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Sauk County

Sauk County Historical Society

Photographic Collection

Alice In Dairyland, UN1100, Nancy Trewym 1958

Badger Steam & Gas Show, UN480, 1998, new office built 1997-98

Badger Steam & Gas Show, UN1075, 1996 show at Sauk Co. Fairgrounds

Bank, UN1294, Valley Bank, Sauk City

Baraboo Bluffs, UN1061, autumn leaves

Barn, UN1983, weather-warn shed

Barns, UN1967,

Bicycle, 2-2002MX, Richard Lange holding bicycle believed to be the first with inflatable tires in Sauk County. 1883. Donar of photo: F.P. Lange, son of Richard

Blackhawk Marker, 2-2004IQ, Blackhawk War Marker, 2001.

Boettcher in buggy 1907, William F. Boettcher in buggy in front of courthouse, Nov. 1907.

            Loaned by Mona Larsen.

Bridge, 16-1990A [W-41A], Johnson Rd. Bridge, aka Townhall Road Bridge, Greenfield

Bridge, Town Hall, 16-2001HG, on Johnson Rd., Greenfield Twp.

Bridges, 10-1998Q30, Butterfield Bridge, Hwy 33 east of Baraboo, covered bridge

Bridges, Ableman, UN1253, covered bridge over Baraboo River, Lower Narrows, 1927

Bridges, Ableman, 2-2002KR, West of Ableman on Hwy 154

Bridges, Ableman, 2-2002MT, North of Ableman on Hwy 136, near Van Hise Rock

Bridges, Ableman, 2-2002KQ, North of Ableman on Hwy 136, near Van Hise Rock

Bridges, Ableman, 2002KO, at Lower Narrows, West of Ableman on Hwy 154, Oct. 7, 1906.

            Dr. A.B. Stout, Miss Jacobson, Mrs. H.E. Cole.

Bridges, Ableman, 2-2002MS, West of Ableman on Hwy 154

Bridges, Ableman, 2-2002KP, North of Ableman on Hwy 136, 1906

Bridge Building, 2-2004KM, unknown location

Bridges, Butterfield, UN104, iron bridge in 1994 at Co. U & Hwy 33

Bridges, Butterfield, UN1134, c. 1924

Bridge, Butterfield, 34-2002, sketch by Max Fernekes Jr. 1932

Bridges, Butterfield, 2-2002MU, Covered bridge

Bridges, Butterfield, 2-2002KN, Covered bridge

Bridges, UN156, Co. V. bridge, LaValle, bridge replaced mid-1990's.

Bridges, UN157, Co. V. bridge, LaValle, bridge replaced mid-1990's.

Bridges, UN208, Co. V. bridge, LaValle, bridge replaced mid-1990's.

Bridges, UN209, Co. V. bridge, LaValle, creek under bridge, bridge replaced mid-1990's.

Bridges, UN655, Shaw Street Bridge, West Baraboo, Nov. 4, 1975

Butterfield Bridge, 50–1988 [B42D], covered bridge

Butterfield Bridge, 2-2004B, c. 1924, [neg]

Butterfield Bridge, 34-2002, Sketch by Max Fernekes, Jr. 1932. Donated by Mrs. W.W. Deppe

Cattle Team, 2-2002NI, c. 1914, Edd Bannen

Centennial, 2-2003BL, 1948 beauty contest. 1.?, 2. Beth Starr, 3. Pat Morton, 4. Donna Dickie,

             nee Waffenschmidt, 5. ?, 6. Jean Schultz, 7. ?, 8. Lella? Wabshegan, 9. Pat Nelson

Centennial, 2-2003BK, 1948 beauty contest. Millie Kuwitzby (black suit), Audrey Belter, ?, ?,

             Marge Campbell, Jewel Osborne, Betty Solum, ?, Joan Luce, Betty Lovell (black suit),

             Jeanie Kuwitzby

Centennial Parade, 54-1988A , 1948, 5-Betty Solum; 13-Lulla Wabshegan; 11-Millie K.;

17-Donna Waffenschmidt; 18-Pat Morton; 2-Betty Lovell

Centennial Parade, 54-1988B, 1948, Baraboo High School Band on parade

Centennial Parade, 54-1988C, 1948, Pat Nelson?

