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Date: 1900 ca.

Description: Syl stands holding an umbrella near an unidentified boy who is leaning on a bicycle on the edge of a cobblestone street. Storefronts are along the street o...

Photograph

Picking Cherries

Date: 1919-07-15 

Description: Young men and woman pose with baskets and pails, and a girl stands by her bicycle at the Hotz cherry orchard. There are baskets, lids, and boxes of cherrie...

Date: 1923 

Description: A man with a walking stick stands on the shore of frozen Europe Lake. The Hotz boat house and pier are in the background.

Date: 2008 

Description: Since the 1930s, the busy corner on Michigan Street has been the site of a succession of gas stations that have continually evolved to reflect changes in t...

Photograph

Fish Creek Dock

Date: 1923-07 

Description: A large group stands on the pier at Fish Creek as a boat leaves. A barn-like warehouse stands on the pier; houses, boathouses, and outbuildings are visible...

Photograph

Church in Winter

Date: 1924-02 

Description: View from behind of two horses (probably pulling a sleigh) on a snowy road, now Highway 42, near Zion Lutheran Church in Sister Bay. The horse on the left...

Date: 1912 

Description: View looking west from the Hotz property on Fish Creek Beach. The Thorp bathhouse is on the left, with the Welcker bathhouses beyond. There are houses an...

Photograph

Sailing

Date: 1923 

Description: View across water of a small sailboat along the Door County shore.

Date: 1905 ca.

Description: Elevated winter scene with Sylvester Dankoler (b. 1895) standing on ice and mounds of snow near a broken pier along a shoreline. The shadow of the photogra...

Photograph

Winter Lane

Date: 1924-02 

Description: A small log sided building with roof ventilator, among other buildings, stands near the Wilms house along Cottage Row Road outside of Fish Creek. A low sto...

Date: 1963-05-05 ca.

Description: View of the remaining framework of an old fish-unloading track on the Lake Michigan shoreline. A wooded shoreline is beyond a pier in the far background.

Photograph

Mink River

Date: 1923 

Description: An unidentified man poses near a makeshift pier on the Mink River. A small boat with outboard motor is tied to the pier. The photographer's son Fedy (Ferd...

Date: 1920 ca.

Description: View from water of a man with a beard standing on a pier near a small boathouse. In the background is a lighthouse with keeper's house and outbuilding.

Photograph

Fish Creek

Date: 1918 ca.

Description: Winter scene looking east on Main Street (Highway 42), with wooden commercial buildings on both sides of the street. The building on the left, 4168 Main St...

Photograph

Fishing Village

Date: 1936 after

Description: View from water of a fishing village at Gills Rock, at the tip of the Door County Peninsula. Two boats, many nets, and three men are visible, along with a...

Photograph

Egg Harbor

Date: 1925 ca.

Description: View from low hill of a man standing as he is driving a team and wagon up Egg Harbor Road, traveling north. An automobile is parked in the foreground along...

Photograph

Fish Creek

Date: 1920 ca.

Description: View along shoreline towards a rustic foot bridge which crosses the mouth of Fish Creek, which separates the village of Fish Creek from Peninsula State Par...

Photograph

Two Men on Shore

Date: 1923 

Description: Two men, including Ferdinand L. (Fedy) Hotz, left, stand on the west shore of Spider Island off Door County. There is a small boat with an outboard motor...

Date: 1924-02 

Description: Three men stand behind a horse-drawn enclosed sleigh in front of the Lundberg Store on Fish Creek's Main Street. There is a second sleigh and horse in the...

Photograph

Chaudoir Dock

Date: 1963-04-16 

Description: Chaudoir Dock in Brussels. The shoreline is on the left and has rocks along its edge. In the background is Lake Michigan.

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