• Residence - Unidentified

    The photograph collection of the Mineral Point Historical Society contains many images of homes whose location is not known. The MPHS is working to identify the location of as many of these buildings…

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  • Residence - Unidentified

    The photograph collection of the Mineral Point Historical Society contains many images of homes whose location is not known, including this one story, side gabled house with board sidewalk. The MPHS i…

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  • Sportsmen with Dog

    Two men with fishing poles and a dog at a stream. A third man with a shotgun observes the day's catch.

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  • Fishing

    A man fishes along a stream, a wooden wagon stands in the middle background.

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  • Residence - Unidentified

    The photograph collection of the Mineral Point Historical Society contains many images of homes whose location is not known. The MPHS is working to identify the location of as many of these buildings…

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  • High Street - 204 and 206 - Samuel Coad Block

    The stone Samuel Coad block was constructed in 1864. This image was taken after 1898 and before 1906; Dr. Hubenthal had his dental office in the upper rooms and Hanscom's book store occupied Number 20…

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  • Dodge Street - 107

    107 Dodge Street; Henry Curry/ Amasa Cobb house, built about 1845

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  • Young people playing croquet

    Seven young women and two young men with croquet mallets. A galvanized container is visible in the background, next to a gate. The same group is shown in another image in this collection, GPNC.01.227…

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  • Rock Overhang

    A shallow cave or rock overhang, presumably in the Mineral Point area.

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  • High Street - 245 - Herman Frick building

    This building is related to the one adjacent, at 243 High Street. The structure replaced buildings that were demolished by a fire in 1860. 245 and 243 High Street housed the Kinne and Spratler Grocery…

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  • High Street - 234 - Mauger Jewelry Store

    The William J. Mauger jewelry store on High Street, with the Misses Dunn dressmaking establishment on the second floor.

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  • High Street - 229 - Otis/ Hendra Building

    The tin front with starburst design was added to this building in 1892, by Charles Hendra. The underlying building has been on the site since 1868. Mineral Point Weekly Tribune, Oct. 19, 1860: "New Bo…

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  • High Street - 31 - M.E. Ryan Restaurant in the Feder Building

    The M.E. Ryan "resturant" and grocery was at 31 High Street in 1893. In the window behind the young man wearing the wide brimmed hat is a placard advertising the Mineral Point Band Picnic on Tuesday,…

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  • Iowa Street North - 108

    108 North Iowa Street

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  • Ridge Street -308

    Listed in the "Historic Mineral Point Architectural Walking Tours" booklet as the Willard Eastman house, built in 1898 by Eastman who owned a lumber yard on Commerce street. Louis Graber bought the ho…

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  • High Street - 204 - Coad's Block

    Mineral Point Tribune, Nov. 9,1864: Nearly Finished. Coad's new rock building on the corner of High and Chestnut streets is getting along towards completion very fast, and will soon be ready for occup…

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  • Farm Scene

    Farm buildings and a windmill are visible in the photograph.

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  • Farmstead with windmill and water tank

    Windmills were an essential part of farmsteads before electrical lines were extended to rural areas. Windmils pumped water for the farm family's needs as well as for the animals. Water was stored in l…

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  • People in farm cart

    Three young women and a boy are seated in a farm cart, an older woman stands next to the cart. A large rake is visible in the foreground. This photograph was taken at the Spensley farm, west of Minera…

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  • High Street - 213 - Grange & Paynter Hardware

    This stone building on High Street was built in 1859 by Samuel White. At the time of this photograph, it housed the Grange and Paynter hardware store.This building is included in the Wisconsin Archite…

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