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Description: Governor Thomas A. Dewey of New York, the Republican Party presidential candidate aboard the campaign train, making a stop in Baraboo.
Description: Exterior view of the log building which served as the post office in Loreta (formerly known as Loreto) until January 31, 1907. There is a church in the bac...
Date: 1920 ca.
Description: Historic site marker to commemorate Man Mound and to mark Man Mound Park. The inscription reads "Man Mound Park. Mound located and platted by W.H. Canfie...
Description: View of the Wisconsin River Bridge in the vicinity of Spring Green.
Description: Two-story cottage with a built-in garage. There is a young vine over the roofed entrance, and a bench and potted plant near the garage door.
Description: Mr. Trimpey creates a self-portrait while photographing the window of his antique shop at 128 Fourth Avenue. The window display features dolls from the col...
Description: View from across street of two buildings on Water Street during the 19th century. The building on the right was built in 1866 by Christian Schumm. It later...
Date: 1935 ca.
Description: View from across street of stone church with a short, sturdy tower, which sits on a corner lot at 111 Sixth Street.
Description: Aerial photograph of Spring Green. Houses and commercial buildings stand in the foreground and a rural area is visible in the background.
Description: Sauk City is the oldest incorporated village in Wisconsin (incorporated in 1854) and also has the oldest organized volunteer fire department in the state,...
Description: John Gates, a farmer near La Valle, stands beside his tractor. He was once a saxophone player with a dance orchestra.
Date: 1930 ca.
Description: Barn used by the Ringling Brothers to store circus equipment during the winter.
Description: View from street of a street corner in the business district, with a large brick building housing the J.A.W. Sprecher general merchandise store, with fire...
Date: 1926 ca.
Description: Historic site marker commemorating the first permanent home in Baraboo. The inscription reads, "On this site in 1840, the first permanent home in Baraboo...
Description: Corner view from unpaved street of the State Bank. A meat market is next door on the left. Flyers on the power poles are for an upcoming fair. A metal and...
Description: A night view of the window display in the Hansch and Hill Electrical Store, 121 Fourth Avenue. Floor lamps and wall sconces are featured, as are displays o...
Description: Exterior view from road of church. The church building features arched doors and windows, stained glass, and a bell steeple. There is a cemetery behind the...
Description: View from across street of the ornate terra cotta facade of the Al. Ringling Theatre, with advertisements for Rex (The Wonder Horse) in the silent movie, "...
Date: 1915 ca.
Description: Gateway to the Sauk City Bridge from the Dane County side.
Description: View down street of cars and trucks parked along Third Street in this view looking East across Oak Street. The First National Bank, left, is diagonally acr...
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