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Date: 1935 ca.
Description: A small white playhouse with lattice trim is situated amongst newly planted spruce trees. Nearby is a large, elaborate, multi-level birdhouse.
Description: Nelson smokes a peace pipe held by Bill Baker outside a building after a meeting with tribe members. To Nelson's far right is Governor Patrick Lucey, and i...
Description: Studio portrait of George Morehouse Huss.
Description: A group of Chippewa (Ojibwa) girls in white western clothing and paper feathered headdresses for a celebration commemorating the return of 80 Native Americ...
Description: Log steps leading up steep incline to a log cabin with a stone chimney.
Date: 1910 ca.
Description: Railroad Station from front.
Description: Union Street in Sawyer.
Date: 1920 ca.
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...
Description: Two boys and one girl, all 4-H members, hold chickens, possibly at the Sawyer County Fair.
Description: This 1911 map of south central Sawyer County, Wisconsin, shows land for sale by Veness & Kasl of Exeland, the township and range system, sections, homes, r...
Description: Exterior view of Tucker's Rexall Drugstore. Winter's watertower is visible in the background.
Description: Three men, Breuer, Kielcheski, and Harrington, are standing in front of a large white pine in a snow field. The Flambeau River State Forest is located in p...
Description: This blue print map shows original lakes, area to be covered by Chippewa Flowage (flow-lines for contours 1310 and 1315), dam sites, roads, and buildings.
Description: Cars parked at Ross' Teal Lake Lodge.
Description: Governor Phillip at a victory celebration at Reserve, Wisconsin.
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: date unknown
Description: Winter scene with Mary and Nelson Ross of Ross' Teal Lake Lodge. They are posing in the snow with skis and snowshoes.
Description: Automobile parked next to log cabin situated near shore of Teal Lake.
Description: View from road of large two-story building situated along roadway. A gasoline pump is next to the building along with four fifty-five gallon drums position...
Description: Ojibwe (Chippewa) Indian cemetery among brush and trees. Probably Lac Courte Oreilles.
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