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Description: Brower Park near Houghton Point.
Description: In his shoe repair shop, a shoe repairman sews the edge of a man's shoe, with the tools of his trade surrounding him.
Description: Exterior view of the Public School.
Description: The family of French-Canadian immigrant Peter Lagacy, posing with produce, including a large cabbage, potatoes, and carrots, in front of their log farm hom...
Date: 1935 ca.
Description: View of three trout with a fishing basket (creel) and two rods laying on the ground. The trout were caught near Washburn.
Date: 1936 ca.
Description: View across street of a wooden corner building with large plate glass windows and a sign advertising Meyer's Cafe. An advertisement is painted on the side...
Description: Lumber mills.
Description: The YMCA.
Description: A street with numerous businesses in Washburn, Wisconsin.
Description: Elevator and coal dock in Washburn.
Description: Exterior view of Aune & Overby's Opera House. (Incorrectly identified on the front of the photograph as Anne & Overly's Opera House.)
Date: 1905 ca.
Description: The Washburn court house.
Date: date unknown
Description: View from shoreline of dock site towards Lake Superior, showing sulphur pile and a large chute in the background.
Description: Exterior view of the Washburn City Hall, which houses the Bank of Washburn.
Description: View from City Hall looking west over Washburn.
Description: A composite photograph of four views of Washburn, including Pioneer School, St. Louis Catholic Church and School, Lincoln School, and Garfield School.
Description: Walker High School in Washburn, Wisconsin.
Description: West Bayfield Street.
Description: East Bayfield Street including a wagon on the street and a livery.
Description: Elevator and coal docks, including ships.
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