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Description: Portrait of the Katz family (from left): Ruthie, Rosa, Mark, and Arthur.
Date: 1925 ca.
Description: View from bridge or boat railing of piles of lumber in the Paine Lumber Company yards on the banks of the Fox River. There is a boat house on the left shor...
Date: 1900 after
Description: This photocopy map shows a paper city located on the shore of Green Bay and south shore of the Fox River. The site is now part of Oshkosh.
Description: An aerial view of the Oshkosh Airport about three years after Steve Wittman became the manager. The field was established in 1928 by Oshkosh Airport, Inc....
Description: Members of the Oshkosh Equal Suffrage League in their 4th of July float made up with a sail boat. Banners read "Votes for Women" and "We are Rudderless, We...
Description: "Kay Widmer Hren is our guest when we visit Jeff's on Rugby, at 1005 Rugby St. in Oshkosh."
Description: "With continued pain in the right knee, the Fish Fry photographer is slated for a knee replacement on October 28 at The Kennedy Center, Mercy Medical Cente...
Description: "The Concorde pilot is exuberant after landing at Oshkosh."
Description: "The British Airways Concorde drew large crowds at the EAA Convention in Oshkosh. The giant jet, making thunderous, low-level passes, thrilled thousands o...
Description: Aerial view of the 1988 EAA (Experimental Aviation Association) Convention and Fly-in at Wittman Field. On the ground is the Concorde and a B-1 Bomber.
Description: Letterhead of Andrew Wilson of Oshkosh, Wisconsin, wholesale manufacturer of the "Climax" Spring Wagon and the Wilson Buckboard, with a three-quarter view...
Description: View of the harbor at Waldwic on Lake Buttes des Morts.
Description: The British Concord makes an appearance at the EAA in Oshkosh.
Description: Memohead of the Buckstaff-Edwards Company of Oshkosh, Wisconsin, manufacturers of coffins and caskets and wholesale dealers in caskets and undertaking supp...
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 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: 1850 ca.
Description: Bird's-eye view of business district of Oshkosh, "drawn after nature" by the artist.
Description: Oshkosh Pure Ice and Coal Co. horse-drawn wagon. Note on back: #3, camera pointing west and set 23 feet east of east curb, east wheel of wagon was 3 feet w...
Description: Airplanes entered in the 10th World Acrobatics Championships at Wittman Field in Oshkosh. The planes in the foreground are those of the Australian and Cana...
Date: 1966-08-28 ca.
Description: Exterior view of a large, Tudor style mansion on the shores of Lake Winnebago.
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