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Description: This 1915 map shows railroads, wagon roads, trails, creeks, rivers, lakes, and trout streams in Oneida and Lincoln counties within a 12 mile radius of Rhin...
Description: According to the Minocqua Times, work on this yellow-glazed brick station, which stands at 329 Front Street, began in late 1931.
Date: 1921 ca.
Description: A boy parades past the Oneida County courthouse with a sign that reads, "Others Quickly Followed."
Description: Outdoor group portrait of older campers, with counselors, posed in front of a camp building. The girls in the front row are holding a sign that reads: "A S...
Description: Large group portrait, including six cooks, of people of the 643rd Company, C.C.C. at Camp Virgin Lake.
Description: View across water towards three campers in a canoe who are silhouetted against a sunset over a lake. The tree-lined shoreline is in the far background.
Description: View from shoreline from pier of campers in boats on the water. Rowing crews and kayaks are in the foreground. Original caption notes that this image offer...
Description: A group of students laying down on the floor of their kindergarten classroom, probably for nap time. In the background there is a fireplace surrounded with...
Description: View across water of five young women in a rowboat near the shoreline. For a complete description of the Joy Camps fleet of boats, see Image ID 108160.
Description: View from Camp Pioneer looking east along the north shore of bay (Lake Raymond, now known as Seventeen Lake). There are piers on the shoreline, and a raft...
Date: 1897 before
Description: Lumbertown Street (Now Highway 47). There are horse-drawn carts and a car. Sailors burned down Lumbertown in 1897. It was later built up as a resort town....
Date: 1962 ca.
Description: This map shows roads, golf courses, ski areas, boat landings, camp sites, waysides, parks, beaches, scenic views, virgin timber tracts, airports, boys and...
Date: 1950 ca.
Description: Margo Pirie and Sue Ann Hackett on an outdoor camping trip. They are seated near a campfire with a tent in the background.
Description: Page from Joy Camps photo album displaying four photographs of campers participating in outdoor camping. Left photograph shows campers cooking over a campf...
Description: Outdoor group portrait of campers and counselors, with cabin in the background. Original caption notes: "Cabin IV — the older of the two groups making up C...
Description: Wisconsin Conservation Department fish hatchery near Woodruff.
Description: Exterior view of the Whippoorwill cottage at Styza's Birchwood Lodge on Garth Lake. A black automobile is parked in front of the building and trees surroun...
Description: Young girl sitting in a rowboat on the water baiting a fishing hook. A metal can sits beside her on the seat. Original caption notes: "Perch, large and sma...
Description: An exterior view of the ranger station at 7271 Main Street.
Description: View of the town from a boxcar.
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