Each week, the La Crosse Historical Society tell us about an important item in local history. Here's a look back at the Things That Matter so far this year.
When I was shopping for a wedding dress, I remember the consultant saying that the dress I chose would be the most important dress of my life.
This small glass medicine bottle with a screw-on cap reads, “Essence of Peppermint Hebberd Drugs 4th and Main, La Crosse Wis, Prescriptions si…
For this week’s “Things That Matter,” we are traveling back in history with a doctor’s bag that belonged to Dr. John Callahan, a local physici…
The shovel is worn and showing some age, but even though it probably is more than 80 years old it still looks sturdy and capable of performing…