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Date: date unknown
Description: Man posed sitting in a buggy pulled by a single horse near two men and two women posed standing near a wooden fence. In the background is a two-story frame...
Date: 1909 ca.
Description: Two girls posed inside an automobile, probably a Model-T Ford.
Description: View from street, in a stereograph form, of a two-story wooden house, identified as the northwest corner of 6th and Taylor, Black River Falls. This home wa...
Date: 1890 ca.
Description: A woman, possibly the daughter of C.R. Monroe, holding up an image of Black River Falls Main Street at the back of a traveling photographer's wagon.
Description: Pontoon bridge across the river on Fillmore Street built after the 1911 flood.
Description: View across road of three men, three women, a girl and a boy posing standing near a wooden fence. There is a trap pulled by a single horse with blinders pa...
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: Group of men and boys posed in front of the M.J. Chapman Store, probably in Alma Center, and known contemporarily as the C.T. Gansel Building.
Description: Crowd gathered on Main Street to see a poster and hear a band announcing the "Buchanan Comedy, Tonight."
Description: Group of men at the construction of a railroad branch line among piles of stones. Railroad ties placed on the ground are visible on the platform in the bac...
Description: View from unpaved street of telephone wires and poles in front of the American Express Building and the photography studio of Charles J. Van Schaick.
Description: An empty bobsled, possibly a Spaulding Oscillating bobsled manufactured by P.R. Olson, in front of a wooden building.
Description: Two men stand atop a hay wagon, one holding the reins of a two-horse team wearing fly-nets and one presumably holding a pitchfork. Another man stands on th...
Description: View down wooden walkway towards a group of people walking. The houses on the opposite side of the street are identified, from right to left, as the reside...
Description: View from shoreline towards a man and woman posed standing on a footbridge over a small waterfall. On the right a woman sits with a child in her lap on the...
Description: A possible stereovies of a river with logs along the shore. Possibly the Hatfield and Railroad bridges in the background.
Description: Parade of men and women in patriotically decorated wagons outside of town.
Description: Four men and three women pose on a wagon.
Description: View along fence line towards a wooden house and wooden walkway. Identified as 227 South Street, built in 1868 by J. Chandler, and later owned by W. Taylor...
Description: Large pile of tree branches fallen across the road near a board sidewalk.
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