• Up River from Elks Club

    Unknown

    Collection of ink blotters collected by Tom Taylor; Looking up river from second floor of Elks Club - Consolidated in Distance.

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  • Trolly on Grand Avenue

    Postcard Collection, West Side. The Grand Rapids Street Railroad Co. began round trip service from the west side of the Grand Ave. bridge to the City of Nekoosa in January of 1910. The building on the…

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  • West End Bridge 1928

    Unknown

    Collection of ink blotters collected by Tom Taylor; West End Bridge, 1928

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  • Old Bridge 73

    Krohn, Donald

    Highway 73 bridge outside of Pittsville

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  • New Wisconsin River Bridge

    Colby, J.M

    Postcard collection - Nekoosa. New Wisconsin River Bridge, Nekoosa, Wisconsin.

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  • Greetings from Nekoosa

    Postcard collection - Nekoosa.

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  • Air view of Nekoosa

    Postcard collection - Nekoosa. Air view of Nekoosa looking west along Market Street.

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  • First Bridge in WR 1866

    Unknown

    Collection of ink blotters collected by Tom Taylor; First bridge at Wisconsin Rapids built in 1866; toll was charged; county made it a free bridge by purchase in 1873

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  • Wisconsin River Bridge

    Colby, J.M

    Postcard collection - Nekoosa. Approach to bridge at Nekoosa. This was on the west side of the river, just behind the present bank building. The sign is in front of a campground and park that was betw…

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  • Milton Bushman

    Krohn, Donald

    Milton Bushman tossing a hat off the bridge

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  • Parade on the Bridge

    Krohn, Donald

    Parade crossing the Grand Avenue bridge

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  • Belle Island, Grand Rapids

    Postcard Collection, Houses. The arched bridge connecting Belle Isle to the mainland.

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  • Wisconsin River Bridge

    Postcard collection - Nekoosa. Bridge at Nekoosa, built in 1916 at about the same location as the present bridge. The bridge was not wide enough for pulp wood trucks to pass on it, and since it shook…

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  • Mill and Bridge

    Postcard collection - Nekoosa. Nekoosa bridge. A sidewalk was added on left side so that the danger of walking across the narrow bridge was reduced. The walkway was a sort of balcony addition extendin…

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  • Grand Avenue

    Postcard Collection, West Side. Looking east from the intersection of West Grand Ave. and Third Ave. South. Church's Drug store is the first building on the right. The second building on the right is…

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  • 1896 Pier Band Stand

    Unknown

    Collection of ink blotters collected by Tom Taylor; 1896; When pier was used for band stand

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  • Bell Island, Grand Rapids, WI

    Postcard Collection, Houses. One of the beautiful homes on Belle Isle.

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  • Moccasin Creek Bridge

    Postcard collection - Nekoosa. Moccasin Creek Bridge, Nekoosa.

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  • Vine Street

    Postcard Collection, East Side. South west corner of East Grand Ave. and Second Street. The two story Wood Block was built in 1894 and the three story Post Office building was built in 1905. East Gran…

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  • Moccasin Creek Bridge

    Colby, J.M

    Postcard collection - Nekoosa. Moccasin Creek Bridge near the Interurban Pavilion.

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