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Description: "White Limestone School in Mayville."
Description: "This was a demonstration of how Indians made arrowheads."
Description: "Sporting three cameras, Mayville's famous photographer, Edgar G. Mueller, was photographed as he recorded the cupola restoration on the White Limestone Sc...
Date: date unknown
Description: Mayville public school.
Description: "Photographer Edgar G. Mueller of Mayville."
Description: "The Boondocks is just North of Mayville on City. Tr. V. Carly & Parker Hren are our guests." The restaurant sign reads, "best fish fry in the country." Fr...
Date: 1900 ca.
Description: Mayville Public School.
Description: Young fans cheer as a runner races home on a grounder to short during a Mayville Recreation Department baseball game.
Description: Ground breaking ceremony for the construction of Mountin's new Piggly Wiggly store in Mayville.
Description: View of Mayville across river.
Description: A drawing of Mayville.
Description: Mary Lou Ruecker and Gene Zangl wedding. This photo was taken at the Turner Hall in Mayville.
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: Pat and Jerry Mountin show the layout plans for their new store.
Description: "The Lange property is on McArthur Road, near Mayville."
Description: "Mayville photographer, Edgar Mueller, confers with 'Corny' Weber. Mr. Weber took some early photos in the village. Some of his glass plate negatives are i...
Description: "On this evening we travel to American Legion, Bonau Whereatt, Post 69 in Mayville, WI. Carl "Bear" Bandle is the manager." Note the fish fry signboard.
Description: A large crowd at the Milwaukee Road depot, perhaps to greet William Jennings Bryan on the incoming train. The malthouse can be seen in the distance.
Description: "Pioneer reenactors set up their tents on the Rock River in Mayville."
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