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Date: 1885 ca.
Description: Stereograph of Kinnikinnick Falls, the north branch.
Description: Stereograph of Kinnikinnick Falls, north branch.
Date: 1899-06-12 after
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: Three young girls (L to R), Beverly Peterson, Virginia Gullickson, and Joane Aaby, with an old iron bed donated for a W.W. II scrap drive during MacArthur...
Description: Field of debris left in the wake of a tornado. A crowd of people are observing the destruction from a high vantage point.
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...
Description: Singer Donalda La Grandeur, left, and collector Helene Stratman-Thomas on the porch at the home of La Grandeur.
Description: Sales girls (L to R): Patsie Anderson, Margaret Hatche, and Leone Owens distribute war bonds and stamps to farmers and other townspeople during a W.W. II s...
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-...
Description: People stand among the rubble of Ward S. Williams Co.'s stone block building after a tornado.
Description: Blockman A.W. Olson and Lee Murphy outside the latter's International Harvester dealership. There is a sign for "International Trucks" above the sidewalk....
Description: In the foreground a small group of men and women stand surrounded by the debres from a tornado. Storm damaged houses and relief workers are visible in the...
Promotions on Paper, 1850s-1975
Description: Memohead of the Glenwood Public Schools, with a three-quarter view of a school building, and names of school officials. Printed in blue ink on memo pad pap...
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. In the foreground is a lar...
Description: A man using an International truck to haul scrap metal for J.G. Larson & Sons, an International Harvester dealership. The man is dropping the metal off at...
Description: Winter scene with man walking down cleared train tracks, probably the Soo Line, next to man-sized drifts of snow, with a dog on the top of a drift. Between...
Description: A group of men working in the debris left in the wake of a tornado. A large column is leaning against part of a wall or foundation.
Description: A man works to clear debris in the aftermath of a tornado. Other men, women and children are gathered nearby.
Date: 1908 ca.
Description: View of homes in Hika (also known as Centerville).
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