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Hill Farms State Office Building During Construction

Date: 1962
Description: Aerial view of the Hill Farms State Office Building, 4802 Sheboygan Avenue, during construction.
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Woodchuck Problem

Date: 1915
Description: At Cornfalfa Farms two men try automobile exhaust to deal with their woodchuck problem.
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La Crosse Landscape

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Description: View across dirt road of farms and farm buildings in a valley.
Map or Atlas

Map of Clark and Wood Counties with a portion of Marathon County, Wisconsin

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Description: Map shows roads,railroads, rivers, and improved farms. Includes text on lands for sale and exchange by B.W. Pulling, successor to Marshfield Land Company....
Map or Atlas

Map of Kewaunee County Wisconsin 1876

Date: 1876
Description: Map shows townships and sections, landownership and acreages, roads, railroads, post offices, and farms. Sections appear in pink, yellow, and blue. On the...
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Map of La Fayette County, Wisconsin Compiled From Personal Examination of the Public Records

Date: 1904
Description: Map shows townships and sections, landownership and acreages, roads, railroads, post offices, and farms. On the top, bottom, and sides of map are advertise...
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Scout used by James P. Hill Farms

Date: 1964
Description: An International Harvester Scout used by James P. Hill Farms is driven down a dirt road.
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Bird's-Eye View

Date: 1929
Description: Elevated view of Viola and neighboring farms in a valley surrounded by rolling hills.
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Road near University Farms

Date: 1922
Description: University of Wisconsin-Madison road near University Farms. There are cows in a field on the right.
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Farms of Burton, Fitlen, and Rustebakke

Date: 1873
Description: View of several farms, including Burton's, Fitlen's and Rustebakke's. Field arrangements and fencing patterns are evident.
Postcard

Wern Farms

Date: 1931
Description: Aerial view of a farm complex, including a farmhouse and several large buildings. The postcard is titled: "Wern Farms, Waukesha, Wis."
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View of Several Farms

Date: 1955
Description: Elevated view from a hill towards a valley with several farms and fields. A forested hill is in the far background.
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Farms Along U.S. 16

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Description: Aerial view of a road, with several farms, fields and hills along it. Caption reads: "U.S. 16 near La Crosse, Wis."
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Wild Creek Crossing

Date: March 03 1988
Description: View from bridge over Wild Creek on Marathon County Highway M. The creek appears frozen, although in flood. Several farms can be seen in the distance.
Map or Atlas

Plat Map of Sun Prairie

Date: 1890
Description: Color plat map of Sun Prairie.
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Sterling Amherst Farms Dairy Truck

Date: March 08 1937
Description: A man driving an International truck down a road in front of the Sterling Amherst Farms Dairy building.
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International F-31 Trucks for Geo. E. Morse Farms

Date: 1919
Description: Two International model "F" or "31" trucks operated for Geo. E. Morse Farms of Ladora. Both trucks are driven by male drivers on a dirt road leading from...
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Train Carrying McCormick-Deering Combines

Date: 1930
Description: A train carries McCormick-Deering harvester-threshers (combines) bouind for North Dakota farms. A sign on the train reads: "McCormick-Deering Harvester-Thr...
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University Hill Farms Development

Date: January 31 1964
Description: Aerial view of University Hill Farms area which has grown from a cow pasture to a square-mile housing and business area. 4,000 people live in 750 single-fa...
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Farmall Tractor at Maple Crest Farms

Date: 1930
Description: Farmall tractor parked on the farm of C.E. Hussey & Sons. A truck parked on the left has a sign painted on the driver's side door that reads: "Maple Crest...

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