Main Street in Humbird, Clark Co., WI
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Main St., Humbird Wis., State Highway 12 replaced this dirt road.
Contributed by Don and Mae Zimmerman, unknown date.
Looking at Main Street from across the Railroad tracks on County Road F, Humbird, WI. Early 1900's.
Contributed by Don and Mae Zimmerman, Photo by W.F. Hein
Photo by W.F. Hein, 1919, Contributed by Don and Mae Zimmerman
A Booster Club in Humbird, Clark Co., WI (circa 1915)
photo from the Granton News 1915, Celebration of Clark County's first 50 years. contributed by the Thorp Historical Society.
Humbird bluff, Humbird, WI. Date on post card is May 2, 1907.
Taken from the Bluff in Humbird. This photo is from a post card with no date.
View of Humbird, Clark County, WI taken from the Bluff behind the school house.
It appears to be a very early photo because State Highway 12 is there yet. The road that is across the railroad tracks in County Road F. Contributed by Don and Mae Zimmerman
South/southwest side of Lake Emerson (the Humbird pond), January 27, 1910.
How I love this picture! My husband, Frank Barkley Moore was born at Humbird in 1933 to Mabel Barkley and Frank E Moore of Garden Valley. Frank Sr. was valedictorian of his graduating class at Humbird. Mabel's parents were George Barkley who was the local blacksmith, and her mother was Minnie Schumacher, daughter of John and Maria Alwardt Schumacher, Prussian immigrants in 1869 who moved all of their family from Watertown to Humbird where they purchased a farm. I'm currently writing a story on the family, and seeing this, wonder where George's blacksmith shop was. My husband died 30 years ago, then working as the school administrator for Brillion, Wisconsin. How he would have loved doing this.
In searching the Clark county website for myself at Owen and now Humbird, I congratulate all who are involved. Few counties in Wisconsin have done such a good job. I've been working with those in La Crosse and Richland counties for several years and am thrilled at the wonderful work being done. If anyone knows of the location of the Barkley blacksmith shop and if it might be in this picture, I would love to find out about it. Carol Mathewson Moore
Contributed by Don and Mae Zimmerman
Main Street, Humbird, WI--1938
Photo by Lynn Feutz, c. 1938, when he lived there and taught school at Humbird School contributed by Marianne Walker.
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