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Description: Two men stand in the open back of a pickup truck. The truck, equipped with chains on the rear tires, has driven down a wooden ramp onto the ice. There is...
Description: Aunt Helen and Syl stand bundled up against the cold just outside a door to a house with a snow-covered yard behind them.
Description: Two men stand in the open bed of a pickup truck as a third person walks away. The truck, equipped with snow tires, is parked on the ice just offshore.
Description: Two men stand in the open bed of a pickup truck parked on the ice. There is a rudimentary plank ramp in the foreground. Buildings are faintly visible on t...
Date: 1918 ca.
Description: Ferdinand Hotz poses wearing snowshoes at his cottage in Fish Creek, now 4108 Main Street. There is a large snowdrift in the foreground.
Description: View of the stone garage and tower at the Hotz Fish Creek compound on Egg Harbor Road, now Highway 42. There is a rustic lattice fence and gate along the r...
Description: Winter scene with four women, a man and a child, all well-dressed, posing on the ice wearing ice skates. Other skaters are behind them.
Caption reads: "Sy...
Description: The Hotz cottage, garage, and stone tower are seen through a stand of birch trees from the base of the bluff in Fish Creek. There is snow on the ground.
Description: Snowy landscape with evergreens and birches below the bluff at Fish Creek.
Description: Two dead bucks with locked antlers are nearly buried in snow. The heads were mounted and hung in the Hotz family Europe Lake cottage until they were stolen...
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...
Description: Holiday card of the Sister Bay, Wisconsin, lakeshore. Three figures appear on the shore. Two boathouses, a covered boat, a pier, and two upright boats appe...
Description: Elevated view of rows of fruit trees standing near an apple storage barn with a stone foundation and several dormers. The Green Bay is visible in the back...
Date: 1908 ca.
Description: Hand-colored postcard view of Lover's Leap in Sturgeon Bay during Winter. The view is from the frozen lake looking toward a lighthouse on shore.
Date: 1920 ca.
Description: Three men work with an iceboat on Lake Michigan. The sail and boom lie on the ice.
Description: One of the Hotz Fish Creek cottage stands covered with snow among birch and evergreen trees.
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...
Date: 1912 ca.
Description: Winter scene with a bearded man standing in deep snow among birch and conifer trees at the base of the bluff at Fish Creek. He is wearing a fur hat and hea...
Date: 1915 after
Description: Winter view of the Coast Guard Life Saving Station at Baileys Harbor. Snow has drifted on the shore, where a small boat rests.
Description: View from below a bluff, through evergreens and birch trees, looking up at the Hotz Fish Creek compound. The stone garage and tower are on the left.
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