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Date: 1909 ca.
Description: The Soo line roundhouse.
Description: Group of men posing in front of the Wisconsin Central Railroad train at depot.
Description: A group of purebred Hampshire Down ewes stand in a field of rapeseed. In the background behind fences are more fields, and a group of horses grazing. There...
Date: 1900 ca.
Description: Interior view of the dining room at the Greenwood lumber camp. The long tables are set with dishes and food, and there is a wood stove between the tables.
Description: Texas political activist and broadcaster James Hightower at a political event for Wisconsin Congressman David R. Obey.
Description: Main Street looking north.
Date: date unknown
Description: Elevated view of town.
Description: Wisconsin Central locomotive No #50 and pile driver No #2 working near Owen. Men stand on and around the tracks.
Description: Children play in a classroom at the Winnebago school in Neillsville, Wisconsin.
Date: 1940 ca.
Description: Winnebago Indian Mission School of the Evangelical and Reformed Church. This boarding school for Indian children was established in 1917 near Black River F...
Description: "There never was but one Crop of Land. There never will be another." Shows towns, boundaries, roads, schoolhouses, sawmills, cheese factories, and creameri...
Description: The farm of the Pomputis family near Longwood, where Sennett and Winslow hid out and were captured.
Description: Two men involved in a scrap drive stand near the door of an International Harvester dealership. There are posters in the window. Next to the man on the rig...
Date: 1913 ca.
Description: Depot owned by the Fairchild and Northeastern Railroad, which was owned by the N.C. Foster Lumber Company.
Description: This 1873 map shows Clark County, Wisconsin, as well as the portion of Taylor County that was then part of Clark. The township and range grid, sections, ra...
Description: Indoor group portrait in front of a painted backdrop of Luell's Orchestra consisting of five men. Each member holds an instrument and there are several oth...
Description: Interior of a Catholic church. View of front of the church with the altar and religious icons. There are ornate designs near the ceiling and the arch to th...
Description: Blue line copy on paper with manuscript additions in color. Shows boundaries of zoned areas, Wisconsin historical lands in zoned areas, county lands outsid...
Date: 1939 ca.
Description: Reservoir used to store water for raising cranberries. A large group of people are walking around the perimeter towards automobiles parked in the distance....
Date: 1896 ca.
Description: Exterior view of the Woodard home. The two-story house is made of brick and has black shutters framing the windows. There is a first and second story outdo...
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