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Description: View of Wilson Dam, which opened in 1924. Located on the Tennessee River, boats and buildings can be seen near the dam.
Description: Carter's Siding, a small railroad depot in "cutover" country, showing strong evidence of why formerly forested regions of northern Wisconsin were so named.
Description: Five men load pipes onto a flatbed trailer being pulled by an IH 10-20(?) Industrial tractor. In the background is a large building, probably a manufacturi...
Description: Camping scene along an unidentified Wisconsin road. Although part of the Wisconsin Good Roads collection of Melvin Diemer, this photograph was probably ta...
Date: 1874 ca.
Description: View west from the Cliff House at Devil's Lake.
Description: A group of bicycle riders on the street, with a smiling Vel Phillips in the lead. She is wearing a sweater, scarf, gloves, slacks and lace up shoes. Other...
Description: Street scene featuring carriages, pedestrians, and storefronts.
Date: 1984 ca.
Description: Grain Elevator in DeKalb County.
Description: Meinhardt Raabe, dressed as Little Oscar, shakes hands with a man seated behind the wheel of the Wienermobile.
Description: Chicago Northwestern Railroad tracks and train crossing Monona Bay, the site of an accident in which Harry R. Frankey, 112 South Henry Street, was killed i...
Description: A Model 94 International truck and trailer owned by the Risdon Creamery Company parked alongside a brick building.
Description: Riverside cottage with an automobile parked in front. The license plate reads: "Wisconsin 1938."
Description: Automotive Mechanics class at East High School. Pictured are Irving Smith with a power driven valve seat grinder and Bob Koltes checking his work.
Description: Men place boxes from a rolling cart on a loading dock onto an International C-300 truck owned by the Sibley, Lindsay, and Curr Company department store. On...
Description: View from road of main building at Mirror Lake Bathing Beach Resort, a two-story structure with a porch on the left.
Description: Workers assembling wagon chassis at International Harvester's Weber Works in Auburn Park. The factory was owned by the Weber Wagon Company until 1904 when...
Date: 1932 ca.
Description: Crowd gathered for the milk strike at Stanley.
Description: Former President Theodore Roosevelt with pilot Art Smith and his Curtiss Pusher at the Panama Pacific International Exposition.
Description: View down a street lined with businesses and full of horse-drawn carts. Business signs read: "Hooker-Hendrix Hardware Co." "Light & Power" "Norman Hotel" "...
Description: Weathered farm buildings stand beside a dirt road. Behind the buildings, the orchard is in bloom.
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