• Platteville 1900

    Sanborn-Perris Map Co

    Sanborn Fire Insurance maps are meticulously detailed, large-scale lithographed, color-keyed street maps. Sanborn Maps helped insurance agents in the late 19th and early 20th centuries determine the d…

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  • Platteville 1892

    Sanborn-Perris Map Co

    Sanborn Fire Insurance maps are meticulously detailed, large-scale lithographed, color-keyed street maps. Sanborn Maps helped insurance agents in the late 19th and early 20th centuries determine the d…

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  • Country scene in near-north Platteville, 1905-1920

    Loemker, Reverend Herman J

    View of a bridge and dirt road in the country side. A cart drawn by two horses crosses the bridge. This is a lantern slide from the collection of Reverend Herman J. Loemker, pastor for the German Meth…

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  • Platteville policemen and dog, 1890-1899

    Photo of members of the Platteville, Wisconsin police department. Ed Long is pictured center.

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  • Lillie Grindell and Louise Kittler, Platteville, 1880-1889

    Studio portrait of Lillie Grindell and Louise Kittler. Transcription from reverse reads: "Miss Lillie Grindell and Miss Louise Kittler, teachers at the old High School (Rock School) on Main Street. Pr…

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  • High school football team, Platteville, 1915

    Group portrait of the Platteville high school football team in uniform. Player in center holds ball labeled "1915". Written at top of photo: "Loyd Trenary". Loyd Trenary is third from the right in the…

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  • Platteville 1915

    Sanborn Map Company

    Sanborn Fire Insurance maps are meticulously detailed, large-scale lithographed, color-keyed street maps. Sanborn Maps helped insurance agents in the late 19th and early 20th centuries determine the d…

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  • Portrait of man, Nye Studio, Platteville

    Nye Studio

    Full portrait of a strangely dressed man posing in what appears to be a costume, standing in front of a painted backdrop.

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  • Miners at Enterprise Mine, Platteville

    A group of miners in work clothes pose with tools in front of rock pile. Photo was donated by Mrs. Robert Edge of Platteville, Wisconsin in June 1974. The back of the photo reads: "From Al Cardy's you…

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  • Platteville 1884

    Sanborn Map & Publishing Co

    Sanborn Fire Insurance maps are meticulously detailed, large-scale lithographed, color-keyed street maps. Sanborn Maps helped insurance agents in the late 19th and early 20th centuries determine the d…

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  • Platteville, Wisconsin

    Coggeshall Enterprises

    This street map was likely given out by Mound City Bank and features a legend of points of interest and a street index. Streets are labeled as is the Roundtree Branch of the Little Platte River. The m…

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  • Sixth grade basketball team, Platteville, 1924

    Group portrait of grade school basketball team posing at what appears to be an outdoor court. Five boys are wearing shorts and tank tops, while two wear school clothes. Team member in center holds a b…

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  • Platteville 1908

    Sanborn Map Company

    Sanborn Fire Insurance maps are meticulously detailed, large-scale lithographed, color-keyed street maps. Sanborn Maps helped insurance agents in the late 19th and early 20th centuries determine the d…

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  • Mining plant, Platteville, 1905-1920

    Loemker, Reverend Herman J

    View of structures and equipment at a mining plant. Image is hand-tinted. This is a lantern slide from the collection of Reverend Herman J. Loemker, pastor for the German Methodist Episcopal Church. R…

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  • Platteville : on N.W. 1/4 Sec. 15 T3R1

    Rountree, John H

    This photocopy of a hand-drawn map shows streets, a public square, lots, and extensive registrations and certifications. The original map appeared in Grant County Register of Deeds book D, certified o…

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  • Platteville Sheet of the Lead and Zinc District

    Griffin, W. H

    This topographical map shows the Little Platte River, shafts, test-pits, old workings, contour lines of Galena limestone elevation, railroads, and buildings. Relief is shown by contours and spot heigh…

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  • Captain W. Homer Beebe

    Portrait of Captain W. Homer Beebe. Early worker on the telephone. Had 16 mile long distance line run between Lancaster and Platteville before A.G. Bell. President U.S. Grant made his first telephone…

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  • Plat of the Town of Plattville [i.e. Platteville]

    Hugill, Thomas

    This photocopy map show labeled streets and plats. The map was copied from Iowa Co. Reg. of Deeds, book "A", 1836.

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  • Martin P. Rindlaub, Platteville, 1931

    Martin P. Rindlaub, retired Platteville newspaper editor, takes his first flight in an airplane in 1931. Hand-written note beneath image reads "1st air ride 1931 at age 93. M. P. Rindlaub". Logo on pl…

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  • Stone Crusher, Platteville, 1905-1920

    Loemker, Reverend Herman J

    Men working with stone crusher. A man in a suit holding hands with a small child is visible to the far right. The stone crusher was probably part of the Enterprise Mine complex at Platteville, Wiscons…

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