Centennial Parade, 54-1988D, 1948, beauty contest

Centennial Parade, 54-1988E, 1948, on WKOW radio

Centennial Parade, 54-1988F, 1948, on 2nd St., Baraboo, Marge Campbell, Lella Wabshegan, Betty Solum

Centennial Parade, 54-1988FA, 1948, Pat Morton

Centennial Parade, 54-1988G, 1948, Pat Morton on WKOW Radio

Centennial Parade, 54-1988H, 1948, people on platform

 

 

Centennial Parade, 54-1988I, 1948, Dayl Sorg, USC driving jeep; Sam Siebert, Bob Hess (behind Sorg)

Centennial Parade, 54-1988J, 1948, Pat Morton & Jack Epstein

Centennial Parade, 54-1988K, 1948, Pat Morton, Elwin Fils

Centennial Parade, 54-1988M, 1948, Pat Morton

Centennial Parade, 54-1988N, 1948, Pat Moran

Centennial Parade, 54-1988O, 1948,Beth Star

Centennial Parade, 54-1988P, 1948, Jewel Osborne, Elwin Fels

Coats Picture Gallery, 79-1907C, collection of photos

Courthouse 1, Interior office, March 12, 1914, (loaned to copy by Sauk Co. Courthouse)

Courthouse 2, Interior office, 19 teens, (loaned to copy by Sauk Co. Courthouse)

Courthouse 3, Exterior, 1981, (loaned to copy by Sauk Co. Courthouse)

Courthouse 4, Dedication of new courthouse in Baraboo, 1905, (loaned to copy by Sauk

            Co.Courthouse)

Courthouse, 2-2004HK, People at a gathering outside, unknown event

Courthouse, 2-2002KT, After fire in 1906

Courthouse, 2-2002ET, Postcard view

Courthouse, 7-2002EU, Postcard view

Courthouse, 11-1989 [F14-D], Construction crew, March 1906.

Courthouse, 16-2001CN, c. 1912, Trimpey photo

Courthouse, 16-2001DO, raising the bell to the roof?

Courthouse, 16-2001JC, old courthouse

Courthouse, 16-2001LO, old courthouse

Courthouse, 16-2001LP, line drawing from 1877 Sauk Co. map

Courthouse, 33-1942 [K1-1], erected 1856, burned 1904

Courthouse, construction, (Alice Seiler loaned px), “Bernhard Schultz, 1863-1943, (3rd from

             right in 2nd row), came from Prussia Germany, married Emma Wolfe in USA, worked

            for city of Baraboo and lived on West St., Baraboo. He is father to Harry Schulte Sr.,

             Harry is father to Alice Schultz Seiler.

Courthouse Fire, 16-2001GN, in 1981

Courthouse Fire, 16-2001GO, in 1981

Courthouse Fire, 16-2001GP, in 1981

Courthouse Fire, 16-2001GQ, in 1981

Courthouse Fire, 16-2001GR, in 1981

Courthouse Fire, 16-2001GS, in 1981

Courthouse Fire, 16-2001GT, in 1981

Courthouse Fire, 16-2001GU, in 1981

Courthouse Fire, 16-2001GV, in 1981

Courthouse Fire, 16-2001GW, in 1981

Courthouse Fire, 16-2001GX, in 1981

Courthouse Fire, 16-2001GY, in 1981

Courthouse Fire, 16-2001GZ, in 1981

Courthouse Fire, 16-2001HA, in 1981

Courthouse Fire, 16-2001HB, in 1981

Courthouse Fire, 16-2001HC, in 1981

Courthouse Fire, 16-2001HD, in 1981

Courthouse Fire, 16-2001HE, in 1981

Courthouse Fire, 16-2001QR,

Courthouse Fire, UN229, built in 1856, burned Dec. 27, 1904

Courthouse Square, 56-1943 [D8-4], ice storm, intersection 4th & Oak, looking NE.

Courthouse, UN1884, sketch of 1st courthouse, drawn from description by Robert Koch, Chicago

Courthouse, 2-2004EI, slide, 1990

Courthouse, UN13, Crowd on square

Courthouse, UN21, front view

Courthouse, UN22, Annex, 1966

Courthouse, UN48, 1912 Presidential campaign, with large crowd

Courthouse, UN6, construction crew, March 1906.            

Courthouse, UN672, built in 1850's, burned Dec. 27, 1904

Courthouse, 2-2002KT, 1906 after the fire

Courthouse Square, 119-1950AA [R10-23BAA], crowd on square

Covered Bridge, 2-2004A, Over Baraboo River, north of Ableman (Rock Springs), c. 1924 [neg]

Dams, UN1025, White Mound Lake dam

Delivery Team, 21-1999G, possibly a rural mail wagon

Dickie Farm, 126-2006-3. “Dickie farm near Maple Hill Rd. Rob & Ann”

Disaster Ice Storm, 10-1998Q25, country scene covered in ice, Feb. 22, 1922

Disaster Ice Storm, 10-1998Q26, country scene covered in ice, Feb. 22, 1922

Disaster Ice Storm, 10-1998Q27, country scene covered in ice, Feb. 22, 1922

Disaster Ice Storm, 10-1998Q28, country scene covered in ice, Feb. 22, 1922

Dunse Farm, 126-2006-2. “Grandma Dunse’s farm south of North Freedom.”

