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Date: 1940 ca.
Description: View of a variety of storefronts in bustling downtown. On the left side of the street is Berman's, Cremer's Jewelers, Liggett's Drugs, and Kinney's Shoes....
Description: A row of carts at Woodman's Grocery entryway.
Description: Colorized photographic postcard across street towards pedestrians and horse-drawn vehicles in front of a row of shops.
Date: date unknown
Description: Photographic postcard view down a tree-lined street in a residential neighborhood.
Description: View across railroad tracks and road of the front of the Hotel May. The hotel has a wrap-around porch and balcony. Men in suits are relaxing in chairs on t...
Date: 1859 ca.
Description: Due to rainy weather, Hölzlhuber stayed a night in the home of Heinrich Cordes, who had purchased his land from an Irishman and built "a pretty brick house...
Description: Elevated view of a tire yard on a foggy day.
Description: Elevated view of a man walking with a cane on a rainy day.
Description: View from across street of a Baptist Church. There is a house next door to the church (perhaps a parsonage).
Description: Memohead of the G. Heileman Brewing Company of La Crosse, Wisconsin, manufacturers of keg and bottled beer, with an elevated view of the brewery complex, i...
Description: Three-quarter view from across a road of the Affiliated Church. An arched stained glass window is in the front on the left. Tall rectangular stained glass...
Description: International Model K trucks in the shop. These trucks were owned and operated by Gateway City Transfer Company of La Crosse.
Description: View down center of Main Street with cobblestones. There is a railroad crossing in the foreground. Service garages are on the left and right corners. Parke...
Description: View down unpaved street towards a general store on the left. The sign on the awning in front reads: "Homstad Store." A gas pump, parked car and large tree...
Description: Original caption reads: "Wm. J. Lankford - safe driver Gateway City Transfer Co. Taken by Madison Branch House." Mr. Lankford was likely the winner of a sa...
Description: Sean Murphy, a professional skateboarder and snowboarder, poses on the sidewalk with his skateboard. He is gazing to the left while holding his baseball ca...
Date: 1900 after
Description: This map of La Crosse shows twenty wards, some rural lots with acreages, streets, railroads, depots, bridges, cemeteries, parks, schools, islands, and the...
Description: Protesters hold political signs outside Bush-Cheney rally. One sign reads: "Bush is a whore for the dogs of war" and the other reads: "Bush sucks."
Description: Bird's-eye view of La Crosse.
Description: View down Main Street looking west. On these blocks there is a restaurant, rug store, post office, and Farmers State Bank. Automobiles are parked on both s...
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