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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...
Date: 1899 after
Description: View of Hotel Hutchinson, situated at the corner of two streets. The entrance stands beneath a bell tower and a group of boys, some with bicycles, stands...
Date: 1920 ca.
Description: Copy photograph of a man and boy standing at the road. This location would later become the site of Jung's General Store. The photograph has a horse and bu...
Description: Parade float parked by the side of a road. It is advertising Republican candidates running for office. The portraits on the float are of Wisconsin Governor...
Description: Carl Peterson and his children take a rest while driving their car on a rural dirt road.
Description: Antique cars at the annual Iola Car Show.
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: McNinch Road, an unpaved road near the Little Wolf River crossing in the town of Wyoming.
Description: Red Ford Mustangs are a center of attention at the 1989 Iola Old Car Show.
Description: A man pumps water from the Wolf River into the back of a horse-drawn wagon to haul to a steam engine. There is a building on the left, and more buildings o...
Description: Gray Czeskleba ran a hardware store at 206 West Fulton Street in Waupaca before turning exclusively to gasoline and oil distribution in 1925.
Date: 1909 ca.
Description: The first successful four-wheel drive vehicle was made in Clintonville, in 1909. The inventor, Otto Zachow, is the man seated at the rear of the steam-powe...
Description: Water Street Bridge over the Waupaca River in the city of Waupaca.
Description: Rail siding and hand car with crew at Slashing, Waupaca County. Three men stand on a hand car. Another man sits on a load of logs in the background.
Date: date unknown
Description: A distant view of Weyauwega, taken from a dirt road. The backs of various businesses and homes are visible, along with a lake and railroad cars.
Description: View from the Water Street Bridge over the Waupaca River toward the Waupaca Water Department.
Description: A twenty-five foot high round silo featured on the farm of F.D. Parish, 4.5 miles southeast of Waupaca. The silo is twenty feet in diameter. Two men are ge...
Description: Carlson's One Stop Market located on STH 22.
Date: 1910 ca.
Description: View of town roads and buildings with stumpland foreground.
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