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Description: A couple of Obama supporters in a makeshift bed across from John McCain rally line.
Description: Opening day for the new bridge named "Cameron Avenue Bridge."
Community: La Crosse
County: La Crosse
Historic Name: William Zurn Beverage
Reference Number: 32219
Description: Kathy Vehrenkamp, Mrs. Oktoberfest 1991, walking down the sidewalk in costume and proudly displaying her ribbon.
Reference Number: 33269
Reference Number: 80016
Reference Number: 34254
Historic Name: Benjamin & Jessie Ott House
Reference Number: 42337
Description: Two women (Frauleins) in costume pose for a picture at Oktoberfest.
Date: 1908 ca.
Description: The Cameron House
Reference Number: 34652
Reference Number: 80017
Historic Name: La Crosse Tribune Building
Reference Number: 32220
Historic Name: Public Square
Reference Number: 73978
Date: 1900 after
Description: This map of La Crosse shows twenty wards, some rural lots with acreages, streets, railroads, depots, bridges, cemeteries, parks, schools, islands, and the...
Reference Number: 34255
Description: Mrs. Curt Reithel, a La Crosse County Democratic Headquarters worker, on the phone during the 2012 Election run-up. She is seated at a desk. A brick wall i...
Historic Name: Charles & Elizabeth Smith House
Reference Number: 79733
Description: A view of young students at Lincoln School clustered around a long table and drinking milk out of glass bottles. In the background two art easels and plant...
Description: A young girl dressed in red, white, and blue watches the Memorial Day parade while holding an American flag and sitting in a chair on the sidewalk.
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