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Log Cabin with N.G. Willard Family

Date: September 09 1895
Description: Log cabin of N.G. Willard on 80 acres of land. Two women, a young child, and an infant are posing outdoors in the yard. Laundry is hanging on lines on the...
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Ice Cream Stand at Civilian Defense Rally

Date: August 15 1942
Description: A scene from the Greendale Civilian Defense Rally. Mothers and children sit at a picnic table outside of the "Bendfelt House of Fine Ice Cream" stand opera...
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Street in Business District

Date: 1921
Description: View down middle of main street of the business district. Automobiles are parked along the curb and pedestrians are on the sidewalk.
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Robot and Baby

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Description: An infant being pushed in a baby flyer (baby carriage) by a robot in Leeds, England.
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Boy Pushing Baby Carriage along Street

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Description: Dirty and disheveled boy with no shoes standing in the street with a baby carriage.
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Intersection of King and East Main Streets

Date: 1860
Description: Intersection of King and East Main streets photographed by John S. Fuller from the Wisconsin State Capitol roof, about 1860-1863. In the foreground two st...
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Bradley Memorial and University Infirmary

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Description: View of Bradley Memorial and University Infirmary on the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus. The building is now the School of Social Work. On the left...
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Kruegers by the Clothesline

Date: May 23 1932
Description: Baby Shirley Krueger watching from her carriage as her mother Elna Krueger is taking laundry off the clothesline.
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Gesell Children with Christmas Tree

Date: 1893
Description: Studio portrait of Gerhard Gesell's five children (l to r: Arnold, Bertha, Robert, Gerhard, and Wilma) posed around a Christmas tree with their gifts.
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First School House in DeForest Wis.

Date: 1875
Description: The first school house in DeForest is a frame, one-story building with shutters. The group posed in front consists of the woman teacher and her students. B...
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Boy Pushing Baby Buggy

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Description: Boy pushing baby buggy down Main Street, followed by a dog. Various storefronts are on the other side of the street, including the A. Meinhold Store and th...
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Baby Clinic

Date: 1921
Description: A mother and infant in a baby carriage pose at the end of a row of wicker baby carriages in front of what is probably the Neighborhood House.
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Mrs. Anna Morehouse

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Description: Anna Ely, later Anna Ely Morehouse, wearing a military jacket and pushing a baby carriage on a wooden sidewalk.
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Marion Park Club House

Date: 1906
Description: The land and house were donated to the village. The club house is still in use (1964) as a publicaly owned building for recreation and meetings. Image show...
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Man and Woman on Sidewalk

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Description: View from sidewalk of a horse-drawn buggy parked along the side of Main Street, looking southeast at First Street. An immigrant couple, possibly Norwegian,...
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Children's Carriage Factory

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Description: Children's carriages manufacturing plant. The factory was purchased about 1875 by A.D. Crocker and his brothers and converted to furniture manufacturing.
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Two Seat Children's Carriage

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Description: Two seat children's carriage with small tasselled canopy, produced at children's carriage factory.
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Children's Carriage

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Description: Front view of children's carriage produced at children's carriage factory.
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Children's Carriage with Retracted Canopy

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Description: Children's carriage with retracted canopy, produced at children's carriage factory.
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Children's Carriage with Leather Canopy

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Description: Children's carriage with leather canopy produced at children's carriage factory.

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