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Description: View across dirt road of two men standing on a tree stump halfway up the side of a rocky bluff. Trees grow along the sides and top of the bluff. In the bac...
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.
Description: Dwellings on shoreline of a pond.
Description: A view of a camp with a row of small cabins on the left. Automobiles parked between the last three. Some people standing in the driveway -- a man with a ba...
Description: View from street of the J.H. Frazier Residence, which is a two-story wood frame home with a porch and a balcony. There is a small garden in the center of t...
Description: View looking east on Main Street. The Lunch Room restaurant is located on the right side of the street.
Date: 1925 ca.
Description: View of North Sheldon Street with an automobile parked along its left side.
Description: Wendell Willkie conferring with Assembly Speaker Vernon Thomson (R-Richland Center). Thomson is a candidate for delegate-at-large on the Willkie slate.
Date: 1875 ca.
Description: Bird's-eye map of Richland Center.
Date: 1950 ca.
Description: The Stock Gro Inc. warehouse built in 1915 for A.D. German. Frank Lloyd Wright completed the working drawings in 1914.
Description: Two men and two girls stand at the sidewalk posing for the picture. A third man refuels the parked car.
Description: View from road of the exterior of the Lee and Company General Store/post office. A young man stands on the porch; two girls walk on the sidewalk, and a man...
Description: View over river with a small bridge in front of the Carnation Factory with tree-covered hills in the background. Dwellings and fields are in the far right...
Description: View across unpaved road of the Congregational Church. The wooden, one-story church has a weather vane above the belfry, which has a tall, roofed peak. The...
Description: View looking down towards a natural rock bridge with water running beneath it.
Description: A portrait of Lars Dahl, the son of Andrew Dahl.
Description: View from unpaved road of the front of the two-story general store with a group of six men standing on the stoop. One man, perhaps the proprietor, wears st...
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: An intersection with a general store on the left. Two men stand outside the store. There are three horses and wagons on the right and one on the left.
Description: A tree-lined street scene with a house with dandelions in the yard on the left. Two children are playing on the sidewalk in front. On the right is a school...
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