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Date: 1910 ca.
Description: Chippewa Falls from the south side of the river below the falls. The image includes the Sheely House Tavern, railway buildings, box cars, a train with five...
Date: date unknown
Description: William C. Duren of Chippewa Falls, a journalist who worked for "Stars and Stripes" and the "Chippewa Herald Telegram", as well as launching Cygnet Films,...
Description: The Chippewa Spring House, a small round building with a conical roof with a sign over the door reading "Chippewa Spring," sitting off to the side of a dir...
Description: Numerous men stand on and around a large pile of logs and a sled stacked with logs pulled by four horses at the C & M Ry Company's camp. There is snow on t...
Date: 1905 ca.
Description: Dirt road and building (house?).
Description: Interior view of the Boone Tire Factory. A man is using a machine to wrap canvas around a rubber tire.
Date: 1800 after
Description: This map of Chippewa Falls is a lithograph and shows plats, labeled streets, landings, some businesses, and the Chippewa River. The map was drawn "from act...
Date: 1900 ca.
Description: Interior view of the First Presbyterian Church chancel decorated for Christmas. There are several decorated Christmas trees, an arch and crosses covered wi...
Description: Three barefoot boys stand on a pile of logs in the foreground looking across the river at a group of men working to free a log jam in the Big Eddy on the C...
Description: "We get a new record for distance from Theresa (235 miles) when we visit at Park Inn in Chippewa Falls."
Description: About twenty women sit at tables sewing on sewing machines in the sewing room of the Chippewa Woolen Mill.
Date: 1895 ca.
Description: Two men stand at Hein's Lumber Camp atop a load of logs on a sled to which is hitched four horses, claimed to be the largest load of logs ever hauled by fo...
Description: View across yard of a storm-damaged farmhouse. In the foreground is an overturned automobile. The windows of the house have been blown out and the roof has...
Date: 1913 ca.
Description: Dam and hydroelectric power house, with a billowing smokestack and a crane in the background.
Description: View down Main Street lined with shops. Cars are sporadically parked along the curbs. There is a hotel, the Fritzstoldt tailor, soda fountain and drug stor...
Description: Waist-up studio portrait of E. Grossman, a tailor.
Description: The wreckage of buildings on the John Hedler farm after a tornado. An intact wooden barrel and part of a wooden fence stands in the center foreground. A la...
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...
Description: The Holcomb[e] or Little Falls Dam on the Chippewa River, with rocky shoreline in foreground.
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