Durward’s Glen, UN1038, people by a stream

Durward’s Glen, UN1162, St. Mary of the Pines chapel

Durward’s Glen, UN1171

Durward’s Glen, UN1172, the monastery

Durward’s Glen, UN1173,

Durward’s Glen, UN1174, St. Mary of the Pines chapel

Durward’s Glen, UN1175,

Durward’s Glen, UN1341, fountain

Durward’s Glen, UN1362

Durward’s Glen, UN1363, St. Mary of the Pines chapel

Durward’s Glen, UN1941,

Durward’s Gorge, 16-2001DR, c. 1912

Dutch Hollow Lake, UN1999, aerial view

Excelsior Creamery, 2-2002EI, Tom Smith with team, wagon & milk cans

Excelsior Creamery, 121-2006A, c. 1900, donated by Edwin & Johann Mortimer.

Excelsior Creamery, 121-2006B, c. 1900, donated by Edwin & Johann Mortimer.

Fair Grounds, 96-1950A [R10-23BL], horse stables

Fairgrounds, 2-2004IN, 1906. From Web site of Wis. State Hist. Soc.

Fair, parade, UN1237, Parade of farm machinery in front of grandstand, c. 1920's

Fairground, 2-2002AH, Bicycle race, c. 1900

Fairgrounds, 16-2001HP, men in front of grandstand, c. turn of 20th Century

Fairgrounds, 16-2001PQ, First airplane in area, 1911

Fairgrounds, Band. c. 1912, Baraboo Marine Band at Sauk County Fair. Loaned by Mrs. Mary

             Hein, 324 Lynn Ave., Baraboo

Fairgrounds Building 5, #1, Destruction of the building Jan. 29, 2003, Ben Bromley Photo

Fairgrounds Building 5, #2, Destruction of the building Jan. 29, 2003, Ben Bromley Photo Fairgrounds Building 5, #3, Destruction of the building Jan. 29, 2003, Ben Bromley Photo Fairgrounds Building 5, #4, Destruction of the building Jan. 29, 2003, Ben Bromley Photo

Fairgrounds Building 5, #5, Summer, 2002, Herb Messer Photo

Fairgrounds Building 5, #6, Summer, 2002, Herb Messer Photo

Fairgrounds Building 5, #7, Summer, 2002, Herb Messer Photo

Fairgrounds Fire, UN1187, May 22, 1998, Round Barn fire

Fairgrounds Fire, UN1188, May 22, 1998, Round Barn fire, John Litscher on left

Fairgrounds Fire, UN1189, May 22, 1998, Round Barn fire, early in blaze, around 3 a.m.

Fairgrounds Fire, UN1190, May 22, 1998, Round Barn fire, soon after firefighters arrived

Fairgrounds Fire, UN1191, May 22, 1998, Round Barn fire, the first flames

Fairgrounds Fire, UN1192, May 22, 1998, Round Barn fire

Fairgrounds Fire, UN1193, May 22, 1998, Round Barn fire

Fairgrounds Fire, UN1194, May 22, 1998, Round Barn fire

Fairgrounds Fire, UN1195, May 22, 1998, Round Barn fire

Fairgrounds Fire, UN1196, May 22, 1998, Round Barn fire

Fairgrounds Fire, UN1197, May 22, 1998, Round Barn fire

Fairgrounds Fire, UN1198, May 22, 1998, Round Barn fire

Fairgrounds Fire, UN1199, May 22, 1998, Round Barn fire

Fairgrounds Fire, UN1200, May 22, 1998, Round Barn fire

Fairground Race, c. 1920's. Loaned by Mrs. Mary Hein, 324 Lynn Ave., Baraboo

Fairground Race 2, c. 1920's. Loaned by Mrs. Mary Hein, 324 Lynn Ave., Baraboo

Fairgrounds Race Track, 119-1950BB [R10-23BBB], 1904

Fairground, 2-2004M, horse races, 1905

Fairground, 2-2004N, horse races, Sep. 1906

Farm, 14-1995I49, Alfalfa field near Lime Ridge

Farm Buildings, 9-2005F, located in Upper Carr Valley, from James Johnson Family collection.

            NEG.

Flood, Glennville, 16-2001HG, 1993, on Hwy 113, near Hwy W & Kessler Rd,

Flood, Glennivlle,  16-2001HI, 1993, on Hwy 113, near Hwy W & Kessler Rd,

Flood, Glennville, 16-2001HJ, 1993, on Hwy 113, near Hwy W & Kessler Rd,

Flood, Glennville, 16-2001HK, 1993, on Hwy 113, near Hwy W & Kessler Rd,

Flood, Glennville, 16-2001HL, 1993, on Hwy 113, near Hwy W & Kessler Rd,

Flood, Glennville, 16-2001HM, 1993, on Hwy 113, near Hwy W & Kessler Rd,

Glacier Deposit, UN2038, Caledonia Twp. April 1922, NE 1/4, Sec. 26, T12, R8E

Gollmar Murder, 2-2004FG, Evidence & crime scene, NEG.

Gollmar Murder, 2-2004FH, Evidence & crime scene, NEG.

Gollmar Murder, 2-2004FI, Evidence & crime scene, NEG.

Gollmar Murder, 2-2004FJ, Evidence & crime scene, NEG.

Gollmar Murder, 2-2004FK, Evidence & crime scene, NEG.

