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Grantsburg (Wis.) Burnett County (Wis.)
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Burnett County, Wisconsin, Circuit Court civil case files, 1888-1971.

  • US ARC Burnett Series 32
  • collection
  • 1888-1971

Circuit court cases dealing with civil actions. Legal papers include complaints, summonses, affidavits, petitions, court orders and decrees. Cases #1-1479, 1888-1930, consist of civil actions and cases #1493-3789, 1931-1971 consist of divorce cases only.

Burnett County (Wis.) Circuit Court

Circuit Court, Burnett County, Wisconsin, Criminal case files, 1895-1948

  • US ARC Burnett Series 54
  • collection
  • 1895-1948

Criminal case files filed in Circuit Court and County Court for Burnett County. Complaints, notes, summonses, transcripts, evidence, rulings, orders, judgments, appeals, and execution orders. Cases relate to felony criminal offenses such as murder, assault and battery, adultery, larceny, fornication, rape, illegal liquor sales, vandalism, and gambling. Circuit Court ranges from approximately 1927-1948. County Court cases range from approximately 1895-1943.

Wisconsin. Circuit Court (Burnett County)

Community hospital, Grantsburg, Wisconsin

Real-photo postcard with image of the hospital in Grantsburg, Burnett County, Wisconsin. A 1930s automobile is parked outside the three-story brick building. Postmark: Sep 7 [year missing], Grantsburg, green 1c Washington stamp (# 839, first issued in 1939). Message: Addressed to Mr. and Mrs. Nels Munkeby, 1438 Liberty, La Crosse, Wisconsin "Tue. eve. Dear Folks, We often think of you and the nice things that were said at the picnic. I'm sure we do don't [sic] deserve all that praise but it was nice to hear. We got here in fine shape, not a thing scratched, not a dish broke. It goes slow in getting things in place. I go with [--------] nite & help clean up. We think we'll like it here. Haven't had any callers yet but so many have come to the theater & welcomed us. Thanks for everything, from Sidney & Elise."

Court house, Grantsburg, Wisconsin

Picture postcard with image of the second Burnett County courthouse in Grantsburg, Wisconsin. It is constructed of wood and has a bell tower. Text printed on recto: E. C. Kropp Co., Milwaukee. Date from postmark: Jul 8, 1909; mailed from Grantsburg, Wisconsin; green 1¢ Franklin stamp. Message: Addressed to Miss Anna Hulten, Frederic, Wisconsin RFD no. 1, Box 83. [The message is in Swedish].

Excelsior Lumber Factory, Grantsburg, Wisconsin

Postcard with image of the Excelsior lumber factory in Grantsburg, Wisconsin. Stacks of cut lumber surround the buildings. Text printed on recto: E.C. Kropp Co., Milwaukee. Date from postmark: May 13 1916; mailed from Grantsburg Wisconsin; green 1¢ Washington stamp. Message: Addressed to Mrs. C.H. Selken, Rosholt, SD. "Dear Mamma:-- This is one of our factories here at Grantsburg. We also have a pickle & starch factory, a saw & flour mill & Crex Carpet Co. Ware House. Have you got your house cleaning done? I haven't. How are you all? I suppose your garden is all made. Tell every body Hello from us. As ever, Lizzie."

Hickerson Roller Mill and Mill Pond, Grantsburg, Wisconsin

Postcard with image of the Hickerson Roller Mill and mill pond, looking west, with a brick yard in the distance, located at Grantsburg, Wisconsin. The stamp was removed from the verso, along with any postmark. Message: Addressed to Mr. Gorge Huffman, Stillwater, Minn. "Well Gorge I suppose you are all looking for me to come [home?]. But I have to stay a few days longer [cannot make out the rest]." No signature or name.

Sanborn fire insurance maps

  • US ARC ARC 2023.009
  • collection
  • 1902-1930

Digital jpg's taken from scans made by the Library of Congress Sanborn Fire Insurance Map collection online for counties in Burnett, Pierce, Polk, and St. Croix Counties. Cities included at time of cataloging include Amery (Polk County), Baldwin (St. Croix County), Ellsworth (Pierce County), Frederic (Polk County), Glenwood City (Burnett County), Grantsburg (Burnett County), Hammond (St. Croix County), Hudson (St. Croix County), New Richmond (St. Croix County), Osceola (Polk County), River Falls, (Pierce and St. Croix Counties), Spring Valley (Pierce County), St. Croix Falls (Polk County).
Visit Library of Congress online webpage for tiff files.

Sanborn Map & Publishing Company Limited

Street scene, Grantsburg, Wisconsin

Real-photo postcard with image of downtown Grantsburg, Wisconsin, showing businesses, automobiles, street lights, and two pedestrians. Businesses include Taylor Furniture, Crocker's, First Bank of Grantsburg, the U.S. Post Office, several bars, the WCMP radio station, and a Standard gas station. Text on verso: All Rights Reserved, A. Pearson Co., Inc. 2014 No 3rd St., Minneapolis 11, Minn. Printed on Kodak paper (used 1950- ). Unused.

Treasurer, Burnett County, Wisconsin, property tax rolls

  • US ARC Burnett Series 8
  • collection
  • 1865-2005

Tax rolls showing name of property owner, land description, acreage, valuation of real and personal property, amounts of taxes, date and amount of payment, and by whom paid. Beginning in 1915, rolls are retained for every fifth year only.

Burnett County (Wis.). Treasurer

Wood River below the milldam at Grantsburg, Wisconsin

Postcard with image of Date from postmark: Mar 25 1920; mailed from Grantsburg Wis; stamp has been removed. Message: Addressed to Miss Elsie Huebner, Beaver Dam, Wisconsin. "Say Elsie, isn't this a pretty spot on a hot summer day? Will be there until tomorrow noon. Only one train a day in this neck of the woods. Ed, Apt. #43, "The Buckingham," St. Paul Minn. 3/24/-'10."

Young people near Grantsburg, Wisconsin

Real-photo postcard with a faded image of eight young people (six women and two men) posing on farm-like equipment. The postcard was mailed from Grantsburg, Burnett County, Wisconsin, and the message seems to indicate that the photograph was taken in the area. Printed on the verso is a large logo for Acme Post Card. Date from postmark: May 16 1914; mailed from Grantsburg Wis; green 1¢ Washington stamp. Message: Addressed to Mr. Elmer Carlson, Grantsburg, Wisconsin. "May 15, 1914. Will ans. your most welcome card I received yesterday. How are you? O.K. I spose, same here. This card is not very nice but I sent it for fun. Send a picture of yourself when you take one. I am going to have my picture taken later & I'll send you one. From T.A.S. ans. soon."