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Description: Farmers prepare a hog for slaughter. A group of farmers stand around hog on a long table outdoors. Smoke and steam billow from a stove in the foreground an...
Description: Far view of farmers preparing a hog for slaughter. A group of farmers stand around a hog on a long table outside. Smoke and steam billow from a stove in th...
Date: 1900 ca.
Description: Three men in long coats and hats stage an elaborate temperance photograph which includes jugs and an artificial human skull.
Description: "Manawa Rodeo."
Description: Copy photograph of a group portrait outside the Waupaca House general store.
Description: Laurie, Muriel, and James Peterson, children of the photographer, sledding near the family home.
Description: Four dead hogs hang from a pole outside at night ready for butchering. The hogs hang with their heads facing the ground and their bellies and throats slit....
Date: 1910 ca.
Description: View of town roads and buildings with stumpland foreground.
Description: Joseph R. McCarthy campaigned hard for election to the Senate in 1946, traveling throughout the state. He paused in Manawa, however, for a visit with Mrs....
Date: 1909 ca.
Description: The first successful four-wheel drive vehicle was made in Clintonville, in 1909. The inventor, Otto Zachow, is the man seated at the rear of the steam-powe...
Date: 1870 ca.
Description: View of an unidentified ceremony taking place at the public square on the steps of the original Waupaca County Courthouse.
Description: Laurie Peterson, son of the photographer, fishes from a rock on a misty morning near the family home near Scandinavia.
Date: 1941-08 ca.
Description: Charles Robinson, singer of lumberjack songs, left, with an unidentified man sitting behind what appears to be a microphone on a stand.
Description: Wisconsin Anti-Tuberculosis Association exhibit advertised in the storefront of a building in New London, Wisconsin. Two women are looking through the wind...
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: Farmer plowing field with two horses near Scandinavia.
Description: Roadside picnic on the way to Waupaca. Mary E. Smith is seated with a friend on a white blanket with thermoses and a picnic basket. In the background the a...
Date: 1915 ca.
Description: Mr. Peterson sits in a rocking chair reading the newspaper and smoking a pipe, while Mrs. Peterson stands at the stove with their young son nearby.
Date: 1895 ca.
Description: Children pose on a board sidewalk in front of a schoolhouse in New London. The boys are wearing short pants, leggings, and caps, and the girls skirts and d...
Description: A threshing crew of men pose on tractors and threshing equipment on the Krenke farm. The tractor is powered by an engine and the threshing machine is pulle...
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