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Date: 1935 ca.
Description: Two-story log building surrounded by immature trees on Moose Lake. There is a flagpole on the left, and automobiles are parked in the foreground.
Description: Large group portrait of Lac Courte Oreilles Indians in traditional garb at the Victory Festival.
Description: Small shack on shore of Little Spider Lake. Sign over door says: "The Compleat Angler". There is a shelter made of birch tree trunks that has a birdhouse a...
Description: Four men and two women outside lakeside cabin built with vertical logs at Spider Lake. One women is sitting on the ground hugging a dog, and the other wom...
Date: 1938 ca.
Description: An automobile is driving up the drive towards a two-story white wood-sided building with flower planters under the windows and a field stone chimney on the...
Description: Two automobiles parked up against a stone wall in front of a log cabin near Moose Lake.
Description: Three men, Breuer, Kielcheski, and Harrington, are standing in front of a large white pine in a snow field. The Flambeau River State Forest is located in p...
Description: View from lawn of two men in a wooden rowboat on Spider Lake. There are two docks each with a wooden rowboat tied to it.
Description: Exterior view of the Number 2 log cabin at Virgin Timber Lodge on Moose Lake.
Date: 1932 after
Description: Outdoor portrait of Peter Wolfe, chief of Lac Courte d'Oreilles band of Ojibwa (Chippewa) Indians, with his son William Wolfe, who was Secretary of Lac Cou...
Description: View down hill of log cabins on shore of Spider Lake. A dog is laying on a path near two lawn swings, and a man is leaning against a tree stump, gazing at...
Date: 1932 ca.
Description: Stone retaining wall along a road leading to a northern Wisconsin resort property on Lac Court Oreilles Lake. A pavilion and buildings border the road. The...
Description: Canoes and wooden boats under a shelter at the Ojibway Museum. Other buildings, probably cottages, are visible in the background.
Description: View from yard of a single story house with enclosed front porch. In the foreground is an outdoor umbrella over two chairs and a small table.
Description: A woman stands next to a boulder along a drive leading to cabins. "BOULDER LODGE" is printed on the boulder. Boulder Lodge is located on Ghost Lake.
Description: View from side of river of cement bridge over the Chippewa River in Sawyer County, possibly on County Highway B.
Description: View from lawn down hill looking through trees towards a pavilion, with a weathervane on the roof, on the shore of Round Lake. The far shoreline is in the...
Description: Exterior view of the dining room at the Leibman's Resort on Chippewa Lake.
Description: Two small boys at Point Henry Resort at Spider Lake are dressed in short pants and are feeding a fawn from a bottle.
Description: Three men and a boy pose in front of a small rustic cottage. They are, from left to right: Alb. Hernke, Hilbert; George Duchow and his son Armin, Potter; a...
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