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Date: 1875 ca.
Description: Original part built in 1856, where the present Eau Claire House stands. It was later moved to another site and eventually torn down to make room for the Y....
Date: 1865 after
Description: The first Eau Claire House built in 1856. It burned down in 1875.
Description: A view of the duct work in the passenger tire press room on the third floor of Building 7.
Date: date unknown
Description: View of the bow in the river, and a homestead on the shore, with a two-story house and a barn. Two wagons are visible close to the barn in the lower left...
Date: 1903 ca.
Description: Three columns are resting on the ground on wooden supports before being installed in the facade of the Eau Claire Public Library during construction. The l...
Description: Hotel dining room, probably at the Galloway House.
Date: 1930 ca.
Description: The desk in the courtroom, made at the Marston Planing Mill in Eau Claire about 1873-4.
Date: 1860 ca.
Description: Front entry to the Wesleyan Seminary. It was built in the early 1860's on the site of the present High School building.
Description: Interior view of a parlor. A chandelier hangs from the ceiling, and multiple photographs and portraits hang on the walls. Multiple chairs are the floor, i...
Description: View across unpaved road toward construction workers loading a stone slab onto a horse-drawn wagon during the construction of the Eau Claire Public Library...
Description: Ingram house.
Date: 1964 before
Description: An aerial view of the U.S. Rubber Company plant and surrounding environment.
Description: Corner view of the Ingram block, which contained the public library.
Description: Victor Marten, a worker at the Gillette factory owned by the United States Rubber Company, feeding rubber into a Banbury mixer. During World War II the go...
Date: 1890 ca.
Description: View of a two-story wood-sided building, with a sidewalk next to the street.
Description: View down a street of the later rendition of the church, with the O.H. Ingram residence behind it and to the right of the image.
Description: Walnut staircase inside the Eau Claire County Court House.
Description: Stereograph of three-story brick building on a dirt road.
Date: 1880 ca.
Description: The sawmill of Gilbert E. Porter and Delos R. Moon was located on the Chippewa River approximately three miles southwest of the city of Eau Claire. In 1873...
Date: 1900 ca.
Description: Elevated view of the Chippewa River and downtown Eau Claire.
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