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The photographs of H.H. Bennett
H. H. Bennett, Photographer Extraordinaire
During a career that lasted from 1865 to 1908, H. H. Bennett photographed the rugged landscape of his beloved Wisconsin Dells, and became one of the premier photographers of the era. He captured the Wisconsin River, its rock formations, tourist visitors, lumber rafters, Ho-Chunk residents, steamboats and much more. Bennett loved the natural landscape of the river and spent his life conveying its beauty and many moods to the public. The link below takes you to more than 650 of his images, arranged in topical categories for easy viewing.
The Progressive Era|
Travel and Tourism
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