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Date: 1925 ca.
Description: Entrance to the Catholic Church.
Description: Front entrance to Child High School.
Date: 1930 ca.
Description: Aerial view of the Highway Trailer plant at Edgerton.
Date: 1890 ca.
Description: Pauline pottery building. Standing in front are the potters who work there.
Date: 1874 ca.
Description: View, from a distance, of Fulton Street in Edgerton. A church is in the distance.
Date: 1932 ca.
Description: Children pose on a merry-go-round (carousel) in the Edgerton Public Park. The rear wall of a church forms the background, and there appears to be a bridge...
Description: Men and boys stand in front of a wagon shop, probably in Edgerton, on Fulton Street. Wagons, wheels, yokes and farm implements surround them. A ramp behind...
Description: View across felled trees towards two women standing near the porch of a damaged brick house.
Description: Front entrance of high school.
Description: Like many southeastern Wisconsin villages, Edgerton was settled by Yankee immigrants in the 1830s. Though this view gives no indication of it, by 1871 toba...
Description: Interior of the First National Bank of Edgerton, with customers and tellers in cages.
Description: View of the Edgerton Public Library from the front.
Description: Harold W. Rucks, of Edgerton sits in a wheel chair while working at a table jig saw. Rucks, who had been severely crippled for 17 years with rheumatiod art...
Date: 1917 after
Description: Original factory of the Highway Trailers Company in Edgerton. Beginning in 1909 the factory was the site of a wagon works, but in 1917 it made a rather ty...
Description: Funeral cortege of veteran Frank "Bud" Willman at the railroad depot in Edgerton. The cortege included a color guard, Legionnaires and marching men of the...
Description: View of damaged farmhouse and group of people sitting and standing outdoors. The roof was blown off and windows were shattered. Four women stand in the yar...
Description: Brick band pavilion, with five steps leading to entrance, with shrubbery around the exterior, and some houses and trees in the background.
Description: Burdick homestead, which was originally made from logs. Built in 1842, it was said to be the first house west of the Rock River.
Date: date unknown
Description: An exterior view of the James Croft residence in Edgerton, Wisconsin. Various family members are visible in the front yard.
Description: A traveling salesman with Willson's Monarch Labs stands beside the horse-drawn wagon that took him on sales routes in rural Wisconsin. Willson manufactured...
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