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Date: 1900 ca.
Description: Colorized view of Front and Center Streets busy with people and a horse-drawn carriage, with a storefront's facade lining both streets.
Date: 1910 ca.
Description: Exterior of the Grand Rapids Public Library with trees and landscaping. The library was named the T. B. Scott Free Public Library T. B. Scott who donated $...
Date: 1950 ca.
Description: Elevated view of graded cranberries moving along multiple conveyor belts to await further processing and inspection. Three men stand near the conveyor belt...
Date: 1905 ca.
Description: View looking down Second Street with people, horse and carriages, and storefronts and signs lining the street.
Date: date unknown
Description: Chief George Monegar of the Winnebago holding an United States flag.
Description: Central Avenue in Marshfield.
Description: Street view of two-story residential houses and buildings. A horse-drawn wagon sitting outside a store is visible on the far right.
Description: Located at 329 Front Street, this structure hosted its grand-opening celebration in 1931. The special was not discounted gasoline or oil but chicken and ba...
Description: The City Hall in Marshfield.
Date: 1908 ca.
Description: Nekoosa Paper Mill.
Description: Paper manufacturing equipment of the Consolidated Paper Company.
Description: This map is a photocopy of a map that has been hand colored and shows streets, the Wisconsin River, Mill Pond, and points of interest that include a school...
Description: A flooded cranberry bog. In this case the bog was flooded in the spring in order to kill insects.
Description: This 1878 map of Wood County, Wisconsin, shows the township and range grid, towns, sections, cities, villages and post offices, landownership, roads, railr...
Description: A man dumps a box of cranberries into a bin at the Walker Cranberry Company.
Description: Welcoming future customers to their new station, Carl Miller and Joe Walloch held a grand-opening in August 1940. The special: seven gallons of Pennant gas...
Description: The proposed plans of Hotel Mead.
Description: View of the Consolidated Water Power Company.
Description: Postcard that was attached to a balloon and released from Rudolph, Wisconsin by members of the League Against Nuclear Dangers as part of a nuclear power pl...
Description: Exterior of the First National Bank, built in 1919. Men stand outside the building, one drinking from a fountain. A man stands across the street near the...
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