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1st Lutheran Church, Clear Lake, Wisconsin

Real-photo postcard with image of the First Lutheran Church building in Clear Lake, Polk County, Wisconsin. The building is surrounded with mature deciduous trees; also seen are electric lines and a pole; residential houses are on either side of the church, and a sign at the curb that says "School" [something]. The church building has a bell tower that is mostly obscured by the trees. Date from postmark: Oct 23, 1936; mailed from Clear Lake, Wisconsin; postage stamp is missing. Printed on EKKP paper (used 1904-1950). Message: Addressed to Mrs. H.C. Luer [Hattie Hanson Luer], 710 No 18th Ave East, Duluth, Minn. "Dear Folks - we had a nice trip down. Got here about 12-30. Had a nice dinner and left almost right away for church. Then went to the farm after the funeral [of Thomas Severson, Dena and Gudnie's father]. Had supper and visited for awhile. Then came back to Dena's [Dena Severson Hanna]. She tells every body I am here for the winter. Gudnie [Gudnie Severson Hanson]." Post script: "This is Dena's church and where I will be going. Clear Lake Wisconsin Box 91."

30th Infantry of Hudson, Wisconsin, veterans of the Civil War, 1901 (from Pioneer Press newspaper, November 12, 1967)

Picture submitted to paper by herman Norden, Baldwin, Wisconsin. From left top row, Thomas Porter, John L. Hamilton, Ezra Healey, John Burnett, Belden Eaton, Gilbert Thurston, Asaph Dailey, Moses Goodnoe, John C. Jones, James W. Dean; bottom row, William J. Egbert, Ephriam W. Dawley, Edward W. Day, Everett Wadsworth, Daniel J. Dill, W. P. Marshall, Nejamin F. Briggs, and William S. Ensign.

4th of July at John Till's, New Richmond, Wisconsin

Real-photo postcard with image of a group of eight men, two women, one child, and a dog standing outside of a house. The house has a banner that reads "4th of July at John Till's" and the porch American flags decorate the house and one of the women holds a flag. Most of the men's faces are blacked out due to shade. Printed on Azo paper with all four triangles pointing up (used between 1904 and 1918); Till moved to New Richmond in 1908. Unused.

6th Street School fire, Hudson, Wisconsin

Real-photo postcard with image of the fire at the Sixth St. School in Hudson, Wisconsin, on February 18, 1917. Title handwritten on verso, possibly by the donor (Willis H. Miller). Printed on Azo paper with two triangles pointing up and two down (used 1910-1930). Unused.

Aerial view looking South, New Richmond, Wisconsin

Real-photo postcard with image showing the city of New Richmond, Wisconsin, looking toward the southwest. The post office and opera house are labeled. Text stamped on verso: Bannister, Photographer. Date from postmark: Jul 2[1], 1909; mailed from New Richmond, Wisconsin; green 1ยข Franklin stamp. Message: Addressed to Mr. G.A. ???, Camp Douglas, Wisconsin, Co. A 10th Batt. "We are going out to ???? to ??? ???. I have her looking for a 'nasty' card to pay you and Mr. B- back but I haven't been able to find one. We are having a fairly good time. Had a card from Jess ??? ???. You get busy and write a letter when you get home and tell up everything. Sara."

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