The following videos on A HISTORY OF CENTRAL WISCONSIN are available upon request on DVD.
The cost of the following DVDs are $20 each (tax included).
All of the DVDs may be purchased as a set (30 DVDs) for $495 (tax included).
- (A) How it Was – Wisconsin Rapids 1930 (1965)
- (B) The East Side Part One (1972)
- (C) The West Side (1973)
- (D) The East Side Part Two (1974)
- (E) The Railroads & Industry (1975)
- (F) Tom Taylor’s Days (1976)
- (G) After the War Part One – The West Side (1998)
- (H) After the War Part Two – The East Side (1999)
- (I) After the War Part Three – Our Recent Past (2000)
- (J) From Lumber to paper – The Nekoosa Port Edwards Story (2000)
- (K) History By Request – Volume One (2001)
- (L) History By Request – Volume Two (2002)
- (M) A Conversation with John Billings (2003)
- (N) History By Request – Volume Three (2003)
- (O) A Walk with John Billings (2004)
- (P) History By Request – Volume Four (2004)
- (Q) History By Request – Volume Five ~ Our Industrial Past (2005)
- (R) Our Picture Postcard Past – Part One (2006)
- (S) Once Upon a Truck (2007)
- (T) Our Picture Postcard Past – Part Two (2007)
- (U) Wisconsin Rapids – A Bird’s Eye View (2008)
- (V) The Paper Village (2009)
- (W) Legacy (2010)
- (X) The Good Old Days (2011)
- (Y) How We’ve Changed (2011)
- (Z) Once Upon a Time (2012)
- (A-2) This Was the Wisconsin / (B-2) The Arpin House (2014)
- (C-2) Times to Remember (2013)
- (D-2) Remember When (2014)
- (E-2) The History of Wisconsin Rapids The Last Page (2016)
For additional information, contact Paul Gross at 715-421-0446
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I am inquiring about old photos/articles of a few trucking companies that were from Wisconsin Rapids and Marshfield. They were CW Transport and Gross Common Carriers of Wisconsin Rapids – both went out of business in the 1980’s.
Also Glendenning, which I believe was from Marshfield, also out of business.
Anything you have would be appreciated.
DVD that has the most photos of the sixties
Hello Dennis! While none of the DVDs are solely focused on the 1960s, “A Bird’s Eye View” has aerial views of Wisconsin Rapids in the 1950s and 1960s.