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Description: Photographic postcard of elevated view of the city and the Mississippi River. Homes and business are visible along 2nd Street.
Description: Three men in western dress riding camels pose with their Egyptian guides in front of the Sphinx at the Giza necropolis, with the Cheops pyramid in the back...
Description: Photographic postcard of a poster promoting Bruce with seven photographs. The fairgrounds, Main Street, farm scene, Catholic Church, Chippewa River bridge,...
Date: 1900 after
Description: A view of the gymnasium at Ripon College, displaying the brick facade and side. The carving in the stone balcony above the entrance reads, "Indoor Athleti...
Description: Elevated view of farmers with horse-drawn wagons waiting to ship their harvest goods, probably potatoes, at an unidentified town. There are railroad tracks...
Date: 1900 ca.
Description: A. Lindemann of Cascade, Iowa, with a horse-drawn McCormick Advance reaper and mower.
Description: Log driving crew for the Chippewa Lumber & Boom Company. Crew members are in the process of breaking a jam at the Big Eddy.
Date: 1906 ca.
Description: Four men, identified as Charles E. Brown of Milwaukee, Joyce W. Caron, H.E. Cole (second from right), and A.B. Stout, all of Baraboo, rest at Messenger's S...
Description: The land and house were donated to the village. The club house is still in use (1964) as a publicaly owned building for recreation and meetings. Image show...
Date: 1909 ca.
Description: Milwaukee's first mail truck, here referred to as an "auto car." The date comes from a similar postcard that is postmarked.
Description: A map of Lake Geneva and Lake Delavan, including Lake Como.
Description: Portrait (Profile) of Hodjiage-De (Fish Carrier) or (He Bears A Fish by The Forehead Strap), called William Henry Fishcarrier, in native dress with headdre...
Description: A map of the town of Raymond.
Date: 1905 ca.
Description: Exterior view of the Salisbury house with a horse-drawn wagon located to the side of the home and William Salisbury, John Salisbury, Mrs. William Salisbury...
Description: Paul A. Seifert, and unidentified woman seated indoors. He lived in Richland Center, now known as Gotham, Wisconsin. He was a taxidermist and curio collect...
Description: A view of of the street and Dill Hospital, a small brick building containing the offices of Dr. Charles Dill. The hospital looks like a storefront, and the...
Description: Group of seven men, each holding a pitchfork, standing in a yard. Front row, left to right: Herman Bentert, Herman Riebe, Henry Burchardt. Back row, left...
Date: 1908 ca.
Description: Side view of church converted to offices of Dresen Brothers Contractors and Manufacturers. Sign on bulding reads: "Dresen Brothers Twin City Contractors &...
Description: View of the Hotel Bellis with two men and a horse and buggy in front of it.
Description: Photographic postcard of a profile view of a cecropia moth, Hylophora Cecropia, on a potted geranium.
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