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Date: 1902 ca.
Description: Exterior image of the Union Saloon. The saloon was owned by Joseph Krainik. Three men are standing on the entrance steps of the building and two men are st...
Date: 1880 ca.
Description: The schooner "S.M. Stephenson" was built in Manitowoc in 1880, weighing 511 gross tons. Its owner was A. Bigelow.
Description: Letterhead of the William Rahr Sons' Company of Manitowoc, Wisconsin, "Maltsters and Roasters", with an elevated view of the company building on one side o...
Description: Patricia Mullins (3rd from right) and her Mariner Scout Troop pose outdoors.
The uniform worn by Patricia Mullins is in the collections of the Wisconsin...
Date: 1888 ca.
Description: Men who worked for Schuette Brothers Store assembled in front of the store. There are horses on both sides of the photograph, and the one on the right is p...
Description: Elevated view of the Chicago & Northwestern Railway yards looking northwest. The elevator of the Northern Grain Company is in the middle distance.
Description: The launching of the screw passenger and freight vessel, "Petoskey," on April 20, 1888 at Burger and Burger Builders, Manitowoc, Wisconsin.
Date: 1900 ca.
Description: Engraved bird's-eye view of the wood shop, warehouse, machine shop, dry kilns, and foundry of the Manitowoc Seating Company. Several people pass in front o...
Date: 1912 ca.
Description: A single passenger awaits the arrival of a train at the Valders station. The train, which is a mixed local on the Manitowoc line, is being pulled by Minnea...
Date: date unknown
Description: This plat map shows numbered blocks and lots, wards, local streets, railroads, cemeteries, buildings, land ownership by name, and parts of Manitowoc River...
Date: 1910 ca.
Description: Church, probably named St. Nazianz, at least unofficially; no source is quite clear on this. In 1845, Father Ambrose Oschwald, hoping to free his co-relig...
Description: Manitowoc and Two Rivers Railway streetcar full of passengers.
Description: USS "Peto" (SS-265), a Gato-class submarine, was a ship of the United States Navy named for the peto, a sharp-nosed tropical fish of the mackerel family. "...
Description: A street in St. Nazianz.
Date: 1903 ca.
Description: This map shows lakes, roads, railroads, townships, and land ownership by name. Counties are colored red, blue, or yellow. Lake Michigan is labeled. Also i...
Description: Street parade rig, apparently to agitate against delays in construction of a railroad to connect Manitowoc to the west. In the background is a store owned...
Description: Panoramic view of downtown at the intersection of 8th and Washington Streets. The Manitowoc County Courthouse is at the right. Residences and churches can...
Description: Shows routes, post offices, schools, churches, houses, roads, and collection boxes of the rural delivery service of Manitowoc County. Bottom margins read:...
Description: Elevated view of the ship the Charles C. West splashing into the Manitowoc River with a large crowd gathered to watch.
Description: Exterior of early McDonald's Restaurant.
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