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Photo Gallery of Early 20th Century Shiocton Wisconsin

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Shiocton High School Before Addition. School was located on Pine St. between River St. and 2nd St.

Shiocton High School after additon to the back of building, doubling the size.

Another Shot of the Shiocton High School, after addition.

Shiocton High School after the fire that destroyed it in 1915

Boynton Building was the largest retail bulding in town for many years.

River Street looking north, standing on the railroad tracks

Shiocton Bank Building

Cold Storage facility that became the site of the kraut factory

River street Shiocton during the flood of 1922

Strong Barber Shop building during flood of July 1919. This building was across from Cong. Church on River St.

Shiocton residential street before 1918

Eben E. Rexford Home on NW corner of Rexford Ave. and Island St.

Catholic Church

Railroad Bridge over Wolf, looking south

Road Bridge over Wolf, looking up river

Looking up Wolf River from the train depot

Scene down river from downtown, with factory on left

Scene on Wolf River in Shiocton

Stone Bridge north of Shiocton on Shioc River

Picture taken in early 50's of Stone Bridge where HWY 187 crosses Shioc River

Congregational Church on corner of River St. and Oak St.

Early residential scene. Looking north on 2nd Street

Boating on the Wolf River

Flood of 1912. Now house of Police Chief Bunnell on Mill St.

Looking north on River Street. Building on immediate right is now Johnson Hardware.


The Steamship Fox tied up at Shiocton in the Wolf River.


Another postcard pic of the Shiocton High School. This used card was mailed on Dec. 15, 1906.



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