PIONEERS AND IMMIGRANTS
Peter Stuehser

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Description Gelatin dry plate of Peter Stuehser. Contact print on file.
Year Range from 1912
Film Size 5" x 7"
Year range to 1917
Medium Glass/Photographic Emulsion
Neg # 13329
Notes Posed image of Peter Stuehser reading a book. He sits wearing a sweater and wears an old fashioned neck beard. His farm land is where the town of Sherwood, WI was established.
Peter Stuehser was born in Prussia about 1829. He immigrated to the United States and in 1854 settled on a one-hundred and sixty acre farm in the Town of Harrison, Calumet County, Wisconsin. His farmland became the site of the Village of Sherwood. He and his wife Elizabeth raised four children there.
Object ID P2002.14.125
Object Name Negative, Glass-plate
People Stuehser, Peter
Place Sherwood, WI
Print size 5" x 7"
Related Publications Sherwood: From A Clearing in the Woods, by Paul Preissner, 1996, p. 33.
Subjects Portrait photographs
Male
Pioneers
Immigrants
German-Americans
Title Peter Stuehser
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