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Date: 1918 ca.
Description: The Hotz cottage, garage, and stone tower are seen through a stand of birch trees from the base of the bluff in Fish Creek. There is snow on the ground.
Description: Ferdinand Hotz poses on snowshoes at the base of a bluff. The Hotz cottage complex, built in 1912-3, is seen atop the bluff. The complex included three co...
Date: 1909 ca.
Description: View of Main Street, Sister Bay, looking downhill. Postcard, mailed and postmarked 1909.
Description: Two men stand in the open back of a pickup truck. The truck, equipped with chains on the rear tires, has driven down a wooden ramp onto the ice. There is...
Date: 1915 ca.
Description: Birch and other trees frame the view of a distant house and barn with poplars behind, lining the road (now Highway 42) at Fish Creek.
Date: 1924 ca.
Description: The stone tower and garage at the Hotz compound. There is also a flag pole and rustic fence. A ladder was used to access the lookout atop the tower, with v...
Description: David Kincaid sits in a sulky harnessed to a horse in front of an old log building. Lake Michigan provides the backdrop. Kincaid was the caretaker of the...
Description: The entrance and gabled front of the main Hotz cottage at Fish Creek, seen after a snowfall. There are rustic branch details under the gables.
Date: 1920 ca.
Description: A car, left, is parked beside a field of blooming daisies. There is an old log cabin in the background.
Description: Laundry hangs on the line behind an old wooden farmhouse which has several porches. The lawn is overgrown; there are outbuildings in the background.
Description: Dr. Jacob R. Buchbinder House was designed by the architectural firm Keck and Keck as Project #244 in 1939. This photograph shows the Buchbinder summer hom...
Description: Winter scene with Ferdinand Hotz, holding a cigarette, posing on skis. His wife, Clothilde, stands on the left with a long walking stick; daughter Helen (L...
Description: A boat with an outboard motor is tied to the rustic log pier; a second boat is overturned on an extension of the pier. There is a fish net hanging over the...
Description: A man stands with a group of nine women posed in front of a small commercial building. A sign in the shape of a tire advertises "Goodyear Service Station."...
Description: Aunt Helen and Syl stand bundled up against the cold just outside a door to a house with a snow-covered yard behind them.
Description: A small wood frame boathouse with a double door, and a bathhouse stand near the Hotz cottage on the shore near Fish Creek Beach. Both have rustic twig rail...
Description: Trees are reflected in shallow water in the wetlands in Fish Creek Valley near the Thorp and Vorous farms in spring. The tower and other buildings of the H...
Date: 1912 after
Description: The stone garage and attached tower at the Hotz cottages at the top of Fish Creek Hill. The tower features a stone parapet with wooden railing, as well as...
Date: date unknown
Description: Privately built chapel, decorated in Norwegian style by Mr. and Mrs. Boynton.
Description: A stone lined driveway leads to the Hotz family cottage on Europe Lake.
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