Gov. Philipps, Gov. Emmanuel E., UN590, home in Sumpter Twp.

Gov. Philipps, Gov. Emmanuel E., UN591, home in Sumpter Twp.

Gov. Philipps, Gov. Emmanuel E., UN592, home in Sumpter Twp.

Greenfield, UN468, Greenfield Town Hall

Greenfield Hall, UN1039, Town Hall, on Co. Hwy. W, 1992

Greenfield, Hall, UN1040, on Co., Hwy. W, 1992

Home, Kerfoot, “Dawn” the residence of S.H. Kerfoot at Newport, Delton Twp.,  from 1893

            Sauk County map, loaned by Bud Cady to copy in 2005.

Hophouse, 2-2003KS [A-3]

Hwy 12, 16-2001GM, possibly road construction on Hwy

Hwy 12, 20-1998A, Highway construction, early 1920's

Hwy 12, 20-1998AA, Highway construction, early 1920's

Hwy 12, 20-1998B, Highway construction, early 1920's

Hwy 12, 20-1998BB, Highway construction, early 1920's

Hwy 12, 20-1998C, Highway construction, early 1920's

Hwy 12, 20-1998CC, Highway construction, early 1920's

Hwy 12, 20-1998DD, Highway construction, early 1920's

Hwy 12, 20-1998E, Highway construction, early 1920's

Hwy 12, 20-1998EE, Highway construction, early 1920's

Hwy 12, 20-1998EE, Highway construction, early 1920's

Hwy 12, 20-1998F, Highway construction, early 1920's

Hwy 12, 20-1998FF, Highway construction, early 1920's

Hwy 12, 20-1998G, Highway construction, early 1920's

Hwy 12, 20-1998H, Highway construction, early 1920's

Hwy 12, 20-1998HH, Highway construction, early 1920's

Hwy 12, 20-1998I, Highway construction, early 1920's

Hwy 12, 20-1998II, Highway construction, early 1920's

 

Hwy 12, 20-1998J, Highway construction, early 1920's

Hwy 12, 20-1998JJ, Highway construction, early 1920's

Hwy 12, 20-1998K, Highway construction, early 1920's

Hwy 12, 20-1998KK, Highway construction, early 1920's

Hwy 12, 20-1998L, Highway construction, early 1920's

Hwy 12, 20-1998LL, Highway construction, early 1920's

Hwy 12, 20-1998M, Highway construction, early 1920's

Hwy 12, 20-1998MM, Highway construction, early 1920's

Hwy 12, 20-1998N, Highway construction, early 1920's

Hwy 12, 20-1998NN, Highway construction, early 1920's

Hwy 12, 20-1998O, Highway construction, early 1920's

Hwy 12, 20-1998OO, Highway construction, early 1920's

Hwy 12, 20-1998P, Highway construction, early 1920's

Hwy 12, 20-1998PP, Highway construction, early 1920's

Hwy 12, 20-1998Q, Highway construction, early 1920's

Hwy 12, 20-1998QQ, Highway construction, early 1920's

Hwy 12, 20-1998R, Highway construction, early 1920's

Hwy 12, 20-1998RR, Highway construction, early 1920's

Hwy 12, 20-1998S, Highway construction, early 1920's

Hwy 12, 20-1998SS, Highway construction, early 1920's

Hwy 12, 20-1998T, Road construction, 1925

Hwy 12, 20-1998TT, Highway construction, early 1920's

Hwy 12, 20-1998U, Highway construction, early 1920's

Hwy 12, 20-1998UU, Highway construction, early 1920's

Hwy 12, 20-1998V, Highway construction, early 1920's

Hwy 12, 20-1998W, Highway construction, early 1920's

Hwy 12, 20-1998X, Highway construction, early 1920's

Hwy 12, 20-1998Y, Highway construction, early 1920's

Highway 12, 2-2002NB, c. 1910-1912, John Donaghey, roadmaster (facing camera)

Highway 33, UN1903, Springfield steam powered road rollers working Hwy 33, 2 mi. east of Baraboo, 1910

Homes, Willis, 2-2002MK, c. 1881, Meletiah & Sarah Willis home in Sumpter. Burned Jan. 6,

             1904. Located 1/4 mile east of the Convent.

Home, Schepp, UN638, possibly home of Schepp in Fairfield Twp.

Homes, UN650, “Williams House”

Homes, UN1242, house on Hwy 12 removed for casino, c. 1999, S3280 Hwy 12

Homes, UN1353, “Old house on Hwy C from Stone Pocket Rd. toward BOW on Hwy 12. 1994

Homes, UN1354, Kings Corner Road, May 1994

Homes, UN1365, Kings Corner Road, May 1994

Homes, UN1366, “Old house on Hwy C from Stone Pocket Rd. toward BOW on Hwy 12. 1994

Homes, UN2037, house on Hwy 12 removed for casino, c. 1999, S3280 Hwy 12

Hop House, Myers. C. 1950. Located in field near SE corner Sand Hill Rd. & Prairie View Rd.

            on Martin Thieding farm. Struck by lightning and destroyed. L-R: Carol (Thieding)

            Myers, Joan Thieding, Delores Thieding. [Loaned to copy by Carol Myers, 2006].

