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Description: Congressman David Obey introduces a local resident (back to camera), to President Jimmy Carter. Many photographers stand around the edge of the group and a...
Date: 1968 ca.
Description: Joan and Craig Obey stand together in their driveway as Craig waves. The Obey's first house, at 515 North Ninth Avenue, and trees can be seen behind them.
Date: 1945 ca.
Description: The Guenther Half Way House. People traveling between Wausau and Stevens Point by stage stopped here overnight. The 100-year-old tavern was torn down in 19...
Description: Letterhead of John J. Sherman, a real estate broker and tax, title, collection, and passenger agent in Wausau, Wisconsin, with images of men felling trees...
Description: President Jimmy Carter stands in the open rear passenger door of a car to wave to a crowd of spectators during a visit to Congressman David R. Obey's homet...
Description: View of the Minnesota Mining and Manufacturing Company plant. The sky is cloudy and smoke obscures some of the stacks. Railroad cars can be are on the righ...
Date: 1909 ca.
Description: The Knowlton School with a young class and teacher in front.
Description: This map of Wausau distributed by the Wausau Chamber of Commerce was originally published in July of 1940 and shows the Wisconsin River. The map includes a...
Date: 1910 ca.
Description: A photographic postcard of "The Old Tavern" built at Knowlton in 1849. It is a large wooden classical revival style building. A dog joins a group of peopl...
Description: Mosinee Paper Company.
Date: 1905 ca.
Description: View of the Marathon County Court House.
Description: Lincoln School.
Date: 1992 ca.
Description: Congressman David R. Obey (right) hits the pavement in Marathon with aide Tom Springer. Hack's Diner, run by Alfred Hack, was a popular local hangout.
Description: View, looking east, of a Wausau neighborhood largely comprised of bungalow style homes.
Description: This map shows lot and block numbers and dimensions, some landownership, wards, railroads, streets, and mills. The map includes 5 plat additions that have...
Description: View of a metal commercial building with a house, probably a farm house, immediately to its left. These buildings lay on the planned route of the Wausau B...
Description: Sitting on the school lawn, students draw Highway 51, Marathon Mill, Rib mountain and the Wisconsin river.
Description: View of the bridge over the Wisconsin River at Big Bull Falls, seen at low water.
Date: 1900 ca.
Description: A view of town.
Date: 1936 after
Description: View of Scott Street looking west. There are automobiles parked on each side of the snowy street, and two men are standing on the corner holding shovels. S...
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