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Date: 1937 ca.
Description: A nurse instructs two mothers about baby shoes.
Description: Workers use machinery inside a woodworking shop owned by H.P. Ghent. An International P-12 power unit is on the left side of the room.
Date: 1896 ca.
Description: Exterior view of the Woodard home. The two-story house is made of brick and has black shutters framing the windows. There is a first and second story outdo...
Description: Purebred Shire and Cleveland bay mares graze on the Neillsville Stock Farm, with haystacks, barn, and a large stripped tree in the center.
Description: Congressman David R. Obey, with his back to the camera, chats with two of his constituents at the Clark County Fair.
Description: An off-centered group portrait of schoolchildren and an adult female in a forest setting.
Description: Interior view of the Woodard home. Looking through curtained doorway into the parlor, is a piano, small sofa, conversation table and several chairs. Variou...
Description: A group of purebred Hampshire Down ewes stand in a field of rapeseed. In the background behind fences are more fields, and a group of horses grazing. There...
Description: Interior view through curtained doorway of the Woodard's Victorian-era home. Elaborate rugs and wallpaper adorn the house, in addition to plants and wooden...
Description: A street scene with the train depot on the left. An automobile parked on the street side. A seed store on the next block with someone entering it. There is...
Date: 1913 ca.
Description: Depot owned by the Fairchild and Northeastern Railroad, which was owned by the N.C. Foster Lumber Company.
Description: Children collecting scrap deposit it on a trailer outside the front door of North Bright School. A sign on the school announces: "MacArthur Week Scrap Coll...
Description: Wisconsin Congressman David R. Obey chats with a constituent manning the dairy bar as part of a campaign shoot.
Date: date unknown
Description: Children play in a classroom at the Winnebago school in Neillsville, Wisconsin.
Description: Wisconsin Central locomotive no. 257 (left) and Abbotsford and Northeastern Railroad locomotive No.1. The engineer is Lew Choate and the fireman is Ole "Ji...
Date: 1939 ca.
Description: Reservoir used to store water for raising cranberries. A large group of people are walking around the perimeter towards automobiles parked in the distance....
Description: Group portrait of schoolchildren with an adult female in a forest setting.
Description: View uphill towards the central business district. Commercial buildings on the left include a service station and Hotel Thorp. On the right are commercial...
Description: The Humbird Roller Mill surrounded by rural landscape. A man leads on a porch beam as he poses for the picture.
Date: 1900 ca.
Description: Methodist Episcopal Church and parsonage built under Rev. G.N. Foster.
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