Title: La Crosse County Historical Sketches Series ...
Publisher: La Crosse, WI: La Crosse County Historical Society, 1942
Publication Date: 1942
Binding: Soft cover
95 p. This volume comprises a collection of papers written for the society, newspaper articles, reminiscences, etc., about the history of this Wisconsin County. The contents are: La Crosse boards of trade and Chamber of Commerce, E.S. Hebberd; pioneering in Wisconsin and Minnesota, Louis Larson; bridging the Mississippi at La Crosse and Winona, Minnesota, H.J. Hirsheimer; interior decoration and furnishing, 1870-1900, Mrs. Arthur E. Hebberd; early La Crosse County authors, David A. Coate; "History of the Natural Setting of La Crosse, Wisconsin,"Minnie E. Lemaire; social life in early La Crosse, Mary A. Clarke; the Mormons of Mormon Coulee, Albert H. Sanford. Illustrations, index. Soft cover, fine but for name of former owner stamped on front free endpaper and small tape repair at foot of spine. Bookseller Inventory # 888-CM8-5
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