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Lumber Camp Dining Room

Date: 1890
Description: Group of men posing in the dining room at August Mason's lumber camp. Three men are playing stringed instruments. Posters are displayed on the wall behind...
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Beauty Queen Harvesting Cranberries

Date: 1947
Description: A young woman dressed in a bathing suit and wading boots poses for a promotional photograph for the Wisconsin cranberry industry at Thunder Lake Marsh. Tw...
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Robert M. La Follette, Sr. Speaking from Wagon

Date: 1897
Description: Robert M. La Follette, Sr., campaigning in Cumberland. La Follette led the reform faction in Wisconsin's Republican party and in 1900, he was elected gover...
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Robert M. La Follette, Sr. Speaking from Wagon

Date: 1897
Description: Robert M. La Follette, Sr., speaking to a crowd from back of a wagon. This image is one of a series of views of his appearance at a fair in Cumberland, Wi...
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Robert M. La Follette, Sr. Speaking from Wagon

Date: 1897
Description: Robert M. La Follette, Sr., with his fist in the air, speaking from the back of a wagon. He is wearing a hat and a suit without the coat. It was in part du...
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Barron Coop Creamery

Date: 1900
Description: Two men pose at the Barron Coop Creamery next to the churns full of butter, which is ready to be packed into the small barrels nearby.
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Robert M. La Follette, Sr. Speaking from Wagon

Date: 1897
Description: Robert M. La Follette, Sr., with his fist in the air, speaking from the back of a wagon. It was in part due to his vigorous speaking style that La Follette...
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Pabst Malt Extract

Date: 1903
Description: Eye catching Eagle Drugstore window display for Pabst Malt Extract, "The Best Tonic". An advertisement for this product stated that it was "the greatest to...
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Phoenix Log Hauler

Date: 1914
Description: Steam log hauler made by Phoenix Manufacturing Company of Eau Claire, pulling loaded skids through snow. Rice Lake lumber camp, overland spur.
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International Truck Owned by Rice Lake Bottling Works

Date: 1920
Description: International truck owned by the Rice Lake Bottling Works parked on a snow-covered street in front of Reckenthaler's Garage. The truck is equipped with cha...
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Logging Crew

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Description: A Knapp, Stout & Company crew with J. Bracklin (in fur coat), logging superintendent.
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Sunday Washing

Date: 1913
Description: The men of Rice Lake Lumbering Camp #6 do their laundry on a Sunday.
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Snow Train in Barron

Date: March 03 1917
Description: Winter scene of a snow-covered locomotive plowing its way through Barron, following a storm.
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Short Train at Rice Lake

Date: 1890
Description: A Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapolis & Omaha Railroad engine pulling a pay car. Identified employees include: (left to right) brakeman E.W. Sweet and fireman C...
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Iva Rindlisbacher, Helene Stratman-Thomas, and Lois Rindlisbacher at Swiss Bells

Date: August 15 1941
Description: Iva Rindlisbacher (left), Helene Stratman-Thomas, and Lois Rindlisbacher at the Swiss bells. The bells stand was built by Otto Rindlisbacher, Iva's husband...
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Otto Rindlisbacher with Hardanger Fiddle

Date: August 15 1941
Description: Otto Rindlisbacher, folk singer and maker of stringed instruments, and violin collection, sitting in his shop holding a Hardanger fiddle. Caption at bottom...
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Otto Rindlisbacher and Accordion

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Description: Musician and instrument maker Otto Rindlisbacher with button accordion.
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Prairie Farm Creamery

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Description: Exterior of the Prairie Farm Creamery with horse-drawn wagons in front.
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Barron County Court House

Date: 1920
Description: Barron County Court House.
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Carnegie Library

Date: 1910
Description: Front view of Carnegie Library.

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