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Description: Bride and Groom enter the photo studio on Bride Street in Mayville.
Description: The wedding of Arlene Kuehl and Reuben Pribnow at Zion Lutheran Church.
Description: "A cupola is added to the Historic White Limestone School in Mayville."
Description: Oliver watches his bridge Dorothy being photographed at Docter's Studio.
Description: Young fans cheer as a runner races home on a grounder to short during a Mayville Recreation Department baseball game.
Description: "Civil War Reenactor at Mayville."
Date: 1900 ca.
Description: The Mayville Public School.
Description: Loehrke/Zastrow wedding. The Mayville Park Pavilion is reflected in the Rock River.
Description: Bird's-eye map of Mayville.
Date: 1930 ca.
Description: The Mayville Iron Co.
Description: Mayville Insurance Agency. (L-R) Brad Steinbach, Amanda Rose, Joyce Schuett, and Cindy Steinbach.
Description: "White Limestone School in Mayville."
Description: Ground breaking ceremony for the construction of Mountin's new Piggly Wiggly store in Mayville.
Description: Saint Paul's Lutheran Church was the setting for the wedding of Helen Metz and Fred Bandlow.
Description: Miners and a mule work outside an iron mine near Mayville.
Description: Oliver Justman, looking suave, calmly smokes a cigarette as he watches his bride Dorothy being photographed.
Description: "This was a demonstration of how Indians made arrowheads."
Description: "Arnold Hartmann, Mayville, displays a 1/3 scale model Fuller & Johnson gas engine. The engine was machined by Arnie in his elaborate machine shop."
Description: Visitors, dressed in their Sunday best, contrast with the rough garb of the miners. Left to right, miners were: Charles Kanass, Robert "Beaver" Smith (hold...
Description: Justman-Hahn wedding guests congregate at Zion Lutheran Church.
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