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Description: Rural dirt road in the town of Antigo.
Description: This map shows lakes, rivers, railroads, and the soil types of Langlade County. Legends of soil types, conventional signs, and stoniness and slope are incl...
Description: Memohead of the Bacon Ironing Board Company of Antigo, Wisconsin, with an illustration of a woman wearing a long dress with billowy sleeves and a lace-trim...
Description: Two-story log cabin and shed in a forest. The building was used by early settlers in Langlade County near Antigo.
Description: Exterior of Goldberg's Department Store. Merchandise is displayed in the storefront windows and an American flag is on the roof of the building.
Description: Mrs. Ollie Jacobs and her daughter Pearl Jacobs Borusky outdoors.
Description: Five Boy Scouts raising the American flag in park area.
Description: Photographic postcard of the crowd gathered to see the laying of the corner stone for the new Episcopal Church. Men and women, many of them wearing hats, s...
Description: View of residential houses on Superior Street.
Description: A plat map of the township of Norwood in Langlade County.
Description: A group of girls gathers on a wooden walkway in the central business district.
Description: The first house built in Antigo, the Francis A. Deleglise house. It was constructed in 1878.
Description: Two men stand in a field of millet owned by Henry Higgins.
Description: Mrs. Ollie Jacobs (b. 1862), seated in wheelchair.
Description: Letterhead of Chas. (Charles) Beard, a grower of fancy rural New York seed potatoes from Elcho, Wisconsin, with a duotone image of a potato, and "One of My...
Date: 1900 ca.
Description: Interior view of Congregational Church with stained glass windows.
Date: 1913 ca.
Description: View of side and front of the St. Ambrose Episcopal Church. Two people are standing near the ivy which is growing up the side of the tower near the arched...
Description: Color postcard of the front of E. Wigderson's Department Store located on the southwest corner of 5th Avenue and Superior Street.
Description: Color photographic postcard of the east side of Langlade County Memorial Hospital.
Description: Photographic postcard of twelve workers wearing hats posing on top of the Dells Dam on the Wolf River. Water can be seen flowing through the dam at the bot...
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