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Description: Crowd gathered on the main street to witness the delivery of McCormick binders, mowers and other machines to customers. McCormick Harvesting Machine Compan...
Date: 1870 ca.
Description: A large group of men are snagging sturgeon from a bridge over the Wolf River. A sturgeon is hanging from a line. More men are sitting on a bridge support,...
Description: Antique cars at the annual Iola Car Show.
Date: 1909 ca.
Description: Four wheel drive auto factory, with a smokestack billowing. The four-wheel drive propulsion was invented by Otto Zachow and William Besserdich. Walter A....
Description: Carlson's One Stop Market located on STH 22.
Description: Red Ford Mustangs are a center of attention at the 1989 Iola Old Car Show.
Description: Three men from the Frank Otto threshing crew. Seated in foreground is Richarrd Krenke. In the background is Ed Fink of Antigo, and to his left is Bill Henc...
Description: Roadside picnic on the way to Waupaca. Mary E. Smith is seated with a friend on a white blanket with thermoses and a picnic basket. In the background the a...
Date: 1920 ca.
Description: Copy photograph depicting storefronts along a street. This location would later become the site of Jung's General Store.
Description: Birds eye map of New London depicts street names and street locations, houses, trees, the bridge, Wolf River, and the bayou. At the bottom of the map, a re...
Date: 1916-12-04 ca.
Description: Storefronts of Malik Brothers, Paul Binder, and Frank Beer Home Bakery.
Description: "This is the Rawhide Boys Ranch, E7475 Rawhide Road, New London." Note the sign about the fish fry.
Description: Nollenberg Bridge in the Town of Union, Waupaca County, looking south.
Description: Nollenberg Road Bridge in the Town of Union.
Date: 1965 ca.
Description: Elevated view of roads, railroad tracks, building, farm fields, and a body of water.
Description: A three-story wooden structure with front porch identified as the Ward Hotel by a large sign on the front of the building. Several automobiles are parked d...
Description: Planting trout in Waupaca County. Left to right on bank: S.A. LaVoilette, Joe Samz, Lloyd Pinkawski, Edwin Kargewski, W.M. Geiger, G. Moder, Billy LaVoilet...
Description: Carl Peterson and his family, take a rest while driving their car on a rural dirt road. His son's name is Laurie and the girl is Muriel Peterson Jacobs. No...
Description: McNinch Road, an unpaved road near the Little Wolf River crossing in the town of Wyoming.
Date: 1871 ca.
Description: Bird's-eye map of Waupaca.
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