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Public meeting. At a meeting of the Jackson Democratic citizens of Iowa County, at the town of Mineral Point, on Saturday, the 22nd of August, 1835, Col. James H. Gentry was called to the chair ... [1835].

U.S. Reports: Havemeyer v. Iowa County, 70 U.S. (3 Wall.) 294 (1866)

Sanborn Fire Insurance Map from Highland, Iowa County, Wisconsin

Sanborn Fire Insurance Map from Highland, Iowa County, Wisconsin

Sanborn Fire Insurance Map from Victor, Iowa County, Iowa

Sanborn Fire Insurance Map from North English, Iowa County, Iowa

Drugstore display. Marengo, Iowa

Fred Maschman was approved as a TP client by a committee composed of his neighbors. Iowa County, Iowa

In the spring of '37, Fred Maschman was a rehabilitation client. In the spring of '39, he bought a new farm with FSA (Farm Security Administration) help. Iowa County, Iowa

Mr. and Mrs. Fred Maschman going over their record book discuss ways of making their new farm, purchased with FSA (Farm Security Administration) aid, more profitable. Iowa County, Iowa

FSA (Farm Security Admninistration) supervisor examines colt owned by Fred Maschman, TP client. Maschman uses two teams to farm his land. Iowa County, Iowa

Fred Maschman, TP client, and his wife did most of the work of remodeling their new farmhouse. Iowa County, Iowa

Mrs. Fred Maschman with some of her 390 Leghorn pullets. Iowa County, Iowa

Fred Maschman was approved as a TP client by a committee composed of his neighbors. Iowa County, Iowa

View from the square. Marengo, Iowa

Fred Maschman, TP client, and his wife did most of the work of remodeling their new farmhouse. Iowa County, Iowa

In the spring of '37, Fred Maschman was a rehabilitation client. In the spring of '39, he bought a new farm with FSA (Farm Security Administration) help. Iowa County, Iowa

Fred Maschman, tenant purchase client, husking corn. Iowa County, Iowa

Bandstand. Marengo, Iowa

FSA (Farm Security Admninistration) supervisor examines colt owned by Fred Maschman, TP client. Maschman uses two teams to farm his land. Iowa County, Iowa

Fred Maschman, TP client, uses best scientific methods for raising hogs with the help of FSA (Farm Security Administration) supervisor. Iowa County, Iowa

Drugstore display. Marengo, Iowa

Fred Maschman, tenant purchase client, husking corn. Iowa County, Iowa

In 1937, Fred Maschman became a rehabilitation client. In 1939, he purchased a farm of his own. Iowa County, Iowa

Fred Maschman, TP client, shells some of the corn grown on his new farm. This corn averaged seventy bushels to the acre. Iowa County, Iowa

Fred Maschman, TP Client, discusses problems of his 160 acre farm with FSA (Farm Security Administration) supervisor. Iowa County, Iowa

Fred Maschman received a TP loan of 10,895 dollars, which paid for his farm and extensive repairs to his house. Iowa County, Iowa

With the aid of the FSA (Farm Security Administration) supervisor, Fred Maschman, TP client, has worked out a farm plan that will enable him to live comfortably as well as conserve his soil. Iowa County, Iowa

Bandstand. Marengo, Iowa

His TP loan helped Fred Maschman place all the buildings on his new farm in good repair. Iowa County, Iowa

Fred Maschman, TP client, uses two teams to farm his 160 acres. Iowa County, Iowa

Fred Maschman, TP client, uses two teams to farm his 160 acres. Iowa County, Iowa

View from the square. Marengo, Iowa

Fred Maschman, TP client, was heavily in debt in 1937. At that time, his debt was reduced fifty percent by a Farm Debt Adjustment Committee. Iowa County, Iowa

His TP loan helped Fred Maschman place all the buildings on his new farm in good repair. Iowa County, Iowa

Fred Maschman, TP Client, raises all his own feed for his hogs, chickens, cows and horses. Iowa County, Iowa

Mrs. Maschman feeds chickens in front of poultry house which she and her husband built. Iowa County, Iowa

Fred Maschman, TP client, was heavily in debt in 1937. At that time, his debt was reduced fifty percent by a Farm Debt Adjustment Committee. Iowa County, Iowa

With the aid of the FSA (Farm Security Administration) supervisor, Fred Maschman, TP client, has worked out a farm plan that will enable him to live comfortably as well as conserve his soil. Iowa County, Iowa

Mrs. Maschman feeds chickens in front of poultry house which she and her husband built. Iowa County, Iowa

