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Description: Holocaust survivor Fred Platner at his place of business, the Wausau Steel Corporation.
Date: date unknown
Description: Speaker of the House Jim Wright (in profile) speaking to members of the audience at Wausau's Better Way Club. Next to Wright is Congressman David R. Obey,...
Description: Group of men posing in front of Curtis and Yale Co. Plant one. A number of workers are looking out from windows in the building. Other workers pose on a wa...
Date: 1913 after
Description: Indoor portrait of Harriet Crown Millard Smith sitting between two unidentified gentlemen.
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: Portrait of Holocaust survivor Fred Platner at his Wausau residence.
Description: President Jimmy Carter shaking hands in Wausau, while the Secret Service (left) keeps watch.
Description: Label submitted to the state of Wisconsin for trademark registration. "Superfine Marathon Beer, Marathon City Brewing Company." In the foreground of the im...
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: Wisconsin Congressman Melvin Laird distributing his campaign literature outside the Marathon Electric plant gate.
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: 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.
Date: 1914-02 ca.
Description: Loggers move logs onto a horse-drawn wagon in the snow.
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: 1895 ca.
Description: Three men and a horse standing in front of a blacksmith shop which has a sign above the doorway advertising M. Karger and Brothers Clothing and Furnishing...
Date: 1910 ca.
Description: Several members of the Krueger and Backhause families fishing along the bank of the Rock River. Mr. and Mrs. Backhouse and Florentina and Jennie Krueger si...
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...
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: 1912 ca.
Description: Four businessmen standing around a table, eating along the banks of the Wisconsin River. The table is set with a stack of bowls and a crate of apples. Logs...
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...
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