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Date: 1890 ca.

Description: Randall Wilcox's home with trees and a sidewalk, built in 1836 or 1837.

Date: 1910 ca.

Description: First Congregational Church in De Pere with a train and neighboring buildings.

Date: 1867 ca.

Description: Randall Wilcox's home, with fence and people standing on the front porch.

Date: 1870 ca.

Description: View of dirt road with houses along both sides, and wooden walkways and picket fences along the road.

Date: 1948 ca.

Description: St. Norbert College campus on the Fox River.

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Wilcox-Lawton House

Date:  ca.

Description: Wilcox-Lawton house with trees and yard. Built in 1838.

Date: 1906 ca.

Description: Bridge, croosing over the Fox River near De Pere.

Date: 1910 ca.

Description: Building on the campus of St. Norbert's college in west De Pere.

Date: 1920 ca.

Description: Eleazer WIlliam's log cabin from the side entrance.

Date: 1930 ca.

Description: View of a residential neighborhood.

Date: 1897 ca.

Description: De Pere lock on the Fox River with a construction crew at work. This is the only wooden lock on the Fox River.

Photograph

South Broadway

Date: 1910 ca.

Description: View of street with pedestrians and cars traveling down the street.

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Description: Hugo in hat and coat posed on boardwalk in ravine between Minahau Stadium and Urbandale Park area, with large building behind him.

Date: 1920 ca.

Description: Charcoal kiln. Producing charcoal was once a fairly large industry in De Pere.

Date: 1943 

Description: Boyle Hall at St. Norbert College.

Date: 1915 ca.

Description: Government locks and factory district on the Fox River.

Date: 1906 ca.

Description: Bridge over the Fox River at De Pere.

Date: 1920 ca.

Description: Charcoal kiln in ruins, with electric power lines in background.

Date: 1953 ca.

Description: Replica of Eleazer William's log cabin, with an archeological dig being conducted in front of the cabin.

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James D. Doty House

Date: 1898 ca.

Description: Front and rear views of the James D. Doty residence, the first brick house built in Wisconsin.

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