Lloyd Horn's Clark County, Wisconsin Photo Album

Contributed byVern Vollrath, Lloyd Horn and Helen Blaha


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Notes & Memories




Greenwood, Wisconsin Tourist Park (alternate photo)








This is the swimming hole at the dam.




Black River, Greenwood, Wisconsin







From: Augusta ?, 4 Aug 1900?
To: Mrs. E. L. Bond, Mondovi, Wisconsin

Georgie (Georgiann Anderson Bond) we will be at Mondovi at about 3.15 Thursday P.M. if nothing more happens to prevent. Augusta (Huggett-sister of Georgia Anderson Bond and daughter of Knud Anderson).




Later Black River Scene, Greenwood, Wisconsin



Blue Mirror Bar, Main Street, Greenwood, Wisconsin

Through the years, this business was owned or operated by Robert & Donna Hinker, Gary & Delores Drews, Bob & Donna Diedrich, Pete Bogdonovich, Arthur J. Ampe, Joe Verschay, Edward M. Bogdonovich, Bea Noyes Clayton (Grocery-wife of Jessie and daughter of John E. and Harriet Edwards Noyes), St. Lucy's Thrift Shop, Aldon J. Allard, John Drummond and Chalmer Perkins (Barber).

*When Aldon Allard died in 1940, Chal Perkins sung "Rock of Ages" at his funeral.




Black River Bridge, Greenwood, Wisconsin, ca 1950





Fishing on the Black River, Greenwood, Wisconsin

Dear Verna, What did Santa bring you? He was very good her. Chris and Leina Holzhuter were here last week. We were over home last Sun. Tell your Ma Mrs. Dreager was buried New Years. from Florence H.





From: F. L., Loyal, Wis. 4 Nov 1908
To: Mr. Frank Lindekugel, Pine River R.F.D., Waushara Co., Wisconsin

Hello Frank how are getting along now days husking corn are you I'm all through plowing are you? Let me hear from you soon F. L.

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