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Description: Detail of a Sanborn map of Grafton including the Sheboygan Knitting Company.
Description: This map created by the Sheboygan City Engineer department shows five different types of land use in the city in 1935. A legend in the bottom right corner...
Description: Bird's-eye view of La Crosse.
Description: This map shows selected industrial buildings, streets, railroads, docks, and beacons in West Duluth, Duluth, West Superior, and Superior, as well as the St...
Description: This map includes an index and highways marked in red. Attractions on the map include: Four Mile House, Cold Springs, Grand Crossing Station, Coleman Sloug...
Description: Bird’s-eye-view map. Map includes illustrations and index to points of interest.
Description: Bird’s-eye-view map. Published in the Milwaukee Sentinel: Wednesday morning, August 28, 1889 for the 23rd Nationla Encampments of the GAR, August 27th to 3...
Description: Color coded map. Legend in the top left hand corner reads: "EXISTING AIRPORT PAVEMENT" (purple), "FUTURE 5-YEAR DEVELOPMENT" (bright pink), "ULTIMATE AIRPO...
Description: This map shows streets, railroads, and Wolf Lake. An index of streets is also included.
Description: Plat Map of Glendale Township in Monroe County.
Date: 1890 ca.
Description: This map is a plat map and shows government buildings, churches, Klein’s Park, and the government dam in Kaukauna. The map includes text about Kaukauna wit...
Description: This map shows railroad routes and includes inset maps of Superior and vicinity and Milwaukee and vicinity.
Description: The county and city of Florence were named for Florence Hulst, the wife of an early settler. This view illustrates the two industries, mining and lumbering...
Date: 1949 ca.
Description: This 1949 tourism brochure for the Hayward region includes a directory of members of the Hayward Lakes Resort Association, color illustrations, descriptive...
Description: This map created during the Civil War indicates Confederate fortifications, houses, names of residents, towns, roads, railroads, relief by hachures, draina...
Description: This 1909 chart of the Apostle Islands, Chequamegon Bay, and the Lake Superior shoreline shows relief by contours and spot heights and depths by contours,...
Description: This 1919 map of Sawyer County, Wisconsin, shows the township and range system, sections, cities and villages, roads, railroads, farm houses, the Indian re...
Description: This map shows details of the harbor, proposed route and bridge changes, railroads, streets, selected buildings, a portion of Lake Superior and other lakes...
Date: 1910 ca.
Description: This early 20th century map shows "choice lake properties owned by Rusk Farm Company, Eau Claire, Wis." on Potato Lake in the Town of Rusk, Rusk County, Wi...
Description: Map shows townships and sections, landownership and acreages, rural routes, roads, railroads, creameries, churches, schools, and town halls. Sections appea...
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