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Barn painted by Susan Brandenburg (McGinty) in the summer of 1965.

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The new Brodhead water tower under construction at Brodhead, Wisconsin. Aaron Schwartz is in the foreground.

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Unknown man and two women on a farm.

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Two unknown women with a pair of horses.

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Three unknown people in a wagon with a team of horses.

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Two unknown women on horseback.

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Unknown woman shooting a rifle, circa 1920's.

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Two unknown young adults on horseback.

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A woman with her sheep.

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The C.S. Pierce farm on the northwest edge of Brodhead, Wisconsin. The barn, house, and many out buildings were burned or torn down in 2017. That area of the farm is now the home of Madrell Excavating Co. The vehicles in the photo are from the late…

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The barn on the C.S. Pierce farm on the northwest edge of Brodhead, Wisconsin. The barn was destroyed in a controlled burn in 2017. The car in the photo is from the 1930's.

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Brodhead United Methodist Church young adult fellowship on a walk along the Race to the Decatur dam. Front row from left: Bob Woelky, Joyce Woelky (Steiner), Zane Dennick-Ream. Back row from left: Ken Petersen, Marcia Petersen, Gene Prudhon, Carol…

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Edward H. Brodhead, chief engineer for the Milwaukee and Mississippi Railroad, promised to donate a bell to the first church built in the new town if the town were named after him. The Methodist Episcopal Church was the first to complete a church…

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Unknown barn and farm.

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This barn raising was a horse barn at the corner of Hoosier Road and Mt. Hope Road in the Town of Spring Grove. This is 8 miles south of Brodhead, Wisconsin. It is thought to have been build when the farm was owned by Lincoln Allen; a 1891 plat book…

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The Aldo Hintz farm in the Town of Sylvester, County Road FF, west of Brodhead, Wisconsin. The buildings no longer exist.

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Cement block barn being built. This farm was owned by Leon Baumgartner, but the barn was built before his ownership. The barn is located at W695 County Road F. Brodhead, Wisconsin. It was built in 1920. The man in the doorway is William Hintz.

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Cement block barn being built. This farm was owned by Leon Baumgartner, but the barn was built before his ownership. It is located at W695 County Road F, Brodhead, Wisconsin. Man on the ground is William Hintz. Man on top left is Richard Green and at…

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The round barn at TenEyck Orchard. The orchard is located on State Hwy. 11 south of Brodhead, Wisconsin.

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Merv Risum inside his round barn in the Town of Spring Valley, Brodhead, Wisconsin.

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Round barn on the H. C. Risum farm in the Town of Spring Valley at 5726 South Risum Road, Brodhead, Wisconsin.

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Ray Pinnow with one of his horses and its colt on his farm at Brodhead, Wisconsin.

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Ray Pinnow with three of his horses at his farm at Brodhead, Wisconsin.

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Ray Pinnow with two of his horses on his farm at Brodhead, Wisconsin.

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Ray Pinnow with one of his cows on his farm at Brodhead, Wisconsin.

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Children on horseback with adults on the Ray Pinnow farm in the Town of Decatur, Brodhead, Wisconsin. The man third from left is Ray Pinnow.

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Unknown woman on horse on the Ray and Bessie Pinnow farm in the Town of Decatur, Brodhead, Wisconsin.

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Bessie Pinnow on her farm with a horse and dog. The farm is in the Town of Decatur, Brodhead, Wisconsin.

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Bessie and Ray Pinnow (at left) with unknown man (at right) on their farm in the Town of Decatur at Brodhead, Wisconsin.

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New barn being built on the Ray Pinnow farm in the Town of Decatur at W1180 Decatur Road, Brodhead, Wisconsin.

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New barn being built on the Ray Pinnow farm in the Town of Decatur at W1180 Decatur Road, Brodhead, Wisconsin.

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The Nautilus was a naptha-powered motor launch that carried paying passengers up and down the Mill Race from Putnam Park in Brodhead, Wisconsin. It would travel the full Mill Race, through the headgates to the "Parks" area on the south shore of…

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Brodhead Wisconsin train depot circa 1910.

