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Description: Store includes a Post Office, owned by Cyrus Yawkey. Men, child, and two dogs are on the porch.
Description: Row of six posed campers in archery stance with arrows loaded in their bows pointed towards the sky. Original caption notes: "Our three most popular Land S...
Description: Profile view of archer kneeling in the grass on one knee, with bow and arrow ready and pointing towards the sky. Original caption notes: "Our three most po...
Description: A group portrait of eleven kindergarten students and their teacher, Winnifred Ahrens Spring, standing outside of a building, probably the West Side School.
Description: Interior view of a butcher shop, with a male butcher sharpening a knife behind a counter lined with cuts of meat, sausages and a scale. Behind the counter...
Date: 1914 ca.
Description: A view of the Lake Tomahawk ranger station taken about 1914 when the buildings were new. Shows the ranger's residence, water tower, the barn for horses wit...
Date: 1930 ca.
Description: Church built by early settlers in the village of New Upsala, the first Swedish settlement in Wisconsin.
Description: View of the town from a boxcar.
Description: A camp counselor, seated in an Adirondack chair, wearing a white shirt, dark shorts, and saddle shoes, reads to four young campers who are gathered around...
Description: A group of men pose with guns and deer carcasses on the railroad platform at Harshaw.
Description: Full-length portrait of a young woman wearing jodhpurs standing and holding the reins of two horses. Original caption notes: "Riding is one of the most pop...
Description: Two campers pose wearing fencing outfits and holding epees, with protective headgear sitting on the ground. They are standing on a court or concrete pad. O...
Description: A view from water of the Thunder Lake Lumber Co., one of the largest sawmills in Rhinelander. It was located on Lake Creek and operated until 1937.
Description: View of intersection with pedestrians crossing the street in the town central business district. Businesses include three drugstores, a hotel, and a clothi...
Description: Rhinelander paper mill. The holding pond for the paper mill is in the foreground.
Description: View across water of five young women in a rowboat near the shoreline. For a complete description of the Joy Camps fleet of boats, see Image ID 108160.
Description: Vocational students at James Williams Junior High School work on a silkscreen project. The screens are laying on the work bench. More students, tables and...
Description: Portrait of young woman standing and holding the reins of a horse. Original caption notes: "Riding is one of the most popular sports. English style of ridi...
Description: View from shoreline towards the Soo Line railroad bridge crossing the Tomahawk River at Bradley, Wisconsin. The bridge, built in 1886, was 126 ft. long and...
Description: Several younger campers leaning against wood fence, near wooded area. They all appear to be wearing jodhpurs.
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