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Description: Winter scene with Lawrence College students tobogganing at Rib Mountain near Wausau.
Date: 1928-08 ca.
Description: John P. Wood of Wausau, winner of the 1928 National Air Reliability Tour, with his "Waco from Wausau." Also in the photograph are Wood's prizes: the Edsel...
Date: date unknown
Description: Logging crew and horses posed in snow.
Description: Rib Mountain Ski Lodge. There are a number of skiers on the left, and people stand near the lodge. Cars are parked on the right.
Description: Man delivers serviced bowling balls from an International Scout truck. The truck was owned by Day's Bowl-A-Dome.
Description: Wisconsin Congressman Melvin Laird distributing his campaign literature outside the Marathon Electric plant gate.
Description: Race winners John P. Wood and Archie Towell, both of Wausau, during the National Air Reliability Tour's stop in Wausau.
Description: President Jimmy Carter speaks to a small group of well wishers while Congressman David R. Obey looks on. Photographers are in the crowd. The space is decor...
Description: Label submitted to the state of Wisconsin for trademark registration. "Louis Schoen's Old Beer Lager, Quality has No Substitute, Brewed and Bottled by the...
Date: 1922-08-05 before
Description: Two fishermen on a lake catch a giant fish. Both of the fishermen are wearing hats and one is smoking a pipe. A dock and the tip of a boat are visible in t...
Date: 1913 ca.
Description: View down riverbank towards dam of a river around Wausau. Two men and a limber (two-wheeled cart) are near the rivers edge. A man, perhaps a construction w...
Description: David R. Obey speaks with factory workers at Wausau Paper Mill during his first campaign for Congress.
Description: Group of men gathered at the bar in McGlaughlin and Reynolds Bros. Saloon. There is a young boy standing on the bar, as well as a dog sitting on the bar. O...
Date: 1906 ca.
Description: Horse-drawn load of 6000 ft. of pine logs, accompanied by a cornet player and two women, at the Weinkauf & Co. timber lands.
Date: 1891 ca.
Description: Lumber company workers pose in front of buildings at the Moore & Galloway Lumber Company camp, about a quarter of a mile east of Pike Lake. The man in a wh...
Date: 1992 ca.
Description: Congressman David R. Obey (right) hits the pavement in Marathon with aide Tom Springer. Hack's Diner, run by Alfred Hack, was a popular local hangout.
Description: Mary E. Smith, Katherine Landfair Rosenberry, and possibly Marvin Rosenberry's daughter (?) sit in the grass having a picnic. Marvin Rosenberry stands near...
Description: Congressman David Obey, Ben Riehle, a rural Marathon County WWI veteran, and two women pose for a photograph.
Description: A man works in a kitchen at Hatton Lumber Company Camp. He is wearing an apron and is mixing ingredients in a large bowl at a counter near two windows.
Description: Exterior view of the round, large frame barn of Chas. Tisch. A man in a carriage and a team of horses wearing fly-nets poses in front. On the right a man a...
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