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Description: The approach to the Scott Street Bridge in Wausau, with the Wausau Cab Co. building and a large sign advertising the First American Bank, a "tower of stren...
Date: 1912 after
Description: Elevated view of Wausau from the edge of town looking toward residences and businesses. Hills are in the far background.
Description: View looking north under Wausau's Scott Street (also State Highway H 29 and Business 51) Bridge, with a railroad bridge in the foreground and the warehouse...
Date: 1910 ca.
Description: View looking South down Third Street near Scott. The street is filled with a large crowd, bikes and automobiles. Banners and flags are along the sidewalk i...
Date: 1936 after
Description: A view of the Marathon County Park. Many children are playing in the water surrounding a stone fountain, while others watch from the benches.
Date: date unknown
Description: View of the Wisconsin Central Railroad crossing a railroad bridge at Knowlton.
Description: Winter view over fields of town with hills in the far background.
Description: Side view of the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway engine no. 207, a yard engine.
Description: On a rainy day a Gardners' Bakery truck makes a delivery to Miller's Corner IGA Grocery Store on STH 153.
Date: 1900 ca.
Description: Front view of the Wausau Railroad Station with power lines in the foreground.
Date: 1920 ca.
Description: View down snow-covered street with trees and houses along left side.
Description: Water of Big Bull Falls or the Wisconsin River rapidly flows underneath two railroad bridges. Pedestrians cross the bridges while peering over at the over...
Description: Race winners John P. Wood and Archie Towell, both of Wausau, during the National Air Reliability Tour's stop in Wausau.
Description: President Jimmy Carter's visit meant extra duty for the local police force. An elevated sign in the background reads "Newman High School, Welcome, Peace Pr...
Description: Constructed of red brick and capped by a steeply pitched gable roof accented with gently flared eaves, this one-story station, built in the mid-1920s, rese...
Description: View from street of commercial area with storefronts and pedestrians. Many cars are parked on both sides of the street. Visible storefront signs read, "S &...
Description: View of the Cereal Mills Company building with men and a horse-drawn buggy outside.
Description: The Chicago and Northwestern Railway Bridge spans Big Bull Falls. Multiple industrial buildings are visible in the background.
Description: Martin Keefe, owner of the livery stable, drives a horse-drawn hearse, which has sled runners. The hearse was for the funeral of Mrs. Tom Hill. The buildin...
Description: Bridge over the frozen Trappe River.
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