Taylor compiled an index to the Pictorial Volume (Volume One). The editor has expanded that index and linked the entries to the pages containing the items. There are listings for Individual Houses, Individual Portraits and Group Portraits at the end of the Subject Index.
Aerial Views: (see also Bird's Eye Views): [Downtown Wisconsin Rapids]; [Dam and Spillway]; [River and Bridge]; [Lincoln High School]; Camp of 15th Observation Squadron; Squadron Officers [15th Observation Squadron]
Automobiles: Hirzy Auto
Bands: [Marching Band]; Marching Bands [contest]; Twin Cities Band - Grant White; I O O F Band; Bliss Band; Twin City Band - E. Lambert; American Legion Drum Corps; [Parade]; American Legion Drum & Bugle Corps, Inc; [Marching Band - Cranberry Festival]; [Marching Band]; Color! High School Band Players at State Music Festival Have It
Bird's Eye Views (see also Aerial Views): Bird's Eye View; Looking East from Witter House 1905; Looking west from Wood Block; Bird's Eye View of the City of Grand Rapids Wood Co. Wis; From Howe School 1933; Bird's Eye View of Grand Rapids1902;
Churches: Immanuel Lutheran Church; First Congregational Church; Catholic Church; Priests; SS. Peter and Paul; Notre Dame Convent; St. John's Episcopal Parish; First Moravian; Christian Science; St. John's Evangelical; M.E. Church; Methodist Church; Evangelical Lutheran Zion; Baptist Church; St. Lawrence Church and School; St. Lawrence Parsonage; St. Paul Lutheran Church; Trinity Moravian; Seventh Day Adventist; Deceased Parishioners; Members of the Congregation since 1857;
Consolidated Papers Inc (Consolidated Water Power and Paper): Consolidated Office; Interlake Mill; [Consolidated]; [Consolidated Spillway and Dam 1938]; [Consolidated Foundation]; [Hydro Plant]; [Mill 9-20-37]; [Hydro Plant]; [Mill]
Eau Pleine Reservoir: State of Wisconsin Showing Proposed Power developments in the Wisconsin River Valley; Proposed Storage Reservoir in Big and Little Eau Pleine River Valleys. May 1, 1933; [Sheeps - Root]; [Eau Pleine Construction]; [Oshkosh Hauler]; [Dam Construction]; [Open Spillway]
Fishing: Forenoon at 'Camp Biron'
Funerals: First Military Funeral
Golf: Bulls-Eye Club
Hunting: [Deer camp]
Maps: Map of Railroad Survey
Montgomery Wards (see Nash Hardware Block)
Native Americans: Canoe Building at Pappers Island; [Scaring Crows]; [Longhouse]; A Winnebago Village; [Arrowheads]; Ojibwa Indian Women Gathering Wild Rice; [Snowshoes]; Treaty with the Menominee 1836; Landing of Nicolet; Index - Whitney
Nekoosa Mill: Nekoosa Mill
Parade (1931): Memorial Day 1931; [Marching Band]; [Boy Scouts]; [Girl Scouts]; Battery Armistice Day 1931[National Guard]; Color Guard and Colors [1931 parade]; Floats July 4, 1930; First Military Funeral; [Parade]; [Cranberry Queen on Float]; [Queen's Court?]; [Marching Band]
Port Edwards: Port Edwards Drive
Rafting: Last Raft; Dog House - Hotel Lane; Archie Young - Pilot; Drinking After a Heavy Pull; Working Off a Sandbar; Putting Down the Grousers; The Camera's Story of Raftmen's Life on the Wisconsin, The Crew [Bennett]; [Crew]
Schools: Old Lincoln; Lincoln; Field Gate; Old Lincoln; Three Schools; New Lincoln; St. Lawrence Church and School; St. Paul Lutheran School; Irving School; [Howe High School Building]; Howe School; East Side Lutheran School; Centralia High School; Lowell School; Emerson School; Edison School; [Lighting System at Field];
Ships: [Ellen Hardy]
Street Scenes: Town in 1870; River Bank; First Ave So.; First Street; 1934 First Street; First Street No; 1894 Flat Iron - 1st & 2nd Street; 1934 Flat Iron; 1934 Second Street No.; E. End of Bridge; Corner E. Grand Ave and Third; Corner E. Grand Ave and Third; Old Bank Corner; Cor. Second and E. Grand; Cor. Second and E. Grand; Wood Co. Bank Corner; 1935 Daly Corner; 1905 Daly Corner; 1935 Corner Oak and Second; North First Street; Third Street So 1934; Third Street So 1895; Vine Street; East Grand Ave; West End Bridge 1912; West End Bridge ; Between 2nd & 3rd Ave; West Grand Ave; Dixon House 1895 (Street); [Viaduct ]; [Wall 1939]; [Shell Oil Station]
Swimming Pool: Legion Park [swimming pool]
Taylor, W. L. (prints by): A Trading Station on a Far Western Trail by W. L. Taylor; President Lincoln's Call for Volunteers by W. L. Taylor
Wisconsin National Guard: Battery Armistice Day 1931[National Guard]
Wisconsin River: River [View from the Swimming Pool]; Rapids; Ice Jam 1888; West Bank; East Bank; Flood 1935; [Flood 1880]; River Wall; Without Wall; [River]; Island, 1896; River View; 1890 Lyons Park; 1934 Lyons Park; 1896 View [river]; 1896 Cows; C. and N.W. RR Bridge; Yellow Banks; Wing Dam; Legion Park; Panorama [river]; [Ellen Hardy]; River Views; River Scene Just Above Grand Rapids; [River Wall 1939]; Keelboat; [Bridge 1938 Flood]; [River View 1938 Flood], Log Boom Piers, Old Dam [Across river from Lyon's Dam]
Alexander, L. M.
Arpin, E. A.
Bever, A. B. [Albert Baptiste]
Briere, C. E.
Brundage, E. B.
Fisher, W. J.
Fontaine, A. L.
Gogins, B. R. [Goggins]
Hougen, Claredona K.
[Mackinnon, Falkland ]
McDonald, R. A.
Mead, Geo. W.
Mead, Ruth E.
Nash, L. M.
Nash, T. E.
Payne, R. S.
Philleo, D. B.
Philleo H. B.
Philleo, I. E.
Rossier, E. B.
Scott, Thos. B.
Steele, G. F.
Strong, Moses McClure
Taylor, T. A.
Witter, J. D.; Witter, J.D.
Wood, F. J.
Wood, G. N.
Young, Archie - Pilot
American Legion Drum & Bugle Corps, Inc
[American War Mothers]
A group of young people at Lake Emily during the summer of 1888.
I O O F Band
Members of the Congregation since 1857
St. John the Baptist Society
Severe Biron and his crew
Twin Cities Band - Grant White
Twin City Band - E. Lambert
Witter House Group