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Andreas, Freiherr von Baumgartner, 1793-1865

Andreas, Freiherr von Baumgartner, 1793-1865

Half length, facing slightly left. Lithograph by Rudolf Hoffmann. From volume: Gallerie ausgezeichneter Naturforscher. This record contains unverified, old data from caption card. Caption card tracings: BI; Pub... more

Baumgartner Farm, Versailles, Morgan County, MO

Baumgartner Farm, Versailles, Morgan County, MO

Unprocessed Field note material exists for this structure: FN-123 Survey number: HABS MO-1545 Building/structure dates: ca. 1870 Initial Construction

Baumgartner Farm, Versailles, Morgan County, MO

Baumgartner Farm, Versailles, Morgan County, MO

Unprocessed Field note material exists for this structure: FN-123 Survey number: HABS MO-1545 Building/structure dates: ca. 1870 Initial Construction

Baumgartner Creamery, U.S. Route 45, Frankfort, Will County, IL

Baumgartner Creamery, U.S. Route 45, Frankfort, Will County, IL

Significance: The Baumgartner Creamery is the last known 19th century cheese factory building still standing in Will County, Illinois, and one of the few left in that state. It is a representative and relativel... more

Baumgartner Creamery, U.S. Route 45, Frankfort, Will County, IL

Baumgartner Creamery, U.S. Route 45, Frankfort, Will County, IL

Significance: The Baumgartner Creamery is the last known 19th century cheese factory building still standing in Will County, Illinois, and one of the few left in that state. It is a representative and relativel... more

Baumgartner Creamery, U.S. Route 45, Frankfort, Will County, IL

Baumgartner Creamery, U.S. Route 45, Frankfort, Will County, IL

Significance: The Baumgartner Creamery is the last known 19th century cheese factory building still standing in Will County, Illinois, and one of the few left in that state. It is a representative and relativel... more

Baumgartner Creamery, U.S. Route 45, Frankfort, Will County, IL

Baumgartner Creamery, U.S. Route 45, Frankfort, Will County, IL

Significance: The Baumgartner Creamery is the last known 19th century cheese factory building still standing in Will County, Illinois, and one of the few left in that state. It is a representative and relativel... more

Baumgartner Creamery, U.S. Route 45, Frankfort, Will County, IL

Baumgartner Creamery, U.S. Route 45, Frankfort, Will County, IL

Significance: The Baumgartner Creamery is the last known 19th century cheese factory building still standing in Will County, Illinois, and one of the few left in that state. It is a representative and relativel... more

Baumgartner Creamery, U.S. Route 45, Frankfort, Will County, IL

Baumgartner Creamery, U.S. Route 45, Frankfort, Will County, IL

Significance: The Baumgartner Creamery is the last known 19th century cheese factory building still standing in Will County, Illinois, and one of the few left in that state. It is a representative and relativel... more

Baumgartner Creamery, U.S. Route 45, Frankfort, Will County, IL

Baumgartner Creamery, U.S. Route 45, Frankfort, Will County, IL

Significance: The Baumgartner Creamery is the last known 19th century cheese factory building still standing in Will County, Illinois, and one of the few left in that state. It is a representative and relativel... more

Baumgartner Farm, Barn, Versailles, Morgan County, MO

Baumgartner Farm, Barn, Versailles, Morgan County, MO

Unprocessed Field note material exists for this structure: FN-123 Survey number: HABS MO-1545-A Building/structure dates: ca. 1880 Initial Construction

Baumgartner Farm, Barn, Versailles, Morgan County, MO

Baumgartner Farm, Barn, Versailles, Morgan County, MO

Unprocessed Field note material exists for this structure: FN-123 Survey number: HABS MO-1545-A Building/structure dates: ca. 1880 Initial Construction

Baumgartner Farm, Barn, Versailles, Morgan County, MO

Baumgartner Farm, Barn, Versailles, Morgan County, MO

Unprocessed Field note material exists for this structure: FN-123 Survey number: HABS MO-1545-A Building/structure dates: ca. 1880 Initial Construction

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