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Newly constructed farm machinery outside Knight Manufacturing at Brodhead, Wisconsin.

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Truck loaded with new farm equipment made at Knight Manufacturing at Brodhead, Wisconsin. The man in the photo is Don Gibson.

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Newly constructed farm machinery outside Knight Manufacturing at Brodhead, Wisconsin.

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The original club house at Decatur Lake Country Club. The golf course was started in 1926 and opened on June 15, 1927 with just six holes. This building was destroyed on June 20, 1934 by a tornado.The present club house was built later that summer.…

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The Rochester Button Company was a division of the Rochester Button Company of Rochester New York. It was located at 1002 East Sixth Avenue, Brodhead Wisconsin. The building was constructed in 1903 as a tobacco warehouse. In 1944 it was purchased by…

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Barn builders on a lunch break while building a barn on the Ray Pinnow farm in the Town of Decatur. This picture was taken at W1180 Decatur Road, Brodhead, Wisconsin.

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Town of Decatur farmer Ray Pinnow circa 1930's. Brodhead, Wisconsin.

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New barn being built to replace one that burnt. This is the Ray Pinnow farm at W1180 Decatur Road, Brodhead, Wisconsin. The farm is in the Town of Decatur and is now owned by Ron Schwartzlow.

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Knight Manufacturing building under construction. Knight Mfg. is the maker of farm equipment and was founded by Stan Knight. It later became Kuhn Knight and then Kuhn North America. It is located in Brodhead Wisconsin.

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Knight Manufacturing building under construction. Knight Mfg. is the maker of farm equipment and was founded by Stan Knight. It later became Kuhn Knight and then Kuhn North America. It is located in Brodhead Wisconsin.

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Two women and two men in a row boat on Decatur Lake, north of Brodhead, Wisconsin.

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Mary Northam, her married surname, about age 16. She was born July 1, 1850 in Waverly, Tioga County, New York. Her husband, Will Northam, was born in England. They moved to Canada in the late 1880s or early 1890s. Their only daughter Grace Alice was…

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Unknown people standing near building destroyed in a storm in Brodhead, Wisconsin, July 16, 1913.

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Unknown peaple standing next to a house damaged in a storm near Brodhead, Wisconsin, July 16, 1913.

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Large number of trees damaged near Chas. Zeurcher home in Brodhead, Wisconsin, after a storm on July 16, 1913.

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Large storm damage near Chas. Zeurcher home in Brodhead, Wisconsin, July 16, 1913.

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Unknown peaple cleaning up storm damage next to H.P. Clarke home in Brodhead, Wisconsin, July 16, 1913.

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Storm damage in front of the W.N. Cobb home in Brodhead, Wisconsin, July 16, 1913. Miss Matter standing to the right side of photo

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Storm damage along Clinton Street in Brodhead, Wisconsin, July 16, 1913.

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Unknown peaple at Lercher home after storm in Brodhead, Wisconsin, July 16, 1913.

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Pierce barn destroyed after storm near Brodhead, Wisconsin, July 16, 1913.

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Car shed destroyed in storm near in Brodhead, Wisconsin, July 16, 1913.

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Unknown peaple standing next to S.L. Crandall home after storm in in Brodhead, Wisconsin

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Unknown peaple standing in front of S.L. Crandall home in Brodhead, Wisconsin after a storm , July 16, 1913.

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Buildings destroyed at Ed Klitzman farm in Brodhead, Wisconsin, July 16, 1913.

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Unknown persons standing in front of Mrs. Lucas home after storm in Brodhead, Wisconsin, July 16, 1913.

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Tobacco shed damaged in storm near Brodhead, Wisconsin, July 16, 1913.

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Storm damage at Chas. Sherman home in Brodhead, Wisconsin, July 16, 1913.

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Unknown persons standing in front of Mrs. Lucas home after storm in Brodhead, Wisconsin, July 16, 1913.

