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Date: 1873 ca.

Description: The Mazomanie School, later the high school. A large group of students and teachers stand in front of the two-story brick building with octagonal cupola a...

Date: 1961-04-29 

Description: 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 from th...

Date: 1947-02-19 

Description: Joseph "Roundy" Coughlin presenting the Wisconsin State Journal Trophy, emblematic of the suburban Six-Man Football league championship, to two members of...

Date: 1859 

Description: A drawing of the private Haskell University that was operating during the 1850's. The drawing was done by a student, Mrs. L. Campbell who spelled the name...

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...

Date: 1920 ca.

Description: View from street of a group of three woman and one man standing in the doorway of the dealership in Mazomanie, where, in late 1919 or early 1920, Louis Sch...

Photograph

Mazomanie School

Date:  date unknown

Description: A Mazomanie school.

Date: 1949-02-14 

Description: Interior view of the dining room in the home of Dr. Isadore Schultz. The turquoise and white wallpaper sets off the blond mahogany furniture.

Photograph

D.W. Bronson Family

Date: 1874 ca.

Description: A family, perhaps that of D.W. Bronson, is posed by the picket fence in their yard. Two of the women hold small books. A tree stump in the foreground serve...

Date:  date unknown

Description: A woman in a dress and scarf poses beneath a Ford and Fordson sign. Farm buildings are in the background.

Date: 1942 ca.

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

Date: 1873 ca.

Description: John Theodore Parman and his wife Louise stand second and third from the left behind their home's fence. Their daughters can be seen in the windows and the...

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