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Description: Tomah Indian School with boys standing in front of the entrance sign.
Description: A view of Main Street.
Description: Spillway at millpond between 1940 and 1946.
Description: A view of the Log Cabin Filling Station at a tourist camp. A garage for washing and greasing on the left. Two tall gas pumps. Lamps made of interlaced logs...
Description: Harvesters wade through cranberries contained by booms in the cranberry marsh as they travel on a conveyor belt into the waiting trucks.
Date: date unknown
Description: View of businesses on South Water Street, including the Monroe County Bank and a drugstore on the left.
Date: 1920 ca.
Description: View of East Oak Street.
Description: Cranberry harvest at Warrens, the self-proclaimed cranberry capital of Wisconsin.
Description: Exterior of city hall. The brick building features two sets of double doors, a bell tower, and a tall chimney.
Date: 1940 ca.
Description: Exterior view of the Monroe County Courthouse.
Description: A man stands waist-deep in water to harvest cranberries with a rake during the harvest.
Date: 1895 ca.
Description: The Castleman log house, with a wooden wagon in front.
Description: Elevated view of Evangelical United Brethren church in the vicinity of Highway T.
Date: 1900 ca.
Description: Exterior view of Zion's Church.
Description: Bird's-eye map of Tomah.
Description: A man wearing waders walks knee-deep through water and floating cranberries as he pulls a boom used for confining the cranberries so they can be harvested.
Description: A map of the Beaver Creek Valley in Monroe, Wisconsin along Beaver Creek and the La Crosse River, showing roads, railroads, and land ownership as well as p...
Description: This map shows the area around Fort McCoy, labeled "U.S. Military Reservation," and Camp Douglas in the Sparta-Tomah region. Road, railroads, towns, cities...
Description: Aerial photograph of the Veterans Hospital at Tomah.
Description: View down street towards a brick building with a balcony on the corner. A man stands near gas pumps and a lamppost and a woman is crossing the street. A ca...
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