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Date: 1890 after
Description: Exterior view from across street of Roosevelt Terrace apartments.
Date: 1855 ca.
Description: Chronicle newspaper office, the first building on the townsite of Superior, built in 1853 by William C. Howenstine, John T. Morgan, and August Zachau.
Description: A Commissioner's Notice of the draft, beginning on the first of September. On the first two days, claims of exemption from military service were to be hear...
Date: 1890 ca.
Description: This map of Douglas County, Wisconsin, published around the beginning of the 20th century shows the copper bearing formations in the county on a map that a...
Date: 1930 ca.
Description: Cedar Island on Brule River, a nationally known speckle trout stream. The island has native towering white pine and bubbling clear springs. These are some...
Description: "Compliments of the Douglas County Highway Department"--Top margin. Shows state-trunk highways, county highways, town roads, trails, boundaries, and concr...
Date: 1940 ca.
Description: View of a corner of the pioneer kitchen at the Douglas County Historical Museum.
Description: This map of Superior shows labeled streets, railroads, docks, city wards, and the state line. Relief is shown by hachures. Below the title reads: "Bedford...
Description: This map shows streets, industrial buildings, a portion of Lake Superior and other lakes, bays, and rivers in portions of Duluth and Superior. Relief is sh...
Description: This map shows blocks, industrial buildings, and railroads in portions of Duluth and Superior, as well as harbor lines, areas improved, and proposed improv...
Description: The Evergreen Park Cottage Sanatorium, where in 1903 Dr. W.B. Hopkins opened the first tuberculosis sanatorium in Wisconsin. Financial problems caused the...
Description: Inscription of Brule River monument. Placed where the Brule River is crossed by the Memorial Highway from Superior to Brule and Ashland (Highway 2).
Date: 1920 ca.
Description: View of Tower Avenue. A furniture store is located on the left side of the street and a shoe store is visible in the distance on the right.
Description: Rand, McNally map of North America enhanced to show Superior as the center of a wheel. The image was used on the back of stationery from City Improvement C...
Description: Bird's-eye view of Superior, Wisconsin.
Description: Cargill Elevators and Great Northern Yards.
Date: 1913 ca.
Description: Colorized postcard of a wooden bridge over the Brule River flowing through the forest. A person is visible on the far side of the bridge. The text below re...
Description: Building at the Tri-State Fair, outside of which a white pine tree dying from white pine blister rust is displayed.
Date: 1960 ca.
Description: Several piles of logs along a logging road waiting for truck pick up.
Date: 1886 ca.
Description: This map shows lot and block numbers, sold lots, established dock lines, docks, slips, railroads, industrial buildings, streets, and the St. Louis Bay.
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