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Amana school house
Amana Schoolhouse, Description: Picture showing the two buildings of the Amana School. The building on the left is currently part of the Amana Heritage Museum. The image is 3 1/4 square and is mounted on a gray embossed card that is 5.5 square. No date or markings (other that my own identification on back), but likely 1890s., Provenance: Purchased from Peter Hoehnle.
Baker unloading large loaves of bread from a bake oven
Description: Glossy 8 X 10 print from an original, damaged, negative, of a baker unloading large loaves of bread from a bake oven, presumably the one in main Amana. The image is very clear, but with some unfortunate surface damage to the original negative in the area of the man's head and just behind him. Original image probably dates to around 1915, although, as noted, this is a modern print., ... [description clipped]
Ballot from the Amana Society Reorganization Vote in 1932
Are you in agreement with the plan for reorganization as it has been presented: yes, or no?, Date from title: 1932, Provenance: Purchased from Peter Hoehnle, Original digital object name: yhm-spe-ama-eph-010
Blank postcard from Amana Society Homestead Store
Printed date: 194_, Provenance: Purchased from Peter Hoehnle, Original digital object name: yhm-spe-ama-eph-001
Bringing food from communal kitchen in Middle Amana
Photo by CH Hermann of his mother bringing food home from a communal Kitchen in Middle Amana c.1907, Provenance: Purchased from Peter Hoehnle.
Call card, Amana Society
Printed date: 193_, Provenance: Purchased from Peter Hoehnle, Original digital object name: yhm-spe-ama-eph-002
Caspar Grimm portrait on post card stock of a Main Amana resident seated on wooden chair with brick wall in background, ca. 1915
Casper Grimm, Description: Portrait of Caspar Grimm (died 1925) a resident of the village of Amana and member of the Amana Society. Photo was probably taken circa 1915., Provenance: Purchased from Peter Hoehnle.
Cattle herd located in pasture west of the village, just north of the Lily Lake, ca. 1900
Description: Cattle grazing a field north of the Amana Lily Lake, between the villages of Amana and Middle Amana. Taken around 1900. Image is 4 X 7 3/8 and mounted on card stock. Location is identified by the hillside in the background., Provenance: Purchased from Peter Hoehnle.
Cattle on Homestead Farm
Cattle on Homestead Farm, Description: Shows cattle under some trees in a pasture with six farm workers, at least two of whom have mustaches and were hired laborers., Provenance: Purchased from Peter Hoehnle.
Check payable to the Amana Society
Printed date: 194_, Provenance: Purchased from Peter Hoehnle, Original digital object name: yhm-spe-ama-eph-003
Check payable to the Amana Society
Printed date: 194_, Provenance: Purchased from Peter Hoehnle, Original digital object name: yhm-spe-ama-eph-011
Children planting onion, Amana, c. 1915
Children planting onions-Amana c. 1915, Description: Postcard (real image) of children working in an onion field by Main Amana with the school pine grove (Schulwald) in the background. Circa 1915, possibly photographed by F. William Miller., Provenance: Purchased from Peter Hoehnle.
Christian Metz House, Amana
Oesterle Home, Amana IA, Church background, Selzer, Description: Very clear sepia image of Christian Metz home in Amana. This view was taken from the General Store. The entire west side of the Metz house is visible, including the attached kitchen house wing. In the far left of the photograph one can see the Amana Church. Fences, out buildings, even wash on the line are clearly visible. Back o... [description clipped]
Church in Amana, Iowa
Description: This card dates to the 1950s or 1960s and shows women leaving the women's side of the Amana Church (Meeting House) built in 1864. Some scuff marks on image, but card was never mailed., Provenance: Purchased from Peter Hoehnle.
Colony kitchen, Homestead, Iowa
Description: Later day copy print of a circa 1905 post card image of a woman in the kitchen of the Homestead Hotel. Legend on the side of the image reads "A Colony Kitchen, Homestead, Iowa." The image is 6 1/4 X 8 1/4. I know from other prints that this was actually the kitchen of the Homestead Hotel, not a kitchen house for the members. This is now Zuber's Hotel in Homestead. For years room ... [description clipped]
Conrad Baust
Conrad Baust, Description: Portrait of Conrad Baust. Baust is pictured standing behind a snowball bush with a vine covered brick Amana building in the background. Given the unusual 12 pane lower window sash, visible in this photo, the image was probably made in front of the Amana Pharmacy building and taken by F. William Miller (1876-1952), the pharmacist., Provenance: Purchased from Peter Hoehn... [description clipped]
Conrad Baust - portrait of man in frock coat and cane standing in front of ivy covered building, taken August 1927
Conrad Baust, Aug. 1927, Description: Konrad Baust (died 1934). Portrait of man in frock coat and cane standing in front of ivy covered building, taken August 1927. Baust was a resident of the village of Amana and a member of the Amana Society., Provenance: Purchased from Peter Hoehnle.
Conrad Schadt (died 1915), Amana Pharmacist, portrait, ca. 1900
Conrad Schadt, Description: This is a later print of a photograph of Conrad Schadt (died 1915), with mortar and pestle, inside the Amana Pharmacy. The image is attributed to Bertha M. H. Shambaugh. This print is 4 _ X 3 7/8., Provenance: Purchased from Peter Hoehnle.
Dickel Kitchen House Fire, 1898
Dickel's Kuche Amana., Description: View of the aftermath of a fire that destroyed the Dickel kitchen house and severely damaged the attached residence. A very clear photograph. Both the kitchen and the residence were rebuilt and restored. House is still standing., Provenance: Purchased from Peter Hoehnle.
Dr. Wm Moershel home in Homestead
Dr. Moershel house, Dr. Moershel, Description: A very sharp picture, likely taken in the 1890s. Shows brick house, trellis, rabbatt (planter around base of foundation and unusual porch and a group of women and children (presumably members of the family). Photograph mounted on a card, 4 _ X 6.5., Provenance: Purchased from Peter Hoehnle.

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