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Ladysmith is the town where Catherine Bibelhausen Kurz and her children Josephine, Henry and Vincent settled in the early 1900's.
The Kurz Brothers Grocery and Meats was established in 1912 and the property remained in the family as of 2002.
Other related families living in Ladysmith at times were Bibelhausen and Oppemberg (Optenberg).

Please click on the photos below to see a larger view.

Log jam c: 1900 Flambeau River near Ladysmith

Village along the log filled river

Paper Mill 1908

Ladysmith Train Station 1908

Business district

Ben. E Lee Store & Mundson Photographic Studio 

Rice Lake & Foricox
Fireman's Tournament Ladysmith, Wis.
June 23, 24 & 25, 1909
Fireman's Drill Team


Log hauling in the cold of late January 1910
near Ladysmith

State Bank robbery scene

Old Flambeau River Bridge into Ladysmith

Dirt streets and oxen

The hospital at Ladysmith

West 2nd Street North

Miner Avenue looking west 1914

Road construction crew, Ladysmith 1915

Kurz Brothers 
Meats & Groceries
107 East Miner Avenue

Bank building 1915 

Park Falls along the Flambeau River near Ladysmith 1915

Miner Avenue

Flambeau River Bridge
Highway 8
c: 1922

Miner Avenue
c: 1925

Our Lady Of Sorrows

Public Library & Congregational Church

Joel McCrea is movie headliner on east Miner Avenue, 1940's

Ladysmith birdseye view c: 1950

Miner Avenue

Miner Avenue
c: 1976

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