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Date: date unknown
Description: View down street with storefronts on both sides. On the left, there is a tailor shop, Pundy's Cafe, Dubow's[?] Variety Store, a clothing store, and Vander...
Description: A high school band marches down the street during MacArthur Week, a state sponsored scrap drive effort. Crowds of children and adults line both sides of th...
Description: Black and white postcard of the wooden Ford Bridge across the Willow River near Burkhardt. Trees appear on the far shore.
Date: 1899-06-12 after
Description: Elevated view over water, perhaps Hatfield Lake, of damage to houses and property caused by a tornado. Groups of people are scattered throughout the town.
Description: Men with horses, wagons, cars and trucks are parked alongside railroad tracks near a large scrap metal pile. The men are participating in a wartime scrap d...
Description: Exterior view of the Power House in Hudson.
Description: Exterior of hospital in winter, with four cars parked in front.
Date: 1870 ca.
Description: Stereographic view of New Richmond(?) during a fourth of July celebration. Identification has not been fully verified, but there was a Coombs Hotel in this...
Description: Man pulling a trailer with an International truck for J.G. Larson & Sons, an International Harvester dealership. The trailer is loaded with two old tractor...
Description: Exterior view of a railroad station in Hudson. There is a truck and a wagon parked in front of the building.
Description: Panoramic bird's-eye view. Identifiable businesses include: T.J. McNally Clothing & Shoes, M.J. Casey, The Winter Drug Store, Bank of New Richmond.
Description: Winter scene with five engines bucking snow on the Soo Line. Between January 21 and 22, 1917, 9" of snow fell with drifts up to 11.5 feet covering western...
Description: Colorized panoramic elevated view with the main commercial district in the center. The high school is on the far right.
Description: Winter scene with man walking down cleared train tracks, probably the Soo Line, next to man-sized drifts of snow, with a dog on the top of a drift. Between...
Description: Helmuth Strobush and his son Jerry haul scrap metal with a Farmall H tractor and a McCormick-Deering farm wagon. The tractor is parked near a co-op service...
Description: Men hauling wagon loads of scrap metal with a Farmall H tractor, horses, and an automobile. The men are participating in a scrap drive, possibly during Gov...
Description: Exterior view of a machine shop in Hudson, which was built in 1916. There are railroad tracks and railroad cars alongside the building.
Description: Sales girls (L to R): Patsie Anderson, Margaret Hatche, and Leone Owens distribute war bonds and stamps to farmers and other townspeople during a W.W. II s...
Description: The function known as patrol maintenance is seen performed in St. Croix County along State Highway 12 by a four-horse team pulling a road grader.
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