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Description: Children on the back porch of the Bass family home, 207 Clay Street.
Date: 1900 ca.
Description: Ada Bass, seated, with son Cary holding a toy dog. Standing next to them is Lizzie Loote. They are on the steps of the Bass family home at 131 East Montell...
Date: 1910 ca.
Description: View over quarry towards two men in suits sitting at the top edge of the cut face of the granite quarry. In the background is a house at the top of the hil...
Description: A young man fishes on the rocky shore by the Old Mill. The Mill is three-stories high and features a cupola with a wind vane on top.
Description: Local actors portray a Japanese wedding. The photographer's wife, Ada Bass, had a leading role in the production.
Description: Parade with costumed men on horses, a band being pulled in a wagon and American flags.
Description: Ada Bass and her daughter Everetta near a tree on Court House Hill. The handle of a toy baby buggy is on the left.
Description: Located at 627 Main Street, Theo Bertin built this small house-and-canopy station hoping to transform travelers driving north along old Highway 51 into cus...
Description: Two carpenters pose on the front porch of the Bass family home at 207 Clay Street in the fall of 1897. The Gibbs Brothers, of Packwaukee, were the archite...
Description: Edward Cary and Everetta Bass on the porch of their house at 207 Clay Street.
Description: Everetta Bass stands on a fur rug outdoors holding a small American flag. A rocking horse, basket, and doll buggy are nearby.
Description: Sanborn Map of Montello, Page 1.
Description: Exterior of the newly-constructed Tremont House hotel on Main Street.
Date: 1895 ca.
Description: Everetta Bass standing next to a woman identified as Llora. They are standing in front of a house at 131 East Montello Street, with the Methodist Church, l...
Date: 1923 ca.
Description: View of Fountain Lake (officially known as Ennis Lake), John Muir's boyhood home near Montello. The area is now a 125-acre State Natural Area. Fountain Lak...
Date: 1915 ca.
Description: A church in Westfield.
Date: 1890 ca.
Description: Ada Bass, the photographer's wife, posing in costume indoors.
Date: 1874 ca.
Description: Stordock family within fenced yard playing croquet with frame house behind. There is a woodpile and small frame structure behind the house.
Description: Infant, identified as Loura, seated in a baby carriage outside of the Bass family home, 131 East Montello Street.
Description: Cary Bass, standing next to his Great Uncle Cary, who is seated. They are most likely seated inside the Bass family home, 207 Clay Street.
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