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Date: 1923 ca.
Description: This blue line print map shows townships, landownership, roads, residences, churches, schools, town halls, saw mills, and cheese factories. Includes red ma...
Date: 1910 ca.
Description: The First National Bank on East Main Street.
Description: This map of Tomahawk shows the Wisconsin River, numbered lots, and labeled streets. The back of the map reads: "Henry C. Payne, 424 Broadway, - - Milwaukee...
Date: 1900 ca.
Description: View down a road with a bakery and restaurant and a paint, oil, and wallpaper store visible in the right foreground.
Date: 1930 ca.
Description: This map of Tomahawk shows landownership, an original plat of the city, various plat additions, roads, and railroads. The map includes annotations of road...
Description: This standard U.S.G.S. topographic map was annotated by civil engineer and railroad historian James P. Kaysen to show the location of existing and defunct...
Date: 1922 before
Description: Theta Mead in a horse-drawn wagon along with another woman and three children.
Date: date unknown
Description: A color postcard depicting a crowd at the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul station.
Description: Exterior view of Clifford Co-operative Association, which was organized in 1906 by a group of Finnish farmers.
Description: View of a shoreline and boat surrounded by trees. Published by J. C. Webster.
Description: View of Bradley Park, named in 1910 after the consolidation of 105 acres previously referred to as Prospect Point and Hog's Back. A man observes men boati...
Description: Exterior of the Saint Mary's Catholic Church. The view from across the street features the church building's stained glass windows and belfry.
Description: The wreck of John Kaminski's plane, where he had been scheduled to fly at the Fourth of July festivities.
Date: 1905 ca.
Description: View of Wisconsin Avenue, lined by various buildings on either side.
Date: 1920 ca.
Description: Winter scene with Theta Mead shoveling her car out of a snow drift.
Date: 1943 ca.
Description: A map that shows the lands for sale by the Tomahawk Land Company of Tomahawk, Wisconsin, in the counties of Langlade, Lincoln, Oneida, and Price. The map s...
Description: View from lake of the buildings of the Sunflower Cottage Resort. People are canoeing and boating in the lake in front of the resort, and a few people are s...
Description: Elevated view of the first passenger train to arrive at Merrill, a Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway train. The passengers are waiting on a platform an...
Description: Six men posing with the first trackless trolley. Wisconsin Valley Electric Company #4.
Description: When Phil Kilinski built this unique Dutch Mill gas station six miles north of Tomahawk in the mid 1940s, he created a whimsical attraction that successful...
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