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Date: 1896 ca.
Description: Margery Bish, the toddler daughter of the photographer, stands on a dirt road wearing a hooded cloak.
Date: 1905 ca.
Description: Fire department steamer #1 fire engine, named after hotel proprietor J.A. Taylor.
Date: 1968 ca.
Description: Bill Duren of Chippewa Falls, founder of Cygnet Films. Cygnet Films made training films. After his premature death, the company became known as Spectrum In...
Description: Full-length studio portrait in front of draperies and a painted backdrop of a young woman wearing a full-length white dress with a lacy bodice and a pastel...
Description: J.R. Sharp, P.E. Woodley, W.M. Bour, and R.M. Seymour sit and stand for a studio portrait in front of a painted backdrop wearing work clothes, ties, and ha...
Date: 1870 ca.
Description: Chippewa Falls taken from high ground.
Description: A cylinder-shaped cement building with an open door in a rural area. In front of the building is a picnic table, and on the right an automobile is parked n...
Life and Lumbering in Chippewa Falls
Description: Farm surrounded by cutover stump land.
Date: date unknown
Description: A busy street scene. Cars are parked at the curbs along the shops. The shops include: a grocery, a bakery/ice cream shop, a cafe, Prentice brothers hardwar...
Description: Exterior view of a rectangular clapboard building. On the right side are large letters spelling out: "CHIPPEWA FALLS CHAIR CO." The building stands in a fi...
Description: Two sled loads of logs each drawn by teams of two horses at Bruno Vinett's logging camp. Drivers sit atop the loads. The ground is covered with snow.
Date: 1900 ca.
Description: Duncan Creek, a dam, and a flour mill.
Description: View from across street of the J.W. Mason hardware store, next to a barbershop. A horse and buggy are driving past the store.
Description: Two men, one wearing an apron, sit in a wanigan tied to the shore of the Chippewa River near Chippewa Falls. The inside of the boat appears to have a pile...
Description: Waist-up studio portrait of E. Rutledge. He has white hair, a moustache and beard, and is wearing a plaid suit and cravat.
Description: A steam locomotive moves along a set of railroad tracks near a sugar beet processing plant with a tall smokestack. There are several small outbuildings in...
Description: Vacationers sitting on wicker chairs on the enclosed porch at the Basswood in Long Lake.
Description: The J.B. Alexander family at the Wisconsin Central train depot. The young child in front holds a doll.
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...
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