by a group of women.
Description: Dr. Eugene Krohn driving his medicine wagon. The man behind the wagon is either Rufus Jones or Warren C. Jones.
Description: Crowd gathering around tents on South First Street and Main Streets for a special occasion. Sign in lower left for J.R. McDonald and the O.J. Heath Sample...
Description: Mrs. Charles Van Schaick, posed on horseback, rides past the livery stable. It was unusual for women at this time to ride horseback.
Description: Men constructing the framework of the Hatfield Powerhouse.
Description: Group of four women, man, and boy in front of a log building. The man is holding a cat, and the boy is holding a dog.
Description: Man standing in the open rear barred doorway of the Jackson County Bank, holding a piece of watermelon, surrounded by barred windows that have panes and cu...
Description: A group of Ho-Chunk women wrapped in shawls gather at the temporary Ho-Chunk village. Identified as the Homecoming Powwow at the intersection of Main and S...
Description: Man posed standing and a seated woman in front of a morning glory vine-covered frame house, possibly Irving Nutter and his wife.
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