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Hausmann Brewing Company

Date: 1915
Description: View across street towards the Hausmann Brewing Company on the corner of State and Gorham Streets. An archway on the right side leads to an inner courtyard...
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St. Paul Ice Carnival Elk Sleigh

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Description: St. Paul Ice Carnival; Elk pulling sleigh outside palace. There is a crowd posing and looking at the camera. A sign on the palace reads: "Borealis."
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Two Cutters on Road

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Description: Two cutters on road. Snow patches on hill behind.
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Two Cutters on the Road

Date: 1900
Description: Two cutter sleighs on a road. Cutters were light weight sleighs that carried two passengers. This photograph shows bare ground in the background that means...
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S.W. Truesdell Home

Date: 1920
Description: The home of photographer S.W. Truesdell. A man is standing in the snow in front of the fence near a horse and sleigh.
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Dean Family Sleighing

Date: 1855
Description: Quarter plate daguerreotype of Elias Dean, an early Madison businessman, riding in a sleigh drawn by two horses with his wife Sarah Fairchild Dean and youn...
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Case Residence

Date: 1902
Description: Winter scene at the Case Residence with J. I. Case's sleigh and team. Andrew Jackson, hostler, (died Dec., 1924) is in the sleigh and "Nick" Mitchell, hire...
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Men with Workhorses

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Description: Men with workhorses hitched to a sleigh, possibly a Spaulding Oscillating Sleigh.
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Dashing through the Snow

Date: 1930
Description: Winter scene with sleigh carrying six well-bundled passengers pulled by two horses and pulling a skier behind in Eagle River. The trees are blurred.
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Man in Horse-Drawn Sleigh

Date: 1885
Description: Winter scene with a European American man with a beard and moustache sitting in a sleigh pulled by a single horse on snow-covered ground in front of the C....
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Man Loading Silage from Trench Silo on Wagon

Date: 1924
Description: View looking down snow-covered slope towards a horse attached to a small sleigh standing in a trench. At the back of the trench a man is pitching silage fr...
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U.S. Mail Sleigh

Date: 1918
Description: Two men sit at the reins of a horse-drawn United States mail sleigh which ran from Sturgeon Bay to Egg Harbor. Another man is kneeling inside the sleigh ne...
Print

Williams & Ballou Letterhead

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Description: Letterhead of Williams & Ballou of Brodhead, Wisconsin, a manufacturer of carriages, wagons, and sleighs, with a background image of a carriage printed in ...
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Stoughton Wagon Company Letterhead

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Description: Letterhead of the Stoughton Wagon Company, a manufacturer of wagons, buggies, carriages, and oscillating bob sleighs, from Stoughton, Wisconsin, with an im...
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Tanana and Fairbanks Stage

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Description: Side view of a horse-drawn sleigh used as a mail and passenger stage between Tanana and Fairbanks.
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Horse-Drawn Sleigh

Date: 1958
Description: "Erhard Luhn comes to the cheese factory in a sleigh."
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Herrling Mail Delivery Sleigh

Date: 02 06 1908
Description: The horse-drawn mail delivery sleigh used by Franklin Herrling.
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Horse-Drawn Sleigh

Date: 03 1959
Description: "Erhard Luhn, Richard Sigler, & Howard Greiner are bringing milk to Widmer Cheese Factory in a horse-drawn sleigh."
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A.F. Werner Store Advertisment

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Description: Small girl posed outdoors on a fur rug in front of an advertisement for the A.F. Werner Store. The poster is attached to a sleigh on a snow-covered street,...
Postcard

Santa and Girl in Sleigh

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Description: Photographic postcard of Santa and a young girl, Mary Jane Turner, in his sleigh. Her head is next to his and her arm is around his shoulders. Reindeer can...

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