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Description: A large group stands on the pier at Fish Creek as a boat leaves. A barn-like warehouse stands on the pier; houses, boathouses, and outbuildings are visible...
Date: 1910 ca.
Description: A springtime harbor scene from Sturgeon Bay.
Date: 1911 ca.
Description: View of Cedar Street.
Date: 1925 ca.
Description: Elevated view of Fish Creek from the east; the bluff rises on the left, the harbor is on the right. The cottage in the foreground with pergola and lattice...
Date: 1920 ca.
Description: View from hill looking down at a wood framed warehouse building on a pier with boats docked alongside. Near the warehouse are fish net drying racks. Wooded...
Description: A stone lined driveway leads to the Hotz family cottage on Europe Lake.
Description: A small log sided building with roof ventilator, among other buildings, stands near the Wilms house along Cottage Row Road outside of Fish Creek. A low sto...
Date: 1915 ca.
Description: Ferdinand Leonard (Fedy) Hotz, far left, sisters Helen, left, and Alice, sit with Thomas Toft on the rocky shore near the Baileys Harbor lighthouse. A row...
Description: A wooden boat forms the foreground of a view of a stream, probably Shivering Sands Creek, and wetlands, with a sand dune on the right.
Description: This map of Sturgeon Bay is part of the survey of the northern and northwestern lakes. The map shows lights, railroads, roads, and some public buildings. R...
Date: 1912 ca.
Description: View of Cedar Street looking northwards. Bassett's Drugstore can be seen on the right, and the General Store is directly across the street.
Description: Elevated view of Fish Creek from the east. The photographer's first Fish Creek cottage, with a standing seam metal roof, is in the foreground; in the yard...
Date: 1963-05-05 ca.
Description: View of the remaining framework of an old fish-unloading track on the Lake Michigan shoreline. A wooded shoreline is beyond a pier in the far background.
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: Letterhead of the Horn's Pier (Door County) office of Horn & Joseph, dealers in general merchandise, including "Wood, Bark, Ties, Telegraph Poles, Posts, &...
Description: Alice Hotz Apfelbach, right, and her younger sister Margaret Hotz pose in front of a picket fence along a dirt lane which is now Highway 42. Behind the fe...
Description: Elevated view of Fish Creek Harbor as a boat approaches the pier and warehouse. In the foreground are houses with outbuildings, gardens and a small orchard...
Description: The boathouse at the Hotz cottage is reflected in the still waters of Europe Lake. A small boat is tied to a pine tree on the shore. There is a rustic rai...
Description: View from the Vits property, looking east, across a rustic foot bridge over Fish Creek leading to Peninsula State Park. A dachshund rests in the middle of...
Description: A car, left, is parked beside a field of blooming daisies. There is an old log cabin in the background.
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