Wisconsin. Circuit Court (Polk County): Naturalization Records, 1855-1954

Container Title
PH 6381
Series: Prints
Abbotsford
Water
Box   3
Envelope   1
1965 May 4
Box   1
Envelope   2
1963 December 10
Sewage
Box   1
Envelope   4
1948
Box   1
Envelope   5
Trickling filter, 1947 January-February
Ableman
Box   1
Envelope   3
Sauk County flood relief and clean-up, 1935 August
Note: Artesian flows from private wells prevent much pollution from entering local water supplies.
Adams – Friendship
Sewage treatment
Undated
Box   1
Envelope   6
A. General view of sewage treatment plant equipped with mechanical type aerators (American Well Works Co.)
Box   1
Envelope   6
B. Close-up showing aerator in operation
October 1937
Box   1
Envelope   7
A. Sewage treatment plant serving Adams which will also handle the sewage from Friendship
Box   1
Envelope   7
B. Close-up showing an aerator in operation
Adell
Industrial waste
Box   1
Envelope   8
Views of pond piping-Western Condensing Co., 1950 Summer
Box   1
Envelope   9
Whey dehydration, Western Condensing Co. dehydration plant and upper marsh into which wastes are discharged, 1945 June 29
Note: A waste recovery plant is to be built to reduce this pollution loading.
Algae nuisances, field equipment, 1942 June
Box   1
Envelope   10
A-C. General view of photelometer for determining strength of copper sulphate solution
Box   1
Envelope   10
D-F. Speed gauge for barge and boat applying chemicals
Box   1
Envelope   10
G-H. Tailpiece of barge speed gauge showing method of fastening to boat
Alma
Box   1
Envelope   11
New sewage treatment plant, a part of the Mississippi River clean-up, 1936 April
Almond
Box   1
Envelope   12
Industrial waste, 1967 November 14
Box   3
Envelope   13
Sewage, 1964 February 25
Amberg
Box   1
Envelope   14
Bathing beach, undated
Amery
Lake Wapogassett
Yates property, chemical treatment for removal of weeds, using sodium arsenate, 1939 June 24
Box   1
Envelope   15
A. Close-up of spraying equipment showing outlet of solution barrels, Venturi meter, and Evinrude pumping unit
Box   1
Envelope   15
B. General view of spraying unit and equipment
Box   1
Envelope   15
C. Spraying equipment in operation
Box   1
Envelope   15
D. Palmer spraying the solution
Outlet of Lake Wapogasset, chemical treatment for removal of weeds using sodium arsenate, 1939 June 26
Box   1
Envelope   15
A-B. General views of bay at lake outlet, showing weed growth
Box   1
Envelope   15
C. Palmer, making arsenate trioxide in solution
Box   1
Envelope   15
D. Adding arsenate trioxide to solution barrels
Box   1
Envelope   15
E. Lily pads and heavy scum a day after treatment
Sewage treatment, 1949 October
Box   1
Envelope   17
A-B. General views of new sewage treatment works
Box   1
Envelope   17
C. Operating house and clarifier
Amherst
Box   1
Envelope   18
Borden's plant, undated
Antigo
Box   1
Envelope   19
Stream pollution, 1947 October 17
Note: General view of control facilities with outlet of pond by means of which some regulation of flow secured. In the period prior to visit practically the entire stream flow was used for irrigation of potato crop.
Box   1
Envelope   20
Miscellaneous, view of prolific algae growth in stream where recreational lake is contemplated, 1934 August
Sewage treatment
June 1926
Box   1
Envelope   21
A. General view of sewage treatment works with the visiting delegation of engineers
Box   1
Envelope   21
B. Sludge beds at sewage treatment works
Box   1
Envelope   21
C. Sludge beds and trickling filters
Box   1
Envelope   21
D-E. Sewage treatment engineers inspection
Box   1
Envelope   22
Trickling filters with covered secondary settling tank in background and dosing chamber in right foreground. Operator demonstrating tests for Kanneberg, 1946 July 23
Municipal sewage treatment plant, 1927 June 11
Box   1
Envelope   23
A. Prominent sanitary engineers inspection
Box   1
Envelope   23
B. Same group and Dorr clarifier of separate sludge digester in the background
Box   1
Envelope   23
C. Sludge beds and sprinkling filters
Box   1
Envelope   23
D. Sludge beds and operating house
Box   1
Envelope   23
E. Plant, inspection group in foreground
Box   1
Envelope   24
Water works showing addition for water softening, 1942 June 13
Appleton
Industrial wastes
Box   1
Envelope   25
Rendering plants, 1947 November 8
Note: Wisconsin Rendering Co. plant bordering Mud Creek.
Box   1
Envelope   26
Sulphite waste research, 1946 June 7
Note: Sulphite Manufacturers Committee pilot plant near Consolidated Water Power & Paper Co. mill.
Sulphite research, 1943 August
Box   1
Envelope   29
A-B. Pilot trickling filter system for treatment of sulphite waste liquor
Box   1
Envelope   29
C-D. Interior of filter showing special rotary distributor in operation
Note: Note partition separating different kinds of filter rock and pipe extending up through filter bed as overflow for backwash.
Box   1
Envelope   29
E-F. Final settling tanks
Note: Wastes are conveyed through open channels to settling tanks for sludge recovery. Averil Wiley and Klem Conan are inspecting.
Box   1
Envelope   29
G. Interior view of operating house showing solution tanks for chemicals
Box   1
Envelope   28
Paper mill wastes of several large paper mills on the lower Fox
Pulp and paper waste (sulphite waste liquor experiments), 1943 May 22
Box   1
Envelope   31
A-B. General view of pilot plant under construction by Sulphite Committee in Interlake Mill, Clem Coenen in foreground
Box   1
Envelope   31
C-D. Waste distributor for trickling filter demonstrated, A. Wiley, coordinator of Sulphite Waste Committee
Sewage treatment
1946 June 8
Box   1
Envelope   27
A. General view of sewage treatment works
Box   1
Envelope   27
B. Clarifiers at treatment works
Box   1
Envelope   27
C. Digesters and sludge beds on hill above plant
Box   1
Envelope   30
Sewage treatment works, 1938 May
Note: Note WPA project covering ground improvements at left. Industrial wastes not yet diverted to this plant.
Arlington
Box   1
Envelope   32
Cannery waste, 1946 August 4
Note: General view of waste lagoon, showing weed growth in the outlet lagoon. Outlet pipe is located at platform at corner of dike in the back.
Arpin
Box   3
Envelope   33
Sewage, circa 1964 May
Arthur
Industrial wastes
Box   1
Envelope   34
Construction of trickling filter at Arthur Cooperative Creamery and rock being placed, 1936 May
Undated
Box   1
Envelope   35
A-B. Milk waste treatment plant at Arthur Cooperative under construction
Box   1
Envelope   35
C. Placing rock in the new trickling filter, showing arrangement of sump and pump house
Note: Note center column support for the distributor.
Ashland
Bathing beach
Box   1
Envelope   36
Children swimming
Recreational bathing
Box   1
Envelope   39
A-B. Municipal dock used as pier
Box   1
Envelope   39
C-D. Beach west of city, bathhouse in foreground
Box   1
Envelope   39
E. General view along bay shore
Box   1
Envelope   39
F-G. Waterworks at Ashland
Box   1
Envelope   39
H. Sampler used in pollution survey
Box   1
Envelope   37
Lake pollution survey showing ore dock at Ashland adjacent to sewer outlet discharge, just beyond the derrick boat at left, 1946 July 25
Box   1
Envelope   38
Pollution abatement showing untreated sewage and bathing beach, 1945 September 9
Water supply
1938 May
Box   1
Envelope   40
A. General view showing covered flow sand filter bed in back and so-called jumbo well under cover at right
Box   1
Envelope   40
B. Old oaken bucket type of farm well located on low point of farm towards which barn and privies drain
Box   1
Envelope   41
County water supply, undated
Astico
Box   1
Envelope   42
Columbus Milk Producers Cooperative building, 1962 August 10
Box   1
Envelope   43
Elba Canning Co., showing elevation, screen, chemical treatment tanks, operating house, and sludge beds, 1931 June
Mammoth Springs Canning Co., 1934 July
Box   1
Envelope   44
A. Old septic tank used as collecting sump for screened wastes, which are pumped to the plant at left
Note: Note other plants in background.
Box   1
Envelope   44
B. Sludge beds at Mammoth Springs
Box   1
Envelope   44
C-D. Chemical treatment plant at Mammoth Springs
Augusta
Box   1
Envelope   45
Cannery waste treatment plant, 1935 July
Box   1
Envelope   46
Cannery waste treatment plant, 1935 July 6-9
Avalon
Box   1
Envelope   47
Milk plant, 1951 April 10
Aquatic weed cutting equipment
Box   1
Envelope   48
A. Skow-mounted aquatic weed cutting equipment at Oconomowoc, Dr. M.S. Nichols demonstrates
Box   1
Envelope   48
B. Close-up of under-water weed cutters on harvesting machinery
Note: “Disadvantage is that weeds must be collected to prevent shore nuisance.”
Badger Ordnance Works
Box   1
Envelope   49
New spillway and impounding basin receiving neutralized acid waste from the power plant, partly seen in the left back, 1943 June
Note: Note cows drinking from waste water.
Box   2
Envelope   363
General view of lagoon and spillway for ordnance works waste, 1943 June 1
Note: Cattle drinking immediately below discharge point into Wisconsin River above Prairie du Sac.
Baldwin
Box   1
Envelope   50
Municipal sewage treatment works, 1948 October
Box   1
Envelope   51
Trickling filter, 1947 January-February
Bangor
Box   1
Envelope   52
Sewage treatment plant, showing clarifier in the foreground and treatment house and digester in the back, 1939 April 27
Baraboo
Beach at Devil Lake State Park
Box   1
Envelope   60
1931 August
Box   1
Envelope   53
Undated
Box   1
Envelope   58
Undated
Swimming pool
1939 May
Box   1
Envelope   54
A-B. Municipal pool and bath house
Box   1
Envelope   54
C. Recirculating equipment
Box   1
Envelope   54
D. Filters
Box   1
Envelope   55
Pool under construction, 1937 October
Note: Completed tank in the foreground and bath house
1937 October 30
Box   1
Envelope   56
A. Location of new WPA pool
Box   1
Envelope   56
B-C. Close-up showing shallow ends and deep center construction
Box   1
Envelope   57
Sewage treatment showing settling tanks, digester and control building at the new treatment plant, 1939 April 26
Note: Edward Grosshans, operator, at the control valves at the end of the clarifier.
