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Date: 1911 ca.
Description: Exterior of Neenah High School.
Date: 1915 ca.
Description: Yacht Club on Lake Winnebago. There is a widow's walk on the roof.
Date: date unknown
Description: Washington Street, near the Chicago and Northwestern train depot.
Date: 1920 ca.
Description: A view of the Diamond Match Company.
Description: Log entrance of the Paine Lumber Co. Edward L. Paine founded the lumber mill in 1853 on the east bank of the Fox River.
Date: 1914 ca.
Description: Looking down Washington Street.
Date: 1907 ca.
Description: Photographic postcard of a building housing a store and post office, surrounded by trees next to a lake.
Date: 1905 ca.
Description: Passenger station of the Chicago and Northwestern Railway.
Description: Oshkosh High School.
Description: Diamond Match Company. At the time of its building it was the largest such factory in America.
Date: 1909 ca.
Description: Clark Hospital.
Date: 1912 ca.
Description: The Carl Schurz Monument, presented to the city by John Hicks in 1914. Sculpted by Karl Bitter.
Description: Street scene featuring a Methodist church. In front of the church a young boy stands in the dirt road near a man sitting in a horse-drawn wagon with a dog.
Description: Doty's Loggery, the home of James Duane Doty.
Description: Campus of the State Normal School.
Description: A Menasha postcard showing the river at night.
Date: 1910 ca.
Description: Lakeside Sanitarium located on Washington Street.
Description: A view of Main Street.
Description: A view of Stein's Shop, "The World's Unique Shop". A colored postcard of the women's clothing store.
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