• Economy Lumber

    Krohn, Donald

    Economy Lumber

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  • Rapids Lumber and Supply Company

    Krohn, Donald

    Rapids Lumber and Supply Company

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  • Wood Stacks

    Krohn, Donald

    Stacks of lumber

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  • Wood Yard

    Postcard collection - Nekoosa. Wood Yard, Nekoosa.

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  • Greetings from Nekoosa

    Postcard collection - Nekoosa. Lumber yard at Nekoosa, Wisconsin.

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  • Steam Jammer

    Port Edwards Postcard Collection. A steam jammer mounted on a railroad flat car and used for loading and unloading logs for the Port Edwards Fiber Company, about 1900.

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  • Pile of Planks

    Oliver, Lawrence

    Homemade lumber piling machine owned by Donald Woodruff (on ground), Walter Halverson standing on top. Woodruff Lumber in Vesper

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  • Steam Powered Crane

    Colby, J.M

    Postcard collection - Nekoosa. Steam powered crane unloading logs at Nekoosa mill.

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  • Panoramic view of Port Edwards

    Port Edwards Postcard Collection. Panoramic view taken from the roof of the paper mill office in Port Edwards and looking south, circa 1910. In the lower left corner, logs are visible floating on the…

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  • Port Edwards Fiber Company

    Port Edwards Postcard Collection. The Port Edwards Fiber Company mill in Port Edwards. Built in 1905, it supplied chemical pulp, which was superior to groundwood pulp, to the John Edwards Manufacturin…

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  • Soap Box Derby

    Krohn, Donald

    Cars at the Soap Box Derby Race (727 was the phone number for Rapids Lumber)

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  • Arm in Arm

    Oliver, Lawrence

    Men from Vesper identified as (l to r); Martin Hohnfeldt (President of the Village of Vesper), Fred "Fritz" Bauman (Barber), Art Hohnstein (manager of Kellogg Lumber in Vesper), next two unknown, Elme…

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