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During the 1960s, “Ride the Duck” was a phrase associated with the Pine Harbor Camp Site near Chippewa Falls. For $1.25 per child or $1.75 per…

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On the weekend of the 44th Annual Pure Water Days Celebration in Chippewa Falls, we thought it might be fun to look back at a small collection…

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One of the biggest and most time-consuming jobs every summer was baling hay. Good hay meant good milk production and a better price for milk. …

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Frank Blanchard and his orchestra were a popular local dance band in the 1920s and 1930s. Shown, left to right, are Frank Blanchard, Jack Alle…

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The Falls on the Chippewa River defined the area geographically and historically. Native Americans camped along the banks long before Jean Bru…

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Shown here is Simon C. F. Cobban and family in their home located at 3 Park Place in Chippewa Falls, the Queen Anne style home they built. Mr.…

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The beautiful and historic brick building standing at 1319 Main Street in Bloomer, Wisconsin has housed a hotel and/or restaurant for decades.

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