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Date: 1913 ca.
Description: The Stewart mausoleum located in Pine Grove Cemetery. Flowers and a wreath are at the front door of the mausoleum.
Description: This map is ink on tracing cloth and shows lot and block numbers and dimensions, streets, the high school park, and survey monuments.
The map is oriented...
Description: View of the Marathon County Court House being razed.
Date: 1910 ca.
Description: A photographic postcard of "The Old Tavern" built at Knowlton in 1849. It is a large wooden classical revival style building. A dog joins a group of peopl...
Description: Forest of burnt tree trunks and broken logs.
Description: The Wausau Sulphate Fibre Company grounds near a body of water.
Description: Exterior view of the Methodist Church.
Date: 1942 ca.
Description: John Nutter, Undersheriff of Marathon County. He may have played a role in the sweeping raid on many Hurley area establishments. The arrest warrants were f...
Date: date unknown
Description: View from street of the Marathon County Courthouse, "Bet 3rd and 4th, Jefferson and Scott Streets". Men and women are crossing the snowy streets near parke...
Description: Rotary Club barbeque along the Plover River at the campsite of Neal Brown. Several men gather around a barbeque pit where meat is being cooked on a rotisse...
Description: A letter to Mr. H.M. Bower of Employers Mutual Liability Insurance written by H.L. Wollenberg.
Description: View from below of a man, sitting atop a large rock pile/quarry in the vicinity of Wausau.
Description: Two logging workers pose with their team of horses who are hitched to a go-devil, used for skidding logs to a road or landing.
Description: Letterhead of the Marathon County Bank, of Wausau, Wisconsin, organized in 1875, with clouds and rays around the name of the bank. Features a three-quarter...
Description: Two children, a boy and a girl, stand on a porch. A woman in a dress (face obscured) crouches behind the two children.
Description: Martin Keefe, owner of the livery stable, drives a horse-drawn hearse, which has sled runners. The hearse was for the funeral of Mrs. Tom Hill. The buildin...
Description: Colorized postcard view of the exterior of the high school. A bell tower is on the roof.
Description: The cheese factory owned by Bernard Herndel located on rural State Highway 13 in Marathon County.
Date: 1928-08 ca.
Description: John P. Wood of Wausau, winner of the 1928 National Air Reliability Tour, with his "Waco from Wausau." Also in the photograph are Wood's prizes: the Edsel...
Date: 1914-02 ca.
Description: Two men dressed in business attire stand in the snow in front of logs cut as part of W.L.L. & T. logging operations.
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