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Date: 1874 ca.

Description: A family is posed in a yard. Behind them is a man with a sword near the front door of a two-story bracket style frame house with a parapet roof and shutter...

Date: 1948-02-05 

Description: Wisconsin Centennial Celebration by Mazomanie fifth and sixth grade classes with P.F. Stickney, age 80, on the right. The pupils are dressed in the costume...

Photograph

Water Tank

Date: 1925 

Description: View down railroad tracks towards a water tank.

Photograph

Catholic Church

Date: 1925 

Description: View across unpaved road of the Catholic Church, which is a stone building. Includes a tall steeple a cross on top. Narrow, pointed arched windows are on t...

Date: 1942 ca.

Description: Isabel Bacon La Follette holding a rake on the farm Philip purchased in northwestern Dane County.

Date:  date unknown

Description: View down railroad tracks of a railroad bridge, which has framed beams on the sides and top. A boy and girl are standing and posing on the bridge. Signs ar...

Photograph

Business District

Date: 1911 

Description: View down street towards the a central business district. There is a T intersection at the end of the main street. Storefronts with awnings line both sides...

Photograph

Community Church

Date:  date unknown

Description: View across unpaved road of the Community Church. There are stained glass windows in an arch above the main entrance, and three more along the front. There...

Date: 1908 ca.

Description: View looking north from the depot.

Date: 1909 

Description: View over railroad tracks towards the railroad water tank.

Date: 1907 ca.

Description: Elevated view of church and town.

Date: 1974-09 ca.

Description: The John B. Stickney home, 203 Broadhead Street. The home is a Gothic Revival home built in 1856. The tower, porch and an addition on the far side date fro...

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