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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Marshfield, Wisconsin
Location of Marshfield, Wisconsin
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|Built by Hans Bille in the Queen Anne Style. A pyramidal hipped roof and gabled wings creates asymmetrical massing.
Marshfield Historical Register — — Map (db m75964) HM|
|In Service 1911-1954
City of Marshfield
Soo Line RR in 1956.
Marshfield Historic Register — — Map (db m75938) HM|
|In 1871, Louis and Frank Rivers constructed a one-and-a-half story log building at the present northeast corner of N. Chestnut Ave. and W. Depot St. This building served as a residence, hotel, tavern, and store. The brothers heard that the Wisconsin . . . — — Map (db m3361) HM|
|This property has been
placed on the
by the United States
Department of the Interior
December 12, 1976
William H. Upham
This Victorian mansion was built in . . . — — Map (db m48113) HM|
|1914 Designed by architect Gus A. Krasin in the Dutch Colonial Revival Style. Hamilton Roddis was as industrialist and civic leader who greatly contributed to the development of Marshfield.
Marshfield Historic Register — — Map (db m75966) HM|
has been placed on the
of Historic Places
by the United States
Department of the Interior — — Map (db m48110) HM|
|Raised May 29, 1901 • Removed Nov. 28, 1962
This 1,982 pound bell tolled the hours, served as community fire alarm and summoned volunteer firemen to meetings for more than four decades. The clock mechanism failed during World War II and the . . . — — Map (db m4731) HM|
|Prior to World War II, few Americans had ever been held as prisoners of war on foreign soil. But the surrender of U.S. forces in the Phillippines in the spring of 1942 suddenly swelled the number of POWs into the thousands, and soon a network of . . . — — Map (db m3193) HM|
| . . . — — Map (db m57544) HM|
|Built as Marshfield’s City Hall. The building also included the library and the fire department.
Marshfield Historical Register — — Map (db m75965) HM|
|Dedicated for the Sacrifice
to the Cause of Freedom — — Map (db m78921) WM|
In Memory Of
World War Veterans
1917 — 1919
Dedicated 1938 — — Map (db m57444) WM|
The People of Marshfield
to the Memory of Those
Who Gave Their Lives for
America's Cause During
the World War
George Arnett · William Arnett · Louis Binder · Frank Boyer · Frederick W. . . . — — Map (db m78336) WM|
|Designed and erected by
F.A. Felhofer and his six brothers for
dairy cattle shows and sales of the
Central Wisconsin State Fair
Marshfield Historical Register — — Map (db m75959) HM|
|This Youth Baseball Donor Recognition monument was commissioned in 2008 by MARSH-21. Its location marks the former intersection of Oak Avenue and 2nd Street, which was converted into park area as part of the Hwy 13 Veterans Parkway . . . — — Map (db m57332) HM|