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Description: Elevated view from steep shoreline of dam in Chippewa Falls.
Description: About a dozen men stand in the woods by a large tent. The carcass of a deer is hanging from one of the trees. A horse stands nearby. There are some traces...
Description: The raised altar of the Episcopal Church, with potted palms sitting on the steps. Lilies in vases and candles are displayed on the altar. Elaborate woodwor...
Description: The tourist camp that the citizens of Chippewa Falls provided free for motorists passing through their community.
Description: Photographic postcard of the Yellow River Bridge. A horse-drawn wagon full of hay is crossing the bridge. Houses and trees can be seen on the far side of t...
Description: The Big Lumber Mill seen from across the Chippewa River under cloudy skies, with smoke coming out of several smokestacks
Description: Exterior of the Edward Rutledge Charity. There is a sign for the tourist camp and Irvine Park on the lamppost.
Description: This manuscript map shows the Chippewa River watershed, including the Red Cedar or Menomonie River, Flambeau or Manitowish River, Jump River, Eau Claire Ri...
Description: Several hundred pallets of lumber stand in the C.L. & B. lumber yard, with an open field in the foreground and a wooded area in the background
Description: Rial Herreman, Sr. and Rial Herreman, Jr. inside the Herreman Drugstore in Boyd, Wisconsin.
Description: Map of the Chippewa River, from the head of navigation at the city of Chippewa Falls, covering a distance of 16 miles above : showing the established impro...
Description: Exterior view from road of the Chippewa Falls Library. The library opened in 1903 and Andrew Carnegie funded the library with $10,000. Above the main entra...
Date: 1910 ca.
Description: Chippewa Falls from the south side of the river below the falls. The image includes the Sheely House Tavern, railway buildings, box cars, a train with five...
Date: 1921-05 ca.
Description: Two workers unload crates of produce from the back of an International Model H truck. The truck was owned by the Monpas Dray Line. Photograph by "Gray."
Description: The Holcomb[e] or Little Falls Dam on the Chippewa River, with rocky shoreline in foreground.
Description: The logging camp of Bruno Vinett. About a dozen horses, most in harness, and a similar number of men stand in front of a barn-like building and a small woo...
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. In the room are reading...
Date: 1915 ca.
Description: Group of men and a woman standing near a horse-drawn wagon outside an International Harvester farm implement dealership. The group is standing near an Osbo...
Description: View across yard of a storm-damaged farmhouse. In the foreground is an overturned automobile. The windows of the house have been blown out and the roof has...
Description: Elevated view across dirt road of a paper mill on the shore of the Chippewa River next to a concrete dam. The mill has a tall smokestack. On the far shorel...
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