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Description: Wisconsin Central Railway locomotive no. 221, the first "big engine" on the Wisconsin Central. Built by the Brooks Locomotive Works in 1898, and later ren...
Description: This Barton dam is the subject of a photo study. Anna Williams acts as a model.
Description: Kissel truck owned by Washington County entering a gravel pit.
Description: Letterhead of the Kewaskum Mutual Fire Insurance Company of Washington County, Wisconsin, with a Native American man wearing buckskin clothes and leggings...
Description: "The Jail House Restaurant is located SE of West Bend, at the corner of Hwy. M and Pleasant Valley Road."
Description: Large crowd of people gathered at the train station to see off Company D of the 5th Wisconsin National Guard Infantry. The soldiers, some leaning out of th...
Description: "Hammerin' Hank's is at 11 S. Main Street in Hartford, WI."
Description: Man mows grass with an International A tractor and mower. Caution flags are mounted on the tractor. Original caption reads: "International A used with an I...
Date: 1937 ca.
Description: Weiss farm, residence of John Weiss, in the township of Saukville, Ozaukee County, one half mile from County Trunk Hwy Y near Washington County line. Side...
Description: "Patti O's is at 121 Kettle Moraine Drive, North of Slinger."
Description: "This overhead at Addison carried Hwy 41 (later Hwy 175) over Hwy 33."
Description: A line of fifty "Bradford Cabs," manufactured by the Kissel Motor Car Company of Hartford, Wisconsin.
Date: 1918 ca.
Description: Trucks of the Four Wheel Drive Company of Clintonville manufactured at the Kissel Motor Car Company plant in Hartford during World War I, thus uniting in o...
Description: "Rusty's Pub-N-Grub at 1907 Highway 175, Richfield." From left to right; Carl Bernhard, Shirley Widmer, and Ralph "Buddy" Ruecker.
Description: Anna Williams walks the rail line.
Description: "The old wood train." It is a class H3 train built in 1880 by Manchester Locomotive Works. John Rhine, the engineer, is shown. A large group of men are sta...
Description: Clothes hanging and drying on clotheslines in front of migrant workers' barracks. Libby McNeil and Libby Company was a major employer of migrant farm worke...
Description: "Barth's Linden Inn is located on the West shore of Big Cedar Lake, between Slinger and West Bend on Hwy. 144." From left to right; Ralph "Buddy" Ruecker,...
Date: 1900 ca.
Description: View of Main Street, with horse-drawn vehicles.
Description: Advertisement from "Motor Age" magazine for the new White Eagle Speedster manufactured by the Kissel Motor Car Company of Hartford, Wisconsin. With 115 ho...
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