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Description: Robert M. La Follette, Sr., campaigning in Cumberland. La Follette led the reform faction in Wisconsin's Republican party and in 1900, he was elected gover...
Date: 1880 ca.
Description: Rice Lake.
Description: Robert M. La Follette, Sr., speaking to a crowd from back of a wagon.
Description: Robert M. La Follette, Sr., with his fist in the air, speaking from the back of a wagon. It was in part due to his vigorous speaking style that La Follett...
Date: 1872 after
Description: A view of the Rice Lake Lumber Company Mill, taken from a high vantage point. A formation of logs sits in the river while piles of finished boards sit in...
Date: 1872 date unknown
Description: A group of loggers poses for a photograph amongst cut logs in a snow-covered wooded area. The men to the middle of the image have their axes in hand, whil...
Date: 1890 ca.
Description: A Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapolis & Omaha Railroad engine pulling a pay car. Identified employees include: (left to right) brakeman E.W. Sweet and fireman C...
Description: Robert M. La Follette, Sr., speaking to a crowd from the back of wagon. This image is one of a series of six photographs taken at the Cumberland fair that...
Description: This 1882 map of Barron County, Wisconsin, shows the township and range grid, towns, cities and villages, wagon roads, railroads, schools, dwellings, and l...
Description: A group of men use a team of four horses to transport logs across snow-covered ground on a sled. Trees stand in the background.
Description: Elevated view from hill of a large group of men harvesting a field. Four men are standing atop a mound of what appears to be straw or hay. A steam thresher...
Description: Man sharpening a scythe blade in a field of timothy hay. Another man stands near him in the field, and in the far background a man sits in a buggy with a t...
Description: Like many early settlements of southeastern Wisconsin, Clinton was founded in 1836 by Yankees--imigrants from New England and New York.
Date: 1890 after
Description: Dining room at August Mason's lumber camp.
Description: View of the Park House Hotel (called the Commercial House before 1888), which burned down in 1892.
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