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Description: Holocaust survivor Fred Platner at his place of business, the Wausau Steel Corporation.
Description: Color map. "Topography by photogrammetric methods from aerial photographs taken 1963. Revised from aerial photographs taken `978. Field checked 1979. Map e...
Description: View of downtown Wausau looking east from the Scott Street Bridge.
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: Congressmen Les Aspin and David R. Obey of Wisconsin at the J.I. Case plant. The group is standing near a line of farm equipment manufactured by the compan...
Description: Congressman David Obey of Wisconsin biking with the Wausau Wheelers.
Description: The approach to the Scott Street Bridge in Wausau, with the Wausau Cab Co. building and a large sign advertising the First American Bank, a "tower of stren...
Description: Panoramic view from the Big Sandy Creek Bridge, looking north on Marathon County Highway Q.
Description: Bridge over the frozen Trappe River.
Date: 1987 ca.
Description: This pictorial map shows roads, bridges, local businesses with phone numbers, and public buildings. Relief is shown pictorially. Also
included is a calen...
Description: View down tracks of a repair crew working on Milwaukee Road tracks, near Rothschild, using a crane to help lift a rail. An unidentified highway bridge over...
Description: Congressman David R. Obey and Les Aspin at the J.I. Case Company plant.
Description: Panoramic view of 28th Avenue winding through the Town of Maine in Marathon County.
Description: View from bridge over Wild Creek on Marathon County Highway M. The creek appears frozen, although in flood. Several farms can be seen in the distance.
Description: Panoramic view of the bridge over the frozen Eau Claire River.
Description: Portrait of Holocaust survivor Fred Platner at his Wausau residence.
Description: A wintertime panoramic view of the bridge on Rainbow Drive, a local road in the Town of Halsey, Marathon County, looking east.
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