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Lutheran Church

Date:  

Description: Exterior view across road of Lutheran church with stained glass and a steeple with a bell and cross. A horse and carriage are moving down the street on the...

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...

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New Railroad Bridge

Date:  date unknown

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

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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...

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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: 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...

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Presbyterian Church

Date: 1920 ca.

Description: View across road of a church with a steeple that features a bell. There is an open shed behind the church, and houses are in the background. A datestone on...

Date: 1922 

Description: View down street towards a Ford sales and service center on the left, and a canning factory in the background. A man stands near a parked car, and behind h...

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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...

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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...

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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.

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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...

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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: 1900 ca.

Description: View down Main Street with multiple two-storied businesses, and a gazebo.

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Brewery

Date: 1920 ca.

Description: View across road of a brewery in a residential area. Children are standing on the sidewalk, and on the lawn near a hammock and a lawn swing. A tall industr...

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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...

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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.

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...

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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...

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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....

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