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Description: Dorothy Luerghing and Oliver Justman wedding at Saint Paul's Lutheran Church in Maybille.
Description: Bride and Groom enter the photo studio on Bride Street in Mayville.
Description: "Sporting three cameras, Mayville's famous photographer, Edgar G. Mueller, was photographed as he recorded the cupola restoration on the White Limestone Sc...
Description: "The Lange property is on McArthur Road, near Mayville."
Description: The wedding of Arlene Kuehl and Reuben Pribnow at Zion Lutheran Church.
Description: "Today we are at the Back Street Cafe on 11 North School St. in Mayville, WI." From left to right; Shirley Widmer, John Bodden, Ralph Widmer, Rudy Heinecke...
Description: "Mayville's Raymond ?, also know as Peggy McEathon sings with the Pete Runde Dixieland Band."
Description: Bill Voelker, Department of Natural Resources (DNR) Wildlife Educator and Naturalist, poses near DNR building located between Mayville and Horicon.
Description: "Photographer Edgar G. Mueller of Mayville."
Description: "The Boondocks is just North of Mayville on City. Tr. V. Carly & Parker Hren are our guests." The restaurant sign reads, "best fish fry in the country." Fr...
Date: 1900 ca.
Description: View of Mayville behind the frozen, snow-covered river.
Description: A retired John Deere employee, Larry Giese, 54, poses with family friends, Louie Mueller and Gerhard Zimmerman of Mayville, Wisconsin.
Description: "A cupola is added to the Historic White Limestone School in Mayville."
Description: "At the left is a turn-of-the-century (1900) 10 x 8 inch glass plate negative of Mayville's Main Street. In contrast are thirty-five 35mm negatives."
Description: "On this evening we travel to American Legion, Bonau Whereatt, Post 69 in Mayville, WI. Carl "Bear" Bandle is the manager." Note the fish fry signboard.
Description: "Pioneer reenactors set up their tents on the Rock River in Mayville."
Description: Arlene Kuehl and Reuben Pribnow Wedding. Well wishers throw rice at the couple as they depart the church.
Description: "This was a demonstration of how Indians made arrowheads."
Description: Justman-Hahn wedding guests congregate at Zion Lutheran Church.
Description: Visitors, dressed in their Sunday best, contrast with the rough garb of the miners. Left to right, miners were: Charles Kanass, Robert "Beaver" Smith (hold...
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