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Description: The supersonic Concorde frames "Fi-Fi," the only B-29 then still flying, at the Annual Convention and Fly-in of the Experimental Aircraft Association (EAA)...
Date: date unknown
Description: Yacht Club on Lake Winnebago. There is a widow's walk on the roof. A boat is near the pier on the right.
Description: Letterhead of the Oshkosh Packing & Provision Company, a meat packer and preserver, with an illustration of the company buildings on the waterfront, with w...
Description: Washington Street, near the Chicago and Northwestern train depot.
Description: Constructed of a cream-colored brick, the vertical lines were embellished with blue glazed brick, likely meant to match the color of the Dixie Oil and Gaso...
Description: "The British Concorde makes an appearance at the EAA Convention in Oshkosh."
Description: Oshkosh Pure Ice and Coal Co. horse-drawn wagon as seen from the back. Two blocks of ice are visible in the wagon. Note on back: Sept. 15, 1926-4:30 pm. Ne...
Description: "This is Golf Central. They are located North of Oshkosh, at 5850 Highway 45." The signboard notes their Friday night fish fry.
Description: Bird's-eye view of Oshkosh, "drawn from nature."
Description: This map show streets, points of interest, Lake Winnebago and bays, Lake Butte Des Morts, and the Fox River. The back of the map includes a directory of t...
Description: Looking down Washington Street.
Description: Side view of an Oshkosh Brewing Company wagon built by A. Streich & Brother Wagons.
Description: View from bridge on river. Storefronts and homes line the road that stretches to the horizon.
Description: "The Concorde pilot is exuberant after landing at Oshkosh."
Description: Oshkosh Pure Ice and Coal Co. horse-drawn wagon. Note on back: Near Oregon & 11st. #2, camera set pointing in an easterly direction and 26 ft. 4 in. west f...
Description: Memohead of the Buckstaff-Edwards Company of Oshkosh, Wisconsin, manufacturers of coffins and caskets and wholesale dealers in caskets and undertaking supp...
Description: Portrait of the Katz family (from left): Ruthie, Rosa, Mark, and Arthur.
Date: 1870 ca.
Description: Stereoview of Main Street bridge, looking toward a section of the city known locally as Brooklyn.
Description: "The Concorde carries 100 passengers, all in first class, and cruises at an altitude of 55,000 to 60,000 feet at twice the speed of sound (1350mph)."
Description: A view of Main Street.
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