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Description: Photographic postcard of the Aniwa Mercantile Company building (1903), housing Block and Krom's Store. A horse-drawn cart is parked in front of the store a...
Description: Photographic postcard of the entrance to the G.H. Goldrick General Merchandise store. Trees and a flier-covered telephone pole can also be seen. Text on th...
Description: Shows lands belonging to Wisconsin Timber and Land Co., towns, post offices, saw mills, creameries, camps, churches, schools, farm houses, town halls, rail...
Description: Governor Julius P. Heil (1876-1949) speaks to Shawano High School students and others during his gubernatorial re-election campaign. He arrived during the...
Description: An unidentified member of the Wisconsin State Patrol points his revolver at several Native Americans at a vehicle checkpoint near Gresham. The State Patrol...
Description: View at sunrise of a split-rail fence and fields.
Description: The edge of a mixed cedar forest with aspen tree.
Date: 1910 ca.
Description: Elevated view of Aniwa. "Aniwa Village" is written on the photograph.
Description: Wolf River Paper Company factory, including smokestacks and water tower.
Description: Three men stand in the snow in front of the Wisconsin & Northern Railroad engine #2 (the second locomotive with this number) in the woods on the Menominee...
Date: 1935 ca.
Description: Menominee Indian Reservation Government School near Shawano.
Date: 1925 ca.
Description: Home of ex-Governor Emanuel Lorenz Philipp, in Badger?.
Description: Members of the Wisconsin National Guard arrest a group of Native Americans during the takeover of the Alexian Brother Novitiate near Gresham. The arrest wa...
Description: Dump truck manufactured by the Four Wheel Drive Co. of Clintonville and owned by Shawano County. The truck is equipped for rolling and dressing unpaved ro...
Description: Indian School in Shawano.
Description: Numbered memohead of the First National Bank of Tigerton, Wisconsin, with a three-quarter view of a tiger's head with an open mouth and bared teeth, names...
Description: Studio portrait of the Menominee family of Kaw-hee-she-uh-quat in formal attire.
Description: Memohead of the Viking Lumber Company of Wittenberg, Wisconsin, with a circular trademark, printed in red ink, of a figure with a moustache and beard, wear...
Description: This map shows streets, railroads, and Wolf Lake. An index of streets is also included.
Description: This blue line print map shows lot and block numbers and dimensions, buildings, streets, railroads, and the Wolf River.
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