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Description: A group of students laying down on the floor of their kindergarten classroom, probably for nap time. In the background there is a fireplace surrounded with...
Date: 1921 ca.
Description: A boy parades past the Oneida County courthouse with a sign that reads, "Others Quickly Followed."
Description: A group portrait of eleven kindergarten students and their teacher, Winnifred Ahrens Spring, standing outside of a building, probably the West Side School.
Description: Interior view of the Rhinelander Public Library. The library opened in 1904 funded with a $15,000 donation by Andrew Carnegie. Several shelves are labeled,...
Description: Letterhead of the Oneida County Clerk's office, with a three-quarter view of the county building and boys playing ball, riding a penny-farthing bicycle, an...
Photographs of Public Libraries in Wisconsin
Date: date unknown
Description: Rhinelander paper mill. The holding pond for the paper mill is in the foreground.
Description: A portrait of two young students, a boy and a girl, standing next to each other and holding hands near the fireplace in their kindergarten classroom. The f...
Description: Interior view of the Rhinelander Public Library. The library opened in 1904 funded with a $15,000 donation by Andrew Carnegie. There is a portrait of Abrah...
Description: A view from water of the Thunder Lake Lumber Co., one of the largest sawmills in Rhinelander. It was located on Lake Creek and operated until 1937.
Description: View from lake of Camp Idyle Wyld. A two-story wet boathouse, a windmill, and several cabins are visible along the shoreline.
Description: Page from Sue Ann Hackett Blue Album displaying several scenes from the interior of Cabin I. Includes photographs of girls on bunk beds, storage areas next...
Description: Group of resort and hotel owners gathered in front of a Wisconsin tourism sign that reads: "Relax In Wisconsin." There is a building in the background.
Description: Page from Sue Ann Hackett Blue Album displaying several scenes from a canoe trip on the Lower Kaubashine Creek. Includes photographs of Joy Camps canoes on...
Description: Store includes a Post Office, owned by Cyrus Yawkey. Men, child, and two dogs are on the porch.
Description: A young girl posed near a window and glancing up. The window has a stained glass panel, possibly depicting the nursery rhyme character Humpty Dumpty.
Description: Wisconsin Conservatin Department fish hatchery in the vicinity of Woodruff.
Description: Interior view of the Rhinelander Public Library. The library opened in 1904 funded with a $15,000 donation by Andrew Carnegie. In the foreground are readin...
Date: 1910 ca.
Description: Jacob E. Friend residence showing the main house, barn, bath house, and boat house.
Date: 1900 ca.
Description: Oneida County Court House, later used as the county Normal School.
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