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Date: 1950 ca.
Description: From left to right: W.A. Riordan, John Buck, Leo Sorenson, Jean Nash and Del Hammond. Miss Nash, the owner of the cranberry marsh, escorts representatives...
Description: African American cranberry harvesters, possibly migrant workers posed with crates of cranberries.
Description: Exterior of grain elevator.
Description: Former Governor Anthony Earl and Assemblyman Thomas Loftus chat at a gathering of statewide Democratic leaders that honored Marlin Schneider. President Cli...
Description: Many women sort cranberries on conveyor belts at the Walker Cranberry Company. All are wearing jackets and many wear hairnets.
Description: Grain storage building located near the railroad tracks. The wrecker service truck parked near the warehouse bears the slogan, "the happy hooker."
Date: 1961-09-19 ca.
Description: View of the Blum Brothers Company factory building. The Blum Brothers Company once manufactured circular cheese boxes. An automobile is parked outside the...
Description: A woman mail carrier pushes her cart with a full mailbag along a sidewalk edged by snowy lawns.
Date: 1925 ca.
Description: City Hall in Marshfield.
Description: Advertisement for a 5 lb. gift box of fresh Wisconsin Cranberries. The advertisement tag line reads "So smart to give . . . so pleasant to receive". Pictur...
Description: A flooded cranberry bog. In this case the bog was flooded in the spring in order to kill insects.
Date: 1955 ca.
Description: Woman using a cranberry rake to harvest cranberries near Wisconsin Rapids.
Date: 1920 ca.
Description: Frame of medicine lodge with canvas removed. A man or a woman is working with the canvas. The fence surrounding a dance circle is visible on the right.
Description: Outdoor portrait of a man standing near a spring in a wooded area surrounded by a wooden fence. He wears coveralls and holds two pails with a yoke over his...
Description: Neil Nash, vice-president of the Nekoosa-Edwards Paper Company, speaking to the crowd at the dedication of the Centralia Pulp and Paper Mill historical mar...
Date: 1943-05-07 ca.
Description: Floor for a military glider constructed of a paper-based plastic laminate by the Plastics Division of Consolidated Papers of Wisconsin Rapids. This photog...
Description: A high school building in Marshfield.
Description: Employee of the Plastics Division of Consolidated Papers Company of Wisconsin Rapids contemplates a die for fabricating tapered paper-based plastic laminat...
Description: Bee hives near the Bennett cranberry marshes.
Description: Asa Curtis Bennett family holding cranberry rakes and other manual farm implements. The family is gathered around an owl standing on the ground in front of...
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