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Baldwin Clinic, Baldwin, Wisconsin

Real-photo postcard with image of the medical clinic in Baldwin, Wisconsin. Date from postmark: Mar 25 1943; mailed from Woodville Wisconsin; green 1¢ Washington stamp. Message: Addressed to Mr. & Mrs. John Torbeck, Rushmore, Minn. "Woodville, Mar 24. Dear Friends -- Well here we are in Wisconsin Are you surprised. Is Alvin home? We hope so, we live 2 miles north of Woodville but go to Baldwin mostly. We are all well & hope you are O.K. We got here 10 P.M. Fri. Mar 8. Had swell luck. Write soon, Albert & Myrtle."

Baldwin Hospital and Clinic, Baldwin, Wisconsin

Real-photo postcard with image of the Baldwin, Wisconsin, hospital and clinic, both brick buildings. Date from postmark: May 6, 1963; mailed from the Twin City Airport, Minn.; stamp has been removed. Printed on Kodak paper (used 1950- ). Message: Addressed to Mr. and Mrs. Helmer Carlson, % Mrs. H. Dahlen, 2701 Ewing Ave. S., Minneapolis, Minn. "Dear Esther and Helmer, Just to let you know I'm in Wisconsin. Had one eye operated on, but no glasses yet, will go back to my apt. soon, will call you then. Excuse poor writing. Love to all, Helma."

Baldwin, Wisconsin

Real-photo postcard with image of a residential street in Baldwin, Wisconsin. Additional title information supplied by cataloger. Printed on Azo paper with two triangles pointing up and two down (used 1910-1930). Unused.

Baldwin, Wisconsin

Real-photo postcard with image of a residential street in Baldwin, Wisconsin. Additional title information supplied by cataloger. Printed on Azo paper with two triangles pointing up and two down (used 1910-1930). Unused.

Baldwin, Wisconsin [Methodist Episcopal church, 1919]

Real-photo, divided-back POST CARD with image of the Methodist Episcopal church building in Baldwin, Wisconsin. The church has a stone foundation, a covered entrance with steps leading up to it, and a steeple with belfry showing in the photograph. Deciduous trees surround the building. Date from postmark and message: Apr 18, 1919; mailed from Baldwin, Wisconsin; 2¢ red George Washington stamp. Message on verso: Addressed to Pvt. Louis V. Rindlibacher, Co. B, 28th Inf. 1st Div. A.E.F., France. "4/17 - 1914, Dear Bro, Just arrived in this burg & will look the situation over. More latter. Yours, Jack Rindlibacher."

Balkan bridge at Eichelberger's Clam River Flowage, Burnett County, Wisconsin

Real-photo postcard with image of the bridge crossing the Clam River Flowage near Eichelberger's Trails End Resort in Burnett County, Wisconsin. Date from postmark: Aug 25 [1]954; mailed from Siren; 3¢ George Eastman stamp. Message: Addressed to Mr. & Mrs. D. J. Lambert, R.R.#2, Plainfield, Illinois. "Wed. Aug 25. We're at Siren at Mud Hen lake. Got here at 1 A.M. Sun. morn. Rain. One shower today but nice the rest of time. Catch most fish at night. Kids learning to row. Everyone fine. I've been on lake twice. No ond fell in yet. We're in cabin with Lanty. Reeds by self. See you? Marion & all."

Balsam Lake, Wisconsin

Real-photo postcard with image of the lake at Balsam Lake, Wisconsin, of the same name. The image shows the lake and boathouses on the near shore. Text printed on verso: The Process Photo Studios -- Troy at 21st St., Chicago, Ill. Unused.

Balsam Lake, Wisconsin

Real-photo postcard. Date from postmark: 1948 Message: Addressed to Lucille Ann Davis, 5116 Walnut St., Omaha, Nebr. "Balsam Lake, Wisconsin. This is a very beautiful spot with

[Balsam Lake, Wisconsin, shoreline with docks and boats]

Real-photo postcard with image of part of the shoreline of Balsam Lake showing docks, boats, and several buildings, with deciduous trees. A man, looking at the camera is standing at the bottom of a stepped path down the hillside. The top half of another man is off to the far right of the photograph. Printed on Kruxo paper (name as divider used 1911-1922). Unused.

Band marching in parade, Glenwood City, Wisconsin

Real-photo postcard showing non-uniformed adults marching in what appears to be a parade, and playing instruments like baritones and drums. They are followed by horse-pulled wagons. Stamped on verso: Bannister, Photographer. Date from postmark: Jul 18, 1910, and from date of message. Message: Addressed to Mr. Oscar Hilleman, Green Lake, Minn. "7/17/10. Dear Friend, Your card and letter came to hand some time ago. Was glad to hear from you. I am slack in beefing [?] up my correspondence. Yes it has been dry here too. No hay at all. Had a good rain last night. Geo. R. Koberstein. [On recto:] This is our band. The front is you know. Look over newspaper I am sending."

Baptist church, Milltown, Wisconsin

Real-photo postcard with image of the Baptist Church building in Milltown, Wisconsin. Wood building with window, a covered entrance, concrete foundation and steps, and a bell tower. Deciduous trees are in the background, along with one electrical pole, and chopped and stacked wood for a stove is behind the building. Text printed on verso: "A. Pearson Company, 3856 Harriet Ave., Minneapolis, Minn." Printed on Defender paper (this stamp box design used 1920-1945). Unused.

Baptist church, Osceola, Wisconsin

Real-photo postcard with image of the Baptist church building in Osceola, Wisconsin. The streets are dirt, but electric poles and lines are visible, as is a cement sidewalk, a portion of the house next door, and several deciduous trees. Hand-written on recto: "Copyright 190" [final digit missing] "by C. H. Dike." Printed on Azo Paper with all four triangles pointing up. Unused.

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