High School
Title:
High School
Cassville Wisconsin (WI), Real Photo unused


Canning Factory From Bluff
Title:
Canning Factory From Bluff
Cassville Wisconsin (WI), Real Photo unused



Scene in Riverside Park
Title:
Scene in Riverside Park
Cassville Wisconsin (WI), Real Photo unused


Smoke House and Wine Cellar
Title:
Smoke House and Wine Cellar
Cassville Wisconsin (WI), Real Photo unused

Description:
At the Nelson Dewey State Park.



Black Hawk Monument-Nelson Dewey Park
Title:
Black Hawk Monument-Nelson Dewey Park
Cassville Wisconsin (WI), Real Photo PM 1937 Jul-03


Main Street
Title:
Main Street
Cassville Wisconsin (WI), Real Photo unused



Hotel Oelke - On The Banks Of the Mississippi River
Title:
Hotel Oelke - On The Banks Of the Mississippi River
Cassville Wisconsin (WI), Linen

Description:
we are staying at Old Denniston House built in 1836 for Wisconsin's first State Capital. Mr. & Mrs. Oelke, Prop's.


Hotel Oelked
Title:
Hotel Oelked
Cassville Wisconsin (WI), Linen

Description:
On the banks of the Mississippi River. Built in 1936 for Wisconsin's first State Capital. Mr. & Mrs. Don Oelke.



Stonefield
Title:
Stonefield
Cassville Wisconsin (WI), Chrome unused

Description:
Scenic views from the bluff on the Dewey estate shows Stonefield Village of the 1890's a replica of the typical little town that grew out of the needs of the farming community. Original Nelson Dewey horse barn is in the right foreground.


Old Denniston House
Title:
Old Denniston House
Cassville Wisconsin (WI), Chrome unused

Description:
Nelson Dewey arrived in Cassville in 1836 and worked for the Denniston Firm. Later Dewey acquired vast properties here including this building which he opened as "Dennsiton House" in 1854. It has been in continuous operation as a hotel ever since



Denniston House
Title:
Denniston House
Cassville Wisconsin (WI), Chrome

Description:
Nelson Dewey arrived in Cassville in 1836 and worked for the Denniston Firm. Later Dewey acquired vast properties including this building which he opened as Denniston House in 1854. It has been in continuous operation as a hotel ever since


Denniston House
Title:
Denniston House
Cassville Wisconsin (WI), Chrome PM 1989 Sep-1

Description:
Nelson Dewey arrived in Cassville in 1836 and worked for the Denniston Firm. Later Dewey acquired vast properties here including this building which he opened as "Denniston House" in 1854. It has been in continuous operation as a hotel ever since



Stonefield
Title:
Stonefield
Cassville Wisconsin (WI), Chrome unused

Description:
When Wisconsin's first governor, Nelson Dewey, completed this home after three years of construction, it was one of the show-places on the Upper Mississippi. On June 1, 1868, he wrote in his Diary: "This day moved into the new House and staid all night and it rained."


Stonefield Village, Stonefield
Title:
Stonefield Village, Stonefield
Cassville Wisconsin (WI), Chrome unused

Description:
Scenic view from bluff on the Dewey estate shows Stonefield Village of the 1890's a replica of the typical little town that grew out of the needs of the farming community. Original Nelson Dewey horse barn is in the right foreground



The Schoolhouse, Stonefield
Title:
The Schoolhouse, Stonefield
Cassville Wisconsin (WI), Chrome unused

Description:
Authentically furnished, this is actually the old Muddy Hollow School, Cassville District No. 4, and is typical of the one-room school in which many generations of Americans learned the three R's.


New High School
Title:
New High School
Cassville Wisconsin (WI), Real Photo unused

Description:
Cost $25000



Steamer W.W. Souvenir
Title:
Steamer W.W. Souvenir
Cassville Wisconsin (WI), Real Photo PM 1909




Total: 17 Items