History: Main Street, Greenwood, Wis.

Contact: janet@wiclarkcountyhistory.org


Surnames: Steele, Varney, Steth, Heth, Holmes


----Souce: Post Card Collection of Tim Plunkett

Main Street Photos

Greenwood, Clark County, Wisconsin


This 1913 post card of the west side Main St., Greenwood, Wisconsin shows some children playing on the north end of the street.  The businesses from left to right are: the Sash, Cement & Sewer pipes, A. M. White Hardware, The F & M Bank, John Arend's Grocery and Volk Bros. Taylor Shop (later Jim's Dairy Bar). 


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To: Mrs. Ann Heth or Steth, Mondovi, Wis. % Fred Holmes, postmarked 18 Aug, 1913, Greenwood, Wis.

From: Edna

Message: Aug 18

Am going berrying today tomorrow you may look for a crate of berries thats worded wrong end to. We are well as usual only most dead with the heat much

from Edna



To: Mrs. Christina Steele, Thorp, Wis., postmarked 12 Aug 1909, Greenwood, Wis.

From: Mrs. C. (Charles) A. Varney.

Message: Greenwood, Wis. Aug. 11 - 1909.

Dear friend your card at hand some time ago - and now a we have had a good rain I'll try and write a word. We were badly in need of rain during the heavy shower this morning lightening struck the school house slivered it up some $100.00 damage so I heard and we find this eve that our electric lights in our house are burned out too. Cynthia & Forrest are attending the institute in Neillsville. They have been in LaCrosse the most of the summer with Mrs. Withee. Yours, Mrs. C. A. Varney.




Tim Plunkett