Index to Mystery Photo Collection #100.

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Clark County, Wisconsin

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#100 Submitted by Crystal Wendt

When going through my grandmother's photo last year, I had discover these. I had asked her about them and all she told me was that someone wanted to go see them race so they did. From what I recall she mention there wasn't anyone in the family who raced. Believed it took place in Clark County, Wis. I thought maybe someone has a nice story to tell to go with these photos.  (#100, #101 & #102)

#101 Submitted by Crystal Wendt

#102 Submitted by Crystal Wendt

#103 Submitted by Lynda Clark

From an album once owned by Ellen (Olson) Johnson of Neillsville, WI.  Both she and Eva graduated in 1921.  Eva was apparently a graduate of Abbotsford, WI.  Ellen had moved to Neillsville in 1914.

Identified as Eva J. McKean

#104 Submitted by Hugh Campbell


#105 Submitted by Jennifer Polnaszek

From the Liz Bogumill Polnaszek collection.  Please contact us if you know whose wedding this was or have any additional information regarding this picture.

#106 Submitted by Carol (Purkis) Mitte.

I'm not sure if it is a Warner gathering or a 4th of July gathering with the war vets that Sylvanus Warner was know to hold. Details

#107 Submitted by The Moraine Motel, Neillsville, WI.

The original picture was purchased at an auction for a loyal rural school by the Motel owners who understood it to be one of the former teachers.  Could this possibly be a daughter of Emanuel Lewis?

#108 Submitted by Shelley Cardiel

I've "rescued" this old photograph identified as the Children of S. E. or B. E. GALLAHER.   I'm hoping to locate someone from this GALLAHER Family so that this  wonderful old photograph can be returned to the care of family.  If you're a member of this family, or know someone who might be, please contact me.

#109 Submitted by Ben Taniguchi

This photo was rescued from a flea Market in Los Angeles, CA.  The note on the back indicated it was a Class photo from Neillsville, WI.  It was taken by Juve Photography. Contact us if you can offer additional information.

#110 Submitted by Marsha Hosfeld

This photo was found among Schwermer - Fleckenstein family photos.
Other family names are Hollmann / Hollman, Bartnik, Cowen / Cowan, Lamer / Lamar, Richardson.
No one I have shown this to recognizes this couple.  Even a clue about the date might be helpful.

#111 Submitted by Dan Hovland

This photo was found in a Frome Family Album.  The Fromes were residents of Colby and the album primarily featured their two children, Cindy & Robert.  Please contact us if you can identify this photo.

#112 Submitted by Kathy Wetenkamp.

Clover Leaf Co-op

Please contact us if you can identify this photo.

#113Submitted by Janet Schwarze.

This school photo was found at the Warner UCC Church.

#113 Submitted by Brenda Baynes.

The reverse side of this photo says, "Town of warner, Lynn D. Jaseph, Sept. 24, 1900."

#114 Submitted by Dolores Kenyon

Taken by H. C. Rath, Boyd, WI, found near Ione, WA

#115 Submitted by Beverly Gibson

A collection of photos, mostly by Juve Photography from the turn of the century.

#116-120 Submitted by Shirley Schwartz.  My mother was Evelyn (Haberland) Rusch daughter of Ida (Lindow) Haberland and Emil Haberland. Many of her brothers moved to Clark County and the Marshfield area. They would be children of Frederick and Louisa (Sander) Lindow.






#121 Submitted by Terry Larsen

This bridge photo has a back stamp of photographer, J. E. Gearing, Loyal WI. The nameplate on the bridge reads "1887 King Iron Bridge Co. Cleveland O". It is a single span wagon bridge over a creek possibly near Loyal or Greenwood.  Assuming it was taken soon after construction, J. E. Gearing would have been operating in 1887-1888.







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