Old Mill at Chippewa Falls. Now Glen Loch Dam in Irvine Park. This photograph was taken by William Webber on August 8, 1915 for International Harvester's Agricultural Extension Department. Courtesy of the Wisconsin Historical Society.

Old Mill at Chippewa Falls. Now Glen Loch Dam in Irvine Park. This photograph was taken by William Webber on August 8, 1915 for International Harvester's Agricultural Extension Department. Courtesy of the Wisconsin Historical Society.

Glen and Star's Mill circa 1900. Located at the now Glen Loch Dam in Irvine Park.  Courtesy of the Wisconsin Historical Society.

Glen and Star's Mill circa 1900. Located at the now Glen Loch Dam in Irvine Park. Courtesy of the Wisconsin Historical Society.

Glen Loch Dam in Irvine Park. Exact year unknown. Between 1889-1916 according to collector. Courtesy of the Wisconsin Historical Society.

Glen Loch Dam in Irvine Park. Exact year unknown. Between 1889-1916 according to collector. Courtesy of the Wisconsin Historical Society.

Stanley Lumber Company Offices in Chippewa Falls. Circa 1903. Courtesy of  the Wisconsin Historical Society.

Stanley Lumber Company Offices in Chippewa Falls. Circa 1903. Courtesy of the Wisconsin Historical Society.

Sample Pine Log in Irvine Park, 1908. Still on display today.  Courtesy of the Wisconsin Historical Society.

Sample Pine Log in Irvine Park, 1908. Still on display today. Courtesy of the Wisconsin Historical Society.

Edward Rutledge Charity circa 1926.There is a sign for the tourist camp and Irvine Park on the lamppost. Courtesy of the Wisconsin Historical Society.

Edward Rutledge Charity circa 1926.There is a sign for the tourist camp and Irvine Park on the lamppost. Courtesy of the Wisconsin Historical Society.

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