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Historic Name: SABEAN BOARDING HOUSE
Reference Number: 18532
Historic Name: HARPER HOUSE
Reference Number: 18311
Historic Name: ROY ALEXANDER HOUSE
Reference Number: 18517
Historic Name: LEE SWIFT HOUSE (1915-UN)
Reference Number: 18312
Historic Name: HAYWARD RANGER STATION, RANGER DWELLING NO.2
Reference Number: 23166
Date: 1915 ca.
Description: Front view of a public grade school.
Historic Name: North Wisconsin Lumber Company Office
Reference Number: 18537
Date: 1935 ca.
Description: View from road of clapboard buildings, one with a large enclosed front porch, bordering the roadway. There is a Cities Service Oils gas pump and a sign for...
Reference Number: 18518
Historic Name: NASH HOUSE (1918-UN)
Reference Number: 18533
Historic Name: VEES HOTEL
Reference Number: 18520
Historic Name: RAILWAY EXPRESS AGENCY OFFICE
Reference Number: 18529
Date: date unknown
Description: Gus Sharlow, a Native American Indian World War I soldier from Hayward, Wisconsin.
Description: View of the Sawyer County Bank with a group of people posed near its doorway. The Sawyer County Bank was organized on March 3, 1884 with a capital stock of...
Reference Number: 18500
Historic Name: GIBLIN HOTEL
Reference Number: 18538
Reference Number: 18534
Description: Exterior view of walkway with a rustic gate leading up to the front entrance of a log cabin at King's Lodge on Moose Lake.
Description: A small white playhouse with lattice trim is situated amongst newly planted spruce trees. Nearby is a large, elaborate, multi-level birdhouse.
Description: Five men in three wooden row boats lifting fyke nets out of northern Wisconsin lake. The men are doing conservation work, netting for walleyes and muskies.
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