Lincoln/Whitehall Documents

Cowie vs Ekern 1900
Cowie vs Ekern political debate around 1900

Whitehall Gazebo 2017

Whitehall Theater 1941

Whitehall Ski Club 1942

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Floyd Van Sickle, Martin Brom Jr, Jimmy Garaghan 1940

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1941 Deer in whitehall

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croquet on the courthouse lawn with Sheriff Engen 1891

1941 S Ser
1941 March

Whitehall Opera House 1915 (547x518)

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Whitehall Temperance 1915

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December 1890 Whitehall

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Judge Damon retires 2016

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Whitehall Training School for Nurses, pictured are Judith Steen, Jenny Birkland, Agnes Staff 1984

HCC 2015 (800x798)

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Attendance at high schools was optional in 1930 when this ad was run in the plat book.

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March 1941

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Sand mine meeting 2015

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Torsons of Whitehall 1915

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Feb 1890 Whitehall

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Town of Lincoln 1905 list of Civil War Soldiers

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Village of Whitehall Civil War Soldiers 1905

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1940–Walter Nelson and Jackie DeBow were noted ski jumpers in the county

1915 4th Whitehall

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Whitehall Methodist church

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part 1 history of Whitehall Methodist

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part 2 whitehall Methodist

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Whitehall Methodist Pastors

Obit Ingalls 1939
Whitehall resident John Ingalls June 1939

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Ads from 1930 plat book

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July 4 1889
July 4 1889

Whitehall Ski Club 1939
Whitehall Ski Club 1939-the ski hill was at the end of the valley that CR O runs north thru

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Tri County Memorial Hospital

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1951 Whtl Mill and Power Co
Whitehall Mill and Power Co 1951

1925 Lady Golfers

Wthl Jr Roll 1911

Whitehall HS Junior Class 1911

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Whitehall 1887

1937 Sheriff Brom
Sheriff Martin Brom 1937

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Flood 1913

1888 hard winter
Vold, Ole 1888 Hardwinter

1949 Eyvind Peterson
Peterson Eyvind 1949

1930 tornado
Tornado 1930

1938 School graduationsr
1938 School graduations

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Ski Jumpers 1949

1950 Whitehall robbery
Whitehall Robbery 1950

1944 Threshers
Threshers 1950 Nyberg, Thompson, Frederickson, Speerstra

1950 Wthl Burglars
Whitehall Burglars 1950

1951 4H Clubs
4 H Clubs 1951

1951 Dr MacCornack
MacCormich Dr

1951 L Larson Mailman
Larson, L Mailman’s remembrances 1951

1952 Alaska Gold Rush Group
Alaska Gold Rush Group 1952

1952 Tank Rescue
Olaf Nelson Rescue 1952

1953 County new officers
New County Officials 1953

1953Obit Dr_Mrs JC Tyvand
Tyvand train accident 1953

1954Iver Olson
Olson, Iver 1954

1955 Sherriff Axness
Sheriff Ernest Axness 1955

1955 Adolph Hanson
Hanson, Adolph 1955

1956 Mrs Ole Erickson
Erickson, Mrs Ole Engen 1956

2012 Lumberyard Whtl
Lumberyard in Whitehall 2012

Abend Drug Store
Abend Drug Store 1938

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County Courthouse History B

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County Courthouse A

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County Courthouse Ab

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DVM Lamberson

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Fly Creek 1944

Miss Sumbeam Constest-D Briggs
Briggs, Diane little Miss Sunbeam contest

Old Whitehall complete
Old sketch of Whitehall

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Thompson_Elstad Bday
Thompson_Elstad birthdays

Whlt 1912 Graduation
Whitehall HS Graduation 1912

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Whitehall HS 1911 Year Book

Whlt HS Freshmen 1911
Whitehall HS Freshman Class 1911

Tri County Hospital Whitehall
Tri County Hospital Whitehall

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Whitehall HS Basketball team 1911

Whit Class 1912
Whitehall Class of 1912 a

Whitehall Ham Fire
Ham fire of Whitehall 1944

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Schaefer Cake Mix

Whtl HS chorus Roll 1911
Whitehall HS Chorus 1911

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Whitehall HS History 1911

Whitehall History 1956
History of Whitehall 1950

Whtl HS Orchestra 1911 list
Whitehall HS Orchestra 1911

Whlt 1912 class roll

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whitehall depot

Downloadable PFD Files

WILLIE JOHNSON RECALLS OLD WHITEHALL

First Whitehall PO

TREMPEALEAU COUNTY SHERIFFS 1855-2014

1940 Homemakers Achievement Day

1952 OUR SAVIORS LUTHERAN CHURCH OF WHITEHALL

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Temperance Hall on Square Bluff
Plum Creek Temperance Hall Part 2
Pathea Orchestra in Whitehall

Letter to the Editor: 
Regarding the identity of members of the Pathea Orchestra, recently shown in your paper, the 
young boy in the center is my brother Alf Modahl. He now lives in Bradenton, Fla. 
Our family, consisting of our parents, Amandus and Mattie; my brothers, Alf, Joe, Frank and Carl; and myself, Lillian, lived in Whitehall from 1910 until 1918. Both parents were musicians. He organized orchestras and bands and gave music lessons; she played piano, organ, violin and mandolin. When our father died in 1911 from a stroke, many of the town folk came to the family’s aid, for which we were very grateful. Mother, then, took over the music classes and made a living for our family. 
Alf was a dedicated musician all his life. He would set his alarm clock to the exact time he would finish practicing, and set the clock, face out, in the window to allow his pals to know when he would be available for fun and games. He played the clarinet in a family orchestra before Father died. Mother played the violin; Joe played the flute and piccolo; Frank played the piano and Father the drums. 
After Father’s death, this orchestra fell apart, but Alf never faltered in his determination to become a top notch musician. He played for his first dance when he was 10 years old, which was the last dance our father played for. Alf proudly gave his earnings to our mother to buy coal. 
From the age of 10, Alf played regularly with several orchestras; he was considered a drawing card because of his young age. His fellow orchestral members took good care of him; they did not let him play late. They would make a bed for him out of chairs and coats behind the piano and bed him down for the sleep he needed in order to go to school the next day. In his teens he was expected to carry his share of the playing and by the time he was a sophomore he played so many nights that he had to drop out of school. 
When our family moved to the Galesville area in 1918, Alf remained in Whitehall for awhile. Later he left to pursue his career, traveling across the nation with Chatauqua programs and other musical groups. Still later, he became a member of John Philip Sousa’s band and traveled widely. When Alf married Alta Moen from La Crosse, he settled down there. Here, he continued in orchestras and bands and in teaching music. They have a son and a daughter and grandchildren, and are now retired in Florida. 
Lillian Modahl Hanson 
Holmen, Wis