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Description: Photographic postcard down Main Street. Horse-drawn wagons and people line the street next to local businesses, including the post office and hardware stor...
Description: A veteran leans forward, perhaps to better hear the proceedings, at the dedication of the Korean War Veterans Memorial of Wisconsin. The (out of focus) spe...
Description: Spiritland Cafe, a restaurant located in a former church, with the cemetery in the background. The restaurant was located on CTH D in Portage County.
Date: 1910 ca.
Description: View of a Main Street. A drugstore can be seen prominently on the left.
Description: John Ciezczak (b.1885?), a Polish watchmaker, who sang songs in Polish, Ukrainian, Russian, and Kasshubian for song collector Helene Stratman-Thomas. He is...
Description: View of Main Street, looking west.
Date: 1895 ca.
Description: View from across street of the Wisconsin Central railroad station, with multiple figures standing outside of it.
Date: 1958 ca.
Description: Flying A service station located on US Highway 51 in Whiting, Portage County.
Description: A gasoline station along US Highway 51 in Whiting, Portage County, attracted passing motorists with an attention-getting "gas for less" sign.
Description: This manuscript map shows the route traveled by the Schoolcraft expedition in July 1831 between the Namekagon River and Lake Owen in the Town of Cable, Bay...
Description: Aerial view, looking west, with potato warehouses in the foreground and a pallet factory and junkyard behind them at right.
Photographs of Public Libraries in Wisconsin
Description: View of an island crowded with trees. Buildings can be seen on the shore beyond the island.
Description: Exterior view of St. Clara's Orphanage, which was built in 1882 and run by the Felecian Sisters.
Description: Exterior of Saint Michael's Hospital, founded in 1913 by the Sisters of the Sorrowful Mother. A baby carriage stands near the bottom of the steps at the h...
Description: Exterior view of the Wisconsin Central railroad station.
Description: View down Strong's Avenue, a residential area. A house with large columns stands on the left along with other residences.
Description: Exterior of Hotel Jacobs. Stairs lead to the porch of the three-story house. A sign above windows reads, "Jacobs House." A shoe polishing station can be...
Description: Exterior of the Carnegie Public Library, built in 1903 after the receipt of a 1902 Carnegie Grant. A set of stairs leads from the sidewalk to the main ent...
Date: 1920 after
Description: This map shows zoning in the city of Stevens Point. Streets are labeled and the upper right hand corner features a "Legend & Summary Of Zoning Regulations"...
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