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Description: View down middle of two railroad tracks towards the railroad depot. Freight cars are on another set of railroad tracks on the left, and in the far backgrou...
Description: Harvesters wade through cranberries contained by booms in the cranberry marsh as they travel on a conveyor belt into the waiting trucks.
Description: Exterior view of the graded school. There is a bell tower above the entrance.
Description: The 7575 North Port Washington Road station was built in 1966. The building itself, with its spirited architecture, bold colors, and soaring canopy, was bo...
Description: Label submitted to the state of Wisconsin for trademark registration. Red and yellow label with the words: "Selected Wisconsin Strawberries." A box of stra...
Description: Exterior of Oak Hill farm, home of H.H. Harris, one of the pioneers of the strawberry growing and shipping industry in Wisconsin.
Date: 1920 ca.
Description: The Carnegie Library in Sparta.
Description: A man wearing waders walks knee-deep through floating cranberries. The wooden boards floating in the water are booms to contain the cranberries for harvest...
Description: Tomah Indian School with boys standing in front of the entrance sign.
Description: Looking Northwest. Workers are standing on the right next to the exposed drainage pipes in the damaged bridge. Sheets and quilts are covering the entranc...
Description: Men building a cranberry marsh using an International T-20 TracTracTor (crawler tractor) on the farm of Oscar O. Potter. The tractor is pulling a "turnover...
Description: Bird's-eye map of Tomah.
Description: A portrait of Margaret Frederick, Cashton, who has a large number of living descendants: 10 children, 86 grandchildren and 42 great-grandchildren.
Description: View of Main Street from its intersection with Oak Street. On the left corner is a bank and two drug stores. On the right are two restaurants and a shoe sh...
Date: 1905 ca.
Description: View of Superior Avenue, with the Tomah Hardware store in the left foreground.
Description: Group of men harvesting cranberries.
Description: View from shoreline of bridge and stream.
Description: A tree near the city hall. The church, with a bell tower, is nearby in the background.
Date: 1911 ca.
Description: View from inside railroad tunnel of four men walking near the entrance on railroad tracks. A hand-drawn border features a pennant with the letter "A" on it...
Description: Exterior of the home of A.A. Dumez.
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