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Date: 1901 ca.
Description: Exterior view of New London High School.
Date: 1940 ca.
Description: Exterior of the Octagon House.
Date: 1930 ca.
Description: Exterior view of the library and museum.
Description: Exterior view of the Public Library.
Date: 1905 ca.
Description: View includes bank and other buildings, people on sidewalks along street.
Date: 1895 ca.
Description: Will Viel chooses a cigar in Margraff & Freiburger's Dry Goods Store.
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: Children posing on a board sidewalk in front of a schoolhouse in New London. The boys are wearing short pants, leggings, and caps, and the girls are wearin...
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: O'Neil's Office Supply Store and Patton's Meat Market/Locker Plant located near New London, Wisconsin.
Description: Birds eye map of New London depicts street names and street locations, houses, trees, the bridge, Wolf River, and the bayou. At the bottom of the map, a re...
Description: "This is the Rawhide Boys Ranch, E7475 Rawhide Road, New London." Note the sign about the fish fry.
Description: The Rainbow Motel located on US Highway 45 at New London, Wisconsin.
Description: A band excursion on the sternwheel excursion, "Thistle". The sternwheel was previously named "J.H. Crawford".
Description: Wisconsin Anti-Tuberculosis Association exhibit advertised in the storefront of a building in New London, Wisconsin. Two women are looking through the wind...
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