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Date: 1910 ca.
Description: Postcard from Lake Five, showing an early open automobile driving on a rustic road.
Description: The crowd at a free air show sponsored by the recently organized Waukesha Aviation Club in order to dedicate their new airport. In actuality, the club's ai...
Date: 1940 ca.
Description: Road leading to Cistercian Monastery.
Description: John Kaminski (the first licensed pilot in Wisconsin, third from the right in checkered cap) with his new Curtiss pusher, the "Sweetheart."
Description: The Wisconsin School for Boys Band, under the direction of Arnold Krueger, provided the musical entertainment for the dedication ceremony of the Waukesha D...
Description: A side view from road of large brick house with an open front porch, surrounded by trees. There is a a rear wing and attached garage or shed.
Description: The Waukesha Flying Club and their jointly owned Waco 10. The members are (row 1, left to right) Charles Gittner, Joe Rombough, and Roy Winzenreid and (row...
Description: The historic Harmony Town Hall at Old World Wisconsin transformed for use a 1930s gasoline station for the made-for-TV movie, "Dillinger". In the foregroun...
Description: Tourists visit the historic Seven-Mile Inn at Old World Wisconsin transformed for its role as the Daleyville Bank in the ABC made-for-TV movie "Dillinger".
Description: Carl, Robert, and Ray Breecher at work on their modified parasol Heath airplane. After months of hard work, the plane was completely destroyed during a tes...
Date: 1840 ca.
Description: This manuscript map by Increase Lapham shows the railroads, roads, wetlands, lakes and streams, dams, prairies, and settlers in the eastern half of Waukesh...
Date: 1934 ca.
Description: This map shows the area are it appeared in 1848 and includes buildings, land use, and roads with distances to nearby locations. The upper right corner read...
Description: View from fork in road of Martin's Tavern in Chamberlain. There is a horse and carriage with driver on the left. Three men sit or stand in front of the tav...
Description: The "Pawnee Bill" circus wagon passes Notbohms furniture store and funeral home along a commercial street as a child looks on from the foreground. Multiple...
Date: 1932 ca.
Description: Fritz Warden (at the propeller) and Lee Barney, two young members of the Waukesha Flying Club, together with Barney's Aeronica C2 airplane. The Aeronica w...
Date: 1953 ca.
Description: Interior perspective drawing of the living room of the Fred Graber house designed and drawn by architect John Randal McDonald.
Description: Map shows landownership and acreages, roads, and railroads in the Town of Waukesha and part of the city of Waukesha, Waukesha County, Wisconsin.
Description: Birds eye drawing of Oconomowoc depicts street names and street layouts, houses, trees, Oconomowoc River, Fowler Lake, and La Belle Lake. A reference key a...
Description: This map shows heavy and light industry, residences, and business districts as well as streets and Mill Pond. The front and back of the map include extensi...
Date: 1857 ca.
Description: Elevated view of Waukesha with two women wearing dresses with a boy in long pants and tam o'shanter hat in foreground against a split-rail fence. Beyond th...
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