• East End of Market Street

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

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  • Wittenberg School

    Wittenberg School

    A history of the school composed in 1956 by the students and teachers, apparently in celebration of the centennial of Wood County. Contents in this series vary, but may include names of students and t…

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  • I O O F Band (Odd Fellows Band)

    Taylor, T. A. (Theodore Asa)

    This image is from Volume 1 of 100 years of pictorial & descriptive history of Wisconsin Rapids, Wisconsin, while the quoted description is from Volume 2. "This is the name that these players adopted…

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  • Corner East Grand Avenue and Third Street

    Taylor, T. A. (Theodore Asa)

    This image is from Volume 1 of 100 years of pictorial & descriptive history of Wisconsin Rapids, Wisconsin, while the quoted description is from Volume 2. "The top picture shows the corners of East Gr…

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  • State High School Band Tournament Parade 1932 - Rio

    Taylor, T. A. (Theodore Asa)

    This image is from Volume 1 of 100 years of pictorial & descriptive history of Wisconsin Rapids, Wisconsin, while the quoted description is from Volume 2. ""STATE HIGH SCHOOL BAND TOURNAMENT" 1932 The…

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  • American Legion Drum and Bugle

    Taylor, T. A. (Theodore Asa)

    This image is from Volume 1 of 100 years of pictorial & descriptive history of Wisconsin Rapids, Wisconsin, while the quoted description is from Volume 2. "September 2, 1939, Miss Florence Bach was cr…

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  • Aerial view of Wisconsin Rapids

    Taylor, T. A. (Theodore Asa)

    This image is from Volume 1 of 100 years of pictorial & descriptive history of Wisconsin Rapids, Wisconsin, while the quoted description is from Volume 2. "May 22, 1939 The 15th Observation squadron a…

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  • River Scene Just Above Grand Rapids

    Taylor, T. A. (Theodore Asa)

    This image is from Volume 1 of 100 years of pictorial & descriptive history of Wisconsin Rapids, Wisconsin. Title on photo is "Log driving". "When the log drive began, either a boom company crew took…

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  • River View

    Taylor, T. A. (Theodore Asa)

    This image is from Volume 1 of 100 years of pictorial & descriptive history of Wisconsin Rapids, Wisconsin, while the quoted description is from Volume 2. "This picture was taken during the summer of…

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  • 1934 Second Street No.

    Taylor, T. A. (Theodore Asa)

    This image is from Volume 1 of 100 years of pictorial & descriptive history of Wisconsin Rapids, Wisconsin, while the quoted description is from Volume 2. "We have no old time picture to show as an of…

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  • Prentiss-Waber Products Co.

    Taylor, T. A. (Theodore Asa)

    This image is from Volume 1 of 100 years of pictorial & descriptive history of Wisconsin Rapids, Wisconsin, while the quoted description is from Volume 2. "The joined picture is the present plant of t…

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  • Pleasant Hill School

    Pleasant Hill School

    A history of the school composed in 1956 by the students and teachers, apparently in celebration of the centennial of Wood County. Contents in this series vary, but may include names of students and t…

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  • Marshfield, Wis. 1891

    Pauli, C. J

    Founded in 1868, Marshfield experienced a steady growth based on lumbering and agriculture. William H. Upham, whose Upham Manufacturing Company figures in this view, promoted the city's fortunes. An 1…

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  • Consolidated Papers, Inc.

    Taylor, T. A. (Theodore Asa)

    This image is from Volume 1 of 100 years of pictorial & descriptive history of Wisconsin Rapids, Wisconsin, while the quoted description is from Volume 2. "On page 134 the camera presents views of the…

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  • Thomas Nash homestead

    Taylor, T. A. (Theodore Asa)

    This image is from Volume 1 of 100 years of pictorial & descriptive history of Wisconsin Rapids, Wisconsin, while the quoted description is from Volume 2. "Thos. E. Nash bought the original home at wh…

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  • Greetings from Grand Rapids, Wisconsin

    A postcard depicting the Grand Rapids public library (T.B. Scott Library) and the neighboring county jail. From before 1920.

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  • Along the river, west side

    Taylor, T. A. (Theodore Asa)

    This image is from Volume 1 of 100 years of pictorial & descriptive history of Wisconsin Rapids, Wisconsin, while the quoted description is from Volume 2. "This was in the days when the cows ruled the…

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  • Hill View School, Town of Rudolph, Wood County

    School District No. 2, Town of Rudolph, located on corner of Co. Road O and Gumz Road. Named Hill View after 1915. Teacher Alvina Hansen and student Emma Gumz. School was built in 1884, expanded in 19…

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  • SS. Peter and Paul Catholic School

    Taylor, T. A. (Theodore Asa)

    This image is from Volume 1 of 100 years of pictorial & descriptive history of Wisconsin Rapids, Wisconsin, while the quoted description is from Volume 2. "It was in the year 1907 that Rev. Father Wm…

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  • Nekoosa Paper Company

    Taylor Brothers

    Postcard collection - Nekoosa. 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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