Waupaca County, Wisconsin Postcards
&
Area Photos from the Past

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Main Street Marketplace of Waupaca also provides a large number of postcard photos from the past.

Place your cursor over the thumbnail to view further information about each photo or click on photo to enlarge
Check the Family & Folk and Cemetery pages for more Waupaca Area photos.

Last updated October 6, 2010

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Submitted by Paul Borham  Bpaborham@aol.com

Weyauwega, WI

Circa 1900

Submitted by Kim Heltemes  heltemesk@vbe.com

Waupaca, WI

Bridge

Embarrass, WI

Circa 1908

 

Submitted by Kim Heltemes heltemesk@vbe.com

 

Waupaca, WI

Circa 1872

 

Submitted by Merri Beth Nord nordr@earthlink.net

 

Shore at Silver Lake

Scandinavia, WI

Circa 1906

 

Submitted by Merri Beth Nord nordr@earthlink.net

 

US Post Delivery

Scandinavia or Sheridan?

Circa 1908

 

Submitted by Merri Beth Nord nordr@earthlink.net

 

A.G. (or A.C.) Peterson's

Blacksmith Shop

Sheridan, Wis.

Date unknown

 

Submitted by Merri Beth Nord nordr@earthlink.net

 

Main Street

Waupaca, WI

Circa 1907

 

 

Submitted by Merri Beth Nord nordr@earthlink.net

 

Three Pine Point
Waupaca, WI

1915

 

 

Submitted by Merri Beth Nord nordr@earthlink.net

 

Iola, WI

1912

 

Merri Beth Nord  nordr@earthlink.net

 

Ski Jump Competition

Scandinavia, WI

Date Unknown

 

Train Wreck

Near Sheridan, WI

May 19, 1910

Submitted by Carla Schmidt Special thank you to V. Koepp

Draw Bridge
Fremont, WI
Circa 1911

Submitted by Carla Schmidt Special thank you to V. Koepp

Log Jam
Fremont, WI
Circa 1918

The Old High School
Waupaca, WI
 

Photo submitted by Bob Dean  flordean@cfl.rr.com

Scandinavia Dam
Scandinavia, WI
1992
Every time I traveled Hy 49 between Scandy and Waupaca I gazed with respect when I passed this place. I understand the first ladies aide for the Scandinavia Norwegian Lutheran Church was organized here.  Also, there were community meetings here and Henry Hellstad fiddled for those who wanted to dance.  According to the Scandy cemetery records,  A. E. Rise  lived to 100 years. Photo submitted by Bob Dean  flordean@cfl.rr.com

Old Rise Home - 1992
Scandinavia, WI
 
Every time I traveled Hy 49 between Scandy and Waupaca I gazed with respect when I passed this place. I understand the first ladies aide for the Scandinavia Norwegian Lutheran Church was organized here.  Also, there were community meetings here and Henry Hellstad fiddled for those who wanted to dance.  According to the Scandy cemetery records,  A. E. Rise  lived to 100 years. Photos submitted by Bob Dean  flordean@cfl.rr.com

Old Rise Home- 1992
Scandinavia, WI
The Greenbay and Western RR crossing Hy 49 in Scandinavia Submitted by Bob Dean flordean@cfl.rr.com

Scandinavia RR Bridge
Circa 1930


Whispering Pines
Waupaca, WI
Year Unknown
Submitted by Merri Beth Jergens Nord nordr@earthlink.net

Scandinavia, WI
Circa 1909
Orin Jorgens on front porch. Submitted by Merri Beth Jergens Nord nordr@earthlink.net

Rise house
 Circa 1913

Submitted by Merri Beth Jergens Nord nordr@earthlink.net

Amherst, WI

 
Submitted by Merri Beth Jergens Nord nordr@earthlink.net

Barn Raising
Near Scandinavia, WI
Circa 1910
Submitted by Merri Beth Jergens Nord nordr@earthlink.net

Barn Raising
Near Scandinavia, WI
Circa 1910
Submitted by Merri Beth Jergens Nord nordr@earthlink.net

Barn Raising
Near Scandinavia, WI
Circa 1910

Submitted by Merri Beth Jergens Nord nordr@earthlink.net

Barn Raising
Near Scandinavia, WI
Circa 1910

Submitted by Merri Beth Jergens Nord nordr@earthlink.net

Barn Raising
Near Scandinavia, WI
Circa 1910

Submitted by Merri Beth Jergens Nord nordr@earthlink.net

Scandinavia, WI
Circa 1909
Methodist-Episcopal church, built in 1864 by Robert Carroll and his sons. Later it became known as the United Methodist church. It was disbanded by the few remaining members in 1979 and torn down a few years later. Photo submitted by Maureen   Adiosisaman@aol.com

Methodist Episcopal Church
Northport, Waupaca Co., WI

Methodist-Episcopal church, built in 1864 by Robert Carroll and his sons. Later it became known as the United Methodist church. It was disbanded by the few remaining members in 1979 and torn down a few years later. Photo submitted by Maureen Adiosisaman@aol.com

Methodist Episcopal Church
Northport, WI
J. L. Brown sawmill which produced 6 million feet of hard lumber in 1881  Photo submitted by Maureen  Adiosisaman@aol.com

J. L. Brown Sawmill
Northport, WI


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