• Houses facing East First Street, New Richmond

    View from New Richmond water tower, facing north, with Green Avenue on left.

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  • View from New Richmond water tower, facing west

    View depicts downtown area and houses in the vicinity, facing west from water tower.

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  • Homes on North Arch Avenue, New Richmond

    View of North Arch Avenue in New Richmond, looking northwest, showing homes and the site of the future Carleton A. Friday Memorial Library. Also shows a portion of the Willow River.

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  • Residence of J.W. McCoy

    Residence of John McCoy, formerly on West First Street in New Richmond. McCoy was a banker at the Bank of New Richmond. Also known as the “Cashman House”.

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  • Baldwin in 1984

    Burleigh, George

    Aerial photo looking southeast over Main Street at McGee's Fix-It Shop, the Baldwin Hotel, various houses, and the left side of Main Street.

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  • New Richmond tornado aftermath, Dr. Epley's house, 1899

    Photograph depicting damage to home of Dr. Epley, prominent New Richmond physician, following tornado of June 12, 1899.

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  • Bailey House

    D.R. Bailey's home, later bought by his son. The building became the Baldwin Hospital, but burned. The site is near the current hospital.

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  • View from New Richmond water tower, facing northeast

    View facing northeast includes homes, train and widespread of Willow River in New Richmond.

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  • Bradshaw House/Baldwin Hotel

    Burleigh, Sandy

    The Bradshaw House was built in 1871 and run as a hotel by S.D. Bradshaw. It stands on East Main Street in Baldwin.

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  • Dr. Stockman's residence

    Finvold, P.C

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

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  • Residence of J.W. McCoy

    Residence of John McCoy, formerly on West First Street in New Richmond. McCoy was a banker at the Bank of New Richmond. Also known as the “Cashman House”.

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  • Aerial view of New Richmond neighborhood, looking north

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  • Aerial view of New Richmond, looking south

    View from New Richmond water tower, looking south. Includes former New Richmond High School.

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  • Baldwin in 1984

    Burleigh, George

    Aerial photo looking southwest over many Baldwin houses. McGee's Fix-It Shop is in the right foreground. The trees of Baldwin Cemetery may be seen in the distant upper left.

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  • Baldwin in the 1890s

    Looking southeast over Main Street. The Bulletin office is on the right and the steeple of the Presbyterian Church is visible on the upper right, where Kwik Trip now stands.

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  • View of Woodville from Stockman's Hill

    A view of Woodville from the top of Stockman's Hill. On the left side of the photo is the J.C. Johnson home. The building with the cupola on top on the right side marks the business buildings on Main…

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  • New Richmond tornado aftermath, Baker House, 1899

    Photograph depicts damage to Baker house following June 12, 1899 tornado in New Richmond, Wisconsin.

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  • 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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  • Christ Nielson Family

    Christ Nielson and family on Highway M, Baldwin.

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