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Description: A plat of the village of Greenleaf, Brown County, Wisconsin, showing the areas from Taintor Street to Day Street and Follett Street to Deuster Street. Inc...
Description: Railroad employees pose with locomotive engine no. 925 of the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway. The engine has a long pilot, a large oil headlight, sm...
Description: This map of Munnomonee is ink and pencil on tracing cloth. The map shows a plat of the town, local streets, highways, land donations for public use, and pa...
Date: 1896 ca.
Description: This map of Brown County, Wisconsin, from the late 19th century shows land claims along the Fox River, the township and range grid, towns, sections, cities...
Date: 1880 ca.
Description: View of the J.D. Doty office. Doty served as agent for John Jacob Astor in promoting the village of Astor, later renamed Green Bay.
Description: Birds-eye view of Depere looking North. Includes illustrations and an index to points of interest.
Date: 1890 ca.
Description: John Meade's residence. The family is standing on the front porch for a group portrait, while an individual pushes a bicycle.
Description: The reverse side of the Green Bay treaty, August 18, 1821. The treaty is signed by the chiefs of the six Indian nations for the possession of lands near th...
Date: 1876 ca.
Description: View showing Elmore and Kelly's Elevator with a boat, train, and the buildings at Fort Howard. Fort Howard was incorporated into Green Bay.
Description: Randall Wilcox's home with trees and a sidewalk, built in 1836 or 1837.
Date: 1889 ca.
Description: View of Fox River and South Washington Street, from the top of St. Willobrord's Church.
Description: Two cyclists ride their bicycles past curious on-lookers.
Date: 1857 ca.
Description: Green Bay Intelligencer Newspaper Office. This was the first newspaper published in Wisconsin. The building was on Main Street. This drawing appeared in...
Description: View of Green Bay from the Fort Howard side of the Fox River.
Date: 1870 ca.
Description: Exterior of the Cadle Home, an Episcopal Home for aged people. The Cadle Home was named for Reverend Cadle who went to Green Bay in 1829 as the first local...
Date: 1898 ca.
Description: Front and rear views of the James D. Doty residence, the first brick house built in Wisconsin.
Description: This map of Navarino shows a development plat of the village situated opposite Fort Howard at mouth of the Fox River. The names of proprietors are listed a...
Description: View of the office building occupied by James Duane Doty during the 1820s when he was additional judge for the U.S. Circuit Court of Michigan Territory. T...
Description: This map shows streets, buildings, railroads, the Fox River, the East River, and part of Green Bay.
Description: Cawker (Colonel E. Harrison) residence.
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