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Minocqua

Date: July 10 1949
Description: Aerial view of Minocqua showing the surrounding lakes.
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Native American Mother

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Description: A Chippewa mother with two children at Minocqua, Wisconsin. This image is part of an exhibit about Native Americans prepared by Paul Vanderbilt, the first...
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Minocqua Town Scene

Date: 1890
Description: A view of the town of Minocqua.
Postcard

Minocqua From Clawson's Hill

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Description: Elevated view of Minocqua from Clawson's Hill. Caption reads: "Minocqua Wisconsin From Clawson's Hill".
Postcard

Elevated View of Town

Date: 1905
Description: Caption reads: Panoramic View of Minocqua, Wis." A railroad bridge is in the foreground.
Photograph

View of Minocqua from Boxcar

Date: 1916
Description: Elevated view of the town from a boxcar. People are posing in the street on the right. A lake is in the upper right, and railroad tracks and a rail car are...
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View of Minocqua from Boxcar

Date: 1916
Description: Elevated view of the town from a boxcar. A railroad train is headed towards a bridge over the lake. Caption reads: The ideal fishing resort of the One Thou...
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Car on Dirt Road

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Description: Near Lake Minocqua. View of rear of car driving on narrow dirt road lined with trees along lake which is on the right. A barn and silo are on the shoreline...
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Snowstorm over Harbor

Date: September 27 1942
Description: Labeled as a "freak" snowstorm. A boathouse takes up the majority of the image, with a flag flying over the boathouse. The lake is not frozen, but ice and...
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Vine-Covered Birdhouse

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Description: Man standing near Purple Martin birdhouse on a tall post, near a border of flowering bushes. There are houses in the background.
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Minocqua Service Station

Date: 2008
Description: According to the Minocqua Times, work on this yellow-glazed brick station, which stands at 329 Front Street, began in late 1931.
Postcard

C.M. & St. P. Bridge

Date: 1907
Description: View from water of the Chicago Milwaukee and St. Paul railroad bridge. Probably over a stretch of Kawaguasaga Lake. There is a stairway leading to the wate...
Print

John A. Bosacki Letterhead

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Description: Letterhead of John A. Bosacki of Minocqua, Wisconsin, a cigar manufacturer, with an image of a cigar rolled in the "perfecto" shape.
Document

Minocqua Lumber Company Letterhead

Date: 
Description: Letterhead of the Minocqua Lumber Company, with a footer of two houses near the water's edge with a forest in the background that extends along the left-ha...
Photograph

Bushel of Potatoes

Date: September 26 1895
Description: A pile of potatoes, weighing one hundred and seventy-four pounds, sits next to an overturned bushel basket on the potato field of Henry Kuepper. Stumps and...
Map or Atlas

Minocqua Lakes Area of Northern Wisconsin (in Vilas and Oneida Counties) : Including: Woodruff, Arbor Vitae, Lake Tomahawk, Lac du Flambeau, St. Germaine, Hazelhurst

Date: 1962
Description: This map shows roads, golf courses, ski areas, boat landings, camp sites, waysides, parks, beaches, scenic views, virgin timber tracts, airports, boys and...
Map or Atlas

Minocqua Region, Top o' Wisconsin : The World's Most Concentrated Lake Region

Date: 1940
Description: This map shows lakes, roads, car trails, foot trails, railroads, resorts and camps, and fire towers. The map includes an inset location map and pictorial d...
Photograph

Winterama

Date: January 1968
Description: Groups of people are walking or standing downtown along the snow-covered street at night. Snowmobiles are parked in the right foreground. A banner stretchi...
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Winterama

Date: January 1968
Description: Elevated view of a crowd of people with snowmobiles standing on both sides of a snowy street downtown. There is a sign for a barbershop on the left, and a...
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Battle of the Muskies

Date: September 25 1937
Description: After a long day of fishing, the governors of three states are posing with ten muskies hanging from a birch log wired to two trees. Known as the "Battle of...

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