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Description: Bird's-eye map of Neillsville, with inset.
Date: 1909 ca.
Description: The Soo line roundhouse.
Description: A street scene with the train depot on the left. An automobile parked on the street side. A seed store on the next block with someone entering it. There is...
Description: Purebred Shire and Cleveland bay mares graze on the Neillsville Stock Farm, with haystacks, barn, and a large stripped tree in the center.
Description: Group portrait of schoolchildren with an adult female in a forest setting.
Description: Sheriff Edward (Ace) Fischer, prisoner Robert Winslow, and Officer Ray Case, seated in an automobile with a man and woman looking in the window.
Date: 1896 ca.
Description: An interior view through a curtained doorway of Captain J.W. Hommrel's(?) home. The Victorian interior includes tapestries, patterned wallpaper, and many p...
Description: View uphill towards the central business district. Commercial buildings on the left include a service station and Hotel Thorp. On the right are commercial...
Description: The family whose farm was the location where the alleged murderers were captured is pictured left to right: Anthony Pomputis, a friend of Robert Winslow, (...
Date: date unknown
Description: Interior of a Catholic church. View of front of the church with the altar and religious icons. There are ornate designs near the ceiling and the arch to th...
Description: The farm of the Pomputis family near Longwood, where Sennett and Winslow hid out and were captured.
Description: Wreck of a Minneapolis, St. Paul & Sault St. Marie Railroad train on a bridge over the Black River near Withee. The damage is so severe that the cars have...
Description: The office of the Minneapolis, St. Paul, and Sault Ste. Marie Railroad. Left to right: Bert Spaulding, an Owen business man; mail clerk Frank Dick; L.H. Lu...
Description: Interior view through curtained doorway of the Woodard's Victorian-era home. Elaborate rugs and wallpaper adorn the house, in addition to plants and wooden...
Description: Workers use machinery inside a woodworking shop owned by H.P. Ghent. An International P-12 power unit is on the left side of the room.
Date: 1913 ca.
Description: Depot owned by the Fairchild and Northeastern Railroad, which was owned by the N.C. Foster Lumber Company.
Date: 1913-04-04 ca.
Description: Elevated view of the Soo Line train crossing a bridge over the Black River near Withee. The three x's indicate places where the bridge had been damaged by...
Date: 1940 ca.
Description: Winnebago Indian Mission School of the Evangelical and Reformed Church. This boarding school for Indian children was established in 1917 near Black River F...
Description: Damage caused by a tornado to a barn near Reseburg. The caption notes that the farm was rented and that "moonshine" was being made there. Some locals at t...
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