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Description: This map shows streets, buildings, railroads, the Fox River, the East River, and part of Green Bay.
Date: 1816 ca.
Description: This is a photostat copy of a manuscript map in the National Archives showing a plan of Fort Howard and a view of its north side. Originally surveyed by Wi...
Date: 1889 ca.
Description: Elevated view of South Jefferson and Doty Streets, showing the Albert Weiss and Platt Greene residences and the present location of the Columbus Club, Kell...
Description: View of Fox River and South Washington Street, from the top of St. Willobrord's Church.
Date: 1898 ca.
Description: Albert Weise's residence, with wooden sidewalk, and two kids standing on the front porch posing for the photographer.
Date: 1855 ca.
Description: Quarter plate ambrotype of a brick structure, possibly in Green Bay, Wisconsin, housing the office of J.S. Baker, Land Agent. The building is three stories...
Date: 1876 ca.
Description: View showing Elmore and Kelly's Elevator with a boat, train, and the buildings at Fort Howard. Fort Howard was incorporated into Green Bay.
Date: 1857 ca.
Description: Green Bay Intelligencer Newspaper Office. This was the first newspaper published in Wisconsin. The building was on Main Street. This drawing appeared in...
Date: 1895 ca.
Description: Winter view of the Baker house, the residence of James S. Baker.
Description: Bird's-eye map of Green Bay and Fort Howard, Brown Co., depicts street names and street layouts, houses, trees, and the East River. A reference key at the...
Description: Two cyclists ride their bicycles past curious on-lookers.
Date: 1880 ca.
Description: View of the J.D. Doty office. Doty served as agent for John Jacob Astor in promoting the village of Astor, later renamed Green Bay.
Date: 1890 ca.
Description: View of the H.E. Eastmen residence. The house was located on the southwest corner of Porlier and Monroe Streets, and later the residence of Mrs. George G....
Description: Aerial view of downtown Green Bay, with the old Court House.
Description: Map showing the northern water routes between Mississippi River and Atlantic Ocean Relief shown by hachures. Includes Profile of the Erie Canal, table of...
Description: Bird's-eye map of Green Bay and Fort Howard, looking south. Ninety-four locations identified below image; extends to Grignon Street at top left corner, Wi...
Description: Railroad employees pose with locomotive engine no. 925 of the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway. The engine has a long pilot, a large oil headlight, sm...
Description: View looking southeast over river from Elmore and Kelly's Elevator.
Description: Main Street on the corner of Washington Street shops.
Description: View of Governor James Duane Doty's home with two children standing in front. The Doty home was the first brick house in Wisconsin. The materials were tra...
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