• Jackson Street

    This color postcard of Jackson Street in the early twentieth century shows stately homes lining an unpaved road on which a bicyclist stands. A bower of trees shades the street and the homes.

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  • T. E. Nash's Residence

    Postcard Collection, Houses. Thomas E. Nash residence on the west side of the Wisconsin River. Formally the home of Stanton Mead and the office for Northland Cranberries. It is now the offices of the…

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  • Myers House Hotel, 1875

    1875 photo of Myers House Hotel and Todd's Brewery on Milwaukee Street. Peter Myers' home can be seen on the hill at the end of the street.

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  • Claremont S. Jackson home in Janesville

    This turn of the twentieth century house was built for Claremont S. Jackson at 69 South Atwood Avenue in Janesville.

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  • Flood Scene 1880

    Unknown

    Collection of ink blotters collected by Tom Taylor; Flood of 1880; Scene is between present Witter House and Library

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  • Archie Reid House

    Photo of the Archie Reid home at 320 St. Lawrence Avenue in Janesville. Archie Reid ran a clothing store, which included a cloak and millinery department, in Janesville in the late 19th Century.

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  • Carrie Jacob Bond's birthplace

    A color postcard of the birthplace of Janesville composer Carrie Jacobs Bond.

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  • LIttle Stone House

    Undated photo of the Little Stone House, once located at 112 St. Lawrence, which has been re-located to the lawn of the Lincoln-Tallman Museum (also known as the Talllman House) at North Jackson Stree…

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  • Cobblestone house, Janesville

    Photo of what Lowell Gruver termed the "last cobblestone house in Janesville in use" in 1981 on Highway 51 South.

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  • Rock County 4-H Fair parade, 1979

    1979 photo of a float in the Rock County 4-H parade that represented the Turtle Township 4-H group.

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  • Alternative Home for Women

    Photo of an otherwise unidentified "alternate home for women" in Janesville.

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  • Kate and Ellen Nelson on Park Avenue with an older couple

    1890-1900 photo of the "Nelson Girls" who lived at 110 Park Street. The photo includes a horse and buggy, a dog, a fence, and an older couple, in addition to the two adult sisters.

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  • Barker's Corners

    Tinted postcard of a log cabin at Barker's Corners in Janesville.

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  • Clarence Jasperson home

    Colby, J.M.

    Port Edwards Postcard Collection. Clarence Jasperson home in Port Edwards. Still standing on the corner of Market Avenue and Wisconsin River Drive. Originally built by a mill manager by the name of Ja…

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  • "Forest Home," Frances Willard's home near Janesville

    Postcards of "Forest Home," the childhood home of Frances Willard, near Janesville. Willard became the national and international head of the Women's Christian Temperance Union:

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  • Russell Oas house at 378 Glen Street

    1982 photo of the Russell Oas house at 378 Glen Street. This house was moved from one side of town to the other across the Rock River in the 1920s. Because the bridges were too narrow to accommodate t…

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  • Kate and Ellen Nelson in front of their house with dog and horse-drawn carriage

    1890-1900 photo of "Kate and Ellen Nelson" in a horse-drawn carriage with a dog in front of a house on Park Avenue.

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  • L. M. Alexander House

    Port Edwards Postcard Collection. The L.M. Alexander Home in Port Edwards on Wisconsin River Drive where the YMCA is now located. Originally built in the mid 1860's, it was the home of Alexander's fat…

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  • Houseboats in Singapore

    Forman, Harrison

    Singapore. Houseboats Color

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  • Garden Court Apartments

    Photo of the construction of Garden Court Apartments (senior citizen housing) at 208 North Main Street.

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