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Description: View down center of street in the central business district. On the left is a clothing store and school supply shop, and a drinking fountain and lamppost o...
Description: Democrat J.P. Kelly of Richland Center put this sign on his car during the last days of the 1932 Presidential campaign. He wrote F. Ryan Duffy that it caus...
Description: Excavation, both manual and machine powered, probably between Richland Center and Boaz on STH 14.
Date: 1910 ca.
Description: Interior view of Robert K. Jones' hardware store.
Description: View across lawn of the high school, which is a two and a half story brick building, and on the roof is a large round metal vent, and a belfry with a coppe...
Description: Three-quarter view of the front and side of the M.E. Church, which is a wood frame building. Above the entrance is a bell tower with a weather vane. Near t...
Description: Two boys display the American flag before raising it on a rustic flag pole in the school yard of the Consolidated School, District No. 4. The other student...
Date: 1940 ca.
Description: Exterior view of a high school with students and several parked automobiles.
Description: View down curving road of a car driving towards the lone house in the distance.
Date: 1932 ca.
Description: The Woodman log school, in the township of Westford, was in use from 1850 until 1902, when a new school was built "just a few rods away." It is noted on th...
Description: A. D. German Warehouse, 330 S. Church Street, designed by Frank Lloyd Wright, now used as a center for human history, arts, crafts, and architecture.
Date: 1921 ca.
Description: View from opposite bank of two horse-drawn buggies crossing the newly constructed bridge over a river.
Description: Elevated view of Viola and neighboring farms in a valley surrounded by rolling hills.
Description: Rich Valley looking down at Mill Creek Valley. There are several farmhouses among the fields.
Description: Exterior of a schoolhouse with a bell tower and flag pole. In the background is a farm, and fields and hills. A sign on the side of the tower says "1903".
Date: 1920 ca.
Description: Three men stand, in three-piece suits and hats, in front of the Gotham train depot.
Description: View down Main Street. A team of horses pulling a buggy is parked at the curb near a storefront on the right. There is a shoe store and hotel on the left.
Description: View from hill of a church [?], shed, and cemetery in a valley. A dirt road is on the left.
Description: View looking down at the dam on the Kickapoo River. Houses are on the far side of the river, and chimneys are blowing heavy smoke. In the far background is...
Description: The Westport School attended by Ella Wheeler. It is now used as a tool shed.
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