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Date: 1935 ca.
Description: Two men, each in a wooden row boat, collect pike fish from a fyke net on a northern Wisconsin lake. One man is standing in his boat holding a fish net hold...
Date: 1911 ca.
Description: Group portrait of loggers and support staff in a lumber camp. In front (holding dog) is T.J. Thompson, a man that traveled using a sled pulled by his dog....
Date: 1920 ca.
Description: View of the Hayward Indian School, including the boys' building, chapel and schoolrooms, and the girls' building.
Description: Historical marker of the Namekagon Portage on the Lac Court Oreilles Native American Reservation.
Description: View from road of clapboard buildings, one with a large enclosed front porch, bordering the roadway. There is a Cities Service Oils gas pump and a sign for...
Description: Exterior view of log building with a rustic deck and two small birdhouses attached under the eaves. The building is situated in a forest setting.
Description: Chippewa (Ojibwa) medicine man John King, with his wife, grandchild, and family standing near a birch wigwam on the Lake Court Oreilles reservation. John...
Description: View from lawn of two men in a wooden rowboat on Spider Lake. There are two docks each with a wooden rowboat tied to it.
Description: Governor Emmanuel Philipp hearing the petition of a St. Croix Ojibwe (Chippewa) Chief during a Victory Celebration on the Courte Oreilles reservation for t...
Description: This early-20th century map of the towns of Round Lake and Spider Lake, Sawyer County, Wisconsin, shows sections, roads, lake and streams, and land owned a...
Date: 1932 ca.
Description: View of a man wearing a hat standing by a tree stump feeding four deer in the woods.
Date: date unknown
Description: Gus Sharlow, a Native American Indian World War I soldier from Hayward, Wisconsin.
Description: Two boys and one girl, all 4-H members, hold chickens, possibly at the Sawyer County Fair.
Description: View down drive of facade of one-story long log building surrounded by trees. A man is walking along the side of the lodge in the far right background.
Description: A woman stands next to a boulder along a drive leading to cabins. "BOULDER LODGE" is printed on the boulder. Boulder Lodge is located on Ghost Lake.
Description: Two men in a wooden rowboat checking a fyke net on a northern Wisconsin lake. One man is standing, holding a fishing net full of walleyes.
Description: Governor Phillip at a victory celebration at Reserve, Wisconsin.
Date: 1937 ca.
Description: Log cabin on cleared land near Lake Chippewa. Nearby there is an arched log bridge over a dry gully.
Date: 1936 ca.
Description: A crowd surrounds a man as he stands atop a tree trunk swinging his axe in a woodchopping contest.
Description: View of the village across a body of water.
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