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Description: Colorized postcard of an elevated view of a parade going through the central business district. People in the parade are wearing helmets and riding horseba...
Date: 1900 ca.
Description: Elevated view of town.
Description: A view of the public school, a wood building with two front entrances and a belfry. A flagpole, a pile of fuel wood and a seesaw on the left. Surrounded by...
Date: 2009 ca.
Description: View of Al. Ringling Theatre's auditorium and stage from the central rear box. View includes a painted theater curtain, painted ceiling panels and shows th...
Description: Bernard Arms (standing), uncle of Lewis Arms, shares a picnic with his neighbors Mr. and Mrs. (Betsy) Nofsinger.
Description: Posing together from left to right are Elinora, Nellie Arms (aunt of Lewis Arms), and Bonnie Childs. They are at Nellie and Bernard Arms's farm. There is a...
Description: View down unpaved road towards three churches in a row. The M.E. and Catholic Churches are brick buildings with arched windows, belfry, and steeples. A sma...
Date: 1945 ca.
Description: Exterior view of the Derleth residence, home of author August Derleth.
Description: View of the Lueders cottage, home of the Hamburg-born botanist Frederick Lueders, just before it was torn down to make way for the home of August Derleth.
Date: date unknown
Description: View from unpaved street of the Commercial Hotel on a corner. There is a wagon on the left.
Date: 1935 ca.
Description: Awnings shade the windows of the three-story stone Richardsonian Romanesque style residence of Al. Ringling.
Date: 1909 ca.
Description: A deteriorating mining building seen from across a field.
Description: The home of Carl L. Buelow, a combination of a log and frame house, also used as a saloon. A rod at the left corner can be used to hang a sign. A chair sit...
Date: 1922 ca.
Description: Elevated view of bridge over Wisconsin River built in 1921 to take the place of the old wooden bridge when it became condemned.
Description: A large group of young men pose on the steps of the Sauk County Courthouse. They would leave that day for the newly constructed Camp Grant near Rockford, I...
Description: View from yard of blacksmith shop, a home, and a two-story building with a "Gold Medal Flour" sign.
Date: 1920 ca.
Description: Van Hise Rock by Ableman's Narrows (Rock Springs), with dedication plaque. Rock Springs was called Ableman until 1947.
Date: 1930 ca.
Description: A highly detailed, brick, storybook style Pennsylvania Oil Co. gas station with a slate roof. There is a large chimney on the left and several gas pumps. M...
Description: This manuscript blueprint map shows streets and lots and includes certifications in the left margin. Horizontal streets top to bottom are: Iroquois, Main,...
Description: Exterior of the Al. Ringling Theater.
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