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Date: 1905 ca.
Description: Yerkes Observatory.
Description: Alexander C. Eschweiler, a well-known architect in Milwaukee, designed this exotic station for the Wadhams Oil and Grease Company of Milwaukee in 1926.
Date: 1910 ca.
Description: Black and white photograph looking west along James Street, with pedestrians, a horse-drawn carriage, and an automobile. City Hall is on the rear right.
Date: 1935 ca.
Description: Exterior of Yerkes Observatory.
Date: date unknown
Description: Exterior view of the post office. The first post office in Oshkosh was established in the 1840s, and the postmaster was Joseph Jackson.
Description: State government employees are being given a demonstration in splinting technique by Red Cross instructors in the Wisconsin State Capitol Assembly parlor....
Description: A view from across the street shows the staircase leading to the main entrance of Eau Claire Public Library. A man and child stand amidst automobiles park...
Description: Two boys attempting to climb a wall on the facade of a building near a window.
Description: Doorway and bed in room where murder, suicide occurred. Adele Burnton was murdered by Harold Kotvis, who then committed suicide. 521 North Henry Street. A...
Date: 1900 ca.
Description: A postcard view of the church with two images. The first is an exterior view of the building, with two sides visible. Each side has a door flanked by windo...
Description: This barn on the Nickel farm was built in 1919 by Ed Radke. The Nickels are still milking 50 cows.
Description: Glenn M. Wise (Mrs. John Wise), Wisconsin's first woman Secretary of State, at her desk in the Wisconsin State Capitol.
Description: Elevated view of the street on Stock Day. Horses and wagons are traveling down the street. The Bridgeport Hotel and the post office are on the right side....
Description: Republican Governor Walter J. Kohler, Jr., addressing the Legislature and a broadcast audience in the Assembly Chamber. Warren P. Knowles, who would later...
Description: Scaffolding rises up the walls of the University Avenue National Bank, 905 University Avenue, with an unusual traffic signal in the intersection.
Description: South lawn looking west from gazebo toward fountain. A path crosses the foreground, and the Dousman's dog, Folo, lounges on the lawn.
Description: Two guests at the Phi Kappa Fraternity Toga Party Dinner Dance drinking by a Grecian fountain.
Description: A large collection of fossils, owned by Thomas Greene, which are displayed in his home in glass-fronted wood shelves along the walls, and on top of a wood...
Date: 1890 ca.
Description: 90,000 feet of pine logs floating in the storage/sorting pond at the Arpin Lumber Company sawmill. The sawmill and other buildings are in the background. O...
Description: Exterior of the two-story high school.
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