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Main Avenue

Date: 1950 ca.

Description: Looking west on Main Avenue in downtown De Pere.

Date: 1920 ca.

Description: Eleazer WIlliam's log cabin from the side entrance.

Date: 1890 ca.

Description: Randall Wilcox's home with trees and a sidewalk, built in 1836 or 1837.

Date: 1900 ca.

Description: Fox River and the Little Rapids dam.

Date: 1870 ca.

Description: Section of overall panorama, showing railroad station.

Date: 1910 ca.

Description: Presbyterian Church.

Date: 1900 ca.

Description: Two women work a field with horses.

Date: 1920 ca.

Description: Charcoal kiln. Producing charcoal was once a fairly large industry in De Pere.

Date: 1889 

Description: Elevated view of bridge crossing the wide Fox River, with the paper mill on the far side of the river, and a horse-drawn cart approaching the near side.

Date: 1867 ca.

Description: Randall Wilcox's home, with fence and people standing on the front porch.

Date: 1940 ca.

Description: Replica of Eleazer William's original log cabin, with trees and a dirt road, five miles south of De Pere on the west bank of the Fox River.

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De Pere Depot

Date: 1873 ca.

Description: At the De Pere depot, the first train operated by the Milwaukee & Northern Railway. This train made its first run to Green Bay on June 25, 1873, and this p...

Date: 1897 ca.

Description: Locks near De Pere, the only wooden pier on the Fox River.

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Residential Street

Date: 1899 ca.

Description: Residential street, North Broadway at Cass Street.

Date: 1890 ca.

Description: Cawker (Colonel E. Harrison) residence.

Date: 1897 ca.

Description: De Pere lock on the Fox River with a construction crew at work. This is the only wooden lock on the Fox River.

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Snow Covered Street

Date: 1889 ca.

Description: Winter scene of North Broadway at Cass Street, De Pere, Wisconsin. Streets are snow covered.

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View of De Pere

Date:  

Description: View on Broadway, looking south.

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View of De Pere

Date: 1875 ca.

Description: View over town looking east from the railroad station.

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