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Date: 1950 ca.
Description: View of the Butternut House without the cupola. The Butternut House was the residence of Sylvanus Wade's eldest daughter and her husband.
Description: An advertising billboard for Old Wade House and the Wesley W. Jung Carriage Museum.
Description: Ambrotype of the Wade House, a carriage inn located in Greenbush, also showing a section of the original plank road in the foreground.
Reference Number: 80324
Description: Rudolf Herrling farm looking west from the sawmill platform. Three men are near horses and carts in a fenced-in area. In the background is the farmhouse.
Date: 1952 ca.
Description: View of the Butternut House, a Kohler Foundation restoration project. The home was erected in the early 1850's by Charles W. Robinson, son-in-law of Sylvan...
Date: 1920 ca.
Description: View from road of the exterior of Wade House. Children and adults are posed seated and standing on the porch and balcony.
Historic Name: Wade, Sylvanus, House
Reference Number: 71000041
Description: View of Mullet River, showing the former site of a grist mill and dam.
Date: 1890 ca.
Description: A view from the west of the Herrling sawmill.
Description: Herbert V. Kohler, Jr. presented with an oversized wooden mallet at the grand opening of the rebuilt Herrling Sawmill. He is wearing a suit with a boutonni...
Reference Number: 82038
Description: View of the north elevation of the Wade House. The Wade House, one of the earliest stagecoach inns in Wisconsin, was built between 1847 and 1851 by Sylvanu...
Description: A young woman civil war re-enactor pets a horse. More horses can be seen in background.
Date: 1860 ca.
Description: The oldest known image of the Wade House (taken from Ambrotype) with the Sheboygan/Fond du Lac Plank Road in the foreground.
Description: View of the First Methodist Church with two women standing on the church steps. The church was built in 1854 by Charles Robinson, the builder of Butternut...
Historic Name: Robinson-Herrling Sawmill
Reference Number: 84000685
Description: "Civil War reenactors stand at attention at Greenbush."
Historic Name: Kettle Moraine State Forest N. Unit Shelter
Reference Number: 77171
Description: View of the east elevation of the Wade House. The Wade House, one of the earliest stagecoach inns in Wisconsin, was built between 1847 and 1851 by Sylvanus...
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