USA, photo postcard of Main Street, Hudson Wisconsin c.1920s

$25.00 CAD

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Nice view down Main Street of Hudson WI. Cars parked on both sides of road. On left side, signs ‘CHIROPRACTIC’, ‘Attorney at Law’, barber pole, ‘DRUGS Sodas’, ‘MOTEL’… On right side ‘HOTEL Grill’…

Written on negative ‘MAIN STREET   HUDSON WIS.   P-1116

Based on ‘DOPS’ photographic paper, dates from 1925-1942.


Paper bit curved. Light toning on back.

(Red text is an electronic watermark that is not physically part of the photo for sale)


Hudson is a city in St. Croix County, Wisconsin.

A large number of settlers arrived in the 1850s and 1860s, many of whom were ancestors of today's residents. The lumber industry was the prime attraction of the area, and over time sawmills were established throughout the St. Croix Valley.

The Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapolis and Omaha Railway was formed in 1881 from other railroads building between the Twin Cities and Chicago. The shops and headquarters of the Omaha Road were located in Hudson. This route is now part of the Union Pacific Railroad.