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Description: Aerial view of Peninsula Park, with the Lake Michigan shoreline in the background.
Date: 1910 ca.
Description: Exterior view of the county jail in Sturgeon Bay.
Description: A large flock of seagulls flies over a fishing boat.
Description: View across water of a small sailboat along the Door County shore.
Description: Two men pose in front of a large barn at Newport Village. The barn was used to store lumber.
Date: 1915 ca.
Description: The photographer's children pose on the shore at Fish Creek Point. They are, from left, Ferdinand Leonard (Fedy), Alice, Margaret (Sissy), and Helen, who p...
Description: This photograph of downed trees and branches is annotated, possibly by C.L. Harrington:
"A fire hazard at this date Feb 28 '41. I have salvaged all or ab...
Description: Rock outcroppings overhang a Door County beach.
Description: Portrait of Steve Hopkins and unknown man posing with seven trout they caught hanging from pegs under a sign that reads: "Bay Charter Service Capt. Norm Kn...
Description: Winter scene with a snow-covered road bordered by stone walls and pillars on Cottage Row Road. Birches and evergreens line the road.
Description: View across snowy field of a shingled house, barn and other outbuildings standing empty near the shore of Lake Michigan at Newport Village.
Description: Thomas Toft, left, on the rocky shore of Moonlight Bay with the photographer's children, from left, Helen, Alice, Ferdinand Leonard, and Margaret. Alice ho...
Description: David Kincaid, caretaker of the Hotz Europe Lake estate, stands on a skid pulled by a horse. His axe is embedded in one of the runners.
Description: The lime kiln, at right, at Toft Point. Crushed limestone from the nearby quarry was heated in the kiln to make whitewash. Evergreen trees and birches form...
Description: A man stands on the rustic porch of the Hotz cottage on Europe Lake. There is a single set of tire tracks in the snow on the drive.
Description: A group of men and women pack cherries on a bench made of planks and sawhorses. Fruit crates are stacked on the ground and in the back of a nearby truck. O...
Description: Two deteriorating log buildings stand in a stony meadow. There is a stone fence on the left and trees beyond.
Description: Winter scene with four women, a man and a child, all well-dressed, posing on the ice wearing ice skates. Other skaters are behind them.
Caption reads: "Sy...
Description: Ferdinand Hotz poses with his wife Clothilde (with glasses), son Ferdinand Leonard (Fedy) and one of his daughters on Champagne Rock on Cottage Row.
Description: View of the Plum Island rear range lighthouse from the end of the pier. The brick house was home to the lighthouse keeper and the first and second assistan...
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