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Large Tree

Date: 1962-05-30 ca.

Description: Rural landscape with a large, sprawling tree, and hills in the background.

Date:  date unknown

Description: View down railroad tracks. On the left, there is a two-story, octagonal hut. On the right, there is a railroad station with a Western Union sign. Industria...

Photograph

Johnson Street

Date: 1911 ca.

Description: View down Johnson Street. There is a two-story house on the corner on the left. A row of power lines and trees line the street to a bridge in the middle di...

Photograph

Street Scene

Date: 1922 

Description: View down a street, where automobiles are parked along both sides of the road. Pedestrians are on the sidewalk on the left in front of storefronts and the...

Photograph

Tree-Lined Street

Date:  date unknown

Description: Residential scene with a dirt road and homes on both sides. There is a church building in the middle distance, and bluffs in the background.

Photograph

South Street

Date:  date unknown

Description: View down South Street. Houses and trees line both sides of the road. Two trees on the left have had all their branches cut. There is a streetlight in the...

Photograph

Street Scene

Date: 1911 

Description: View down dirt road. There is a millinery, dentist's office, drug store, Elsen House ice cream, and meat market. There are horse-drawn carriages on either...

Photograph

Main Street

Date:  date unknown

Description: View down Main Street dirt road. A horse and buggy stand near a sidewalk on the left near a group of men. Further down on the right the Bangor State Bank h...

Photograph

Scene at Bangor

Date:  date unknown

Description: View of railroad tracks near a railroad station on the left and a residential road on the right. There is a row of utility lines leading into the far dista...

Photograph

New Railroad Bridge

Date:  date unknown

Description: View from shoreline of two men standing on a newly constructed railroad bridge over a stream.

Date:  date unknown

Description: View down dirt road with destroyed buildings on both sides. There are many piles of rubble, and some buildings are gutted shells. Pedestrians walk along ro...

Date:  date unknown

Description: Elevated view of the town with hills in the distance. In the foreground are cattle inside a fence near a cemetery with a windmill. The town is behind furth...

Date: 1922 

Description: View down Main Street looking west. On these blocks there is a restaurant, rug store, post office, and Farmers State Bank. Automobiles are parked on both s...

Photograph

Baptist Church

Date:  date unknown

Description: View from across street of a Baptist Church. There is a house next door to the church (perhaps a parsonage).

Photograph

Johnson Street

Date: 1911 

Description: View down Johnson street, which is a muddy, dirt road. There are rows of houses and trees on either side. In the far distance is a Catholic church.

Photograph

Pile of Rubble

Date:  date unknown

Description: View of a man standing behind a pile of rubble. In the background is a barn, railroad car, and a large open shed stacked with lumber. Part of a foundation...

Date: 1900 after

Description: This map of Bangor is ink and pencil on cloth. The map shows roads, railroads, residences, mills, the original plat of Bangor, and the Wisconsin and Wheldo...

Photograph

Catholic Church

Date: 1920 ca.

Description: View of front exterior of church with a steeple with a cross on top. On the right is a row of trees, and beyond there appears to be a field or marshy area....

Photograph

Burns Street

Date: 1911 

Description: View down tree-lined Burns Street, which is on a hill. Houses and sidewalks are on both sides of the street, and a small group of men are in the yard of a...

Date: 1912 

Description: Colorized photographic postcard across street towards pedestrians and horse-drawn vehicles in front of a row of shops.

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