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Date: 1920 ca.
Description: Wilson House at 320 Superior Street. The house was owned by the proprietor of Wilson's Wholesale Grocery.
Description: Waist-up studio portrait of E. Rutledge. He has white hair, a moustache and beard, and is wearing a plaid suit and cravat.
Description: Mrs. Pierce sits in a wicker armchair facing the camera while her granddaughter Margery Bish sits facing her on a stool in front of a piano. Behind them is...
Description: Irises bordering a farm's driveway near several farm buildings and house. A large dog stands on the farmhouse step in the background.
Description: Several men and women standing inside a department store next to tables piled with bolts of fabric. The store has a pressed tin ceiling.
Description: The Holcomb[e] or Little Falls Dam on the Chippewa River, with rocky shoreline in foreground.
Description: An older female member of the Bish family sits in a wicker chair holding a magazine or book open on her lap. Standing on the left in front of a doorway dra...
Date: date unknown
Description: First Lieutenant Hollon Richardson of the 7th Wisconsin Volunteers, Company A, Iron Brigade.
Description: Mary Pierce Bish plays an upright piano while her daughter Margaret Bish, standing to her left, and her mother Mrs. Pierce, seated to her right, look on.
Description: Duncan Creek with an old dam and the residence of Fred Adler, the owner of a brewery and a store in the area.
Description: Interior view of the Stanley Public Library. The library opened in 1901 and was funded with a $15,000 donation from Mrs. S.F. Moon. Reverse of the cardboar...
Date: 1900 ca.
Description: Hoenig Brothers & Co. two-story hardware and undertaking storefront. A man stands to the left of the building.
Date: 1903 ca.
Description: View from railroads tracks of the wreckage of wooden buildings left behind after a flood. Intact buildings are visible in a skyline in the distance, and pe...
Description: The tourist camp that the citizens of Chippewa Falls provided free for motorists passing through their community.
Date: 1897 ca.
Description: Mary Margaret (Margery) Bish, young daughter of the photographer and later Mrs. Clyde Bowman, sits on the lap of an older woman, possibly her mother.
Description: Memohead of Seymour's Bank in Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin, with a three-quarter view of the bank building, including people coming and going on the sidewalk...
Date: 1918 ca.
Description: This 1918 map of Chippewa County, Wisconsin, shows the township and range grid, towns, sections, cities and villages, rural residences, churches, schools,...
Description: Elevated view of men, women, and a child posing on boards at a lumbering and sawmill operation. The camp was operated by Edward Hahn, who named the communi...
Description: Trail through the pines between Chippewa Falls and Long Lake, Chippewa County.
Description: Elevated view over dam of the site of the Cornell Wood Products Company. On the opposite shoreline is a pulpwood stacker, tall smokestack, water tower, and...
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