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Date: 1928 ca.

Description: Walter J. Kohler, Sr., (partially hidden, wearing a straw hat and with a flower in his lapel) makes a stop to which he had flown in his airplane, the "Vill...

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Marinette View

Date:  date unknown

Description: Elevated view of Marinette looking toward the mouth of the river from the tower of City Hall. Fences, fields, and industrial buildings are in the foregroun...

Date: 1895-09-05 

Description: Matthew H. Stephenson, his wife Julia Hebert Stephenson, and their son William Clinton pose with produce samples from the Menomonee River Boom Company gard...

Photograph

Corn Picking

Date:  date unknown

Description: Woman picking corn on a farm.

Photograph

Squash Harvest

Date: 1920 ca.

Description: A woman stands amid a patch of squash plants and shows off a large squash in Marinette County.

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Clearing the Land

Date: 1905 ca.

Description: Man and woman using a double-handled saw to clear trees from their land.

Date: 1918 ca.

Description: Elevated view of two women working in a large vegetable garden. A long building, perhaps a barn, and a smaller building are on the left. In the background...

Date: 1890 ca.

Description: View of the Peshtigo Company sawmill including the old wooden dam in the foreground. There are logs in the water on the left.

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Description: Two men with cows in the barnyard of farm.

A Hand-Book for the Homeseeker

Read about the dream of successful farming in northern Wisconsin in 1895.

Date: 1909 

Description: Scene near what may be Coleman, perhaps on the shore of Green Bay on Lake Michigan. View through tall grass towards a man standing next to an automobile lo...

Photograph

Flint Corn

Date: 1895-09-05 

Description: A man is driving a McCormick harvester with a team of horses, cutting and binding a crop of flint ("Indian") corn, on the farm of S.D.D. Newton, five miles...

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