Barksdale
Box   1
Envelope   59
A. Screen receiving part of wastes from the DuPont explosives plant, 1946 July
Box   1
Envelope   59
B. North Creek, 1946 July
Box   1
Envelope   59
C. Washout of fill under railroad track, and sewer carrying water of a stream draining the southern lake shore of the Du Pont grounds and carrying industrial waste, 1946 July
Bayfield
Box   1
Envelope   62
Damage after cloudburst
Beaver Dam
Sewerage
1934 September 11
Box   1
Envelope   63
A. New trickling filter units with cloverleaf construction and concrete slab wells
Box   1
Envelope   63
B. Clarifier operating house under construction, digester and gas holder in front
Box   1
Envelope   64
Sewage treatment plant, trickling filter in front, 1946 July 22
Box   1
Envelope   67
Sewage treatment plant under construction, showing filter wall and bottom, 1934 June 6
1934 July 11
Box   1
Envelope   68
A. General view of construction
Box   1
Envelope   68
B-C. Close up of trickling filter showing filter walls, underdrains, piping system to the distributor, primary and second settling tanks in the background
1934 September 11
Box   1
Envelope   72A
A. New sewage treatment works
Box   1
Envelope   72A
B. Trickling filters
1945
Box   1
Envelope   69
A-B. Sewage sludge filter
Box   1
Envelope   69
C. General view of sewage treatment works
Box   1
Envelope   69
D. Diversion manhole at treatment works
Box   1
Envelope   65
South Beaver Dam, lagoon at Stokely canning plant during ice melt, 1944 April
Water supply
Box   1
Envelope   66
Bathing beach where swimmer's itch had previously developed (none this year), about 3 miles east of Beaver Dam on Highway 33, 1939 June 9
Box   1
Envelope   71
Operations at the northside well that improve yield and possibly better chemical quality through enlarged well casing, 1941 June
Swimmer's itch outbreak, 1939 May 23
Box   1
Envelope   72
A-B. Experimental treatment of marsh and feeder steam along Highway 33
Note: Mr. Brackett demonstrates application of copper carbonate to snail-infested area.
Box   1
Envelope   72
C. Close-up of equipment to dust copper carbonate
Box   1
Envelope   72
D. Kanneberg and Brackett examining blower equipment
Box   1
Envelope   73
Stream pollution, undated
Note: View of dying fish to be used as exhibit in Beaver Dam hearing testimony.
Belgium
Box   1
Envelope   74
Sewage, 1951 June
Beloit
Box   1
Envelope   75
Stream pollution showing sewer outlet and river gauge at interstate bridge on Rock River, 1947 September
Box   1
Envelope   76
Intercepting sewer construction near C&NW station, a WPA program to convey all sewerage to a site in Illinois for treatment, 1939
Box   1
Envelope   77
Swimming pool at country club, 1936 July
Note: Photo by A.J. Steffen.
Berlin
Box   1
Envelope   78
Water, undated
Box   1
Envelope   79
Water works, pump station, reservoir, three wells, pumps, and other equipment, 1957 November 4
Box   1
Envelope   80
Swimming pool, undated
Black River Falls
Box   1
Envelope   81
Sewage treatment works from Black River levee, 1946 May
Box   1
Envelope   82
Water supply, 1948
Bloomer
Box   1
Envelope   83
Industrial waste at Duncan Creek, 1950 July 27
Sewage treatment
1948 August
Box   1
Envelope   84
A. Treatment works, showing clarifier and sludge beds in the foreground and trickling filter at the back
Box   1
Envelope   84
B. Sludge beds and trickling filter, operating house in the right background
1939 May 27
Box   1
Envelope   85
A. Trickling filter installation, showing rock of a Plymouth underdrain system
Box   1
Envelope   85
B-C. Construction of sludge drying beds with finished clarifier and operating house in the back. Kanneberg views construction
1946 May
Box   1
Envelope   86
A. Communitors, grit chamber, and primary clarifier. Wisniewski and operator appear
Box   1
Envelope   86
B. Kanneberg, Resh, Wisniewski and operator, with sludge beds in the background
Box   1
Envelope   86
C. Trickling filter installation, clarifier in front
Box   1
Envelope   86
D. Final clarifier
Bloomington
Box   1
Envelope   87
Bloomington Waterworks, undated
Bonduel
Bonduel sewage treatment plant
Box   1
Envelope   88
1945 August 8
Box   1
Envelope   89
Complete treatment is provided, a separate digestion, trickling filter disposal system, 1942 June 13
Boscobel
Box   1
Envelope   90
Swimming pool, 1935
Boyd
Industrial waste, 1938 May
Box   1
Envelope   91
A. Gravel filter at the Boyd Creamery, Mr. West making adjustments and pump setting
Box   1
Envelope   91
B. Boyd Creamery
Note: Note concrete base and effluent channel leading to diversion weir box in front of pump house.
Box   1
Envelope   91
C. View looking down gravel filter showing diversion weir box in the foreground
Note: Filter operates at a high rate of recirculation.
Box   1
Envelope   91
D. Diversion weir box showing adjustable apron that permits diversion of varying amount of effluent pump sump and effluent tile
Box   1
Envelope   91
E-F. General view of Boyd Creamery waste disposal plant
Box   1
Envelope   91
G. Whey tank at Boyd Creamery
Brillion, pea cannery waste treatment, undated
Box   1
Envelope   92
A. General view of treatment plant
Box   1
Envelope   92
B. Sludge beds
Box   1
Envelope   92
C. Partition of sludge beds
Box   1
Envelope   92
D. Screen unit and pump sump
Box   1
Envelope   92
E. Chemical storage facilities below operating house
Brokow
Wausau Paper Mills Co., 1928 July
Box   1
Envelope   93
A. Wastes discharged into tail-race in the foreground
Box   1
Envelope   93
B. Slick caused by discharge of waste in the foreground
Brooklyn
Industrial wastes at Bowman Dairy
Box   1
Envelope   94
Trickling filter, special motor-driven distributor gives good distribution of wastes over filter, 1945 May 8
Box   1
Envelope   97
General view with trickling filter in the front, 1946 April 29
Brownsville
Box   1
Envelope   95
Cannery lagoon, undated
Browntown
Box   1
Envelope   96
Waterworks, undated
Burlington
Box   1
Envelope   97
New sewage treatment works, undated
Butternut
Box   1
Envelope   98
Clarigester type of sewage treatment works, undated
Cadott
Box   1
Envelope   99
Sewage treatment plant during last stages of construction, spiraflow clarifier, 1951
Cambria
Cannery waste treatment, 1934 July
Box   1
Envelope   100
A. Columbia Canning Co, showing rotary screen in the foreground and chemical treatment plant in the back
Box   1
Envelope   100
B. Removal of screenings used as hog feed on nearby farms
Box   1
Envelope   100
C. Columbia Canning Co. chemical waste treatment plant
Box   1
Envelope   100
D. Columbia Canning, with silage stack in the foreground
Note: Sump and sump pump for silage juice at the left. Disposal is by soil absorption.
Box   1
Envelope   100
E. Midwest Canning Corp. of Rochell, Illinois
Duck Creek survey, 1928
Box   1
Envelope   102
A. View three miles south of Cambria
Note: Septic conditions prevailed here during August 1928.
Box   1
Envelope   102
B. Dead fish caught 18 miles below Cambria during , 1928 August
Campbellsport
Industrial wastes
1942 August 1
Box   1
Envelope   103
A. Trickling filter at Stella Cheese Co.
Note: Filter is equipped for recirculation of any portion of effluent. Final discharge is to city sewer.
Box   1
Envelope   103
B. Filter top
Note: No evidence of ponding or excessive slime formation. Good results appeared to be effected.
Box   1
Envelope   104
Stella Cheese Co. trickling filter, 1936 June 2
1940 September
Box   1
Envelope   105
A-B. General view of trickling filter
Box   1
Envelope   105
C. Rear of the filter, showing secondary settling tank and pump house
Box   1
Envelope   105
D. Distributor at the top of the trickling filter
Sewerage
Box   1
Envelope   106
Vogt-type aerator at activated sludge plant, 1940 September
Note: Mr. Unger, factory representative, is putting plant in operation.
Cambridge
Box   1
Envelope   107
Sewerage, 1951 March 7
Cannery wastes
Pea vine silage, 1930 May
Box   1
Envelope   110
A-D. Arnold Drier and intake end. Note cutter for chopping vines.
Box   1
Envelope   110
D. Discharge end of drier during operation
Box   1
Envelope   110
E. Cyclone for collecting dried vines leaving the drier
Box   1
Envelope   110
F. Malt wastes before drying
Box   1
Envelope   110
G. Malt wastes after drying
Box   1
Envelope   110
H. Dried pea vines
Box   1
Envelope   110
I. General view of sacking operations
Box   1
Envelope   110
J. Drier in operation
Box   1
Envelope   110
K. Feeding pea vines into silage cutter
Box   1
Envelope   111
Cannery wastes at experimental plant (Chivers Co., Huntingdon, England), 1935 July
Carrollville
Box   1
Envelope   115
Industrial waste from manufacturing plants taken during pollution survey, being carried out cooperatively with the aid of Milwaukee Sewerage Commission, 1936 April
Box   1
Envelope   116
Waste from U.S. Glue, 1951 June
Casco
Van Camp dairy waste treatment plant, 1932 August 8
Note: Photos by H. Ruf.
Box   1
Envelope   118
A. General views of gravity type treatment plant
Box   1
Envelope   118
B. Interior view of distribution system
Note: Note roof opening to facilitate regulation of value to tip trough.
