Photos: Loyal Historical Society Collection (recovered from glass plates)

Contact: stan@wiclarkcountyhistory.org;

Contributor: Diana Schuette

 

----Source: Loyal Historical Society, Irban Aumann Glass Plate Collection

 

The Loyal  Historical Society, Inc.

Glass Plate Photo Collection

 

Irban Aumann originally recovered this collection from glass plates and Janet Schwarze restored them.

*All of these digital photos are copyrighted.  It is a Federal crime to repost them to other sites.

(Click on the photos to enlarge them)

 

 

Allen Block

Loyal, Wisconsin

(Colby Store, left side)

Allen Block Fire, 1931

Allen Building Housed Wepfer Pharmacy, Loyal Tribune, Bill Meyer Bowling Alley, Kehrberg's Store and 7 Families lived in the Building. During the 28 Mar 1931 fire, 7 Families lived in the building. 6 people perished in the fire. Matt Beavers wife was one of those fatalities. The disaster headlines appeared at the same time as the fatal crash of Knute Rockne.

 

Band Stand

Loyal, Wisconsin's Water Tower Park. 

First Train Depot

Loyal, Wisconsin

The second Loyal depot was completed in November 1917, only six months after the original depot was destroyed by fire. Its 24' x 90' size made it the largest depot on the branch until it was dismantled in 1968. Photo by H. Montgomery, ca. 1920. (from the Dean T. Kedinger collection)

Boarding the Train

Loyal, Wisconsin Depot

 

Loyal Tribune

Loyal Tribune Office ^  >

Loyal, Wisconsin

(notice the boardwalk)

< ^ Wepfer's Pharmacy

Wepfer Drug Store

(Looking South)

Loyal, Wisconsin

Interior of Wepfer Drug

Loyal, Wisconsin

Witt Meat Market

Loyal, Wisconsin

Ace Hardware

Brown's Bar and Bowling Alley

Brussow's Northside Elevator

Catholic Church

Loyal, Wisconsin

Chevrolet Garage

Loyal, Wisconsin

Citizen's State Bank

Loyal, Wisconsin

Colby's Red Owl

Greenwood Power Dam on the Black River

Greenwood, Wisconsin Park

Davel's Grocery ^

Loyal, Wisconsin

Elsie Luchterhand Herdrich is  in the doorway

 

Davel's Grocery in later years  >

Lawrence & Albert Davel's Store

Loyal, Wisconsin

Luchterhand Farm Implements

Loyal, Wisconsin

(Owner: Carl Luchterhand 1847 - 1906)

Matt Beaver's Dry Goods

Loyal, Wisconsin

Degenhardt's Bar

Loyal, Wisconsin

Train Depot

Loyal, Wisconsin

Domine's Gas Station

Loyal, Wisconsin

Nelson (Dr. Gaylord W.) Dentistry

Upstairs office, Loyal, Wisconsin

Dr. Albert P. Hable

Loyal, Wisconsin

>

<  ^Rottjer (Emma M.) Beauty Shop

Loyal, Wisconsin

This building was torn down and the property was converted to a parking lot.

1st Loyal, Wisconsin High School

 

 

First Catholic Church >

Loyal, Wisconsin

Cities Service - Ford Garage

Loyal, Wisconsin

Gamble Store

Loyal, Wisconsin

Gotter Repair

Loyal, Wisconsin

Gotter Repairmen

Halbert J. Voight's Tavern

Loyal, Wisconsin

H. F. Kehrberg Co.'s 5 & 10 Cent Store
Loyal, Wisconsin
Three generations of Kehrberg's operated this store: Herman, Gerhardt and Wilbur.

Norval W. Hug's Farm Implements

(Surge dealership)

Loyal, Wisconsin

Arthur H. Jenks' Creamery Explosion
(Maytag Dealer)

Loyal, Wisconsin



Art Jenks and Tommie Vogel were both killed when this building suddenly exploded 14 Feb 1919

Johanson's Cafe
(located behind Kanneberg's bar)
Loyal, Wisconsin

A Wagon Load of Slab Wood

Main St., Loyal, Wisconsin

(Kanneberg's Bar is in the background)

Kanneberg Tavern

Loyal, Wisconsin

(Johanson's Cafe at the rear of the building)

Herman & Audrey Kehrberg's Store

Loyal, Wisconsin

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Lakeshire Cheese Company
Loyal, Wisconsin
(Across from Smith Feed)

A Butsy Day at Fred Steuerwald's

View #2

 Implement Dealership

Loyal Wisconsin

(Later sold to Fred & Susan Lakosky)

Interior of Steuerwald - Lakosky Implements

Loyal, Wisconsin

<  Main St. View

Livery Stable

Loyal, Wisconsin

Loyal Bakery

Loyal, Wisconsin

(Edward Schelvan - Proprietor)

Loyal Canning Company

Loyal, Wisconsin

Factory Explosion, ca. 1918

Loyal, Wisconsin

 

Old Fire Hall

Loyal, Wisconsin

Main Street

(Looking North)

Loyal, Wisconsin

Main Street, 1907 ^

Loyal, Wisconsin

 

Blumenstein Opera House >

(Built by Aaron Blumenstein)
Main Street, Loyal, Wisconsin
TRG Newspaper Office is now located here. 

Main Street

(Looking South from he Ford Garage)

Main Street

Loyal, Wisconsin

Main Steet

Loyal, Wisconsin 1940

Methodist Church

Loyal, Wisconsin

 

First Post Office

Mill Street, Loyal, Wisconsin

(original photo)

A & W Root Beer Stand

Loyal, Wisconsin

<  Loyal Theater ^  >

Loyal, Wisconsin

(Maynard "Red" W. Erickson - Proprietor)

 

Meat Market Fire

Loyal, Wisconsin

(contact us if you know who owned this business)

 

Mike's Standard Station

Loyal, Wisconsin

 

<   Leo M. Meyer Dry Cleaning

Loyal, Wisconsin

(located in the basement)

Richard Miles' TV Shop

Loyal, Wisconsin

Ice Skating on Mill Pond

Loyal, Wisconsin, ca. 1912

Municipal Building - Library - Police

Loyal, Wisconsin

Main Street

Zimmerman Dept. Store on the left

Neillsville, Wisconsin

Neuman Bar and Supper Club

Loyal, Wisconsin

Nichols Bldg. (left)
Furniture Store & Funeral Home

Mills Bldg. (right)
Appliance Store

Northside Elevator

Loyal,, Wisconsin

O.  N. Lumber Company

Loyal, Wisconsin

Osetrich Shell Station

Loyal, Wisconsin

Trindal Feed Mill

(later this became Smith Feeds)

Trindahl Feed Mill

Loyal, Wisconsin

Pribnow's Cafe

Loyal, Wisconsin

Bob & Dorothy Prior's 1st Jewelry Shop
(on highway 98, beside Ray Prior's house)

Loyal, Wisconsin

William Rellis' IGA

Loyal, Wisconsin

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Seventh Day Adventist Church, 1897

Loyal, Wisconsin

St. Croix Fish Pole Factory
(previously Rommie Braun's Ford Garage)

Loyal, Wisconsin

Otto Stock's Chevrolet

Loyal, Wisconsin

St. Anthony's Catholic School

Loyal, Wisconsin

Thrift Sale Ad

Manuial "Stub" Domine's Gas Station

Loyal, Wisconsin

Theisen Hardware

Loyal, Wisconsin

Trinity Lutheran Church

Loyal, Wisconsin

Wagner's Bar

Loyal, Wisconsin

Weaver House

Loyal, Wisconsin

Weaver House Smoking Room

     

 

 

 


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