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Description: A few trees and some suburban homes are adjacent to Saint John's (German) Lutheran Church in Baraboo.
Date: 1920 ca.
Description: A seated studio portrait of the photographer and his wife, Alice Kent Trimpey.
Description: A crowd has gathered facing a corner of the Sauk County Courthouse square where a man, elevated above the crowd, waves an American flag. A bonfire burns on...
Description: Lewis Arms is seated in a 1949 yellow Hudson convertible at Bernard Arms's farm. A man is standing in the background near another automobile parked near th...
Date: 1925 ca.
Description: A studio portrait of a young man in front of a painted backdrop wearing rubber boots holding his gun and a dead fox with his dog standing nearby.
Description: View of the entrance to the Devi-Bara Resort. There is sign on the fence that reads, "Saddle Horses - 1/2 block" and another sign on a tree denoting that t...
Date: 1940 ca.
Description: The storefront of the J.C. Penney store, 127 Third Street. There are summer clothes, hats, and shoes for men and women in the display windows. There is a h...
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.
Description: An interior view of a store with bolts and remnants of fabric for sale.
Description: View of the Ringling Brothers Circus winter quarters from across the Baraboo River, looking due north. The brick building, center, was one of the two "Cat...
Description: An information station advertising: free camping, with hot sandwiches and coffee, and tents and cots for sale. On a utility line pole, there are signs for...
Description: A Native American woman wearing a mix of traditional and western dress holds a child in her lap outdoors.
Description: A studio self-portrait of Ephraim B. Trimpey with goatee, wearing eyeglasses and a large cravat.
Description: Lewis, LuRay, Nellie and Bernard Arms arrive at Devil's Lake in a maroon DeSoto convertible automobile. This was the day after Lewis and LuRay's wedding.
Description: This map shows points of interest, historic sites, buildings, trails, roads, and general animal and plant locations.
Description: View from across street of a shirtless young man standing beside an automobile in the shade of a lean-to attached to the old Ringling Hotel. Signs on the t...
Description: Toddler Chucky Benson, whose mother, June, is being charged with bigamy and is fighting extradition to New York.
Description: Exterior of the residence of Edwin B. and Alice Kent Trimpey, showing front entrance with columns, with a porch and plants above. A cat looks out the windo...
Date: 1935 ca.
Description: The interior of a small food market with produce, beverages, canned goods and coolers. This appears to be the City Food Mart. There is a decorative pressed...
Date: 1945 ca.
Description: Mrs. Trimpey sits in a chair holding her doll, Emeline.
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