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Forest Rangers on Horseback

Date: 1912
Description: Two forest rangers on horseback at Trout Lake Station.
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Harrington and Others at Memorial Pole

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Description: Eight men, including C. L. (Neal) Harrington, pose at a memorial pole together.
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Totem Pole in Peninsula State Park

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Description: The totem pole has a carved wooden bear clinging to the top. The totem pole was erected in 1927 in honor of the aboriginal inhabitants of Wisconsin. Potawa...
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Terry Andrae State Park Recreational Grounds

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Description: Recreational grounds near the beach at Terry Andrae State Park. A woman and a child are on a swing set. There are teeter totters on the left.
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Mann's Resort, Trout Lake

Date: August 06 1911
Description: A postcard sent by C.L. (Neal) Harrington to his sister Alice Harrington in Hurley, Wisconsin. A young man stands near a fence on the right, and behind him...
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Terry Andrae State Park Beach

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Description: White sand and breaking waves along the beach at Terry Andrae State Park.
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Terry Andrae State Park Beach

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Description: Beach at Terry Andrae State Park. There is a wooden boardwalk in the foreground.
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Terry Andrae State Park Beach

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Description: View along shoreline showing the wide sandy swimming beach along Lake Michigan at Terry Andrae State Park. Two people are on the shoreline.
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Terry Andrae State Park Beach

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Description: The bathhouse and wooden boardwalks at the swimming beach, Terry Andrae State Park.
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Ranger Headquarters District No. 8

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Description: A building, surrounded in deep snow, used by Wisconsin forest rangers of district 8, perhaps in northern Wisconsin. The building includes two sets of close...
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Windsor Mine Shaft on Fire

Date: May 02 1910
Description: The postcard shows billowing smoke from the Hurley, Wisconsin Windsor mine shaft. Two men who were in the mine at the time lost their lives. A group of boy...
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Camp Keewatin

Date: October 24 1911
Description: A friend named George sent this photographic postcard to Emilie Chisholm, Ironwood, Michigan. Camp Keewatin was a boys camp. Emily Chisholm eventually marr...
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Curtiss Flying Boat at Trout Lake

Date: 1915
Description: View from shoreline of Trout Lake of a group of six men posed with the pilot, possibly Jack Vilas, on an early seaplane or flying boat floating in the wate...
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State House Crew

Date: 1912
Description: Group portrait of forest rangers outside a house. They are wearing work clothes, boots and a variety of hats. A man on the right is holding a gun and point...
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Forest Rangers at Hang Out at Tomahawk Lake

Date: 1912
Description: Group portrait of twelve men posing on the steps and porch of a building, probably forest rangers. The men are wearing a variety of clothing, including a b...
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The Shot Shaft at Tower Hill State Park

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Description: The 120 foot shot shaft below the shot tower at Tower Hill State Park.
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First Wisconsin Capitol 1836

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Description: Three men pose outside the First Wisconsin Capitol. The man standing in the middle is C.L. (Neal) Harrington.
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Barn: Wisconsin State Forest Reserve, Trout Lake

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Description: View of front of vertical log barn. Probably built in the late 19th century. It has a louvered cupola or ventilator, T-crossed barn doors and three glass w...
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View from the Site of Norway Spring

Date: 1912
Description: This view is looking northeast from the site of Norway Springs at the north end of Trout Lake in the spring. In the foreground are tree stumps; in the back...
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Main Bldg: Wisconsin State Forest Reserve, Trout Lake

Date: 1912
Description: View of the main building at the Headquarters Camp State Board of Forestry at Trout Lake. This was the Headquarters of Field Instruction for Forest Ranger...

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