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Date: 1932 

Description: An early view of the Ojibwa Roadside Park. There are several automobiles in the background, and people sit on benches under the trees.

Date: 1940 ca.

Description: Several small groups of people are scattered about the roadside park among picnic tables. There are parked automobiles, and a small building.

Date: 1933 

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...

Date: 1910-12 

Description: Photograph hanging on the wall of the family cabin of John F. Deitz. The glass of the picture was broken by a bullet piercing the walls between the logs in...

Date: 1940 ca.

Description: A group of people having a picnic at the Ojibwa Roadside Park. There are several cars and trucks in the background, and a small building. The picnic tables...

Date: 1949-11-17 

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...

Date: 1910-12 

Description: Exterior view of Deitz cabin and barn, fences, and other outbuildings in winter, about two weeks after shooting of deputy. No members of Deitz family were...

Photograph

Lumber Camp Scene

Date: 1911 ca.

Description: Group portrait of loggers and support staff in a lumber camp. In front (holding dog) is T.J. Thompson, a man that traveled using a sled pulled by his dog....

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Description: Exterior view of Tucker's Rexall Drugstore. Winter's watertower is visible in the background.

Date: 1932 ca.

Description: A group of six men and three women are cooking over a smoky campfire at the Ojibwa Roadside Park.

Photograph

John Dietz Cabin

Date: 1910-12 

Description: Cabin of John Deitz. Three persons shown are not members of the Dietz family. John Deitz was known for the Cameron Dam incident in which Deitz and a Saw...

Date: 1940 ca.

Description: Man standing near a tree stump in the Ojibwa Roadside Park. Two automobiles are parked in the background. The verso of the photograph reads: "Custodian Whi...

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