Hop Pickers, 2-2006FJ, people in front of barn.

Hop Yard, 2-2002CN, Laffan hop yard near Wis. Dells

I-90 Construction, 2-2003JM, photo from Betty Krueger

I-90 Construction, 2-2003JN, photo from Betty Krueger

I-90 Construction, 2-2003JO, photo from Betty Krueger

I-90 Construction, 2-2003JP, photo from Betty Krueger

I-90 Construction, 2-2003JQ, photo from Betty Krueger

Ice, UN1938, somewhere in Sauk Co.

Jail, Sauk Co., erected in 1890,  from 1893 Sauk County map, loaned by Bud Cady to copy in

 2005. 

Jail, 202993GG, Stood at the corner of 2nd Ave. & Broadway

Jantz Murder, 21-2005, Capture of suspect, L-R: Mike Spencer, Suspect, ?, ?, 1961

Laffin Hop Yard, 2-2006FI, People in a yard with hops on poles.

Leopold, Aldo, 5-1976D [R30-D], his cabin along the Wisconsin River in Fairfield Twp.

Leopold Bench, 2-2005J, picnic site on the Leopold Foundation grounds

Lk Redstone, UN1950

Lk. Wisc., 11-1950 [J5L], Shoreline view

Log Cabin, 2-2005Y, Family outside cabin.

Log Cabin, 2-2006DL, located near Leland, 2000, Bill Schuette Photo

Log House, 17-2001-1, Winfield Twp., Ole Huff Farm, c. 1950's, John Geoghagen Px

Log House, 17-2001-2, Winfield Twp., Ole Huff Farm,  c. 1950's, John Geoghagen Px

Log House, 17-2001-4, LaValle Twp., moved to downtown LaValle,  c. 1950's, John Geoghagen

 Px

Log House, 17-2001-5, LaValle Twp., moved to downtown LaValle, c. 1950's, John Geoghagen Px

Log House, 17-2001-6, Washington Twp., S. of Lime Ridge, c. 1950's, John Geoghagen Px

Log House, 17-2001-7, Washington Twp., S. of Lime Ridge, c. 1950's, John Geoghagen Px

Log House, 17-2001-15, Excelsior Twp., S. of Astle’s Corner, c. 1950's, John Geoghagen Px

Log House, 17-2001-16, Winfield Twp., Ole Huff Farm, c. 1950's, John Geoghagen Px

Log House, 17-2001-20, Freedom Twp., c. 1950's, John Geoghagen Px

Log House, 17-2001-21, Freedom Twp.,  c. 1950's, John Geoghagen Px

Log House, 17-2001-22, Freedom Twp.,  c. 1950's, John Geoghagen Px

Log House, 17-2001-27, Franklin Twp., Shanahan Valley, c. 1950's, John Geoghagen Px

Log House, 17-2001-31, Bear Creek Twp., c. 1950's, John Geoghagen Px

Log House, 17-2001-33, Franklin Twp., Co. N, c. 1950's, John Geoghagen Px

Log House, 17-2001-41, Woodland Twp., Dist. 8, School,  c. 1950's, John Geoghagen Px

Log House, 17-2001-44, E. of Loganville, c. 1950's, John Geoghagen Px

Log House, 17-2001-42, Winfield Twp., Dist. 8, School, c. 1950's, John Geoghagen Px

Log House, 17-2001-43, Freedom Twp., E. of Orchard, Greenwood property, c. 1950's, John

            Geoghagen Px

Log House, 17-2001-44, East of Loganville, c. 1950's, John Geoghagen Px

Log House, 17-2001-45, Old 33, NW of Baraboo, c. 1950's, John Geoghagen Px

Log House, 17-2001-46, Co. DL, now campground at Devil’s Lk, c. 1950's, John Geoghagen Px

