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Doty Home

Date: 1870 ca.

Description: Doty home with trees in the yard.

Ever wonder why beer is so popular in Wisconsin? Wisconsin history is full of breweries and beer.

Date: 1906 ca.

Description: Bridge over the Fox River at De Pere.

Photograph

Residential Street

Date: 1899 ca.

Description: Residential street, North Broadway at Cass Street.

Date: 1900 ca.

Description: A woman stands in a marsh near the site of Eleazer William's first house.

Date: 1893 

Description: BirdÂ’s-eye view of Depere looking North. Includes illustrations and an index to points of interest.

Photograph

Bridge and dam

Date:  date unknown

Description: Bridge and dam.

Date: 1906 

Description: View of businesses on Main Street, including the City Drug Store and a dentist.

Photograph

Allouez Monument

Date: 1929 

Description: Allouez monument placed at the site of the chapel of St. Francis Xavier that was built by Father Claude Allouez, S. J. in 1671-72. Erected by the citizens...

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100 Percent De Pere

Date: 1952 

Description: Mr. Yuenger casts the first ballot in his ward. De Pere, Wisconsin in 1952 received 100 percent voter turnout.

Date: 1896 ca.

Description: Portraits of the members of the Samuel Harrison Post No. 91 of De Pere, Wisconsin from 1883-1896.

Postcard

Dam at De Pere

Date: 1906 ca.

Description: Dam at De Pere, with men walking on a bridge.

Date: 1920 ca.

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

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Wilcox-Lawton House

Date:  ca.

Description: Wilcox-Lawton house with trees and yard. Built in 1838.

Date: 1915 ca.

Description: Government locks and factory district on the Fox River.

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View of De Pere

Date:  

Description: View on Broadway, looking south.

Date: 1900 ca.

Description: A girl sits on a log next to Eleazer William's log cabin site.

Date: 1935 ca.

Description: Nicolet Paper Company on left.

Date:  

Description: Man on horse-drawn wagon loaded with sacks in front of Lee & Diebels Company.

Date: 1898 ca.

Description: Two children are stand in front of Governor Doty's house, the first brick house built in Wisconsin.

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