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Description: McNinch Road, an unpaved road near the Little Wolf River crossing in the town of Wyoming.
Description: Hawthorn Mellody Dairy truck parked at the delivery entrance to a Fremont store. Recently washed clothes hangs on the line of the upper story of the build...
Description: A group of farmer workers stand with pitch forks in front of the first gas engine for threshing on the August Krenke farm. A horse-drawn vehicle is also vi...
Description: View from the Water Street Bridge over the Waupaca River toward the Waupaca Water Department.
Description: Exterior of Jung's General Store/Gas Station/Barber Shop.
Date: date unknown
Description: A horse-drawn carriage crosses the Mill Street Bridge while another carriage parks near the grain elevator.
Description: Elm Valley Road Bridge over a branch of the Little Wolf River. In the distance, a red barn can be seen through the fog. In the middle distance a member of...
Description: Rail siding and hand car with crew at Slashing, Waupaca County. Three men stand on a hand car. Another man sits on a load of logs in the background.
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...
Description: View of some of the businesses on North Main Street, including the Strand Theater and Olk Drugs.
Description: Nollenberg Bridge in the Town of Union, Waupaca County, looking south.
Description: Exterior of Jung's General Store/Gas Station/Barber Shop. The station's sign advertises Sinclair brand gas.
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....
Date: 1920 ca.
Description: Copy photograph of a man and boy standing at the road. This location would later become the site of Jung's General Store. The photograph has a horse and bu...
Description: The State Street neighborhood.
Description: A man pumps water from the Wolf River into the back of a horse-drawn wagon to haul to a steam engine. There is a building on the left, and more buildings o...
Description: A map of the Chain-O-Lakes in Waupaca, including Indian trails. The path of the Waupaca Electric Railway from the Grand View Hotel to the Wisconsin Central...
Description: Three men loading a trailer near an International Harvester dealership during the "MacArthur Week" scrap drive. There is a large pile of scrap on the groun...
Description: Derailment of a Minneapolis, St. Paul and Sault St. Marie Railway train near Waupaca. A large crowd is gathered on an overpass to watch the Soo Line's Wrec...
Description: Gray Czeskleba ran a hardware store at 206 West Fulton Street in Waupaca before turning exclusively to gasoline and oil distribution in 1925.
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