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Date: 1890 ca.
Description: Long Tail lighthouse. Built in 1847-1848 and abandoned in 1859 when a new frame lighthouse was built nearby.
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: Long Tail lighthouse, built in 1859.
Description: Aerial view of downtown Green Bay, with the old Court House.
Date: 1895 ca.
Description: The first Long Tail Point Lighthouse.
Description: View of Governor James Duane Doty's home with two children standing in front. The Doty home was the first brick house in Wisconsin. The materials were tra...
Description: Aerial view of downtown Green Bay with old Court House and the surrounding buildings.
Date: 1898 ca.
Description: Long Tail Point Lighthouse and an old house.
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...
Date: 1896 ca.
Description: Jefferson Street south from Doty Street with trees lining the street.
Description: Old Tower and Long Tail Point Lighthouse.
Description: John Cotton house visible on top of a hill.
Description: Front view of the Fort Howard surgeons' quarters.
Description: View of a house in a residential area, obscured by trees. "The house was built in 1835 by Ellis and was last occupied by the Misses Bessie and Barbara Hage...
Description: Second Long Tail Point lighthouse, built in 1859.
Description: Albert Weise's residence, with wooden sidewalk, and two kids standing on the front porch posing for the photographer.
Description: View of the Judge Stephen R. Cotton residence. The Cotton residence was located at the corner of Jefferson and Doty Streets.
Description: Main Street on the corner of Washington Street shops.
Description: Daniel H. and Joshua Whitney's residence located at 402 Main Street at the intersection of Monroe Avenue. The house was torn down in 1897.
Description: A man sits on a stool and milks a cow outdoors near a fence. Another cow investigates the camera lens in the foreground.
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