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Description: People stand among the rubble of Ward S. Williams Co.'s stone block building after a tornado.
Date: 1899-06-12 ca.
Description: View of debris, perhaps from tornado damage in the business district of New Richmond. A group of onlookers investigate the damage. Caption on stereoview re...
Date: 1918 ca.
Description: Amery Road near New Richmond. The photograph was taken by the Wisconsin Good Roads Association probably as an illustration of the kind of improved roads t...
Date: 1855 ca.
Description: This map shows McKenty's Addition between Maple Street and Hazel Street, and Spruce Street and Oak Street. The map also features an inset map of Hudson and...
Date: 1899-06-12 after
Description: Debris left after tornado. A portion of a roof from a collapsed building lies on top of the debris, including the wheels of a carriage or cart.
Date: 1877 ca.
Description: Stereograph view of the Moffat octagon house.
Date: 1900 ca.
Description: Interior view of St. John's-in-the-Wilderness Episcopal Church, looking towards the altar.
Description: Stereoview of rescuers and onlookers standing among the wreckage in the wake of a cyclone. Bare trees, horses, houses, and a church steeple are in the back...
Description: Elevated view of people working with the relief effort in the aftermath of a tornado. Boxes of supplies are piled near a man in the foreground, and a man h...
Description: Men and boys use horses, a Farmall H tractor and wagons to haul scrap metal to a pile near railroad tracks. The men are participiting in a wartime scrap dr...
Description: Portrait of the Honorable Charles Donohue, Mayor of New Richmond, Wisconsin, and his grandson, Charles III. The elder Donohue was born December 5, 1843 in...
Description: Interior view of the Hudson Public Library. The library opened in 1904 and was funded by Andrew Carnegie with a gift of $12,000. A reading table with high-...
Date: 1880 ca.
Description: Exterior view of the St. Croix County Court House with six people standing in front of it.
Date: 1915 ca.
Description: Burkhardt Milling and Electric Power Co., built in 1914.
Description: Elevated view over water of the damage created by a tornado. A river, with debris visibly floating in it, runs through the town. Groups of people are walki...
Date: 1908 ca.
Description: View of homes in Hika (also known as Centerville).
Description: Field of debris left in the wake of a tornado. A crowd of people are observing the destruction from a high vantage point.
Description: A group of men and boys are outdoors weighing metal collected in a wartime scrap drive. In the background is a truck and industrial buildings.
Description: Men with horses, wagons, cars and trucks are parked alongside railroad tracks near a large scrap metal pile. The men are participating in a wartime scrap d...
Description: Helene Stratman-Thomas, possibly at the home of Donalda La Grandeur, a singer of French-Canadian songs who recorded for Stratman-Thomas.
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