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Date: date unknown
Description: Exterior of the Catholic church and parsonage.
Date: 1890 ca.
Description: Men pose on top of and in front of the Spaulding, Van Hoosier & Company Sawmill.
Description: Colorized postcard of a river and tree-lined shore. Rocks are visible in the river and a bridge can be seen in the background.
Description: View uphill towards the central business district. Commercial buildings on the left include a service station and Hotel Thorp. On the right are commercial...
Date: 1909 ca.
Description: The Soo line roundhouse.
Date: 1905 ca.
Description: Hewitt Street Bridge and Roller Mill on Oneill Creek.
Date: 1939 ca.
Description: Reservoir used to store water for raising cranberries. A large group of people are walking around the perimeter towards automobiles parked in the distance....
Description: Wisconsin Central locomotive No #50 and pile driver No #2 working near Owen. Men stand on and around the tracks.
Description: A view of downtown Thorp. Lampposts lining the street on both sides. Cars parked at the curbs on both sides. A couple cars driving away down the street. On...
Description: Wisconsin Central locomotive no. 257 (left) and Abbotsford and Northeastern Railroad locomotive No.1. The engineer is Lew Choate and the fireman is Ole "Ji...
Description: Letterhead of Al. Strebe, dealer of Overland and Willys-Knight automobiles in Abbotsford, Wisconsin, with side views of women driving and riding in two aut...
Description: Sheriff Edward (Ace) Fischer, prisoner Robert Winslow, and Officer Ray Case, seated in an automobile with a man and woman looking in the window.
Description: The farm of the Pomputis family near Longwood, where Sennett and Winslow hid out and were captured.
Date: 1913 ca.
Description: Depot owned by the Fairchild and Northeastern Railroad, which was owned by the N.C. Foster Lumber Company.
Description: View from shoreline of the Fairchild & Northeastern steam locomotive pulling a load of logs over the Black River bridge near Greenwood. A man is standing o...
Description: Eight North Bright School pupils and teacher filling International truck and trailer with scrap metal collected for salvage drive during Governor Julius P....
Description: Elevated exterior view of the H.P. Ghent woodworking shop. A horse stands in the grass near a shoreline on the right, and a wagon parked near the shop bear...
Description: Letterhead of Blue Moon Foods, Inc., of Thorp, Wisconsin, with a border of waves, a blue sailboat, and a blue moon, and a wheel of Gold-N-Rich cheese, and...
Description: Neighbors of the Pomputis family and newspaper reporters wait on a highway near the farm where the confessed murderers were hiding.
Description: Buford Sennett, confessed murderer, soon after his capture at the Pomputis farm, sitting between a police officer and the driver of the car.
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