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Island Woolen Mills Baraboo, WI
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M-MI-WI.lwm.01
Source
Special Collections, Gutman Library, Jefferson (Philadelphia University + Thomas Jefferson University)
Text Front
Barboo, Wis. Glimpse of the Island Woolen Mills
Text Reverse
Baraboo, Wis. was named for Jean Baribault, an early French trapper and settler. The town is beautifully built on a series of hills overlooking the Baraboo River. It is an important railway point, being the division headquarters of The North Western Line. Its manufacturing interests include woolen mills, flour mills, etc., in the center of an extensive agricultural region.
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The Hugh C. Leighton Co.
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