Log House, 17-2001-47, Unidentified in Sauk Co., c. 1950's, John Geoghagen Px

Log House, 17-2001-48, Unidentified in Sauk Co., c. 1950's, John Geoghagen Px

Log House, 17-2001-49, Unidentified in Sauk Co., c. 1950's, John Geoghagen Px

Log House, 17-2001-50, Unidentified in Sauk Co., c. 1950's, John Geoghagen Px

Log House, 17-2001-51, Unidentified in Sauk Co., c. 1950's, John Geoghagen Px

Log House, 17-2001-52, Unidentified in Sauk Co., c. 1950's, John Geoghagen Px

Log House, 17-2001-53, Unidentified in Sauk Co., c. 1950's, John Geoghagen Px

Log House, 17-2001-54, Unidentified in Sauk Co., c. 1950's, John Geoghagen Px

Log House, 17-2001-55, Unidentified in Sauk Co., c. 1950's, John Geoghagen Px

Log House, 17-2001-56, Unidentified in Sauk Co., c. 1950's, John Geoghagen Px

Log House, 17-2001-57, Unidentified in Sauk Co., c. 1950's, John Geoghagen Px

Log House, 17-2001-58, Unidentified in Sauk Co., c. 1950's, John Geoghagen Px

Log House, 17-2001-59, Unidentified in Sauk Co., c. 1950's, John Geoghagen Px

Log House, 17-2001-60, Unidentified in Sauk Co., c. 1950's, John Geoghagen Px

Log House, 17-2001-61, Unidentified in Sauk Co., c. 1950's, John Geoghagen Px

Log House, 17-2001-62, Unidentified in Sauk Co., c. 1950's, John Geoghagen Px

Log House, 17-2001-63, Unidentified in Sauk Co., c. 1950's, John Geoghagen Px

Log Structure, UN1095

Log Structure, UN1112, on E. Sauk Rd., between Devils Lk & Sauk Prairie, June 19, 1925

Log Structures, 2-2002AE, located west of Plain

Log Structures, UN673, corn crib between Cassell Prairie & WilsonCreek, 1925

Log Structures, UN1045, on E. Sauk Rd., between Devils LK & Sauk Prairie, 1925

Log Structures, UN1046, residence on A.F. Marquardt farm, Greenfield, 1924

Log Structures, UN1047, barn with lean-too’s, between Cassell Prairie & Wilson Creek, 1925

Log Structures, UN1050, abandoned house between Cassell Prairie & Wilson Creek, 1924

Log Structures, UN1051, last log school in S.C., Lower Wilson Creek, tool shed in 1919, c. 1925

Log Structures, UN1052, corn crib on A.F. Marquardt farm, Greenfield, 1924

Log Structures, UN1086, Rau residence at LeLand, one of last to be occupied in the village

Log Structures, UN1094, log corn crib between Cassell Prairie & Wilson Creek, 1925

Log Structures, UN1124, Wilkinson barn, Man Mound Rd., 5 miles NE of Baraboo, 1923

Maple Valley, 2-2002CC, party, c. 1915

Man Mound, UN1338, people gathered around monument.

Morley Creamery, 2-2006N, on Terrytown Rd., Baraboo, April 25, 1998

Muir Fountain Lake, 2-2002CO, air view

Nature Conservancy, 1-2008A. 40th birthday, Wis. Chapter of the Nature Conservancy, 1 Oct.

 2000 at the Opera House in Baraboo. Honoring three “Heroes of the Hills”: Donald

Kindschi (seated); Harold Kruse (with cane); Kenneth I. Lange (at podium). Rear,

L-R: Forrest Hartman, Dana Zazntow, Mike Mossman, Gary Werner, Harold

Kruse, Mary Jean Huston, Jim Welsh.

Old Settlers, 16-2001CI, Old Settler’s Meeting

Old Settlers, 2-2002BZ, group gathering

Old Settlers, 2-2004AQ [L32-2003], Monroe Bentley, Mrs. Jeff Lattle, Jeff Lattle, F.H. Peck,

             Tom Premo, Wm Carey, John Vandenberg, Nelson Morley, Rev. J.H. Whitney, Charles

             Hershinger, William H. Canfield, Frank Hackett, Alberts, C.M. Blake, James Crawford,

             Dave Hanks, Valo Moore.

Ox Team, 2-2004KR, pulling a sled, man on a horse

Parfrey’s Glen, 35-1955 [M16EE],

Parfrey’s Glen, 70-1961H, people on rocks

Pewitt’s Nest, 16-2001CS, c. 1912

Pewitt’s Nest, UN658

Pewitt’s Nest, UN667, rock cliff below

Pewitt’s Nest, UN668, waterfall and creek

Pewitt’s Nest, 2-2004IP, 1966, water flowing through a cut in the rocks

Phenomenon, 46-1912 [682], Stone lodged in white oak tree trunk

Pine Grove Park. Page 956 of Cole’s 1918 History of Sauk County.

Pine Hollow, UN1090, cave in Pine Hollow, Mollie Stehr, lower left; John Rich seated on top entrance.

Pine Hollow, UN1091, spring in Pine Hollow, left, Flora Rich (Mrs. W.A. Toole); right, Mollie Stehr

Pine Hollow, UN1110, Mollie Stehr seated on rock

Power Dam, 10-1998Q13, dam at Kilbourn (Wisconsin Dells).

Power Dam, 10-1998Q29, dam & power house at Kilbourn (Wisconsin Dells).

Power Dam, UN205, Dam and power plant at Kilbourn (Wisconsin Dells).

