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Reference Number: 207241
Historic Name: SABEAN BOARDING HOUSE
Reference Number: 18532
Date: 1935 ca.
Description: View down hill of log cabins on shore of Spider Lake. A dog is laying on a path near two lawn swings, and a man is leaning against a tree stump, gazing at...
Description: Exterior view of the front facade showing the main doorway and front porch on the Jack Frost Lodge No. 2 on Round Lake. The building has one brick chimney...
Historic Name: ST. JOSEPH'S ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH
Reference Number: 18522
Historic Name: HAYWARD RAILROAD DEPOT
Reference Number: 18519
Date: 1970 ca.
Description: This map shows lot and block numbers, city limits, cemeteries, schools, outdoor theater, Lumberjack Bowl, and Historyland among other attractions.
Description: View from North Lake of log cabins on top of low hill. A wooden set of stairs with a railing leads down to the shoreline.
Description: View along shoreline of a man wearing a hat and sitting on a hillside. A dog retrieves a stick in the water. Wooden row boats are at docks in the backgroun...
Historic Name: J C DAVIS HOUSE
Reference Number: 18556
Reference Number: 18544
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.
Historic Name: GORUD HOMESTEAD (?)
Reference Number: 18317
Historic Name: North Wisconsin Lumber Company Office
Reference Number: 80000403
Description: Wooden rowboats tied along shoreline of Moose Lake. One boat has a small trolling motor. A small building is along the shore near a dock with a bench.
Description: Five men in three wooden row boats lifting fyke nets out of northern Wisconsin lake. The men are doing conservation work, netting for walleyes and muskies.
Description: A view down Main Street with cars parked at an angle in front of storefronts.
Description: Two-story log building surrounded by immature trees on Moose Lake. There is a flagpole on the left, and automobiles are parked in the foreground.
Historic Name: INTERNATIONAL ORDER OF ODD FELLOWS BUILDING
Reference Number: 18488
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