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Date: 1956 ca.
Description: Woman and four children seated in front of a makeshift tent that serves as their home. There is a washtub and washboard in the foreground and laundry hangs...
Description: Young man and a dog in the yard outside a dilapidated shack in the woods that serves as a dwelling. Laundry hangs from a line at left.
Description: Five children seated in front of a dilapidated shack that serves as a dwelling. Three dogs roam in the front yard.
Date: 1950 ca.
Description: A jigsaw in the hands of Harry Westphal makes smooth curves on the end of a piece of wood.
Description: Outdoor portrait of Robert Walker. He recorded lumberjack songs for collector Helene Stratman-Thomas.
Date: date unknown
Description: Quarter-length portrait of Simon Onanguisse Kahquados (1851-1930) of Forest County, Wisconsin, the last hereditary chief of the Potowatomi.
Date: 1910 ca.
Description: Crandon courthouse and jail.
Description: Man in uniform leaning up against the base of a large tree.
Description: View down commercial street. The stores are (from left to right): First County State Bank, a variety store, a bakery, First National Bank, a drugstore, the...
Description: George J. Gunther standing among hives, with a swarm of bees on his arm.
Description: Two men stand at the base of the White Pine tree reported in 1945 to be the largest in the world at 16.8' in circumference and 140.42' in height. Larger sp...
Description: Simon Onanguisse Kahquados (1851-1930) of Forest County, Wisconsin, the last hereditary chief of the Potowatomi. This image is part of an exhibit about Nat...
Description: A view of the Soo Line Depot and railroad tracks running through the town at Armstrong Creek. A man, child, and a dog are walking on the railroad tracks.
Date: 1911 ca.
Description: Front view of the Grand Plank Hotel with a man standing on its front porch.
Date: 1935 ca.
Description: This map shows land for sale by the company in northwestern part of Nicolet National Forest. The map also shows shoreline acreages, railroads, roads, trail...
Description: View down commercial street. The shops are: Crandon Baking Company, a drugstore, the Hotel Hellstrom and Livery, a restaurant, First National Bank, a baker...
Date: 1921 ca.
Description: Postcard depicting a group of Potawatomi men at Stone Lake playing the game of moccasin. This image is part of an exhibit about Native Americans prepared...
Description: Car driving automobile near two buildings, perhaps outhouses.
Date: 1922 ca.
Description: Tecumsa, a Potowatomi, and his family. Tecumsa was the keeper of the sacred tribal drum.
Description: A group of farm workers, four men and four children, pose on the farm of H.D. Dutcher. The men are stacking a large pile of timothy hay, using a ladder to...
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