Cashton
Box   1
Envelope   117
Old sewage treatment plant under construction, new operating house at the right, 1939 April 27
Cedarburg
Cannery wastes
1927 July
Box   1
Envelope   119
A. Completed plant at start of canning season
Box   1
Envelope   119
B. Sludge beds and pumping equipment and (left to right) Colburn, Sanborn, Wittenberg, and plant operator
Box   1
Envelope   119
C. Distribution trough at inlet to settling tank
Box   1
Envelope   119
D. Wittenburg studying operation of plant
Box   1
Envelope   120
Continuous flow type chemical treatment plant for wastes of J.P. Paver Canning Co., 1927 May 24
1928
Box   1
Envelope   123
A-B. Mixing device for chlorinated copper
Box   1
Envelope   123
C. Field lab at Paver Canning Co.
Box   1
Envelope   123
D. Construction of experimental trickling filters
Box   1
Envelope   123
E-F. Completed trickling filter unit
Box   1
Envelope   123
G. Reconstruction of sludge beds at Paver
Box   1
Envelope   123
H. Care of pea vine stack at Paver
Box   1
Envelope   123
I. Clorinater installation at Cedarburg
1929
Box   1
Envelope   122
A. Sludge bed showing cracking
Box   1
Envelope   122
B. Interior of field laboratory
Box   1
Envelope   122
C. Collecting samples from trickling filter
Box   1
Envelope   122
D. Operation of pump for trickling filter
Box   1
Envelope   122
E. Care of septic sludge
Box   1
Envelope   122
F. Samples and pH control equipment during filter tests
Box   1
Envelope   122
G-H. Sludge studies
1939 June
Box   1
Envelope   124
A. Erection of fill and draw precipitation tanks at Cedarburg Canning Co.
Box   1
Envelope   124
B. Construction of tile filter showing parts of distributor unit
Box   1
Envelope   124
C. Waste treatment site showing storage tank and filter unit under construction
Box   1
Envelope   124
D. Mr. Johnson of Red Wing Sewer Pipe Co. aiding construction
Box   1
Envelope   124
E. Completed experimental plant showing fill and draw precipitation tanks
Box   1
Envelope   124
F. Tile filter in operation at start of pack
Box   1
Envelope   124
G. Close-up of rotary distributor
Box   1
Envelope   124
H. Operator's test kit
Box   1
Envelope   124
I. Rock filter in operation
Box   1
Envelope   124
J. Filter units at start of canning season
Box   1
Envelope   124
K. Top of filters showing dosage rate control tanks
June 1938
Box   1
Envelope   125
A. Completed high-rate filter at Cedarburg Canning
Box   1
Envelope   125
B. McKee and Wirth making adjustments in the recirculation system for the tile filter
Box   1
Envelope   125
C. Rock filter
1938 July
Box   1
Envelope   127
A. General view of experimental chemical treatment units. Mr. McKee is conducting the test
Box   1
Envelope   127
B. Experimental beds for chemically precipitated sludge
Box   1
Envelope   127
C-D. Chemical treatment test showing clarification with ferric chloride
Box   1
Envelope   127
E-F. Tests with ferrosol
1938 July 16-17
Box   1
Envelope   129
A. Cylinder tests showing effect of ferrisul and lime treatment
Box   1
Envelope   129
B. Cylinder tests showing raw wastes and three cylinders of treated wastes that gave good calcification with lime/ferrisol treatment
Box   1
Envelope   129
C-D. Additional tests
Box   1
Envelope   129
E. Sludge drying beds containing two ferric chloride runs and one bentonite run
Box   1
Envelope   130
Cylinder tests of silage juice, 1938 July 26
Box   1
Envelope   131
Sand filter used in experimental treatment of corn, beet, and tomato wastes zinc chloride and lime, 1938 September
Note: Messrs. McKee, Wirth, and Sanborn are conducting the tests.
1946 July 16
Box   1
Envelope   132
A. General view of chemical precipitation plant, Kanneberg and NCA rep observing
Box   1
Envelope   132
B. Fill and draw chemical precipitation tanks
Box   1
Envelope   132
C-D. Inside of fill and draw tank showing mixing propeller at side
Box   1
Envelope   132
E. Full tank of cannery wastes during mixing
Box   1
Envelope   132
F. Mobile lab used for field tests, (right to left) Kanneberg, Sanborn, and Wisniewski
Sewage treatment plant
Box   1
Envelope   121
Plant constructed in 1927, Operator Schwartz in front
1938 June 17
Box   1
Envelope   126
A. Operating house
Box   1
Envelope   126
B-C. Trickling filter and secondary settling tanks
Box   1
Envelope   126
D. View through manhole. Top of digester shows supernatant indicator following overturn of contents
Box   1
Envelope   126
E. Sand filter showing discharge on bed
1938 June
Box   1
Envelope   126
A-B. Trickling filter at Cedarburg plant, showing intermediate clarifier in back
Box   1
Envelope   126
C. Sand filter
Box   1
Envelope   126
D. Primary treatment units and operating house
Chemical treatment of lakes and streams, 1942 June
Box   1
Envelope   134
A-B. Photelometer for measuring chemical strength, with copper sulphate being inserted
Box   1
Envelope   134
C-E. Speedometer for boat-starting. Dr. Bartsch holds the fin of pendulum that swings with increased speed
Chicago, Illinois, North Side treatment works
Box   1
Envelope   136
Showing treatment works, blower units for the activated sludge treatment, and grit chamber for removal of inert substances, undated
Box   1
Envelope   137
General views showing filtration building and aeration tanks and pump house, 1934 July 28
Chilton
Box   1
Envelope   138
Sewage disposal, Imhoff tank unit at the municipal plant and improper trickling filter showing lack of distribution over filter area and Dr. Harper inspecting the plant, 1933 July
Industrial waste, 1932 August 24-25
Note: Photo by H. Ruf.
Box   1
Envelope   139
A. General view of circular filter
Box   1
Envelope   139
B. Rotary distributor
Box   1
Envelope   139
C. Influent and effluents obtained
Box   1
Envelope   139
D. Pump unit and field laboratory
Box   1
Envelope   141
Sewage and industrial waste, filter activated sludge plant for both sewage and industrial waste also showing control house, 1942 June 12
Milk waste treatment, 1933 March 11
Box   1
Envelope   140
A-B. General view in winter of Carnation plant
Box   1
Envelope   140
C. Filter unit
Box   1
Envelope   140
D. Close up showing top of filter unit
Box   1
Envelope   140
E. Wastes discharged onto filter during winter operations
Box   1
Envelope   140
F. Distributor with bleeder to prevent freezing
Chippewa Falls
Box   1
Envelope   144
Bathing/boating area on Chippewa River, 1944 July
Box   1
Envelope   142
Sewage treatment plant, 1952 July
Box   1
Envelope   143
Duncan Creek dam which furnishes power to nearby ice house
Chippewa River surveys
1927 July-November
Box   1
Envelope   146
A. Lake Wissota
Box   1
Envelope   146
B. Jim Falls power plant and rapids
Box   1
Envelope   146
C. Chippewa Falls rapids which provide aeration
Sunday conditions, 1929 July 7
Box   1
Envelope   145
A. Northern State Power Dam at Chippewa Falls
Box   1
Envelope   145
B. Dells Pulp and Paper Co. dam at Eau Claire
1929 July 8
Box   1
Envelope   147
A-B. Holcombe Rapids
Box   1
Envelope   147
C. Paper mills and dam at Cornell
Box   1
Envelope   147
D. Jim Falls dam
Clayton
Box   1
Envelope   135
Industrial waste ditch of the Stella Cheese Co. plant, 1948
Clear Lake
Milk waste treatment
1935 July 7
Box   1
Envelope   149
A. Treatment plant and Coop Milk Plant
Box   1
Envelope   149
B-C. New trickling filter, close to dwellings
1936 November 8
Box   1
Envelope   148
A-B. Plant during freezing weather
Box   1
Envelope   148
C. Close up of filter and distributor
Box   1
Envelope   148
D. Wastes being sprayed on filter, showing aeration
Box   1
Envelope   148
E. Cleaning nozzles
Box   1
Envelope   150
Sewage construction, 1948 October
Colby
Box   1
Envelope   151
Waste and well sites, undated
Box   1
Envelope   152
Sewerage, undated
Coleman
Box   1
Envelope   153
Industrial waste irrigation system at County Garden, 1951
Colfax
Box   1
Envelope   154
Twenty-four hour survey, 1950
Columbia County
Box   1
Envelope   496
Water filtration plant, 1929 July 7
Columbus
Arnold dryer unit, 1933 November 17
Box   1
Envelope   155
A-B. Arnold dryer in service at Renk farm #4, showing discharge to silo and pea vines dried for stock feed
Box   1
Envelope   155
C. Discharge end of Arnold dryer unit
Box   1
Envelope   155
D. Dried and sacked feed
Columbus Cannery wastes
Box   1
Envelope   156
Plant outlet to Crawfish Creek and silo, 1926 April 19
1928 July
Box   1
Envelope   158
A-B. Field used for broad irrigation
Box   1
Envelope   158
C. Waste discharging into field through lime for neutralization
Box   1
Envelope   159
New treatment plant, 1931 May
Sewage treatment plant and digester under construction
Box   1
Envelope   157
Walter Reichardt, consulting engineer is in the foreground, 1934 September 11
Box   1
Envelope   160
Additional view of plant, 1934 September
Community sanitation
Box   1
Envelope   161
Various views of privies at Oshkosh parks, taverns and private homes, 1936
Box   1
Envelope   162
WPA community sanitation shop at Shiocton showing equipment for mass production of outdoor toilets, 1937 July
Conservation Commission
Box   1
Envelope   163
Fish stocking operations and transportation in Fond du Lac County, 1928 July
Crawfish River
Pollution survey, 1929 July 30
Box   1
Envelope   164
A. Dam above Fall River
Box   1
Envelope   164
B. Station #6 and bridge
Box   1
Envelope   164
C. Good reservation over the dam at Danville
Cross Plains
Box   1
Envelope   165
Treatment plant, 1948 September
Crystal Lake
Box   1
Envelope   166
Algae caused by pre-1925 inflow of weed seeds from Mullet River, now being dredged
Cudahy
Box   1
Envelope   167
Water plant where chlorination of supply is provided, 1936 April
Cumberland
Food dehydration waste study, 1943 September 13
Box   1
Envelope   168
A. USPHS trailer and screen unit of Stokely Bros. Cannery
Box   1
Envelope   168
B-C. Committee on Water Pollution inspecting mobile lab
Dane
Box   1
Envelope   169
Waterworks, undated
Box   1
Envelope   170
Drainage well and ditch responsible for pollution of private well, 1932 April
Deer Lake (Polk County)
Box   1
Envelope   174
Aquatic nuisance control, 1948 August
Deerbrook
Box   1
Envelope   173
Slaughtering house of Ed Mattek, undated
Deerfield
Box   1
Envelope   175
Deerfield Creamery Co., 1951 March 7
DeForest
Creamery and milk products wastes
1927 May 12
Box   1
Envelope   187
A. DeForest Dairy Co. experimental plant
Box   1
Envelope   187
B. Septic tank interior
Box   1
Envelope   187
C. Constructing lath filter unit, 1927 April 6
Box   1
Envelope   187
D. Lath filter units in place
Box   1
Envelope   187
E. Arrival of tank units and sprinkling filter
Box   1
Envelope   187
F. Placing tank unit
Box   1
Envelope   187
G. Aligning settling tank with other units
Box   1
Envelope   187
H. Caulking and repairing settling tank
1927 May 18
Box   1
Envelope   178
A. Moving aeration tank
Box   1
Envelope   178
B. Constructing trickling filter
Box   1
Envelope   178
C. Essential units in place
Box   1
Envelope   178
D. Pollution of Catfish Creek
Box   1
Envelope   178
E. General view
Box   1
Envelope   184
Completed sludge unit, De Forest Creamery, 1928 April 28
1928 June-August
Box   1
Envelope   179
A-B. DeForest Dairy Co.
