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Date: 1904 ca.
Description: At Hein's logging camp, a crane mounted on a railroad train lifts logs onto a flatbed railway car. Other logs are stacked on the snowy ground. A number of...
Description: This blueprint manuscript map shows landownership, mills, railroad, churches, public buildings, the old cemetery, and the Chippewa River and Reservoir. The...
Description: This standard U.S.G.S. topographic map was annotated by civil engineer and railroad historian James P. Kaysen to show the location of existing and defunct...
Date: 1908 ca.
Description: Cut sample pine log mounted as an exhibit in Irvine Park.
Description: Three-quarter length studio portrait in front of draperies of a man standing in a tuxedo and white shirt and tie, with his hands crossed behind his back.
Description: Rial Herreman, Sr. and Rial Herreman, Jr. inside the Herreman Drugstore in Boyd, Wisconsin.
Date: 1912 ca.
Description: Elevated panoramic view of buildings in Stanley.
Description: Vacationers sitting on wicker chairs on the enclosed porch at the Basswood in Long Lake.
Description: View of the Chippewa River rapids.
Description: Several wagon loads of lumber stand in the yard of a planing mill.
Date: 1900 ca.
Description: The square, four-story brick Chippewa Shoe Company building, located at the intersection of Bay Street and River Street looking North. There is a fire esca...
Description: Footbridge spanning the Chippewa River near Brunet Falls (now Cornell Falls)
Date: 1903 ca.
Description: Several buildings in the complex of the F.G. and C.A. Stanley Manufacturing Plant. The largest building is labeled "F.G. and C.A. Stanley." A smaller build...
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 is a column...
Description: Wisconsin Congressman David R. Obey touring the new Cray Computer facility. Obey had been involved in securing federal funding for the company.
Description: Outdoor group portrait of fourteen people who make up the Governor's Citizens Committee on Public Welfare. They are posed front of a building at the Northe...
Description: Logs floating down the river beneath the bridge on the Chippewa River. On the far shoreline are billboards. One advertises for "J.R. Sharp Hardware." Men a...
Description: The clapboard Hickory Park Cottage stands at the edge of a wooded area. A man holding a gun stands behind cut logs to the right of the cottage. There appea...
Description: Pallets of lumber in the Chippewa Lumber & Boom Company Lumber Yard. Smoke comes from smokestacks in the background. Cows are in the field in the foregroun...
Description: The Holcomb[e] or Little Falls Dam on the Chippewa River, with rocky shoreline in foreground.
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