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Date: 1930 ca.
Description: Walnut staircase inside the Eau Claire County Court House.
Description: Curving stairway to the entrance of the courthouse.
Date: 1880 ca.
Description: The Eau Claire Lumber Company, later the Cutter shoe factory. It was still standing in 1931.
Date: 1900 ca.
Description: First Ward School, razed in 1907.
Date: 1888 ca.
Description: View of Tenement Block and Megget Home (built before 1870), River Street. The buildings where the A&P Market stands.
Description: Ingram house.
Date: date unknown
Description: An employee at a tire production plant works the machinery.
Description: The first permanent school building in Eau Claire. Built in 1857.
Description: Front view of dam and waterfall at Dells Pond. People are fishing from a boat on the pond.
Date: 1931 ca.
Description: Interior view of the Eau Claire Public Library. Women and staff at the circulation desk.
Description: Bagging the first tire made in the Gillette Tire Plant. From left to right are H.A. Berg, C.E. Stare, F.A. Cobb, F.J. Amundson, R.L. Chatterson, R.J. Hanse...
Description: A man works on building the one millionth Co-op brand tire.
Date: 1910 ca.
Description: The Dells Paper and Pulp Company factory stands near a dam on the Chippewa River. A bridge, smokestacks, and several other buildings are visible nearby....
Description: Interior view of a Uniroyal factory showing tire molds alongside a conveyor belt.
Date: 1885 ca.
Description: Exterior of the Ingram residence in winter, home of the wealthy lumberman O.H. Ingram.
Description: Front entry way to the "Washington" school, on the northwest corner of Fifth Avenue and Broadway.
Description: Ingram and Pinkum sawmill (left), Ingram and Kennedy mill (right), later incorporated as the Empire Lumber Co. In between the mills is a rafting shed. View...
Description: Exterior view of public school. There is a two-story fire escape on the side of the building. The words "High School" are over the arched entry at the fron...
Description: Bird'seye view of Fairchild.
Description: A tire builder at work.
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