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Description: The Evergreen Park Cottage Sanatorium, where in 1903 Dr. W.B. Hopkins opened the first tuberculosis sanatorium in Wisconsin. Financial problems caused the...
Date: 1889 ca.
Description: View of Superior, with a large group of men in the foreground and various buildings behind them.
Date: 1935 ca.
Description: A one-story building is situated amongst young evergreens and surrounded by stone walls containing river raceways for spawning fish. A group of people are...
Description: Relles family portrait, from left: George, Ida Banon Relles, David, Rabbi Mayer Relles, Nathan.
Description: This map shows streets, industrial buildings, a portion of Lake Superior and other lakes, bays, and rivers in portions of Duluth and Superior. Relief is sh...
Date: date unknown
Description: View across field towards the Superior Refinery, which operated under the name Murphy Oil Corporation at another time.
Date: 1922 ca.
Description: Semi-panoramic view of rapids, water pouring near the dam of the Great Northern Paper Company.
Date: 1890 ca.
Description: Stereoview of Big Manitou Falls on the Black River. This waterfall reportedly was called "Gitchee Monido" by the Ojibwa, which means "Falls of the Great Sp...
Date: 1918 ca.
Description: This World War I era map fragment depicting the western portion of Douglas County, Wisconsin, includes manuscript annotations and stickers pasted onto the...
Description: Exterior view of the St. Joseph Orphanage with lion statues at the entrance.
Description: Captain Abe McDougall's whaleback boat, docked at the American Steel Barge Company.
Date: 1940 ca.
Description: Big Manitou Falls on the Black River. It is referred to as the "lower falls" in the park. This 165-foot waterfall is recognized as the highest in the state...
Description: The Superior Shipyards showing steamships "Moran," "Northwest," and "Northland."
Date: 1891 ca.
Description: This colorful map shows additions, railroads, docks, streets, established dock lines, marshes, and proposed belt line railroad. The map covers west and sou...
Description: Copy photograph of an oval-framed studio portrait of an unidentified European American man. He is wearing a dark-colored suit coat and bow tie.
Date: 1900 ca.
Description: Elevated view of Tower Avenue.
Date: 1943 ca.
Description: Elvated view of war hero Richard Ira Bong (center, in flight jacket) on leave in Poplar, with friends, relatives, and admirers. The group is walking down a...
Description: During the 1990s Congressman David R. Obey, a leading proponent of health care reform, held numerous forums on the subject in his northern Wisconsin distri...
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: Launching Captain Abe McDougall's whaleback boat, "Christopher Columbus," from the American Steel Barge Company dock.
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