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Description: A man, woman, and child stand near or on the Pulpit Rock formation. The man is standing near the top, while the woman and child are near the ground.
Date: 1918 before
Description: A dam and small mill building on the Willow River. The plant, built by Christian Burkhardt as part of the Burkhardt Milling and Electric Power Company, ope...
Date: 1885 ca.
Description: Stereograph of Kinnikinnick Falls, the north branch.
Date: date unknown
Description: Black and white postcard of the wooden Ford Bridge across the Willow River near Burkhardt. Trees appear on the far shore.
Description: Panoramic group portrait of Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapolis and Omaha Railroad shopworkers. Text at the bottom image identifies, "W.H. Thorn - Master Car Bu...
Date: 1899-06-12 after
Description: A woman and her young daughter stand in a yard examining a house in the aftermath of a tornado. The house has one entire side missing, a tree leans over on...
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...
Description: Stereograph of Kinnikinnick Falls, north branch.
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: Two well-dressed men survey piles of debris left in the wake of a tornado. Part of the wall of a brick building is in the background.
Description: Panoramic bird's-eye view. Identifiable businesses include: T.J. McNally Clothing & Shoes, M.J. Casey, The Winter Drug Store, Bank of New Richmond.
Description: Helmuth Strobush and his son Jerry haul scrap metal with a Farmall H tractor and a McCormick-Deering farm wagon. The tractor is parked near a co-op service...
Description: Portrait of the Honorable Charles Donohue, Mayor of New Richmond, Wisconsin. Donohue was born December 5, 1843 in Goosebury Hill, Co. Cork in Ireland and d...
Description: Small log house near Edgewood School in Deer Park.
Description: Letterhead of the A. Karras & Company, dealers in harnesses, whips, robes, trunks, valises, etc., of Hudson, Wisconsin, with an image of entwined harnesses...
Description: A view of the St. Croix River crossing at Hudson during the development of the Interstate Bridge. The old eastbound bridge seen here was built in 1951 whil...
Description: View down street with storefronts on both sides. On the left, there is a tailor shop, Pundy's Cafe, Dubow's[?] Variety Store, a clothing store, and Vander...
Description: The still smoldering foundation of a burned brick building in the wake of a tornado that swept through the town. More debris can be seen in the background.
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: 1900 ca.
Description: Interior view of St. John's-in-the-Wilderness Episcopal Church, looking towards the altar.
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