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Date: 1872 after
Description: A group of men use a team of four horses to transport logs across snow-covered ground on a sled. Trees stand in the background.
Date: 1910 ca.
Description: T.J. Thompson seated on a sled pulled by his dog. He traveled among the lumber camps between Winter and Raddison, selling watches and jewelry.
Date: 1905 ca.
Description: A view of Rice Lake.
Description: Iva Rindlisbacher (left), Helene Stratman-Thomas, and Lois Rindlisbacher at the Swiss bells. The bells stand was built by Otto Rindlisbacher, Iva's husband...
Date: 1890 ca.
Description: View of the Park House Hotel (called the Commercial House before 1888), which burned down in 1892.
Description: View of the Narrows Bridge with a group of people beside it in a boat.
Description: View of La Salle Street, looking east.
Description: Second Avenue in downtown Dallas.
Description: View of several buildings in Prairie Farm.
Date: 1907 ca.
Description: View of Cameron.
Description: Home Store or Big Store was built by Mr. George Scott in 1901, and was the town's main general store, which was built to replace the old Knapp, Stout & Com...
Description: Robert M. La Follette, Sr., with his fist in the air, speaking from the back of a wagon. It was in part due to his vigorous speaking style that La Follette...
Description: Steam log hauler made by Phoenix Manufacturing Company of Eau Claire, pulling loaded skids through snow. Rice Lake lumber camp, overland spur.
Date: date unknown
Description: A vine-covered arched trellis with a yoke hanging from it is over the path leading into the camp. A camp building is in the background.
Description: A view of the Rice Lake Lumber Company Mill, taken from a high vantage point. A formation of logs sits in the river while piles of finished boards sit in...
Description: G.E. Scott residence from rear.
Description: View of the Methodist Episcopal church.
Description: Like many early settlements of southeastern Wisconsin, Clinton was founded in 1836 by Yankees--imigrants from New England and New York.
Description: Home Store, Prairie Farm, Wisconsin. Shows right side facing building.
Description: Otto Rindlisbacher, folk singer and maker of stringed instruments, sitting in his shop holding a Hardanger fiddle.
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