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Date: 1909 ca.
Description: Winding tributaries leading to Mississippi River.
Date: 1920 ca.
Description: Hotel Stoddard, "built by a company of wealthy citizens in response to a popular demand for a first-class hotel. It cost $240,000 and is one of the finest...
Date: date unknown
Description: Harbor full of steamboats. The shoreline is bustling with people walking amidst the buildings, piers and bridges.
Date: 1908 ca.
Description: La Crosse High School.
Description: Grandad Bluff.
Date: 1915 ca.
Description: The Losey Memorial Arch, built in honor of Joseph W. Losey. Mr. Losey was an early pioneer lawyer of the town, made District Attorney in 1857 and City Atto...
Date: 1911 ca.
Description: The John Gund Brewing Company buildings.
Description: Steamboat on the shoreline of the Mississippi River with passengers.
Date: 1900 ca.
Description: Elevated view of La Crosse from Grand Dad's Bluff.
Description: The Holway Mansion.
Date: 1910 ca.
Description: The sidewheel packet, Quincy, tied up at the levee. Bridge in background. Later named J.S.
Description: The G. Heileman Brewing Co. buildings.
Date: 1905 ca.
Description: Main Street.
Description: Main Street looking eastwards from Third Street. E.M. Young's Drugstore can be seen in the lower lefthand corner.
Description: Looking toward Grand Dad Bluff.
Description: A view of Main street, looking east from Fourth Street. It is interesting to note that "The Largest Whiskey House" saloon is located next door to a drug st...
Description: The flour mill at Listman Mill Company.
Description: Fourth Street, looking north from Pearl Street.
Description: The Mississippi River front showing Listman's Mills.
Description: The State Teacher's College. On postcard the college is called State Normal School.
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