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Date: date unknown
Description: Front of St. Croix County Insane Asylum.
Description: A man stands in ten acres of flowering onion plants, planted for seed, in the Grant Bros. gardens. A horse pulls a buggy in the field in the background. Wo...
Date: 1877 ca.
Description: The Moffat Octagon House, erected in 1855 by Judge John S. Moffat.
Date: 1899-06-12 after
Description: Still smoldering fires and wreckage amidst debris left in the wake of a tornado.
Description: Letterhead of The Sanatorium Company, with a three-quarter view of the sanatorium building set into a background of flowers and banners proclaiming the ben...
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: This early 20th century map of Saint Croix County, Wisconsin, shows the township and range grid, sections, towns, villages, roads, railroads, and lakes and...
Description: A hand-drawn poster, including a star design and two photographs, advertising Oak Hill Farm, founded by Mr. and Mrs. H.H. Harris.
Description: Front of High School.
Description: Page House, built in 1856 by Father McGee as a rectory for the Catholic Church. The house stands on Second Street, overlooking the St. Croix River.
Description: Helene Stratman-Thomas, possibly at the home of Donalda La Grandeur, a singer of French-Canadian songs who recorded for Stratman-Thomas.
Date: 1917 ca.
Description: Man loading ice from loading dock with an International Model F (or 31) truck. The truck was operated by the Hudson/Willow River Ice Company. There is a la...
Description: Exterior of hospital in winter, with four cars parked in front.
Description: The remains of a house damaged by a tornado. The roof and much of the structure have been completely removed and destroyed. Other debris litters the surrou...
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: John De Roy pulling a trailer load of scrap metal with a Farmall-H tractor. The metal was collected as part of a scrap drive.
Description: Memohead of the Glenwood Public Schools, with a three-quarter view of a school building, and names of school officials. Printed in blue ink on memo pad pap...
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: Winter scene with men clearing a pathway through mounds of snow, New Richmond, Wisconsin.
Description: The north fork on the Kinnikinnick River.
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