Fred Maschman, TP Client, discusses problems of his 160 acre farm with FSA (Farm Security Administration) supervisor. Iowa County, Iowa

Fred Maschman received a TP loan of 10,895 dollars, which paid for his farm and extensive repairs to his house. Iowa County, Iowa

Fred Maschman, TP client, shells some of the corn grown on his new farm. This corn averaged seventy bushels to the acre. Iowa County, Iowa

Fred Maschman's fifteen hogs are one of his major sources of income. Iowa County, Iowa

Fred Maschman's fifteen hogs are one of his major sources of income. Iowa County, Iowa

Fred Maschman, TP client, uses best scientific methods for raising hogs with the help of FSA (Farm Security Administration) supervisor. Iowa County, Iowa

The photographs in the Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph

Farm along U.S. 6, Iowa County, Iowa

The photographs in the Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph

The photographs in the Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph

The photographs in the Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph

The photographs in the Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph

The photographs in the Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph

Untitled photo, possibly related to: Farm along U.S. 6, Iowa County, Iowa

The photographs in the Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph

Untitled photo, possibly related to: Farm along U.S. 6, Iowa County, Iowa

Untitled photo, possibly related to: Farm along U.S. 6, Iowa County, Iowa

Untitled photo, possibly related to: Farm along U.S. 6, Iowa County, Iowa

Farm along U.S. 6, Iowa County, Iowa

Untitled photo, possibly related to: Farm along U.S. 6, Iowa County, Iowa

Untitled photo, possibly related to: Farm along U.S. 6, Iowa County, Iowa

Dairy farm. Iowa County, Wisconsin

Dairy farm. Iowa County, Wisconsin

Dairy farm. Iowa County, Wisconsin

Dairy farm. Iowa County, Wisconsin

Field of wildflowers in Mineral Point, Wisconsin

Downtown buildings in Mineral Point, Wisconsin

A portion of the Shake Rag Alley artists' compound in Mineral Point, Wisconsin

Cabin in the Shake Rag Alley artists' compound in Mineral Point, Wisconsin

Cabin in the Shake Rag Alley artists' compound in Mineral Point, Wisconsin

Rural scene near Hollandale in Iowa County, Wisconsin

The education center in the historic Pendarvis District in Mineral Point, Wisconsin

Limestone building that was the train depot in Mineral Point, Wisconsin

Small storage building in South Amana, one of the Amana Colonies, seven villages in Iowa County, Iowa

Barns in Amana, one of the Amana Colonies, seven villages in Iowa County, Iowa

Art galleries in Mineral Point, Wisconsin

Display outside a shop in Amana, one of the Amana Colonies, seven villages in Iowa County, Iowa

Apt advertising figure above the Gray Dog Deli (delicatessen) in Mineral Point, Wisconsin

Row of barns in High Amana, one of the Amana Colonies, seven villages in Iowa County, Iowa

Pathway in the Shake Rag Alley artists' compound in Mineral Point, Wisconsin

Canal in Amana, one of the Amana Colonies, seven villages in Iowa County, Iowa

The 1840-vintage Ellery Cabinet Shop in the Shake Rag Alley artists' compound in Mineral Point, Wisconsin

Vast field of sweet corn near Marengo in Iowa County, Iowa

Limestone and wood building in the historic Pendarvis District in Mineral Point, Wisconsin

Lounging cows at a dairy farm near the town of Moscow in Iowa County, Wisconsin

Downtown buildings in Mineral Point, Wisconsin

Hope Lutheran Church in Mineral Point, Wisconsin

Downtown buildings in Mineral Point, Wisconsin

A veritable sea of lily pads between Amana and Middle Amana, two of the Amana Colonies, seven villages in Iowa County, Iowa

Art galleries and other buildings in downtown Mineral Point, Wisconsin

Garden and art piece in the Shake Rag Alley artists' compound in Mineral Point, Wisconsin

Cottages in the Shake Rag Alley artists' compound in Mineral Point, Wisconsin

Barns in Middle Amana, one of the Amana Colonies, seven villages in Iowa County, Iowa

Joe Sigg & Sons' dairy farm near Hollandale in Iowa County, Wisconsin

Rural scene near Hollandale in Iowa County, Wisconsin

Whimsical farm implements and metal horse in West Amana, one of the Amana Colonies, seven villages in Iowa County, Iowa

If barns had emotions, this red one's in Iowa County, Wisconsin, could be characterized as cheerful

Storefront of the Red Rooster Cafe in Mineral Point, Wisconsin

A "birdhouse" free library in the Pendarvis neighborhood of Mineral Point, Wisconsin

Water tank and crude windmill in Iowa County, Iowa

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