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Date: 1913 ca.
Description: James (Jimmy) Peterson posing in front of a curtained window with a pumpkin and a table knife. Caption reads: "I want a slice."
Description: View looking south from the bridge at the Embarrass River, Town of Matteson, Waupaca County, to a nearby house.
Date: date unknown
Description: A hunter, sporting cold weather attire and thigh-high rubber boots, pulls a mink in a trap off the shoreline and on to his small, motorized, fishing boat....
Description: View across water towards Laurie Peterson, son of the photographer, fishing from a rock on a misty morning near the family home.
Description: Letterhead of T. Knapstein & Company, proprietors of the New London Brewery. On the left is a rectangular image with a decorative border surrounding a man...
Description: An aerial view, looking east. Highway 49 is at center.
Date: 1902 after
Description: A view of the Waupaca County Asylum facade. The entire structure consists of three buildings connected by windowed passageways. The building is symmetric...
Description: Carl Peterson and his family, take a rest while driving their car on a rural dirt road. His son's name is Laurie and the girl is Muriel Peterson Jacobs. No...
Description: This 1870 map of Waupaca County, Wisconsin, shows the township and range grid, towns, cities and villages, and lakes and streams.
Description: Photographic postcard view across a stream of a dam and adjoining building. There appears to be a silo behind the tree on the left.
Description: A woman stands in front of the Four Wheel Drive Auto Company factory in Clintonville.
Date: 1909 ca.
Description: Five men pose with the first successful four-wheel drive vehicle, which was made in Clintonville in 1909. The inventor, Otto Zachow, is the man seated at t...
Description: Letterhead of T.F. Mackmiller, a wholesale liquor dealer from Iron River, Wisconsin, with a plaque that reads "Wholesale Liquor Dealer." On the left is a c...
Description: Laurie and Muriel Peterson, children of the photographer, use a high chair to talk on the phone.
Description: Intersection in Fremont, Wisconsin, showing two service stations. The panorama was created by the Department of Transportation by taping together three pri...
Description: King's Koffee Kup, a restaurant located on STH 22.
Date: 1910 ca.
Description: Christine (mother), Laurie and Muriel Peterson sitting in the grass. Laurie is looking directly at the camera.
Date: 1914 ca.
Description: View from grassy shoreline looking down at James Peterson, as a young boy, sitting in a rowboat looking over his shoulder back towards the shoreline. He is...
Description: Laurie and Muriel Peterson playing indoors. Muriel is sitting in a chair sewing with a basket on the floor near her. Laurie is playing with blocks.
Description: Paving the main street with concrete was an occasion that brought out a large part of the Clintonville community to watch.
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