• School Building

    Colby, J.M.

    Port Edwards Postcard Collection. 1989 Port Edwards school, Wisconsin.

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  • Fresh Air Room Lowell

    Krohn, Donald

    Children in the Fresh Air Room at Lowell. Used for children who were sick with such things as polio, rheumatic fever

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  • Lincoln High 1928

    Unknown

    Collection of ink blotters collected by Tom Taylor;Lincoln High, 1928

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  • Howe with Cutouts

    Krohn, Donald

    Howe School with cutouts of children

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  • School Building

    Colby, J.M.

    Port Edwards Postcard Collection. Port Edwards graded school about 1920. This is the 1898 original school building with additions.

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  • Mrs. Arndt

    Krohn, Donald

    Mrs. Arndt, a county school teacher

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  • Nekoosa High School

    Postcard collection - Nekoosa. High School, Nekoosa, Wisconsin.

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  • Teachers Meeting

    Krohn, Donald

    Group of teachers some listed as Estelle Smith, Carol Brey, Lorraine Voight (2nd Grade), Herb Netzel

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  • Howe Crosswalk

    Krohn, Donald

    Children (the girl on the far right in with hood up is Jennifer Pomaineville) crossing by Howe School

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  • Graded School, Nekoosa

    Postcard collection - Nekoosa. The first school in Nekoosa, but did not include a high school.

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  • High School

    Port Edwards Postcard Collection. The John Edward grade and high school build in 1932. The building is now the middle school and high school.

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  • Senior Girls Tea 2

    Krohn, Donald

    A group of women at the Senior Girls Tea, Glena Clark is in talking to woman with white hat

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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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  • 1952 Queen

    Krohn, Donald

    Bottom left to right: Pat Mertens, Patricia Kelly, Queen Marlyce Richardson, Pat Bio, Betty Ashbeck, King Russ Stimac

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  • Public School Nekoosa

    Colby, J.M

    Postcard collection - Nekoosa. The first Nekoosa elementary school. It was built around 1893 when the paper mill was built and Nekoosa first got its start.

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  • Public Buildings of Grand Rapids

    Postcard Collection, East Side. This image of the Public Buildings of Grand Rapids, Wis. was taked from the river looking eastwards. The Wood County Jail, Public Library and Court House were all locat…

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  • Going Home

    Krohn, Donald

    Students walking out of school

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  • Junior High School and Auditorium

    Port Edwards Postcard Collection. 1989 Port Edwards School with several additions added to it. Picture taken prior to 1932 when present John Edwards High School was built on same proerty.

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  • Starting the Day

    Krohn, Donald

    Walter 'Skip" Wefel carrying books into the old Howe School in 4th Grade.

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  • Alexander High School

    Postcard collection - Nekoosa. Alexander High School, Nekoosa.

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