Real-photo postcard with image of the Grand Army of the Republic Veterans Reunion, held in Ellsworth, Wisconsin, on June 9th and 10th, 1909. The musical band (seated in the front row and consisting of men too young to have served in the Civil War), includes a bass drum with the words "Morgan G.A.R. Drum Corps, Minneapolis, Minn." Pierce County events often hired bands from across the state border. Printed on Azo paper with all four triangles pointing up (used 1904-1918). Unused.
Real-photo postcard with wide white border surrounding an image of the 1912 girls' basketball team from the Glenwood City, Wisconsin, high school. There are eleven high school age girls, one small girl, and an adult woman, presumably a teacher. It is a studio portrait, taken in 1912, which is written on a basketball as was the custom of the time. The photograph is printed on Azo paper with all four triangles pointing up (used 1904-1918). Unused.
Real-photo postcard with image of Hudson High School's 1912 basketball team. Team members (left to right) Standing: Sam Slaughter, Coach J.W. Burholder, and Carl Anderson; seated: Henry Bleier, Harry "Bat" Nelson (with the ball), and G. Barter Bell. Printed on Azo paper with all four triangles pointing up (used 1904-1918).
Photo Image of the Hudson High School's 1912 basketball team: (left to right) Back row: Slaughter, Sam (Samuel Burton) 1894-1964 Burholder, Coach J.W. (John William) 1882-1960 Anderson, Carl (Carl Leonard) 1896-unknown middle row: Bleier, Henry (Henry Gustav) 1895-1976 Nelson, Harry (Bat) (Harry Miles) (With the ball) 1894-1960 Bell, G. Barter (George Barter) 1893-1973
Real-photo postcard with image of the Diamond Bluff school district's picnic in 1912. Printed on Cyko paper (design used between 1903 and 1905, on commercial silver chloride papers; presumably old stock paper used in 1912 for these school photographs). Unused; removed from scrapbook by unknown person.