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Lyman Copeland Draper

Date: 1858
Description: Sixth plate ferrotype/tintype portrait of Lyman Draper (1815-1891), an American historical collector and librarian.
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Sophronia Newcomb Larkin

Date: 1845
Description: A sixth-plate daguerreotype of Sophronia Newcomb Larkin, who married Benjamin Franklin Larkin. She is seated, and is wearing a dress with a white collar. H...
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Ella or Irene Larkin

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Description: Sixth-plate daguerreotype of Ella or Irene Larkin as a child. Seated figure facing front with crossed ankles, wearing striped top and checked skirt. Hand-c...
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Augustin Grignon

Date: 1850
Description: Sixth plate daguerreotype studio portrait of Augustin Grignon. He is seated, holding a tomahawk. The tomahawk, which could also be used as a pipe, was made...
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Aquanama and Paul Ackenebowa

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Description: Sixth plate ferrotype/tintype of Menominee Indian chief Aquanama and Menominee Indian Paul Ackenebowa, seated, facing front, both wearing hats, coats and n...
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Doctor James T. Reeve

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Description: Sixth plate ferrotype/tintype oval-framed portrait of Doctor James T. Reeve, assistant surgeon, 10th Wisconsin, Surgeon of the 21st Wisconsin. Quarter-leng...
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Anna Gourley

Date: January 25 1864
Description: Sixth plate ferrotype/tintype portrait of Anna Gourley, born April 7, 1858, died November 24, 1864. She is seated, facing forward, wearing a short-sleeved...
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South Main Street

Date: 1895
Description: View of businesses located on the south end of Main Street including The Hotel Erving, a shoe store, Utter Drug Company, a dentist, Graham Awning Co., and...
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Pioneer Drug Store

Date: 1905
Description: People stand outside the entrance to the Pioneer Drug and Economy Store.
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Elk Mound Street Scene

Date: 1907
Description: Part of Elk Mound's business district, including a bank and a drug & stationery store.
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Downtown Businesses on Main Street

Date: 1915
Description: View of several downtown businesses, including a drugstore advertising "Patent Medicines and Cigars".
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Businesses on North Main Street

Date: 1950
Description: View of some of the businesses on North Main Street, including the Strand Theater and Olk Drugs.
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Business District on Main Street

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Description: View of the downtown business district. Livesey Drugs is on the left side of the street.
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George Henry Williams

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Description: Sixth plate daguerreotype of a portrait of George Henry Williams (deceased child at 18 months), son of Henry C. and Diana T. Williams, and may be the cousi...
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Leonard J. Farwell

Date: 1853
Description: Sixth plate daguerreotype of Leonard J. Farwell, Governor of Wisconsin 1852-54. Quarter length facing left, wearing full beard, coat, vest, tie, and white...
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General Daniel Brodhead

Date: 1850
Description: Sixth plate daguerreotype of an oval-shaped pendant with a portrait of General Daniel Brodhead (October 1736-November 1809) of Pennsylvania. General Brodhe...
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Woman and Child

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Description: Sixth plate ambrotype portrait of unidentified woman seated on a cane-back chair, holding a child on her lap. The woman has a plaid shawl wrapped around he...
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Robert M. La Follette, Sr., at Age 9

Date: 1864
Description: Quarter plate ferrotype/tintype portrait of Robert M. La Follette, Sr., at age 9 when he was attending the district school at Argyle, Wisconsin. Standing f...
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Unidentified Woman with Infant

Date: 1848
Description: Sixth plate daguerreotype of a seated woman in a long-sleeve printed dress and shoulder-length side curls, holding a sleeping baby on her lap with her righ...
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John S. Bordner

Date: 1906
Description: John Bordner seated in a rowboat and wearing a bow tie.

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