Box   1
Envelope   179
C-D. Treatment plant at start of experimental work
Box   1
Envelope   179
E. Weir installed to measure flow in Catfish Creek receiving plant effluent
Box   1
Envelope   179
F. Collection of composite sample for efficiency assessment
Box   1
Envelope   179
G. Pump unit for moving wastes from old septic tank to experimental plant
1928 February 23-25
Box   1
Envelope   181
A. Trickling filter operation
Box   1
Envelope   181
B-C. Cylinders of raw and treated creamery waste
Box   1
Envelope   181
D-E. View of plant layout
Box   1
Envelope   181
F. Lath and trickling filter units in winter
1928 December 2-9
Box   1
Envelope   180
A-E. View of experimental plant in winter, with Engineer Ruff making tests and Messrs Homewood, Mothershead, and Ruff conducting chemical experiments
Note: Note ice at top of trickling filter unit, and ice melt on distribution boards.
Box   1
Envelope   180
F-G. Cylinders of treated wastes
1928 November 23-25
Box   1
Envelope   176
A. Experimental waste treatment plant, showing secondary settling tanks
Box   1
Envelope   176
B. Filter units during winter, with Ruff collecting a sample
Box   1
Envelope   176
C-D. Chlorination unit and equipment
Box   1
Envelope   176
E-F. Secondary settling tanks and overflow weir
1928 December 6
Box   1
Envelope   182
A-C. General view of experimental plant during winter, with trickling filter
Box   1
Envelope   182
D. Trickling and lath filters
Box   1
Envelope   182
E-F. Trough and trickling filter
Box   1
Envelope   182
G. Treatment solution and mixing tanks
Box   1
Envelope   182
H. Plant in winter
Box   1
Envelope   185
Reconstruction of trickling filter unit at De Forest Dairy Co., 1929 June 29
Undated
Box   1
Envelope   177
A. General view of reconstructed trickling filter unit showing chlorinator installation
Box   1
Envelope   177
B-C. Secondary settling tanks and trickling filter
Cannery waste discharge
Box   1
Envelope   183
Crawfish Creek, 1931 April
Catfish Creek, undated
Box   1
Envelope   186
A. Conditions from pea cannery waste
Box   1
Envelope   186
B. Conditions from creamery and cheese factory wastes
Box   1
Envelope   186
C. Fuhrman Canning Co. on Catfish Creek
Box   1
Envelope   186
D. DeForest Creamery on Catfish Creek
Delavan
Box   1
Envelope   112
Sewage treatment at “old plant,” showing trickling filter, 1925
Note: Photo by Prof. Corp.
Algae and weed growth on lake at Delavan, 1934 July 28
Box   1
Envelope   114
A. View showing extensive weed and algae growth
Note: This lake received surface drainage only. Odors have been experienced on occasion.
Box   1
Envelope   114
B. Additional view, showing dense mass of algae accumulated behind boats by the wind
Note: Extensive growth observed all around the margin. Lake receives no sewage pollution.
Delavan Lake
Survey, 1935 June 11
Box   1
Envelope   113
A. Inlet looking northwest from intersection of STH 50 and Lake Road, marsh in foreground and Lakelawn Hotel development in back
Box   1
Envelope   113
B. View across lake from South Shore Manor, aquatic vegetation in the foreground
Box   1
Envelope   113
C. Mouth of canal in Lake Delavan Highlands
Box   1
Envelope   113
D. Canal, looking west
Box   1
Envelope   113
E. Outlet of Lake Delavan, looking west from bridge
Box   1
Envelope   113
F. View of lake outlet from assembly grounds
Box   1
Envelope   113
G. West shore of lake looking south from assembly grounds
Box   1
Envelope   113
H. Inlet looking northeast from the STH 50 bridge
Denmark
Box   1
Envelope   188
Stream pollution, undated
DePere
Sewage treatment
Box   1
Envelope   189
Sewerage plant and operators, 1945 May 31
Box   1
Envelope   190
Hickory Grove Sanatorium on the Fox River and sewage treatment plant, 1939 June 7
Box   1
Envelope   191
View of new chemical precipitation plant, 1938 May
Milk waste treatment, 1939 August
Box   1
Envelope   192
A. Cheese factory four miles from De Pere where Halvorson high-rate filter was installed
Box   1
Envelope   192
B-C. Close-up of storage tank and filter
Box   1
Envelope   192
D. Rotating distributor
Note: Note spray over gravel used as filter.
Dodgeville
Box   1
Envelope   193
Dodgeville Mining Co. new lagoon, 1950 September
Box   1
Envelope   194
Badger Mining Co. drainage ditch around Crystal Lake, with mine shaft in the back, undated
Box   1
Envelope   195
Iowa County Hospital and Home sewage plant, 1957 July 26
Dorchester
Box   1
Envelope   196
Dorchester plant during winter operation, 1957 February 18
Duck Creek
Box   1
Envelope   197
Stream pollution survey, 1929 July 30
Note: Shows Cambria mill pond and condition above Station #4.
Eagle River
Sewage treatment works
Box   1
Envelope   198
1945 August 8
Box   1
Envelope   199
1948
Box   1
Envelope   170
Water supply well showing iron removal plant, elevated storage tank, pump house, 1931 August 13
Eau Claire
Sewage treatment
Box   1
Envelope   201
Construction showing use of well point to lower ground water in sandy area, 1939 May 27
Box   1
Envelope   202
Operators attending regional school at Eau Claire works, 1943 June 24-25
1948 August
Box   1
Envelope   200
A-B. Clarifiers and digesters and the municipal plant
Box   1
Envelope   200
C. Main operating house with clarifiers behind shrubbery
Eden
Box   1
Envelope   203-204
Mammoth Springs Canning Co., showing treatment system in the foreground
Note: Trickling filter of White House Milk at the right.
Edgar
Box   1
Envelope   205
Disintegration sewage plant, 1948 March
Edgerton
Box   1
Envelope   206
Trickling filter sewage system, 1951 June
Elkhart Lake
Sewage system, 1951 June
Box   1
Envelope   207
A. Dosing of the filter
Box   1
Envelope   207
B. Imhoff tank and submerged sludge bed
Box   1
Envelope   207
C. Damage done in blasting out wall of sludge bed
Elkhorn
Box   1
Envelope   209
Elkhorn Canning Co. chemical precipitation plant, undated
Box   1
Envelope   210
Filters at sewage treatment plant and sand filter for intermediate treatment, 1947 October 7
Box   1
Envelope   211
Opening of the remodeled plant, undated
Box   1
Envelope   205
Water and light plant, showing new well, aerator, and reservoirs, 1933 May 27
Illinois-Fox River
Pollution study, 1929 August 9
Box   1
Envelope   213
A. Stream below Waukesha, above Station #2
Box   1
Envelope   213
B. Weedy conditions above Mukwonago
Box   1
Envelope   213
C. Dam just below Rochester
Box   1
Envelope   213
D. Above Burlington
Indianapolis
Box   1
Envelope   215
Plant inspection, undated
Interstate cooperative activities
Box   1
Envelope   212
Tri-state bathing waters study, showing South Side beach at Chicago and municipal water plant in the back, 1948 July
Box   1
Envelope   214
Meeting at Stoddard Hotel (La Crosse) of Minnesota, Wisconsin, and Iowa officials to arrange continuation of clean-up program of Mississippi River, 1948 November
Jackson
Box   1
Envelope   216
Rockfield Canning Co. silage juice lagoon, 1952 July 16
Box   1
Envelope   218
Jackson Canning Co. treatment plant, 1927 June 16
Box   1
Envelope   217
Septic tank cleaning, 1936 June 3
Janesville
Box   1
Envelope   219
Fluoridation, 1950
Sewerage, 1939 May
Box   1
Envelope   220
A. Sewage treatment house and clarifier
Box   1
Envelope   220
B. Digesters with gas holder, along the Rock River downstream from operating house
Box   1
Envelope   220
C. Construction of site in river channel
Jefferson Junction
Malt house waste treatment
1934 July
Box   1
Envelope   227
A. Waste outlet from Ladish-Stoppenbach Co., H. Ruf and E.J. Tully examining wastes
Box   1
Envelope   227
B. Ruf collecting samples, with grain deposits on the banks
1934 August
Box   1
Envelope   234
A. Completed filter unit at Laddish-Stoppenbach, with trickling filter showing construction and sampling cup
Box   1
Envelope   234
C. Filter base
Box   1
Envelope   234
D. Top of secondary tank and sampling box for filter unit effluent
1934 August
Box   3
Envelope   225
A. General view showing rotary distributor of experimental waste treatment plant
Box   3
Envelope   225
B. Construction of trickling filter floor
Box   3
Envelope   225
C. Construction of secondary settling tank
Box   3
Envelope   225
D. Plant ready for operation
Box   3
Envelope   225
E. Installing shaft for rotary distributor
Box   3
Envelope   225
F. Completed trickling filter
Box   3
Envelope   225
G. Rotary distributor
Box   3
Envelope   225
H. Secondary settling tank
1934 September
Box   1
Envelope   230
A. Completed experimental plant
Box   1
Envelope   230
B. Sampling device for influent and effluent
Box   1
Envelope   230
C-D. Secondary settling tank and effluent sampler
Box   1
Envelope   230
F-I. Experimental treatment plant, Ruf and Tully inspecting the dosing equipment
Box   1
Envelope   230
J. Experimental filter unit
Box   1
Envelope   230
K. Experimental plant before automatic syphon for dosing the filter was installed
Box   1
Envelope   230
L. Top of secondary settling tank
Box   1
Envelope   230
M. Secondary settling tank in use
Box   1
Envelope   232
Experimental plant, also showing trickling filter under freezing conditions, 1934 December 15
1934 December
Box   1
Envelope   228
A. Experimental treatment plant showing windbreak for winter
Box   1
Envelope   228
B. Ice accumulation along the filter
Note: No ice on the top, due to warm wastes.
