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Date: 1937 ca.
Description: Winter scene with snow plowed high on County Road M, Clam Lake (Ashland Co.), Wisconsin. The Chippewa Tavern is visible in the background, and the building...
Date: 1934 ca.
Description: View down hill of a tavern, with signs advertising "Budweiser" and "Beer", on the shores of Clam Lake. There are numerous outbuildings and two automobiles...
Description: John A. Lavine of Chippewa Falls, head of the Lavine Newspaper Group and publisher of several Wisconsin newspapers.
Date: 1938 ca.
Description: A man wearing a hat stands on the steps of the front porch of a cabin holding up a large fish at Cormican's on Clam Lake.
Date: 1943 ca.
Description: View across road of Day's Service Station with gasoline pumps, maps and signs out front. The right half of the building is one-story high, and the left hal...
Description: Bonnie Urfer, one of the leaders of Nukewatch, speaking with local police officer Ken Johnson outside the Project ELF facility. Nukewatch was present for o...
Description: View of seven small cabins around a clearing where there is an American flag on a flag pole and two benches around a stone fire pit. In the foreground is a...
Description: Captain Charles Biele and an unidentified staffer inside the Navy's facility at Clam Lake known as Project ELF.
Description: Project ELF activist Jerry Holter (left) and John Lavine, head of the Lavine Newspaper Groups based in Chippewa Falls, outside the Clam Lake facilities of...
Description: Captain Charles Biele and an unidentified staffer in the Navy facility at Clam Lake known as Project ELF.
Description: Gas pump and automobile next to a tavern on county Road D near Clam Lake.
Description: Elevated view of Melody Haven Tavern near Clam Lake. A man is standing next to a stone wall surrounding a parking lot.
Description: A German shepherd is laying in the yard of a two-story log cabin belonging to Dr. Bengston on White Bass Lake. There are two cars parked in the yard.
Description: Captain Charles Biele (right) and John A. Lavine (next to Biele), Wisconsin newspaper publisher, before Lavine toured the controversial U.S. Navy facility...
Description: Standing outside of a cabin at Cormican's on Clam Lake is a man holding up a large fish and a girl in a bathing suit and cap holding a paddle.
Date: 1936 ca.
Description: View looking down Highway 77 at Clam Lake. On the left is a one-story building, Day's Service Station. On the right are two buildings, the one-story Standa...
Description: Winter scene with snow piled high in front of Red Crown gasoline station. A man is standing next to the Red Crown gas pump.
Description: Members of Nukewatch protesting at the Project Elf facility near Clam Lake. This protest was part of the organization's annual Hiroshima event, and the pro...
Description: Two-story log building with a Grain Belt Beer/Hank's Inn sign at the Pinehurst Inn on Lower Clam Lake.
Description: A car can be seen in the distance driving down the highway towards an entrance sign for "McCorison's Clam Lake Lodge-Cabins Boats Musky Pike Bass."
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