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Date: 1911 ca.
Description: Shows roads, railroads, street railways, abandoned logging railroads, rural mail routes, platted land, state forest reserves, and parts of Burnett County,...
Date: 1960 ca.
Description: Aerial view with docks in the foreground.
Date: 1890 ca.
Description: Big Manitou Falls on the Black River. This waterfall reportedly was called "Gitchee Monido" by the Ojibwa, which means "Falls of the Great Spirit."
Date: 1800 after
Description: This pen and ink drawing with watercolor shows the course of the Black River from Rock Creek, near Greenwood in Clark County, Wisconsin, to its confluence...
Description: This map shows lots, lots appropriated for churches and schools, streets, parks, court house, and land to be appropriated for railroad depots. An inset map...
Description: View down railroad tracks towards the Central Avenue depot and the railroad crossing.
Description: Highway with timbered railroad underpass.
Date: 1859 ca.
Description: From Holzlhuber's journal:
"Cordes bought his cultivated land from an Irishman and built for himself in 1859 a nice brick dwelling house. Because of the r...
Date: 1900 ca.
Description: Elevated view of Tower Avenue.
Date: 1886 ca.
Description: This map shows lot and block numbers, sold lots, established dock lines, docks, slips, railroads, industrial buildings, streets, and the St. Louis Bay.
Date: 1928 ca.
Description: Stamp for Wisconsin created during or after President Calvin Coolidge's 1928 summer visit to Wisconsin. President Coolidge spent the summer fishing on the...
Description: Several men are working with logs and equipment in Brule River State Forest.
Date: date unknown
Description: Close-up view of the Military Road marker design, which honors the pioneers who established the first settlement in Superior.
Description: Employees of Anderson & Sons, a Minneapolis construction company, surfacing and curing USH 53 in Douglas County.
Date: 1930 after
Description: View of bridge and Brule River monument. Placed where the Brule River is crossed by the Memorial Highway from Superior to Brule and Ashland (Highway 2).
Date: 1945 ca.
Description: View of Tower Avenue, looking north. A drugstore can be seen on the corner (right), as can an auto parts store.
Description: Building at the Tri-State Fair, outside of which a white pine tree dying from white pine blister rust is displayed.
Description: Rand, McNally map of North America enhanced to show Superior as the center of a wheel. The image was used on the back of stationery from City Improvement C...
Date: 1930 ca.
Description: Exterior view of the Bradshaw home, erected in about 1927 by Peter E. and John W. Bradshaw as a general store.
Description: Exterior view of the main building of the Superior State Teachers' College.
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