Box   1
Envelope   228
C. Collection of composite samples during winter
Box   1
Envelope   228
D. General view of plant
Box   1
Envelope   228
E. Winter sampling conditions
Box   1
Envelope   228
F. Top of trickling filter during winter operations
Note: Note absence of ice at -7 Celsius.
1935 August
Box   1
Envelope   223
A. Screen unit of treatment system
Box   1
Envelope   223
B. Trickling filter wall construction
Box   1
Envelope   223
C. Secondary settling tank equipped with screw conveyor for sludge
1936 June
Box   1
Envelope   229
A. Sampler used before bio-filtration
Box   1
Envelope   229
B. Collecting trough at top of filter
Box   1
Envelope   224
1937 May
Box   1
Envelope   226
Ladish-Stoppenbach Co., 1937 August
Box   1
Envelope   222
Ladish-Stoppenbach Co., 1938 April 20
Box   1
Envelope   221
Laddish Malting, 1951 August
Junction City
Lagoons, 1957 March 7
Box   1
Envelope   233
A. First lagoon, Schraufnagel in background
Box   1
Envelope   233
B. Second lagoon, village in the distance
Box   1
Envelope   233
C. First lagoon
Box   1
Envelope   233
D. First lagoon with Schraufnagel looking for trout in open hole
Box   1
Envelope   233
E. First lagoon in foreground
Juneau
1948 August
Box   1
Envelope   235
A. New sewage plant at completion
Box   1
Envelope   235
B. Trickling filter and activated sludge unit for final treatment of the combined domestic and milk plant waste
Box   1
Envelope   234
General view of new plant, 1949 July
Kaukauna
Industrial waste, Thilmany Pulp and Paper Mill
Box   1
Envelope   238
Lime recovery system and clarifier, 1935 October
Box   1
Envelope   239
Weir and waste sampler, 1938 May
Sewage treatment
Box   1
Envelope   238
New chemical precipitation plant, with sludge incineration, 1938 May
Box   1
Envelope   241
Treatment plant, 1951 August
Box   1
Envelope   242
Water system, showing corroded casing from city well after 24 years of service, 1935 May 15
Kendall
Sewage treatment
Box   1
Envelope   243
Treatment plant with open filter for combined settled sewage and milk plant wastes and wire fence construction walls, 1935 August
Box   1
Envelope   244
Treatment plant showing dike to prevent flooding, undated
Kenosha
Box   1
Envelope   249
Bathing beach pollution, including view of sewer and bathers, 1933 July
Box   1
Envelope   248
Kenosha Brass and American Brass plants, 1942 November
Box   1
Envelope   247
Pleasant Homes subdivision, circa 1966
Water supply
Box   1
Envelope   245
Municipal filtration plant, 1933 August
Undated
Box   1
Envelope   246
A. Mixing facilities for coagulation of water
Box   1
Envelope   246
B. Sewer through breakwater north of bathing beach and waterworks plant
Keshena
Community sanitation, 1937 August
Box   1
Envelope   250
A. Trailer camp arranged for tin can convention tourists
Box   1
Envelope   250
B. Outdoor toilets erected by WPA
Box   1
Envelope   251
Stream survey at Keshena Falls, with Kanneberg, 1946 July 23
Kewaskum
Treatment plant after explosions, 1958 January 27
Box   3
Envelope   252
A. South side of plant
Box   3
Envelope   252
B. Looking west and north, concrete cover on sludge holding tank blown off
Box   3
Envelope   252
C. Looking south, wall and windows of plant near holding tank
Kiel
Box   1
Envelope   237
1951
Kimberly
Industrial wastes at Kimberly Clark
Box   1
Envelope   253
Construction of new white water system, 1927 July
Box   1
Envelope   254
Water purification plant, 1935 October
Box   1
Envelope   256
Paper mill and Fox River, with purification plant in the foreground, 1935 October
Box   1
Envelope   255
Sewage treatment plant, 1951 August
Knowlton
Box   1
Envelope   257
Knowlton Canning Co. and area to be used as lagoon for wastes
Kohler
Box   1
Envelope   258
Sewage plant, undated
Kraft Waste Committee
Box   1
Envelope   259
Committee with representatives of National Council on Stream Improvement of Pulp and Paper Industry and the Committee on Water Pollution, 1945 August 8
Note: Left to right: Pasco, Extrom (Tomahawk Kraft Paper), Charles Seaborne (Thilmany Paper), Richard Nugent (Nekossa-Edward), Carl Moe (Strange Paper, Stevens Point), Harry Gehm (national council), L.F. Warrick. Back row: M.L. Downs (Thilmany Paper), Lewis (Institute of Paper Chemistry), Gus Enderlaine, (Mosinee sulphate fiber), Adolph Kanneberg (Committee on Water Pollution), Willis Van Horn (Institute on Paper Chemistry).
La Crosse
Box   1
Envelope   260
Rendering plant, view from Mississippi River after it was closed to rendering of dead animals, undated
Note: Only meat scraps are being received at present.
Sewage treatment
Box   1
Envelope   263
General view of treatment plant on an island in the Mississippi River, showing control house and digestion tanks, 1939 April 26
Box   1
Envelope   262
Operators attending sewage work course at La Crosse, 1943 July 15-16
Box   1
Envelope   261
Laboratory at sewage treatment works, 1948 November 30
Box   1
Envelope   264
Water supply, children wading in a horse trough, 1935 August
La Crosse River
Box   3
Envelope   265
Survey, 1928
Ladysmith
Sewerage, 1948 August
Box   1
Envelope   268
A. New treatment plant, Flambeau River in the foreground
Box   1
Envelope   268
B. Construction of clarifier and digester units, with sludge beds at the left
Box   1
Envelope   268
C. Construction showing trickling filter in the background
Water supply
Box   1
Envelope   267
Various views of the site, showing privy, well site, 1957 February 4
Box   1
Envelope   266
Additional views, 1957 February 28
Lake, Town of (Milwaukee County)
Box   2
Envelope   377
Water tank construction, undated
Lake Delton
Algae nuisance, 1939 July
Box   1
Envelope   269
A. Boom across Dell Creek above Timme Bros. Mill, algae upstream from the boom
Box   1
Envelope   269
B. Algae so thick that it interferes with boating
Box   1
Envelope   269
C. Algae and floating weeds matted together, also Dr. Woodbury
Box   1
Envelope   269
D. Dell Creek during period of maximum accumulation
Box   1
Envelope   269
E. Dell creek above boom at Timme Bros. Mill
Lake Geneva
Box   1
Envelope   273
Dairy waste plant at Borden Milk Co., 1932 August 17
Box   1
Envelope   270
Sewage treatment plant, 1947 October 7
Box   1
Envelope   272
Sewage treatment plant , 1947 October 7 (continued)
Box   1
Envelope   271
Val-Lo-Will farm, 1951 August
Lake Mills
Lake Mills Cannery wastes, undated
Box   1
Envelope   275
A. Pipe line to broad irrigation disposal field
Box   1
Envelope   275
B. Screen and pump unit
Box   1
Envelope   275
C-D. Screening discharge facilities
Box   1
Envelope   275
E. Broad irrigation field
Box   1
Envelope   275
F. Silage juice sump
Box   1
Envelope   274
Municipal treatment plant, showing Imhoff tank with airlift for pumping sewage into the tank, 1928 July
Lake Wisconsin
Box   1
Envelope   289
Lake with water drawn down five feet below normal, undated
Lakeville, Minnesota
Box   1
Envelope   276
Creamery wastes, undated
Leadmine
Stream pollution, 1936 August
Box   1
Envelope   277
A. New Mullen Mine
Box   1
Envelope   277
B. Hwy 20 near Shullsburg where drainage from above the mine reaches branch of Fever River
Box   1
Envelope   277
C. Settling basin at Pacquette Mine
Box   1
Envelope   277
D. New basin at Pacquette Mine
Box   1
Envelope   277
E. Settling basin at DeRocher Mine
Lena
Box   1
Envelope   278
Sewage treatment work on a small stream, 1949 July
Linden
Box   1
Envelope   279
Water tower reconstruction, 1964 April 27
Little Chute
Sewage treatment
Box   1
Envelope   281
General view from bridge also showing landscape, 1938 May
Box   1
Envelope   280
1951 August
Livingston
Box   1
Envelope   282
United Milling and Mining Co. lagoon and ditch, 1945 June
Box   1
Envelope   283
Waterworks, undated
Lomira
Box   1
Envelope   285
Galloway West dairy waste shipping and receiving station showing biological filter in the foreground and arrangement of the filter, 1931 April 11
Box   1
Envelope   284
Municipal treatment plant with the trickling filter showing the results of overloading by cannery wastes
Loyal
Industrial wastes
Box   1
Envelope   288
General view of filter system for cheese factory washings, also showing winter operation, 1930 December
Box   1
Envelope   286
Canning plant and milk plant, 1930
Box   1
Envelope   287
Lakeshire Cheese Co. plant, showing scum on the secondary settling tank, 1932 July 13
Note: Note maggots on the side wall and cleaning of storage tank. Photographer: H. Ruf.
