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Date: 1901 ca.
Description: An industrial area in Corliss.
Description: A train, engine number 560, on the track at the train depot in Corliss.
Description: Post office, with seven men and a boy standing in front. Corliss is now called Sturtevant.
Date: date unknown
Description: View of Saint Bonaventure High School, built in 1877. Trees and potted flowers stand on the lawn in front of the building.
Description: Exterior view of the Hotel Nelson, a brick building with Schlitz Beer signs on top.
Description: Exterior view of a small gothic church in Corliss.
Description: On-lookers survey a wreck on the Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Paul Railway.
Description: The first Klinkert Hotel. It burned down around 1905, and was replaced by the brick structure with the same name. Signs advertising Harper Rye are on eithe...
Description: Train depot workers pose in front of a train at the depot. There is a sign that reads "This Train For Milwaukee".
Description: Exterior view of The Corliss Club.
Description: Exterior view of "The Orchard", which was possibly an inn, in Corliss.
Description: A building on a main street in Corliss, which may be a general store. There are many advertising signs on and near the building. A dog lies on the front st...
Description: Locomotive and railroad crew.
Description: Exterior view of the Corliss train depot with railroad tracks in the foreground. A small group of men pose in front of the building.
Description: Train depot with a boy standing between the building and the railroad tracks. There are two doors marked "Men" and "Women". Four men can be seen on the rig...
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