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Description: Exterior of Saint Mary's Church and Parsonage. The view from across the street shows a United States Flag in front of the parsonage.
Description: View across railroad tracks of cart loads of mail sacks on the platform, awaiting the arrival of the next train. The four men standing on the left have bee...
Date: 1943 ca.
Description: A map that shows the lands for sale by the Tomahawk Land Company of Tomahawk, Wisconsin, in the counties of Langlade, Lincoln, Oneida, and Price. The map s...
Description: Exterior of the Saint Mary's Catholic Church. The view from across the street features the church building's stained glass windows and belfry.
Description: Six men posing with the first trackless trolley. Wisconsin Valley Electric Company #4.
Date: 1923 ca.
Description: This blue line print map shows townships, landownership, roads, residences, churches, schools, town halls, saw mills, and cheese factories. Includes red ma...
Description: This map of Tomahawk shows the Wisconsin River, numbered lots, and labeled streets. The back of the map reads: "Henry C. Payne, 424 Broadway, - - Milwaukee...
Description: When Phil Kilinski built this unique Dutch Mill gas station six miles north of Tomahawk in the mid 1940s, he created a whimsical attraction that successful...
Description: Exterior of Sacred Heart Hospital. The brick hospital building features a porch, balcony, and a covered entrance. Published by C. E. Macomber.
Description: Exterior view of Clifford Co-operative Association, which was organized in 1906 by a group of Finnish farmers.
Date: 1910 ca.
Description: The First National Bank on East Main Street.
Date: 1918 ca.
Description: Theta Mead standing next to her car on a rural dirt road holding a book under her arm.
Description: View of Bradley Park, named in 1910 after the consolidation of 105 acres previously referred to as Prospect Point and Hog's Back. A man observes men boati...
Date: 1900 ca.
Description: This map shows areas of Merrill, Corning, Scott, Rock Falls, Russel, Pelisan, Pine River, Ackley, and the Wisconsin River. The left margin of the map inclu...
Description: View of a shoreline and boat surrounded by trees. Published by J. C. Webster.
Description: A man boats near the shoreline at Prospect Point. Prospect Point consolidated with Hog's Back in 1910 to form 105 acres of land and was renamed Bradley Pa...
Description: Studio portrait in front of a painted backdrop of eight young women, each standing and holding a bicycle. Three of the women also hold brownie cameras.
Description: View across road of the log buildings and farm home of August Krueger. Two women and three men stand near the fence along the road. One of the men holds a...
Date: 1930 ca.
Description: This map of Tomahawk shows landownership, an original plat of the city, various plat additions, roads, and railroads. The map includes annotations of road...
Date: 1920 ca.
Description: Winter scene with Theta Mead shoveling her car out of a snow drift.
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