Power Dam, UN1087, High water at dam site, Oct. 12, 1911

Power Dam, UN1217, control station

Power Dam, UN1224, at Sauk Prairie

Power Dam, UN1225, at Sauk Prairie

Power Dam, UN1231, operator, Dougherty; helper, Taylor; in control room

Power Dam, UN1238, Gate piers, Nov. 3, 1919

Power Dam, UN1239, sluice way in wheel pit, March 4, 1914

Power Dam, UN1240, Government barges passing through lock at dam, May 15, 1914

Power Dam, UN1241. Upstream side of dam, Nov. 1, 1913

Power Dam, UN1898, construction line over river, looking west, 1911

Power Dam, UN1899, Gate piers, Nov. 3, 1914

Power Dam, UN1901, Dining room at construction camp, May 28, 1914

Power Dam, UN1902, Power house under construction, July 29, 1913

Power Dam, UN1903, Foundation pile & concrete, Feb. 1, 1914

Power Dam, UN1993, Power house, Prairie du Sac dam

Power Dam, UN2079, Nov. 1914, “Fish Way”

Power Plant Crew, 16-2001BY, 1925 crew inside power plant

Power Plant, UN1900, Control station, 1914

Presidential Campaign, 2-1985 [B38B], in 1912

Quarries, UN636, location unknown

Quarrymen, 431-2004A, Quarry crew at Meyer Pit, Co. Hwy S, 4 miles East of Lime Ridge,

             1931. L-R, First row: Ernest Cady, Vernice Cady (cook), Wayne Cady (Foreman), Merle

             Cady, Jack Davie, Joe Brylla. Second row: Lewis Kater, Willis Ankenbrandt, Pat

             Fingerhut, Kenneth Cady, Arthur Leidig, Billy Rudolf. Third row: Oscar herman, Harry

             Schlukebier, Harry Wyman, Phil Rogers, Bill Mellentine, Arthur Ulrich, Elmer Ziesmer,

             Oscar Rothacker.

Quarrymen, 431-2004B, Quarry crew at Meyer Pit, Co. Hwy S, 4 miles East of Lime Ridge,

             1931. 1. Oscar Herman, 2. Harry Schlukenbier, 3. Harry Wyman, 4. Phil Rogers, 5. Bill

             Mellentine, 6. Arthur Ulrich, 7. Elmer Ziesmer, 8. Oscar Roadacker, 9. Lewis Kater,

            10. Willis Ankenbrant, 11. Pat Fingerhut, 12. Kenneth Cady, 13. Arthur Leidig, 14. Billy

             Rudolf, 15. Ernest Cady, 16. Vernice Cady (cook), 17. Wayne Cady (Forman), 18. Merle

             Cady, 19. Jack Davie, 20. Joe Brylla. Pay: 35¢/hr., Meals: 24¢ each.

Rationing 1945, 135-2006-2. April 28, 1945, Gas & tire rationing employees. Location

            unknown.

Rattlesnake, UN528, caught by Elmer Keitel of Merrimac in 1922

Rattlesnake, UN529, caught by Elmer Keitel of Merrimac in 1922

Rattlesnake, UN530, caught by Elmer Keitel of Merrimac in 1922

Rattlesnake, UN1056, catching rattlesnakes in Baxter’s Hollow, 1925

Rattlesnake, UN1057, catching rattlesnakes in Baxter’s Hollow, 1925

Registers’ of Probate, 16-2001LR, State Convention, c. 1970

Residents, 16-2001CH, group of men, c. 1900, Sauk Co. residents

River Boat, UN1905, Dell Queen

River, 16-2001DU, unknown river, c. 1912

Road Construction, UN1909, Horses & grader, town road in Maple Hill

Rock Crusher, 2-2005AR

Rock Mover, (poss. Hwy 12 construction?) donated photo to copy

Sandwich House, 2-2004IE, in Fairfield Twp., 1924. From “Stagecoach & Tavern Days”

Sawing Logs, 9-2005DA, Wm “Bill” or “Will” Johnson Saw Rig, Bill is first on left. Possibly

 located somewhere near Lime Ridge. [NEG]

Sawing Logs, 9-2005D, Wm “Bill” or “Will” Johnson Saw Rig, Bill is first on left. Possibly

            located somewhere near Lime Ridge.

Sawing Lumber, 2-2002MI, Bill Rich, c. 1900

Sheriff, UN724, Unidentified Sauk Co. Sheriff

Skillet Creek, 2-2002CD, Farmer’s Club

Skillet Creek Dam, donated photo to copy

Skillet Creek Falls, 2-2002DV

Skillet Creek, UN235, water falls

Skillet Creek Falls, UN659

Skillet Creek Falls, UN1041, four ladies standing in the falls

Skillet Creek Falls, UN1042

Skillet Creek Falls, UN1059

Skillet Creek Falls, UN1062

Skillet Creek Falls, UN1118

Skillet Cree Skillet Creek Falls, UN1370

Skillet Creek Falls, UN1907

Skillet Creek, UN1908, falls with woman standing nearby

Skillet Creek Falls, UN1926

Snow Plow, 14-1995I16

Snowstorm, 21-1999F1, c. 1968-1969

Steam Boat, UN1007, Ellen Hardy, 1876

Steam & Gas, 2-2004IS, Christmas card, 1996

Steamships, UN654, “Winnebago” paddle-wheeler, probably on Wis. River

Still Display, 2-2004HW, liquor still, probably in the Sauk County Courthouse

Still, Alcohol, 2-2006FL, on display at courthouse.

