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Description: Unidentified man outside of Otto's Tavern.
Description: View down dirt street. Two women and three children pose at the intersection. Farther down the street is a post office. There is a bridge at the end of the...
Description: A street scene at the post office. The post office houses J.E. James Childs Cabinets. One man stands at the doorpost and three men sit on makeshift seats o...
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".
Description: Students in winter attire pose on the snowy lawn of the school. A few of the children have sleds. A woman stands near the arched entrance of the school bui...
Date: 1910 ca.
Description: Ruins of the old high school building in Richland Center.
Description: View down a business-lined street featuring a barber shop in the left foreground.
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: Joe Yansky (Bohemian), a one-man band with an accordion and drums.
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: Portrait of four men, suspected Lone Rock bank robbers.
Description: The first locomotive for the Pine River & Stevens Point ralroad, which was purchased in 1875, being hauled overland from Lone Rock to Richland Center while...
Date: date unknown
Description: View down street with commercial buildings and horse-drawn carriages. A group of people stand on the sidewalk on the right.
Description: Children on a decorated wagon during a Sunday school picnic of Caersalem Welsh Church.
Description: View down center of railroad bridge over the Wisconsin River near Lone Rock.
Description: A street scene with a group of people in front of the corner store. A flag in the window. A row of houses with balconies behind that. A large stack of wood...
Description: Antique dealer Helen Greenheck, Highway 130, stands in front of a collection of glassware.
Description: An isolated shack that was formerly an antique dealer's store.
Description: Exterior of a two-story cheese factory. The building features a set of stairs leading to the second-floor entrance and three chimneys. There is a large pil...
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.
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