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Date: 1925 ca.
Description: View of the Stevens monument, erected in honor of George Stevens, whom the town is named after, at the site where he landed in 1824.
Date: 1900 ca.
Description: Exterior view of State Teacher's College, formerly known as the State Normal School.
Description: Plover River Pond; the dam was out and the pond is dry, permitting an unusual view of the immediate area. Highway 51 and a bridge can be seen in the distan...
Date: date unknown
Description: Automobiles can be seen parked on either side of the street in a business district and pedestrians stand on the sidewalks nearby. The Wisconsin Valley Ele...
Description: Exterior of the State Normal School at Stevens Point, which opened in 1894. The main entrance flanked by columns and a central cupola can be seen, along wi...
Date: 1890 ca.
Description: Polish immigrants in Market Square wearing Polish national dress. The men are wearing suits, coats, and hats. The women are wearing dresses, shawls and hat...
Description: Elevated view of the Jackson Milling Company, the Green Bay railroad tracks, and the Wisconsin Central railroad tracks.
Description: Bungalow style house in Plover, Wisconsin.
Description: View down Strong's Avenue, a residential area. A house with large columns stands on the left along with other residences.
Description: During his meetings with constituents Congressman David R. Obey of Wisconsin often used charts and graphs to make his points about public policy issues. He...
Description: Family and friends gathered in front of a home for the wedding of Joseph Lorbieki and Agnes Onernek. Three musicians can be seen near the center. A windmil...
Description: John Ciezczak (b.1885?), a Polish watchmaker, who sang songs in Polish, Ukrainian, Russian, and Kasshubian for song collector Helene Stratman-Thomas. He is...
Description: Texaco Oil service station, apparently built from a war surplus quonset hut-style building.
Description: Pedestrians and horse-drawn carriages use a wagon bridge to cross the Wisconsin River. A boat can be seen below the bridge on the river bank.
Description: Bus operated by the Portage County Commission on Aging and its driver. The bus took senior citizens to lunch at the Senior Center and provided other servic...
Description: Exterior of Whiting-Plover Paper Company, founded in 1892. The view features a three-story brick building with automobiles parked in front. Copyright by...
Description: Group portrait of the North squad of the high school All-Star football players. The team is made up of players from La Crosse, Oshkosh, Antigo, Marinette,...
Description: View down Strong's Avenue, taken from Clark Street. Automobiles park on either side of the street near storefronts. Perpendicular to Strongs Avenue is Ma...
Date: 1880 ca.
Description: Shingled frame residence of A.G. Ellis. Children and adults are posed on the front porch, and on a balcony above.
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