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Description: A colorized postcard scene depicting a river full of logs and a smokestack and factory in the distance.
Date: date unknown
Description: Two women and two young boys pose in front of the Koss Depot, which also serves as a post office and telegraph office.
Description: A colorized postcard depicting a log jam scene with industrial buildings in the background.
Date: 1917 ca.
Description: The Marinette County Insane Asylum.
Description: Colorized postcard depicting an elevated view looking north down Main Street. There is a streetcar and two horse-drawn vehicles in the foreground.
Date: 1903 ca.
Description: Superintendent J.N. Harrison and dispatcher W.H. Wright are seated at desks in the Wisconsin & Michigan Railroad office.
Description: A view of Badger Paper Mills, founded by E.A. Meyer.
Date: 1915 ca.
Description: The Hotel Marinette.
Description: Drawing of the Peshtigo Fire showing people seeking refuge in the Peshtigo River.
Description: Peshtigo Fire Cemetery marker, shown on the site.
Description: Fire destruction near railroad tracks after Peshtigo fire. There are wheel carriages from destroyed boxcars on and near the tracks
Description: Front view of pump room, side of part of Boiler Room.
Description: A bird's-eye view of Marinette looking southwest from the Menominee side of the river.
Description: Colorized postcard view across a river of Dunlap Square.
Date: 1912 ca.
Description: Dunlap Square in Marinette.
Description: Exterior view of the Free Library at Wausaukee located above a restaurant.
Description: Interior view of the Stephenson Public Library. The library opened in 1903 funded with a gift from Isaac Stephenson of $30,000. The reading tables have lar...
Description: This map shows streets, churches, schools, wards, railroads, parks and fields, cemeteries, Historical Museum, Yacht Basin & Marina, and Marinette General H...
Description: Triptych panoramic view of Marinette lumber district, with M & M Box Company factory in the center.
Description: This 19th century manuscript map shows the sections and land ownership in the northern portion of the Town of Grover and the southern part of the Town of L...
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