Box   3
Envelope   513
Water supply, wells #1A-C, 3, and 4 and new well site, 1965 January
Luck
Box   1
Envelope   290
Views from alley near main street before sewer construction, 1939 April
Madison
Box   1
Envelope   297
Brittingham Park sewage pumping station, showing federal relief project improvements, 1936 October 26
Burke sewage plant
Box   1
Envelope   298
Aerator for experimental run to permit treatment of domestic and packing plant wastes, 1934 January 10
Box   1
Envelope   292
1951 September
Box   1
Envelope   310
Dane County sewage disposal plant, showing construction of hopper bottoms of the Imhoff tank, and sprinkling filter, undated
Box   1
Envelope   323
Lakes Waubesa and Kegonsa, undated
Box   1
Envelope   320
Madison Hide and Rendering Co., showing bloated condition of hogs and discharge of wastes due to pump failure, 1937 September 27
Mosquito control, undated
Box   1
Envelope   316
A. Power spraying equipment
Box   1
Envelope   316
B. Pool south of Commercial Avenue
Box   1
Envelope   316
C-D. Spraying near Roth Street
Nine Springs treatment plant
Box   1
Envelope   308
Trickling filter and secondary settling tanks, 1928 August
Box   1
Envelope   309
Settling tanks, operating house, and collecting gas from Imhoff tank, 1930 June
Box   1
Envelope   299
Removal of gas collection hood from Imhoff tank, 1931 August
Box   3
Envelope   322
Addition under construction, 1936 March
Box   2
Envelope   395
Visit by Pan American engineers with staff of Bureau of Sanitary Engineers (State Board of Health), 1942 November 12-13
Box   1
Envelope   314
Clarifiers and sludge digestion tanks, also Mallory and John Mackin
Box   1
Envelope   312
New clarifiers and aeration tanks, control house, grease removal facilities, floating cover type sludge storage tanks, etc., undated
Box   1
Envelope   313A
Gas collecting hoods of Imhoff tanks, gas to be burned in operating house, undated
Packing plants
Box   1
Envelope   319
Capitol City packing plant wastes, showing discharge, operators, and Nine Springs Creek, 1926 June
Oscar Mayer
Box   1
Envelope   307
Tanks and digester, 1936 October
Box   1
Envelope   321
1937 September
Box   1
Envelope   318
Original sludge tanks at the right, 1937 October
Box   1
Envelope   294
Packing plant wastes, showing chemical precipitation plant, equalizing tank, and lagoons for sludge in the foreground, 1937 May 22
Pigs, West's hog farm
Box   1
Envelope   302
Garbage disposal and trucks used to haul garbage to farm, 1935 September
Box   1
Envelope   304
Additional views, 1928 May 9
Box   1
Envelope   303
Inspection by governor's team, showing dumping of city garbage, flies, dead animals, hogs feeding, 1927 June 13 and November 5
Box   1
Envelope   306
Rubbish disposal from State Office Building into Law Park, “dumping now halted,” 1942 July 29
Box   1
Envelope   315
Sewage plant operators school, 1938 April
Sewage treatment plant, 1944 September 4
Box   1
Envelope   295
A. Operator collecting samples for tests in Mallory control process for activated sludge
Box   1
Envelope   295
B. Close-up of sampling station
Box   1
Envelope   295
C. Operator conducting tests in laboratory
Box   1
Envelope   295
D. Operator making valve adjustments
Box   1
Envelope   295
E. Sludge blanket finder. Right to left, E.B. Mallory, A.W. West, and George Bernauer
Box   1
Envelope   293
Sewage treatment plant (color slides), undated
Box   1
Envelope   291
Tenney Park, 1934
Box   1
Envelope   300
Tenney Park, 1934 (continued)
Weed control
Bathing beaches and algae, 1941 July
Box   1
Envelope   301
A. Beach at the end of Hamilton St., showing algae
Box   1
Envelope   301
B. Same view from railroad signal tower
Box   1
Envelope   301
C-D. View from State Office Building showing algae accumulation
Box   1
Envelope   301
E-H. Beach at the end of Hamilton St.
Box   1
Envelope   317
Lake Monona, showing barge and pumping equipment, Domogalla demonstrating for State Committee on Chemical Treatment of Lakes and Streams, 1939 June 6
Lake Waubesa
Algae treatment, 1934 August
Box   1
Envelope   171
A. General view of Mud Lake below Lake Waubesa
Box   1
Envelope   171
B. Stream channel below Lake Waubesa after removal of weeds with decomposing algae
Box   1
Envelope   296
Showing motor boat sprayer, 1936 July
Note: Domogalla explains the operations to Kanneberg and Tulley.
Box   1
Envelope   313
Showing motor boat sprayer, 1936 July (continued)
Box   1
Envelope   306
Well drilling and construction (UW Experimental Farm?), 1938 June
Manitowish
Box   1
Envelope   324
Fish way at Rest Lake Dam, showing tipping bucket, undated
Manitowoc
Box   1
Envelope   325
New sewage treatment plant nearing completion, 1940 July 18
Note: Note construction crew placing brick facing on the digester in foreground.
Box   1
Envelope   326
Wells #1-3, 1930 June
Marinette
Box   1
Envelope   329
Bathing beach, undated
Sewage treatment
1937 June
Box   1
Envelope   328
A. Construction of clarifier units, Kanneberg inspecting the plant
Box   1
Envelope   328
B. Old mill powerhouse used as operating house for disposal plant
Box   1
Envelope   328
C-D. New manhole on intercepting sewer that diverts sewage to new plant
Box   1
Envelope   328
E. Digester unit
Box   1
Envelope   328
F. General view with clarifier in the foreground, operating house and digesters in the back
Box   1
Envelope   330
1939 April
Stream survey, 1937 January
Box   1
Envelope   327
A. View from bay northeast of Marinette
Box   1
Envelope   327
B. Yacht basin at Menominee, sampling site for survey
Marion
Box   1
Envelope   331
Marion bathing beach, undated
Markesan industrial wastes
Box   1
Envelope   332
Bottom lands along Grand River proposed as site for lagooning wastes of River View Canning, 1945 May
Box   1
Envelope   333
New lagoon for River View Canning Co., which parallels Grand River, 1946 July 22
Marshfield
Box   2
Envelope   340
Silo erected at the Marshfield Canning Co. to correct odor nuisances, 1929 June 8
Sewage
Box   2
Envelope   339
Experimental high rate filters, undated
Box   2
Envelope   341
Treatment plant, showing landscaping, 1930 September
Box   2
Envelope   336
Trickling filter, 1947 January-February
Box   1
Envelope   324
1948 Spring
Box   2
Envelope   337
circa 1948 June
Box   2
Envelope   338
New treatment plant under construction, 1948 August
Box   2
Envelope   342
General views and trickling filter showing ineffective dosing due to insufficient head, undated
Box   2
Envelope   343
Trickling filter in winter, sludge recirculation equipment
Box   3
Envelope   335
Teepee burner, undated
Medford
Box   2
Envelope   346
Cannery wastes showing experiments with zinc chloride, 1939 July 17
Box   3
Envelope   345
Chemical precipitation at Medford Canning Co., 1931 August 16
Sewage treatment
Box   2
Envelope   344
General view and close-up of clarifier, 1945
Box   3
Envelope   345
Sewage treatment plant, undated
Mellen
Box   2
Envelope   347
Water supply showing dam and storage reservoir, 1931 August 15
Menasha
Note: See also Neenah-Menasha.
Box   2
Envelope   349
New strawboard mill, the wastes from which enter the Upper Fox, 1927 August
Stream survey, 1934 January 17
Box   2
Envelope   348
A. East bay of Little Lake Butte des Mortes along Lower Fox
Box   2
Envelope   348
B-D. Collecting samples through ice at Station 3a-c, Wisconsin Tissue mill in the background
Box   2
Envelope   348
E. Ice shanties, most beyond the zone of heavy sludge deposits
Box   2
Envelope   348
F. Collecting DO sample at Station #3b
Mendota
DDT spraying, 1945 October
Box   2
Envelope   350
A. Captain Lyman spraying DDT in asylum dairy barn
Box   2
Envelope   350
B. Spraying team from US Public Health Service, with Captain Engler, Mr. Park at DDT school
Menominee
Sewage treatment
Box   2
Envelope   428
New plant for North Menominee area with Red Cedar River in the back, 1936 November 8
Box   2
Envelope   427
Operating house and digester of North Menomonie unit, 1948 October
Menomonee Falls
Sewerage treatment
Box   2
Envelope   352
Treatment plant construction, William Cramer in the foreground, 1934 September 13
Box   2
Envelope   351
Activated sludge pipe sewage treatment plant and aerators, 1938 June 17
Box   2
Envelope   354
Treatment plant and aeration units in operation, 1938 June
Box   2
Envelope   353
Treatment plant, undated
Box   2
Envelope   355
Treatment plant, undated (continued)
Menomonee River
Survey
Sampling point above Marinette
Box   2
Envelope   356
A. Pulp and paper mills in the background
Box   2
Envelope   356
B. Kimberly-Clark mills at Niagara
Note: Foam is due to cleaning of white water settling tanks and sulphite waste liquor.
