• East End of Market Street

    East end of Market Street prior to 1910; Note there is no street car track.

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  • History of Wood County, Wisconsin

    Jones, George O.; McVean, Norman S

    Topics covered in Jones and McVean's 1923 history of Wood County, Wisconsin, include geology and topography, Indians and early explorations, the fur trade, early settlement, politics and government, a…

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  • "Ikie"

    Mike Eichner, "Ikie", the Irving school janitor

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  • Grand Rapids Foundry

    Postcard Collection, West Side. The Grand Rapids Foundry was located near the current day intersection of High Street and West Riverview Expressway.

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  • Turner School Students

    Turner School students.

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  • Pleasant View School

    Exterior shot of Pleasant view school.

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  • Nekoosa Paper Company

    Taylor Brothers

    Nekoosa mill (Nekoosa Paper Company). The building on left is the superintendent's home; center is the office building; right is the pulp mill.

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  • The Home of Roenius Wood and Coal Chutes (in Wisconsin)

    Postcard Collection, West Side. The Grand Rapids Foundry was located near the current day intersection of High Street and West Riverview Expressway.

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  • The Pioneer School

    The exterior of the Pioneer school.

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  • Third Street, Grand Rapids

    Postcard Collection, Houses. From left to right: Lawrence E. Nash residence and the Isaac P. Witter residence. The Witter residence is now the home of the South Wood County Historical Museum.

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  • End of Electric Line

    An early (1910) or slightly later view of street car loading at Nekoosa. A few years after being built, the line was extended down Market street to the mill to accommodate the mill workers who were on…

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  • Wisconsin River Dam, Nekoosa

    Wisconsin River dam adjacent to the Nekoosa Paper Mill. The wooden gates have been replaced now with concrete and steel gates.

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  • 1903 Lincoln Classroom

    Sepia photograph of an interior classroom of the 1903 Lincoln High School.

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  • East Side Grand Rapids

    Looking north at the intersection of Second Street and East Grand Avenue. The Wood County National Bank is located on the right.

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  • Cranmoor school

    Photograph of students outside Cranmoor school.

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  • Fifth Street, Grand Rapids, WI

    Postcard Collection, Houses. Standing on the corner of Oak and Fifth Street South looking south. In the middle is the 1903 Lincoln High School. The water tower was located near the intersection of Lin…

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  • 1903 Lincoln Classroom

    Sepia photograph of an interior classroom of the 1903 Lincoln High School.

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  • Alexander Memorial Park

    Alexander Memorial Park with Nepco offices in back.

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  • Irving School Staff

    The staff of Irving School. Elain Domask, Muriel Holiday, Ina Peterson, Joyce Pettis. "For 21 years faculty remained the same from the years 1952-1973.

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  • Howe School Students

    Howe students in front o body

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