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People in front of Farm

People in front of Farm
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Title: People in front of Farm
Description: View across road towards a group posed in front of a farm. On the left a man and woman are each sitting on separate horses, and in the center another man is sitting in a buggy pulled by a single horse wearing a blanket. Two more men, three women, and three boys stand near the horses. The group poses in the driveway, and behind them is a yard enclosed by a wire fence in front of a frame house and farm buildings partially obscured by trees.

Image ID: 94751
Van Schaick, Charles
City, State: Black River Falls, Wisconsin
Van Schaick, Charles : Photographs And Negatives, ca. 1880-ca. 1940*
Genre: Photograph
This image is part of a larger collection of over 6,000 negatives created by Charles J. Van Schaick. Van Schaick learned the art of photography after moving to Jackson County, Wisconsin. In 1885, he opened a studio in Black River Falls, Wisconsin. He was the town photographer for over 50 years. His work includes both studio portraits and richly varied and intimate snapshots of small-town, Wisconsin life.
Subjects: Trees
Farm buildings
Horse-drawn vehicles
Children and adults
Outdoor photography
Portraits, Group
Clothing and dress
Suits (Clothing)

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