Although only around six years apart, the two public gatherings on Wausau's Third Street shown in these postcards reveal the changing attitudes towards German-Americans in the 1910s.
Valentine's Day is coming soon. You'll want to make reservations now for an afternoon with friends and family at one of our annual Valentine teas!
Make it a special afternoon with your favorite child(ren)! Celebrate at our Mother & Child Tea Party on February 16.
Our 20th annual Valentine Tea lands right on February 14, and we're decorating with a 1920s flair! Make plans to join friends for this elegant afternoon!
Why do so many people in Marathon County have German ancestry? Join DuWayne Zamzow in Marathon for an exploration of this question.
Gary Gisselman will look at notable locations just oustide the city center in the next installment of History Speaks at the Woodson History Center.
A childhood collection of books from the 1930s and '40s recently was donated to the Historical Society. What were you reading as a child?
A special donation returned antique light fixtures to Wausau.
In 1979, Ed Schoenberger constructed his public art installation, "The Pinery," which led to vigorous discussion and debate.