Box   2
Envelope   356
C. Interstate bridge over the Menominee River near Marek, a sampling point of the survey
Box   2
Envelope   357
Paper mills and falls at Niagara, 1929 July 1
Mequon
Box   2
Envelope   358
Swimming pool, 1938 July
Mercer
Box   3
Envelope   359
1968 February 13
Merrimac
Sanitary survey, 1941 November 13
Box   2
Envelope   360-362
A-F. General views of the bluffs
Box   2
Envelope   360-362
G. Railroad bridge at Merrimac
Box   2
Envelope   360-362
H-I. Merrimac
Box   2
Envelope   360-362
J. Soil conditions
Box   2
Envelope   360-362
K. Sewage disposal facilities at Lodi
Merton
Box   2
Envelope   364
Sealtite Manufacturing Co., showing rockwood on the ground, roof, etc., 1945 February
Middleton
Box   1
Envelope   305
Sewage disposal project, showing views of temporary site, weed growth in marsh, and drainage ditches, 1930 April 2
Box   2
Envelope   365
Temporary treatment works pending completion of intercepting sewer of Madison district, 1930
Box   2
Envelope   366
Milk sanitation views, 1944 June
Milwaukee
Garbage disposal at institutions
1936 September
Box   2
Envelope   374
A. Piggery and new PWA refuse incinerator
Box   2
Envelope   374
B. Refuse incinerator for county institution
Box   2
Envelope   374
C-D. Pigs feeding on concrete platform with incineration for non-edible refuse
Box   2
Envelope   374
E-F. Garbage grinder in sink
1938 April
Box   2
Envelope   372
A. Refuse burner at Soldiers Hospital
Box   2
Envelope   372
B. Home-made refuse incinerator at Veterans Hospital
Box   2
Envelope   373
Waste at slaughterhouse and packing district in downtown area
Sewage treatment
1934 September 13
Box   2
Envelope   376
A. Mixed liquor channel of original plant during construction of new units
Box   2
Envelope   376
B. Aeration channel to convey mixed liquor to new units
Box   2
Envelope   376
C. New aerator units of the spiral flow type at Jones Island treatment plant
Box   2
Envelope   376
D. New clarifier units of the tow-brow type
Box   2
Envelope   376
E. Cleaning original town-brow clarifier tank
Jones Island plant
Box   2
Envelope   375
1936 April
Box   2
Envelope   371
Grit removal chambers and clarifiers of addition to the activated sludge plant, and view of conditions, 1938 February 24
Box   2
Envelope   367
1948 October
Box   2
Envelope   369
1948 December
Box   2
Envelope   370
Menominee River looking upstream, showing golf course downstream from suggested effluent discharge point for war industry plant, 1943 July 25
Box   2
Envelope   368
Treatment works screen house and power plant with administration building at right, also showing sludge drying and fertilizer portion of plant, 1947 June
Water supply
1934 September 12
Box   2
Envelope   387
A-B. People obtaining spring water when city supply was unsafe
Box   2
Envelope   387
C. PWA construction of breakwater for new plant
1934 September 13
Box   2
Envelope   388
A. New plant site, construction of breakwater
Box   2
Envelope   388
B-C. People carrying spring water
Box   2
Envelope   390
Construction of filtration plant, showing break-water construction and small amount of infiltration from the lake, 1935 May
Box   2
Envelope   386
Construction of new filtration plant, 1936 April
Box   2
Envelope   384
Construction of new filtration plant, 1937 September
Box   2
Envelope   383
Construction, 1937 November
Box   2
Envelope   378
Construction nearing completion, 1938 July
Box   2
Envelope   380
New water softening plant and city hall, 1940 February
Box   2
Envelope   389
New filtration plant along Lake Michigan shore, 1941 June
Box   2
Envelope   377
Water purification plant, undated
Box   2
Envelope   379
Water purification plant, undated (continued)
Box   2
Envelope   385
Waterworks laboratory during taste and odor tests showing Norton Thomas and Mrs. Wegner, undated
Gastroenteritis investigation
Box   2
Envelope   382
Lake Michigan from breakwater, construction of filtration plant, and storage reservoir near Soldiers Home, 1938 February
Box   2
Envelope   381
Harnishfeger Corp. where survey was made for outbreak, power house at the center and reservoir at the right, 1938 April
Note: Company normally supplied by water from deep well and Milwaukee system during summer.
Mineral Point
Box   2
Envelope   391
Stream pollution where mine car spilled acid, 1926 June
Minocqua
Sewage treatment
Box   2
Envelope   391A
New treatment plant showing trickling filter, clarifiers, and secondary tanks, 1935 September
Box   2
Envelope   393
New treatment plant showing trickling filter, clarifiers, and secondary tanks, 1935 September (continued)
Box   3
Envelope   392
1968 February 14
Miscellaneous
Box   2
Envelope   397
C.M. Baker - personal
Box   2
Envelope   394
Environmental sanitation office, 1951
Box   2
Envelope   396
State Board of Health in session in State Office Building, 1941 July 12
Mishicot
Wastes from Western Condensing Co.
Box   2
Envelope   398
General view, whey trucks unloading at whey dehydrating plant, and washings discharging into Twin River below dam, 1945 June 30
Box   2
Envelope   399
Trickling filter, 1946 Winter
Mississippi River
Clean up
1931 April 24
Box   2
Envelope   401
Inspections in the Hastings area and view of Lake Pepin
Box   2
Envelope   402
Prescott, South St. Paul, and Newport, with committee of Wisconsin and Minnesota legislatures, U.S. Engineers, and state officials making survey between twin cities and Prescott
Industrial waste, 1933 May 29
Box   2
Envelope   403
A-B. Armour plant, South St. Paul
Box   2
Envelope   403
C. Cudahy plant, Newport
Box   2
Envelope   403
D. Armour outlets
Box   2
Envelope   400
Alma dam, 1936 September
Box   2
Envelope   404
Ceremonies at formal opening of Twin Cities plant, 1938 May
Monroe
Box   2
Envelope   406
Swimming pool and wading pool, a CWA project, 1934 May 31
Sewage treatment
1931 August
Box   2
Envelope   405
A. Control house, settling tank and sludge digestion tank of new plant
Box   2
Envelope   405
B-C. Simplex aerators
Box   2
Envelope   405
D. Gas collection facilities of Downes floating cover type
1934 May 31
Box   2
Envelope   407
A. General view
Box   2
Envelope   407
B-C. Experimental aerator, DO sampling equipment
Box   2
Envelope   407
D. General view
Box   2
Envelope   407
Simplex aerators with Prof. Kessler, Wandfluh, and students
Mosinee
Wastes at Mosineee Pulp and Paper Co.
Box   2
Envelope   410
General view, with recovered lime wastes in the foreground, 1929 June 8
Box   2
Envelope   409
Lime sludge lagoon showing workmen and farmers removing lime for fertilizer, 1937 October 28
Box   2
Envelope   411
General view of lime sludge lagoon and farmers removing lime sludge for fertilizer, 1937 October
Box   2
Envelope   408
General showing lime sludge lagoon used in caustic operations in the foreground, undated
Mukwanago
Box   2
Envelope   412
Fluoridation, 1949
Neenah-Menasha
Note: See also Menasha.
Box   2
Envelope   416
Neenah pool, bath house, and Lake Winnebago in the background, 1946 June 8
Sewage operators school, 1943 May 27-29
Box   2
Envelope   414-415
A. Operators school
Box   2
Envelope   414-415
B. Neenah-Menasha treatment works
Box   2
Envelope   414-415
C. Clarifiers and sludge holding tanks
Box   2
Envelope   414-415
D. Plant with flocculator in the foreground
Box   2
Envelope   413
Water filtration and softening plant, 1946 June 8
Nekoosa
Industrial waste
Box   2
Envelope   417
Lime sludge lagoon at Nepco Paper Co.
Box   2
Envelope   418
Lime sludge lagoon of Nekoosa-Edwards Paper Co. near Wisconsin River, also showing lagooning of sulphite wastes, undated
Box   2
Envelope   419
Proposed location for water well, 1948 May 3
Neopit
Box   2
Envelope   420
Lake used as log pond for the lumber mill in the background with Adolph Kanneberg in the foreground, 1946 July 23
Reservation water supply, 1933 May 3
Box   2
Envelope   421-422
A. General view of village from water tower
Box   2
Envelope   421-422
B. Lake from which water supply is obtained, log pond of mill in the foreground
Box   2
Envelope   421-422
C-D. Water purification plant views
Box   2
Envelope   421-422
E. Raw water pumps
Box   2
Envelope   421-422
F. Chemical feeders and mechanical agitation equipment
Box   2
Envelope   421-422
G. Filters and chlorinating equipment
Box   2
Envelope   421-422
H. Piping in the filter gallery and wash water pump
Box   2
Envelope   421-422
I. Pumps discharging filtered water into distribution system
New Holstein
Cannery and sewage waste treatment, undated
Box   2
Envelope   425
A. Silo and creek polluted by silage juice
Box   2
Envelope   425
B-C. Municipal sewage disposal plant
Box   2
Envelope   424
Sewage plant and access road, 1951 January 9
Box   3
Envelope   423
Sewage, undated
New Richmond
Box   2
Envelope   426
Cannery waste treatment, undated
Norwalk
Box   2
Envelope   429
Norwalk municipal sewage treatment plant, 1947 June
Oconomowoc
Cannery wastes
Box   2
Envelope   434
Dry feeder installation for lime and iron at local pea cannery, 1926 July 7
Box   2
Envelope   433
Continuous flow type of treatment plant at Oconomowoc Canning Co., 1928 July
Note: Peter Wench and Allan Colburn are in front.
Box   2
Envelope   432
Plant operator removing peas from tank, showing failure of screen unit to function properly, undated
Box   2
Envelope   430
Pabst Farm being considered for new Industrial School for Girls, undated
Box   2
Envelope   431
Sewerage school, 1943 July 29
Oconto Dam
Box   2
Envelope   435
1931 April
Oconto Falls
Box   2
Envelope   436
Industrial wastes, 1929 August
Stream survey, 1927 August
Box   2
Envelope   437
A. Paper mill, the wastes of which empty into river
Box   2
Envelope   437
B. Falls and dam nine miles below Oconto Falls
Box   2
Envelope   437
C. Prof. Turner fishing five miles above Oconto Falls
Box   2
Envelope   437
D. Dam at Oconto Falls and river full of pulp wood
Odanah
Box   2
Envelope   438
Bad River in flood, 1938 March
Ogema
Box   2
Envelope   439
Ogema Creamery showing waste tank for wastes to be trucked away, 1934 August 14
Note: Washings are discharged into pond at the rear and rotary filter has been called for in recent report.
