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Description: Congressman David Obey and Governor Tony Earl pay tribute to 20 years of service by Marathon County Clerk Ray Ott and Register of Deeds Bob Gernetzke.
Description: President Jimmy Carter listens to Senator Gaylord Nelson as he waits for his turn to speak. Sitting next to the President is Congressman David R. Obey and...
Description: President Jimmy Carter poses with Congressman David R. Obey, his wife, Joan Obey and an unknown man. The space is decorated with crepe paper and welcome si...
Description: Notable University of Wisconsin pharmacist Edward Kremers relaxes on a bench in a park near the time of the Wisconsin Pharmacy State Convention in 1916.
Description: Label submitted to the state of Wisconsin for trademark registration. "Superfine Marathon Beer, Marathon City Brewing Company." In the foreground of the im...
Description: Men drinking in the bar at Stubb's Tavern.
Description: Holiday card with the "family tree" of D.C. III (David Clark Everest) and Rita Everest, on the front, and a map of the U.S.A. on the inside showing the two...
Description: Letterhead of the Cohn & Robertson Granite Manufacturing Company of Granite Heights and Wausau, Wisconsin, with a view of workers loading a C.M.&St.P. rail...
Description: Race winners John P. Wood and Archie Towell, both of Wausau, during the National Air Reliability Tour's stop in Wausau.
Description: Four businessmen in suits and hats stand around an automobile parked among birch trees, while another man sits in the passenger seat. They are visiting a l...
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: 1914-02 ca.
Description: Two men dressed in business attire stand in the snow in front of logs cut as part of W.L.L. & T. logging operations.
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: date unknown
Description: Logging crew and horses posed in snow.
Date: 1910 after
Description: View from walk of several members of Dr. Joseph Smith's family grouped together on a porch. Mary E. Smith is standing in the center.
Date: 1913 ca.
Description: View up river towards a bridge over a rocky portion of the Eau Claire River. A women is standing on rocks beneath the bridge in the center, while a man sta...
Date: 1910 ca.
Description: Martin Keefe, owner of the livery stable, drives a horse-drawn hearse, which has sled runners. The hearse was for the funeral of Mrs. Tom Hill. The buildin...
Description: View looking down from riverbank of four businessmen and the log driving cook posing on the cooks tent barge during the log drive.
Description: David R. Obey posed with dairy farmers as part of a photo shoot for his first campaign for Congress. The farmer in the center is Laurence Day, a farmer-Sta...
Date: 1942 ca.
Description: John Nutter, Undersheriff of Marathon County. He may have played a role in the sweeping raid on many Hurley area establishments. The arrest warrants were f...
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