Street Construction, 2-2003KC, Unidentified village. Men paving a street

Sugar Camp, 2-2006P, Baxter Hollow, 1926

Sugar Camp, 2-2006Q, Baxter Hollow, 1926, “Boiling maple syrup at Klondike or Sugar Bush.

            Mrs. Kindschi took charge of boiling of the sap.”

Sugar Camp, 2-2006R, 1926. “Uncle John Meisser, Mrs. J.P. Kindschi & horse Fanny at

            Klondike, April, 1926. Every spring during their retirement years.”

Sugar Camp, 2-2006S, 1927, Hazeltine Camp

Sugar Camp, 2-2006T, 1926, Hazeltine Camp

Sugar Camp, 2-2006U, Same as 2-2006T

Sumpter, 24-1993B, fields in Sumpter Twp., 1943-1945

Sumpter Creamery, 14-2005HX, [from Sumpter Book Collection photos]

Tavern, Ruggles, UN1157

Tavern, Steele, UN749, Steele’s Tavern, Newport, on Wis. River, erected 1849, razed c. 1909

Threshing, 9-2005BA, Threshing crew with rig. Bill Johnson possibly on grain wagon, far right.

             Possibly near Lime Ridge. [NEG]

Threshing, 9-2005CA, Bill Johnson is 2nd from left. Possibly near Lime Ridge. Photo by Jas. N.

            Leach, Traveling Photographer. [NEG]

Threshing, 9-2005B, Threshing crew with rig. Bill Johnson possibly on grain wagon, far right.

             Possibly near Lime Ridge.

Threshing, 9-2005C, Bill Johnson is 2nd from left. Possibly near Lime Ridge. Photo by Jas. N.

            Leach, Traveling Photographer.

Threshing Grain, 2-2006W, with horses

Tobacco Tent, 2-2006V, “Under the tobacco tent, at Prairie du Sac, about 1900".

Tornado, 16-1907 [321], Carl Stricker’s house after July 3, 1907 cyclone, LaValle

Tower Rock, 10-1998Q11, dirt road

Tower Rock, 10-1998Q18, dirt road

Tractor Maint. Group, 2-2004HS, c. 1950. Sauk Co. 4-H tractor Maintenance Group which

             attended 10 meetings at various implement dealerships in the county. At end of course,

             Sauk Co. Farmers Co-op sent all on a 2-day trip to U.S. Rubber Co. At Eau Claire & to

             Farmer’s Union Headquarters & Oil plant at St. Paul (where this photo was taken).

             Standing, L-R: Arvin Steckelberg, ?, ?, ?, Arlan Dunse, Verne Kindschi, Ralph

             Ringelstetter. 6th  from right, standing is Herb Klein, Project leader. Kneeling, left: Fred

             Richolson. Others are unknown.

Treasurers, UN1137, Successive Sauk Co. Trs., Col. Slye, Col. Strong, Mr. Lange?

Twin Pine Lodge, 14-2005GW, at Ski Hi Farm Resort, 1925, [from Sumpter Book Collection

 photos]

W. Square Courthouse, 2-2003DN, artist’s rendering, 1994

W. Square Courthouse, 2-2003DM, artist’s rendering, 1994

W. Square Courthouse, 2-2003DL, artist’s rendering, 1994

Wallersheim Winery, UN797, Block & stack style building

Wallersheim Winery, UN798, back of winery, old wine cellar, once a home in mid-1800's.

Yellow Thunder, 2-2006J, marker, April 1998

Yellow Thunder, 2-2006K, marker, April 1998

Yellow Thunder, 2-2006JL marker, April 1998

Yellow Thunder, 2-2006M, marker, April 1998

Water Tower, 2-2006DN, located S6761 Sunrise Rd., Reedsburg, Oct. 4, 2000 Bill Schuette

            Photo

West Square, UN1201, once Cashman Chev., Berkley, Chev., torn down 1994

West Square, UN1228, home on 3rd Ave. being torn down, 1994

West Square, UN1229, rear of homes on 4th Ave. torn down, 1994

West Square, UN1230, homeson 3rd Ave. being torn down in 1994

West Square, UN1986, once Cashman Chev., Berkley, Chev., torn down 1994

West Square, UN1987, home on 3rd Ave. being torn down in 1994

West Square, UN2046, architect’s drawing of W. Square building, 1994

West Square, UN2048, architect’s drawing of W. Square building, 1994

Winery, UN797

Winery, UN798

Wis. River, 10-1998Q10, four scenes of the river

Wis. River, 16-2001HS

Wis. River, UN2050, at Dekorah, 1924

Wis. River, UN2051, at Dekorah, 1924

Wright, F.L., 20-1998WW, Hillside at Talieson, Frank Lloyd Wright, early 1920's