Omro
Box   2
Envelope   440
Sewage treatment plant, 1951 September
Oostburg
Sewage treatment
Box   2
Envelope   441
General view of two-step trickling filter installation, 1939 August
1941 July 10
Box   2
Envelope   442
A-B. General view of treatment works
Box   2
Envelope   442
C. High rate filter unit used for milk, cannery and slaughtering wastes
Box   2
Envelope   442
D-E. Two stage high rate filter with sludge drying bed in the foreground
Oregon
Sewage treatment work, 1946 April 29
Box   2
Envelope   443
A-B. Treatment works showing operating house in foreground, clarifiers and trickling filter with digester in back
Box   2
Envelope   443
C. Operating house and primary clarifier
Oshkosh
Box   2
Envelope   451
Drainage views, 1945 May 17
Box   2
Envelope   444
Garbage disposal incinerator, 1934 January 16
Pollution survey
1934 January 16
Box   2
Envelope   447-448
A-B. Sampling stations #1 and 2
Box   2
Envelope   447-448
C. Station #3
Box   2
Envelope   447-448
D. Main Street bridge with river open although freezing has prevailed for considerable period
Box   2
Envelope   447-448
E. Sampling Station #4 at mouth of river
Box   2
Envelope   447-448
F. Waterworks and Menominee Park beach with Station #5 in back
Box   2
Envelope   447-448
G-H. Ice harvesting near Station #6
Box   2
Envelope   447-448
I. Sewer outlet at 24th Street near ice house
Box   2
Envelope   447-448
K. C&NW bridge
1934 July-September
Box   2
Envelope   450
A. Menominee Park beach, 1934 July 5
Box   2
Envelope   450
B-C. Swimming in Fox River between West Algoma Street and Wisconsin Avenue, 1934 August 8
Box   2
Envelope   450
D-E. Swimming in Lake Winnebago, 1934 August 9
Box   2
Envelope   450
F-G. View near Rahr Brewery showing floating hops, 1934 August 24
Box   2
Envelope   450
H-I. Line of sleek off lighthouse point, 1934 September 7
Box   2
Envelope   450
J-K. Beach at Lake Bette des Mortes
Sewage treatment
Box   2
Envelope   446
Construction of chemical precipitation plant showing clarifier and grit removal tank, 1937 June
Box   2
Envelope   445
Flocculator to be used with chemical treatment to increase efficiency of solids removal and two clarifiers, 1949 August
Box   2
Envelope   449
Yacht basin site treated with sodium arsenite to control weeds, 1945 July 7
Owen
Box   2
Envelope   453
Flow measuring equipment at Western Condensing Co., 1948 May-June
Box   2
Envelope   454
Owen Canning Co. well and pump house being considered for purchase by city, 1957 March 20
Palmyra
Pet Milk Co. wastes
Box   2
Envelope   456
General and close-up views of plant, 1936 October
Box   2
Envelope   457
General and close-up views, 1940 February
Box   2
Envelope   455
Wastes before and after treatment by trickling filter, undated
Pardeeville
Box   2
Envelope   459
General view and screen unit of the Pardeeville Canning Co., 1926 August
Box   2
Envelope   458
Viner station of Pardeeville Canning Co., showing viner juices leaching into soil in the foreground, and sewer screen used to remove peas, undated
Park Falls
Flambeau Paper Co.
Box   2
Envelope   471
Proposed site for settling pond and aerating dam, 1926 July 16
1928 August
Box   2
Envelope   464
A. Apparatus used to determine fibrous content of white waste wastes in Flambeau lab
Box   2
Envelope   464
B. Sulphire waste liquor pond
Box   2
Envelope   464
C-E. Weir box at the outlet of sewer
Box   2
Envelope   472
Dissolved oxygen test kit, settling pond, and Cascade Dam, undated
Note: Foam on surface of dam indicates organic matter present in the waste.
Sulphite waste liquor
Box   2
Envelope   468
Experiments in settling and aeration showing original dam and reconstruction, 1926 September 13-15
Box   3
Envelope   461
Settling pond and cascade dam to reduce oxygen demand of objectionable industrial waste, undated
Box   2
Envelope   463
Bathing beach, 1939 July
Stream pollution
Box   2
Envelope   465
View of stream flow aeration unit in operation below Pixley dam on Flambeau River, 1943
Note: Basket containing 75 carborundum diffuser plates are lowered into tail race and supplied with air from a compressor in the power plant. Diffused air bubbling upward replenishes oxygen caused by discharge of sulfite waste liquor and other mill effluents.
Box   2
Envelope   470
General view of Middle Dam below Park Falls, Pixley Dam, and Crowley Dam, across Trempealeau River eight miles from Park Falls, 1943 June 1
Box   2
Envelope   462
Views taken during investigation, 1925 November 10-13
Box   2
Envelope   460
Middle dam on Flambeau River sampling point, 1936 August
1944 June-September
Box   2
Envelope   466
A. View of continuous sampler at Crowley Dam
Box   2
Envelope   466
B-C. Sampler showing construction details
Box   2
Envelope   466
D-G. Testing power house equipment at Crowley Dam
Box   2
Envelope   467
General view of aeration stream flow below Pixley Dam, 1946 July
Sewerage treatment plant, 1939 July 16-17
Box   2
Envelope   469
A. General view
Box   2
Envelope   469
B. Mechanical aerator shown before filling tank
Box   2
Envelope   469
C. Effluent weirs of secondary tank
Box   2
Envelope   469
D. Outlet weir for primary tank showing clarifier
Box   2
Envelope   469
E. Automatic screen cleaning equipment
Box   2
Envelope   469
F. Close-up of bar screen, mechanical gate, and bucket scraper for screen
Water supply
Box   2
Envelope   474
View of Jefferson School site for new well, 1934 August 15
1935 September
Box   2
Envelope   473
A. Possible site for new well
Box   2
Envelope   473
B. Farm showing barns, privies on land above site
Box   2
Envelope   473
C. Final site, with well digging rig at left
Box   2
Envelope   425
Undated
Pepin
Box   2
Envelope   476
Sewage treatment plant construction, 1948 June 6
Peshtigo
Industrial wastes, 1939 April
Box   2
Envelope   477
A. Badger Paper Mills (Pulp Division) and Pestigo River
Box   2
Envelope   477
B. View from railroad bridge below dam at Peshtigo
Note: Note pulp mill wastes entering stream.
River survey sampling point, 1927 August
Box   2
Envelope   478
A. Headwaters of Wolf River
Box   2
Envelope   478
B. Pulp mill waste outlet
Note: Wastes coat bank for several miles downstream with slimy fibrous mat.
Pewaukee
Box   2
Envelope   479-480
Sewage treatment plant showing flooded sand filters, 1949
Phillips
Box   2
Envelope   481
Beach site selected for WPA project, 1936 August
Platteville
Box   2
Envelope   486
Bath house and pool being cleaned and reported for 1935 season, 1935 June 7
Arthur Cooperative Creamery, 1935 June 6-7
Box   2
Envelope   487
A Milk waste treatment system
Box   2
Envelope   487
B. Close-up
Box   2
Envelope   487
C. Trickling filter unit
Box   2
Envelope   487
D. Pump house and filter unit
Box   2
Envelope   487
E. Glen Turk and president of the Cooperative Creamery
Sewage treatment
Box   2
Envelope   482
New treatment plant of the separate sludge digestion type, 1931 August
Box   2
Envelope   484
Plant showing new secondary settling tank and sprinkling filter with motor driven rotary distributor, 1935 April 30
Box   2
Envelope   483
General view showing secondary settling tank in foreground and trickling filter with new type of distributor, 1936 May
Box   2
Envelope   484A
Views, undated
Box   2
Envelope   485
Digester, undated
Plymouth
Box   2
Envelope   488
Plymouth Canning Co. fill-and-draw treatment plant, 1934 September 11
Box   2
Envelope   490
Plymouth Canning Co. fill-and-draw treatment plant, 1934 September 11 (continued)
Box   2
Envelope   489
Stokely Foods plant, showing Mr. Canham and experimental aeration unit, 1952 July 17
Port Edwards
Box   2
Envelope   495
Sewage treatment plant completed as part of Wisconsin River clean-up, 1959 July 13
Portage
Box   2
Envelope   493
Silver Lake Beach shortly before opening, 1934 August 13
Box   2
Envelope   494
Federal canal locks and weeds, 1929 July 29
Box   2
Envelope   491-492
Foaming Imhoff tank, 1936 April 20 and undated
Water
Box   2
Envelope   500
Purification plant showing lagoon and park area, 1937
Box   2
Envelope   497
New well, 1949 January
Box   2
Envelope   499
NaF solution make-up, 1951
Box   2
Envelope   498
Well #1, 1959
Poynette
Poynette Cannery Co.
Box   2
Envelope   507
1926 April 22
Box   2
Envelope   503
Sludge bed, 1926 July 30
1926 June-July
Box   2
Envelope   502
A. Scott pea grader
Box   2
Envelope   502
B. Mr. J.C. Smith inspecting plant with J.P. Smith
Box   2
Envelope   502
C. Orifice feed device
Box   2
Envelope   502
D. Anderson-Barngrown cooker and can fillers
Box   2
Envelope   502
E. Disposal plant during construction
Box   2
Envelope   502
F. Weir installation under blancher
Box   2
Envelope   502
G. Lath filter
Box   2
Envelope   502
H. Layout of feeders for chemical, screen, and motor house
Box   2
Envelope   504
Miscellaneous views near cannery and treatment plant, 1926 July
Box   2
Envelope   508
Miscellaneous views near cannery and treatment plant, 1926 July (continued)
Box   2
Envelope   505
General view of modified chemical precipitation system and shaker screen unit with lagoon in the back, undated
Note: Kanneberg and Schneberger, of the Water Pollution Committee, are inspecting.
Box   2
Envelope   509
Poynette-Oconomowoc Canning Co., waste treatment lagoon, undated
Prairie du Sac
Box   2
Envelope   510
Swimming pool adjoining high school, 1936 July
Prentice
Box   2
Envelope   511
Sewage treatment plant constructed as WPA project, 1943 June 2
Unidentified locations
Box   2
Envelope   514
Unidentified building
Box   2
Envelope   515
Unidentified water testing
Box   2
Envelope   497
Unidentified well (perhaps Portage)
Box   2
Envelope   501
Unidentified
Box   2
Envelope   506
Unidentified
Box   2
Envelope   108
University of Wisconsin laboratory during chemical precipitation experiments on pea canning wastes, 1926 March
Box   2
Envelope   512
Wisconsin Public Health Association meeting, 1950 September