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Storm damage at A.P. Pierce farm in Brodhead, Wisconsin, July 16, 1913.

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Storm damage at H.P. Clarke home in Brodhead, Wisconsin, July 16, 1913.

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Barn destroyed at Ed klitzman farm in Brodhead Wisconsin, July 16, 1913.

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Storm damage in front of John Eglar home in Brodhead Wisconsin, July 16, 1913.

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L. Blackbourne in front of his house in Brodhead, Wisconsin after a storm on July 16, 1913.

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Storm damage in front of the Exchange Hotel in Brodhead, Wisconsin, July 16, 1913.

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The new Brodhead High School in Brodhead, Wisconsin, circa 2000.

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An unknown group of men in front of a business.

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A small boy feeds chickens on a farm near Brodhead, Wisconsin.

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Patrol cars from the Brodhead Police Department in Brodhead, Wisconsin. Date unknown.

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A truck load of equipment is ready to depart Knight Manufacturing in Brodhead, Wisconsin. Date and driver unknown.

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"Alice in Dairyland" greets Leo A. Scheherle of Brodhead, Wisconsin, date unknown.

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Harnessmaker Charles Engelhardt of Brodhead, Wisconsin.

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Telephone operators at a switchboard in Brodhead, Wisconsin, date unknown. From left, Elizabeth Mau, Maude Bower, Dell Fleek, Lulu Mattison.

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Men in tAugust F. Westfal Cheese Company in Brodhead, Wisconsin. From left, Casper Hunter, Marvin Fairman, and Nelson Olin.

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Laube and Durner blacksmith shop in Brodhead, Wisconsin, date unknown. Left front: John Laube, Anton Durner, Charles Tone, William Durner, and Joe Laube.

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Willie Durner Wood Shop in Brodhead, Wisconsin.

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Durner and Laube blacksmith shop in Brodhead, Wisconsin. Date unknown.

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Mend horses stand near a brick yard in Decatur Township, Wisconsin.

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Blacksmith Anthony Durner of Brodhead, Wisconsin.

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Ben Ten Eyck at his apple orchard near Brodhead, Wisconsin. Date unknown.

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The Brodhead Swiss Cheese Factory in Brodhead, Wisconsin.

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The Searles and Son business with Doctor Darby above, in Brodhead, Wisconsin. Date unknown.

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Unpaved Main Street in Brodhead, Wisconsin. Date unknown.

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An early delivery truck from the Jacob Marty and Company in Brodhead, Wisconsin.

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Bob Ten Eyck with the year's apple crop from Ten Eyck Orchard near Brodhead, Wisconsin. Date unknown.

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A wooden railroad boxcar sits beside the Chas. Zuercher Wholesale Cheese warehouse in Brodhead, Wisconsin. Date unknown.

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An early truck and a group of men stand with bulk fuel tanks under construction in Brodhead, Wisconsin.

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Exchange Street in Brodhead, Wisconsin, date unknown.

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The interior of the Goldenrod Creamery in Brodhead, Wisconsin. Date unknown.

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Early trucks are loading at the Jacob Marty and Company Wholesale Cheese warehouse in Brodhead, Wisconsin.

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A group of businessmen and women stand in front of the Jacob Marty and Company Wholesale Cheese warehouse in Brodhead, Wisconsin.

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Jacob Marty and Company Wholesale Cheese warehouse on West 3rd Avenue in Brodhead, Wisconsin. A wooden railroad boxcar sits on a siding on the south side of the building.

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A horse-drawn carriage sits in front of the Shorb Hotel in Brodhead, Wisconsin. Date unknown.

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City Hotel on the south side of Exchange Square in Brodhead, Wisconsin.

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The Shorb Hotel on the south side of Exchange Square in Brodhead, Wisconsin.

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Shorb Hotel on the south side of Exchange Square in Brodhead, Wisconsin. Date unknown.

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Cheesemaker Joe Burke is shown in this undated image.
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