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Description: View of Grand Avenue Bridge, built in 1922. The Commercial Hotel stands on the right bank; it began operation in 1881.
Description: Exterior of Dixon Hotel featuring an overhang supported by groups of Ionic columns. Pedestrians walk along the sidewalk around the hotel, and a child stand...
Description: Letterhead of the Felker Brothers Manufacturing Company. At the top is a color illustration of a landscape with a red barn, a farmhouse, silos, and a culve...
Date: 1880 ca.
Description: View of flood damage, showing wrecked buildings along the Wisconsin River waterfront.
Description: Two-story wood frame building with an awning over the front right entrance. Smaller buildings are on the right along the dirt road.
Date: 1925 ca.
Description: A high school building in Marshfield.
Description: The proposed plans of Hotel Mead.
Description: Letterhead of Spafford, Cole & Lipke of Grand Rapids, Wisconsin, general merchandise dealers, with a front view of its two side-by-side buildings; the stor...
Description: The Hotel Blodgett, between the Paulsen Shoe Company and Trio Theater.
Date: 1920 ca.
Description: Small group of men and boys gathered outside a traditional elm-bark structure at the upper part of the Skunk Hill community. A young boy stands on the supp...
Description: View of the front entrance to the Congregational Church. The Church is made of stone and has stained glass windows.
Description: View of the Consolidated Paper Company Offices and Mills, which formed in 1894. The buildings stand on the bank of the Wisconsin River.
Description: View down Grand Avenue. Automobiles park on either side of the avenue and drive down the street past traffic signs, stating, "Keep to the Right." On the...
Description: View down Second Street. Automobiles park on either side of the street near bicycles and pedestrians. Stores line the street and the Wood County National...
Description: Exterior view of the First National Bank. Front and Center Streets.
Description: This map is a photocopy of a map that has been hand-colored and shows streets, the Wisconsin River, Mill Pond, and points of interest that include a school...
Description: Automobiles drive past storefronts and can be seen parked on either side of Grand Avenue. Pedestrians walk on the sidewalk near the Citizens National Bank...
Date: 1926-09-05 before
Description: Left interior panel of the Hotel Witter dinner menu, with a tipped-in photographic three-quarter view of the exterior of the hotel, printed in blue ink.
Description: Exterior of the Elks Club and the Wood County Telephone Company. Automobiles park in front of the two buildings.
Date: 1905 ca.
Description: Semi-panoramic view of the Nekoosa Paper Company plant on the Wisconsin River.
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