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Description: A woman sitting on a horse near cabins at Boulder Lodge.
Date: 1935 ca.
Description: View from road of large two-story building situated along roadway. A gasoline pump is next to the building along with four fifty-five gallon drums position...
Reference Number: 18534
Reference Number: 18562
Date: date unknown
Description: View of the giant walk-through musky and other over-sized fish at the National Fishing Hall of Fame. A small group of people is visible in the mouth of the...
Description: Two men stand behind a parts counter at the Arthur C. Day Implement Company, an International Harvester dealership. A sign above counter reads, "Internatio...
Description: Man with oar sitting in rowboat with a motor attached, paddling near shore of Spider Lake. "Point Henry Resort" is stenciled on the side of the boat.
Reference Number: 18507
Historic Name: Hayward Ranger Station
Reference Number: 37778
Reference Number: 18493
Historic Name: North Wisconsin Lumber Company Office
Reference Number: 18537
Description: Gus Sharlow, a Native American Indian World War I soldier from Hayward, Wisconsin.
Description: View down dirt road of wood sided one-story building surrounded by tall pine trees. Two automobiles are parked nearby.
Reference Number: 80000403
Reference Number: 18527
Reference Number: 18511
Historic Name: NORTH WISCONSIN LUMBER CO PUMP HOUSE
Reference Number: 18564
Reference Number: 18333
Description: View from North Lake of log cabins on top of low hill. A wooden set of stairs with a railing leads down to the shoreline.
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