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Date: 1910 ca.
Description: Two logging workers pose with their team of horses who are hitched to a go-devil, used for skidding logs to a road or landing.
Description: This manuscript map is ink and watercolor on tracing cloth and shows bridges, lots, and streets. Some of the lots are in pink ink. The left of the map incl...
Description: The cheese factory owned by Bernard Herndel located on rural State Highway 13 in Marathon County.
Description: Family of four seated in a car near the Wisconsin State Horticultural Society orchard. The car is parked on a country road in front of a house.
Date: 1936 after
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 &...
Date: 1928-08 ca.
Description: John P. Wood of Wausau, winner of the 1928 National Air Reliability Tour, with his "Waco from Wausau." Also in the photograph are Wood's prizes: the Edsel...
Description: Man delivers serviced bowling balls from an International Scout truck. The truck was owned by Day's Bowl-A-Dome.
Description: Three women sit in the back of a Hudson Touring car, while a fourth woman stands behind the car on the side rail. All four women wear scarves over their ha...
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...
Date: 1900 ca.
Description: View from bridge of the main business district.
Description: Race winners John P. Wood and Archie Towell, both of Wausau, during the National Air Reliability Tour's stop in Wausau.
Date: date unknown
Description: Exterior view of the First National Bank. There are people standing on the pavement outside the bank with a horse-drawn carriage parked on the street.
Description: The Log Cabin Kitchen restaurant located along Business 51 in Schofield. The building was constructed to resemble a log cabin. A few cars can be seen park...
Description: Water churns under a railroad bridge as the spring thaw swells the Wisconsin River.
Description: Home office and plant of the Bar-coat Black Top Company on US Highway 51 north of Mosinee.
Description: Congressman David Obey introduces a local resident (back to camera), to President Jimmy Carter. Many photographers stand around the edge of the group and a...
Description: Aftermath of a flood. Debris of railroad ties, tracks, and cars are scattered beneath a bridge.
Description: Letterhead of John J. Sherman, a real estate broker and tax, title, collection, and passenger agent in Wausau, Wisconsin, with images of men felling trees...
Description: View down tracks of a repair crew working on Milwaukee Road tracks, near Rothschild, using a crane to help lift a rail. An unidentified highway bridge over...
Date: 1913 ca.
Description: View down riverbank towards dam of a river around Wausau. Two men and a limber (two-wheeled cart) are near the rivers edge. A man, perhaps a construction w...
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