• South Main Street (Pardeeville, Wis)

    Sometime after 1909: Looking south on North Main Street with the J. S. and Lottie Falconer home at 106 North Main in the foreground on the left and the Presbyterian Church on the southwest corner of M…

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  • Mansion on Main Street (Pardeeville, Wis)

    Looking southeast toward the Falconer House at 106 North Main Street in winter. The house was built for John S. and Lottie Towner Falconer in 1897 by the Williams and Grover construction company. Char…

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  • Cuba, view of main street in Quiebra Hacha

    Platt, Robert S. (Robert Swanton), 1891-1964

    Due to a malfunction inside Platt's camera, the majority of his first 8,000 images, dating from 1919 to 1933, have blurred areas where the unexposed film was not laying flat inside the camera. His 35m…

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  • 149 West Main St, Reedsburg, Sauk County, Wisconsin

    Stager, Claudette

    This gabled ell structure was built ca. 1882. It was built by Henry Hahn or possibly his brother William. The Emil Hahn block on Main Street was built by Henry's son, Emil. At the time of the survey,…

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  • 300 Laurel St, Reedsburg, Sauk County, Wisconsin

    Stager, Claudette

    This Queen Anne structure is featured in the publication Souvenir of Reedsburg's Beautiful Residences from 1912. Henry Vorlop lived here at that time. A Huntley who was supposed to have lived here at…

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  • 125 South Locust St, Reedsburg, Sauk County, Wisconsin

    Stager, Claudette

    Safford Mackey originally had a house that was built on this land in the 1860's. Later, Harry Sorge purchased the property and moved part of the original home to 524 Second Street and demolished the r…

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  • Residence (Residential) Street (Pardeeville, Wis)

    Late 1910s or early 1920s, postmarked 192?: Looking northwest along the north side of West South Street (Chestnut) from the intersection with Main Street, north of the Presbyterian Church. In the 1930…

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  • 501 North Park St, Reedsburg, Sauk County, Wisconsin

    Stager, Claudette

    This late Queen Anne structure was built ca. 1904-1912, possibly in 1908. The house is the twin of the home at 201 West Main Street built by William Hahn. This house may also have been built by Hahn.…

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