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Description: Patriotic parade crossing the bridge into town and probably heading up German Hill. The buildings identified, from right to left, the Spaulding wagon shop,...
Date: date unknown
Description: View from street of a group of people, including a number of horse-drawn vehicles, standing outside of the main entrance to the Cox Brothers company on Cox...
Description: View across street of five men posing on the sidewalk outside the State Bank. Next door to the bank, on the left, is the City Meat Market.
Description: Men loading back pumps and fire fighting equipment onto a truck at Park Falls Ranger Station in preparation for answering a forest fire call.
Date: 1956 ca.
Description: Workers loading logs onto an International RF-230 logging truck owned by George M. Pierson.
Description: German youth marching during a Nazi rally in Danzig.
Date: 1914-07-12 ca.
Description: Crowds at the race course watching harness racing in Washington Park. There are three racers visible with crowds of spectators sitting in the grandstands,...
Description: "As the Bush campaign train rolled through Lomira around 12:45, onlookers hoping to catch a glimpse of President Bush had to settle for waves from Barbara...
Description: Exterior view of the Pabst Grand Circle Hotel and Majestic Theater. Streetcars, automobiles, carriages, horses and pedestrians line the streets. The marqui...
Description: Elevated view of factory workers assembling pieces of the Cub Cadet lawn tractor while standing on either side of an assembly line at International Harvest...
Date: 1900 ca.
Description: Man operating a McCormick horse-drawn grain binder in a field. A tugboat is pulling sailing ships on a body of water in the distance. The photograph appear...
Date: 1905 after
Description: Building on street corner, taken from street level. Store has eight levels with a water tower on the roof. Pedestrians are in the road and on the sidewalk...
Description: Train pulling a long load of logs through the woods. Horses replaced oxen teams and are used along with wood burning trains to haul logs.
Date: 1911 ca.
Description: Family posed in open touring automobile parked on a country road. An older man is standing at the front of the car holding a metal can.
Date: 1932 ca.
Description: Elevated view of one automobile parked on Main Street near a park (the Legion Memorial Park), trees, an American flag, street lights, and various buildings...
Description: Governor Oscar Rennebohm with cattle handler and a cow next to a truck, with a painted sign on the door that says: "Ray Farness, Morrisonville, WI."
Description: This map shows cities with improved harbors along the Great Lakes. A portion of Illinois, Michigan, Ohio, Ontario, and Quebec are also shown. A legend and...
Date: 1922-08-05 before
Description: Two fishermen on a lake catch a giant fish. Both of the fishermen are wearing hats and one is smoking a pipe. A dock and the tip of a boat are visible in t...
Date: 1910 ca.
Description: Map of part of the northwestern section of Wisconsin, comprising counties of St. Croix, Dunn, Pierce, and Pepin. Relief shown by hachures.
Date: 1921 ca.
Description: A driver sits in the cab of an International piano delivery truck for Brown's Store. In the back of the truck are two large wooden crates, one presumably a...
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