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Description: Railroad crossing, also showing the main street and the train depot.
Date: 1920 ca.
Description: A pedestrian path along the Wisconsin River. An advertisement for J.M. Brophy general store is painted on the rock formations along the path.
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: 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: 1910 ca.
Description: A panoramic view of the Richland Center business district.
Date: date unknown
Description: Family posing outside the Boaz Hotel by A.H. Berry. The two-story hotel features a balcony, porch, and a wooden walkway.
Date: 1933 ca.
Description: Lavaughn Cooper, in bib overalls and plaid jacket, and Bud Briggs, wearing knickers and a sweater, school board members of the Eagle Corners School, Distri...
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...
Description: View looking uphill toward a new housing development. The street in the foreground is still under construction.
Date: 1903 ca.
Description: This topographical map from the U.S. Geological Survey shows parts of Richland, Sauk, Grant, and Iowa counties, Wisconsin, as of 1903.
Description: Exterior view of the "Viola Court House" — a small wooden building where one can find the Justice of the Peace. Posters on the exterior walls promote an up...
Description: View of the furniture in the dining room of the home of Mr. and Mrs. H.D. Brainard. The home was formerly the 1878 "old Don Johnson farm" in Bear Valley w...
Description: Mrs. A.V. Miller and James R. Sullivan unveiling the Rural Electrification historical marker together at the dedication ceremony outside of Richland Center...
Description: View from street of Mathew's Drug Store, which is a two-story brick building with large display windows on the first floor. A number of people are on sidew...
Description: Wendell Willkie giving a campaign speech in 1944 in the Richland Center High School gymnasium. There is a WIBU microphone with a sign for Wisconsin Network...
Description: Ruins of the old high school building in Richland Center.
Description: Exterior of Lutheran church. The building features a steeple with a cross and arched windows.
Description: The Coumbe homestead, home of John Coumbe, the first white settler in Richland County, who came to the site in 1838. The original buildings were log struct...
Description: Exterior view of the public school from unpaved road. The building is a two-story wood frame building with a flat roof and bell tower with a flag pole on t...
Description: Robert Novy's Opera House and Dance Hall, site of a recording session by Helene Stratman-Thomas.
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