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Date: 1899-06-12 after
Description: Still smoldering fires and wreckage amidst debris left in the wake of a tornado.
Description: Elevated view toward the horizon over a bridge on a river of the widespread destruction left in the wake of a tornado. Destroyed houses litter the scene an...
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...
Description: A firetruck with its hose hanging into the water is surrounded by debris and other wreckage left from a tornado.
Description: The remains of a house damaged by a tornado. The roof and much of the structure have been completely removed and destroyed. Other debris litters the surrou...
Date: 1908 ca.
Description: View of homes in Hika (also known as Centerville).
Date: 1899 before
Description: View of a marching band parading beneath an decorated arch on Main Street. Onlookers line both sides of the street. American flags fly over the road and fr...
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: Bird's-eye map of Hudson, with insets of Court House and Public School.
Description: A flock of purebred Shropshire ewes standing near a fence on the farm of Geo. Martin. In the background is a farmhouse with laundry on the line, a farm bui...
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: Exterior view of the Hudson Public Library. The library opened in 1904 and was funded by Andrew Carnegie with a gift of $12,000. The word "Library" is abov...
Description: Elevated view over water, perhaps Hatfield Lake, of damage to houses and property caused by a tornado. Groups of people are scattered throughout the town.
Description: Three boys stand at the front of their classroom and read aloud the story, "The Funny Hats" while wearing funny hats.
Date: 1905 ca.
Description: Business district on Second Street lined with horse-drawn vehicles.
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: View over water, perhaps Hatfield Lake, of houses damaged and demolished in a tornado. Floating at the edge of the lake near an eroded bank are numerous pi...
Description: Exterior view of the Power House in Hudson.
Date: 1936 ca.
Description: Pulpit Rock.
Description: The function known as patrol maintenance is seen performed in St. Croix County along State Highway 12 by a four-horse team pulling a road grader.
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