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Description: View down retail street. Cars are parked along the curbs. The stores include: Victrola's dealer, a cafe, a recreation parlor, a restaurant, a clothing stor...
Date: 1905 ca.
Description: Dirt road and building (house?).
Description: Elevated view across dirt road of a paper mill on the shore of the Chippewa River next to a concrete dam. The mill has a tall smokestack. On the far shorel...
Description: Rial Herreman prepares a mixture in the laboratory of his drugstore in Boyd, Wisconsin.
Description: About two dozen men sit in chairs and on stumps in a clearing in a wooded area, having a meeting.
Description: View of the Chippewa Lumber and Boom Company's Big Mill beyond the Wagon Bridge over the Chippewa River.
Description: The aftermath of a killer tornado, including an arrow and caption that reads: "William Berg Killed Here." In the background near the farmhouse are a group...
Date: 1913 ca.
Description: Dam and hydroelectric power house, with a billowing smokestack and a crane in the background.
Description: Exterior of the Edward Rutledge Charity. There is a sign for the tourist camp and Irvine Park on the lamppost.
Date: 1850 ca.
Description: Painting depicting Chippewa Falls and the first sawmill on the Chippewa River, built by Jean Brunet. The residence of H.S. Allen, one of the owners of the...
Date: 1920 ca.
Description: The Stanley Hotel, with electricity poles next to it.
Date: date unknown
Description: Agricultural forum in Chippewa Falls. Speaking is Congressman David R. Obey, and next to him is Congressman Steve Gunderson. Gunderson was the only represe...
Date: 1900 ca.
Description: Horse-drawn wagons, including a water wagon, stand on a street next to a broad sidewalk in a commercial district. The storefronts of P.L. McQuillan and Con...
Description: Several hundred pallets of lumber stand in the C.L. & B. lumber yard, with an open field in the foreground and a wooded area in the background
Description: Interior view of the Stanley Public Library. The library opened in 1901 and was funded with a $15,000 donation from Mrs. S.F. Moon. In the room are a large...
Description: Men in bateaux for the Chippewa Lumber and Boom Company's log drive on the Chippewa River at Jim Falls.
Description: "We get a new record for distance from Theresa (235 miles) when we visit at Park Inn in Chippewa Falls."
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...
Date: 1919 ca.
Description: The bride, groom, wedding party, and pastor(?) pose for the Stafford-Harold wedding portrait. The groom wears a military uniform from the World War I era.
Description: Two young boys in watch caps, heavy wool coats, knickers and boots pose for an advertisement for C-F Woolen Mills in front of a studio backdrop.
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