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Community: Mount Horeb
Historic Name: Dahle, Herman B. and Anne Marie, House
Reference Number: 03001217
Description: Texaco gasoline station with two gas pumps.
Historic Name: FRED LUDER CHEESE WAREHOUSE
Reference Number: 71269
Date: 1948 ca.
Description: Buildings at "Little Norway." From left to right: tool house, Norway house, Haugen homestead. The wagon in foreground is a kubberulle; the wheels are sec...
Historic Name: DR. NEILS C. EVANS BUILDING
Reference Number: 5639
Description: East end of the living room of the C.S. Gonstead home in Mt. Horeb.
Madison architect Herb Fritz designed the house, which was built in 1951 and severely...
Description: Buildings at "Little Norway." From left to right: main lodge (formerly Haugen barn), summer kitchen, tool house, and guest house.
Historic Name: DR. C.A. SHOLTS HOUSE
Reference Number: 121988
Reference Number: 5617
Historic Name: HENRY ALLEN HOUSE
Reference Number: 71327
Historic Name: THOSTEN THOMPSON HOUSE
Reference Number: 71317
City: Mount Horeb
Historic Name: Axel Krohne BUILDING/MT. HOREB MAIL BUILDING
Reference Number: 71283
Description: View across road of the exterior of the Mount Horeb Public School, built in 1918.
Reference Number: 71280
Historic Name: JAMES GESME FUNERAL PARLOR
Reference Number: 12686
Historic Name: P.G. KROGH HOUSE
Reference Number: 71295
Historic Name: PEOPLE'S MERCANTILE ASSOCIATION WAREHOUSE
Reference Number: 5631
Reference Number: 5683
Date: 1954 ca.
Description: The Gonstead residence, owned by a well-known chiropractor and designed by a student of Frank Lloyd Wright.
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