• Parade

    Parade on River Street going past Dr. Blom's house and office. The house is in the foreground on the right. It was later moved to Roselund Street. The Opera House was later used as a dance hall.

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  • Building a railroad bridge

    Men building the railroad bridge on the spur behind the Solum property. The Solum property was located north of Woodville. The Solums once owned the hotel on River Street and a livery stable. Their ho…

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  • Children playing

    Children playing on a merry-go-round with wooden horses

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  • Woodville's Main Street

    Main Street in Woodville, Wisconsin around the turn of the century

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  • Red Cross volunteers

    Red Cross volunteers in Woodville, Wisconsin on September 5, 1917. 1-Mrs. Art Stockman, 2-Clara Trapp Johnson, 3-Emily Myrvold Wallesverd, 4-Adeline Lund Olson, 5-Mrs. Chas Pope, 6-Mrs. P.N. Olson, 7-…

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  • Train engine in the snow

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    Train engine 232 I-14-6-0 in the snow. Longtime Woodville resident Milo Carlson recalled a school outing in which the train, returning from Spring Valley, rammed into the snow and got stuck there for…

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  • Hanson-Mathison Hardware Store

    The inside of the Hanson-Mathison Hardware Store in Woodville, Wisconsin. Manager Christian Nelson is standing behind the counter in a white shirt.

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  • Old train depot

    The old train depot and tracks to Emerald, Spring Valley, and the main line. The old depot was replaced in 1913.

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  • Dr. Stockman's residence

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    Dr. Stockman's residence located at the corner of Himo and Division Streets.

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  • Labor Day parade

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    The 1908 Labor Day parade going down River Street in Woodville, WI. The Stockmans' residence is at the top of the hill. The side of the Hanson and Johnson Store is in the foreground, left side.

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  • Woodville's Main Street

    A winter scene of Main Street in Woodville in the early 1900's

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  • 1908 flood

    The West branch of the Eau Galle River (Carr Creek) flooded on June 22, 1908.

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  • Lea Ingram Lumber Company

    The Lea Ingram Lumber Company of Woodville, Wisconsin. This saw mill was probably built in 1877; the large pond was created nearby to hold and sort the logs. In 1879, J.G. Ingram, Capt. W.W. Lea, and…

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  • Stump pulling

    Pine tree stumps being pulled out to clear the fields around Woodville, Wisconsin

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  • Racine-Sattley Farm Implements

    The Racine-Sattley Farm Implements building and the Hanson and Johnson lumber and building supplies building in Woodville, Wisconsin

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  • Steam freight train in winter

    Steam freight train leaving the old depot in Woodville and crossing the bridge on Highway B.

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  • Gunderson and Christiansen General Blacksmithing

    The blacksmithing shop was located on River Street where the West Branch of the Eau Galle (Carr Creek) crosses the street. Mr. Christiansen later changed his name to Finvold. P.C. Finvold came to Wood…

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  • Brick train depot

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    The Woodville Depot built in 1913. The foundation is near the corner of present-day Railroad Street and Lockwood Street.

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  • Woodville's Main Street

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    Main Street in Woodville around 1900. The street is lined with horses and buggies. The Hanson and Johnson Hardware store in on the corner of Main and River Streets. The brick building is the Mercantil…

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  • Mail delivery in the spring

    P.C. Finvold's mail route and rig in about 1903.

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