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Street Scene, Village of Amana
Back street - Amana, Hoehnle, Description: Circa 1910 photograph of the back street of Main Amana, looking from east to west. Visible are fences, arbors, typical architecture, the back of a kitchen house, several residences, the harness shop. Print is on paper, not mounted on a card. The top corner of the print has been folded down, but is still attached. Size is 5 X 3 7/8., Provenance: Purcha... [description clipped]
Street Scenic in Amana, ca. 1900
Description: Large photograph of street leading down to Amana Woolen Mill.Image is 6 1/8 X 8. Unknown photographer. Image is faded. Shows fire watch tower on left Approximately the same view as an engraving in Nordhoff's Communistic Societies (1875)., Provenance: Purchased from Peter Hoehnle.
Street view at Homestead, Iowa
Description: Post card printed for sale. Image shows Homestead Hotel (at right) two homes, and a long section of fence and street lamps., Provenance: Purchased from Peter Hoehnle.
Tank wagon, with two women and a man seated on top and a man standing next to wagon which is hitched to a yoke of oxen
Liquid Manure, Water Cleanup Wagon, Description: No date, but early 1900s. My guess is taken at Homestead. Back has pencil inscription: "Liquid Manure water & honey wagon." I believe that this wagon was used when they cleaned out outhouses., Provenance: Purchased from Peter Hoehnle.
Temple Square, Salt Lake City
Ock. 1913, [unclear German], Dr. Wm. Moershell, Homestead, Iowa, Description: Post card of Temple Square, Salt Lake City, Utah sent in 1913 by George Schudt to Dr. Wm Moershel in Homestead. Note on reverse in German script. Unusual Amana/Mormon item. Card was mailed in Los Angles and has a fold down middle., Provenance: Purchased from Peter Hoehnle.
This skirt has been fulled the same as cloth, does not shrink, and has a soft fleecy finish, and fast colors
310;, Provenance: Purchased from Peter Hoehnle, Original digital object name: yhm-spe-ama-eph-008
Threshing grain in Homestead, ca 1906
Threshing grain in Homestead, Description: View of the stationary threshing shed at Homestead. Post card stock., Provenance: Purchased from Peter Hoehnle.
Trautmann Kitchen House, as viewed from the Amana School
Trautmann (later Noe) Kitchen House in Amana, Photo 1898 from school house upstairs. Bldgs now Amana Heritage Museum, Description: 15) Trautmann (later Noe) Kitchen House, taken from the Amana School upstairs. Image is 3 X4 mounted on a card that is 4 X 5 . Photograph was made around 1898 and is similar to other views in my collection. This building is currently the main building of the Aman... [description clipped]
Unidentified sandstone house with wood board fence, fruit trees and ivy on wall
Description: Probably a house in High or West Amana., Provenance: Purchased from Peter Hoehnle.
View from Trautmann Kitchen in Amana, looking east
View from Trautmann Kitchen in Amana, looking east c. 1898, Selzer, Description: A very early (1890s) image of the Amana School buildings, taken looking east. This photograph was made from an upstairs window of the Trautmann/Noe House, present Amana Heritage Museum. Visible in the photograph is a brick ash house that served the Trautmann kitchen house., Provenance: Purchased from Peter Hoehnle.
View of the Amana mill race as it reaches the turbines of the Amana Woolen Mill and the Flour Mill
Amana Mill Race, Woolen Mill in background, Description: Photograph was taken around 1900. Shows original mill buildings prior to fire and reconstruction. Rare view of the turbine head from the west., Provenance: Purchased from Peter Hoehnle.
View of the Trautmann Kitchen House garden
Description: This is an unusual view looking west from the village of Amana. It was likely made around 1900. Visible is the low hedge of evergreens around the cemetery, the enormous kitchen garden, and in almost the center of the image, the last remaining conifer tree marking the location of Joseph Prestele's (1797-1867) botanical specimen garden., Provenance: Purchased from Peter Hoehnle.
View of the jam and mill turbines
Waterworks - (dam + mill turbines) between Amana Woolen Mill (left) + Flour Mill c. 1899, Description: 17) View of the water works between the Amana woolen and flour mills. Taken in the late 1890s, this unusual view is of the mill race as it passes between the two factories and over the turbines. Image is 4 1/ 4 X 3 1/8 mounted on an embossed card that is 4 X 5 . $50., Provenance: Purchased from ... [description clipped]
Village of Homestead, ca. 1910
Description: Shows lumber yard, residences, kitchen house, general store and warehouses. This is an interesting image, clearly retouched. It is printed on a heavy commercial paper, and bordered with a photograph of clover, potentially a photogravure. The top corner of this border is missing. The image itself is very nice and is approx. 5 X 8., Provenance: Purchased from Peter Hoehnle.
Wall collapse at Amana Woolen Mill
Wall collapse at Amana Woolen Mill, 1907, Description: Dramatic image showing the collapse of a wall at the Amana Woolen mill in 1907. This sandstone wall was next to the turbine area at the mill, just visible at far left. Printed on post card stock., Provenance: Purchased from Peter Hoehnle.
Water Wagon in Village of Homestead
Description: Post card image of a man sitting on top of a water wagon (a wooden cask mounted on a wagon frame) and pulled by oxen. Card reads "On the Waterwagon" and "Greetings From Homestead, Iowa." Clearly a commercial post card intended for sale., Provenance: Purchased from Peter Hoehnle.
Zimmer shop, Old Thresh Machine Bldg
Zimmer Shop Old Thresh Machine Bldg, Description: Copy of historic image, rather grainy. 4 X 5., Provenance: Purchased from Peter Hoehnle.

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