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Date: 1925 ca.
Description: A large wooden classical revival style building identified as the Kellogg Tavern in Kellogg's Corner, part of Somers township.
Description: Thirteen children ranging from toddler-age to early elementary school-age are tended by several women in the playroom of a nursery run by the Kenosha Count...
Date: 1860 ca.
Description: The Durkee House built by Charles Durkee in 1843.
Date: 1900 ca.
Description: Church built by Austin Kellogg and his brothers around 1837 and was completed in 1840. It is the first Protestant church in this section of the state. An a...
Date: 1910 ca.
Description: The Pennoyer Sanitarium, later called the Pennoyer Home. The structure was built in 1890 on the north end of Milwaukee Avenue. It was later used as St. Cat...
Description: Interior view of the Gilbert M. Simmons Public Library. The library opened in 1900 and was funded with a gift of $150,000 from G.M. Simmons. On the right i...
Date: date unknown
Description: View along tracks towards the depot with a tall train order signal near the doorway. A chalkboard schedule is posted near a window. Luggage and a pile of s...
Description: A map showing the roads, railroads, towns, cities and villages, streams and lakes, airports, schools, churches, cemeteries, and golf courses in Kenosha Cou...
Date: 1920 ca.
Description: The Simmons Public Library and the Lincoln monument.
Description: The home of I.G. Merrill on the corner of Ann Street (now called Sheridan Road) and Prairie Avenue.
Description: A Baptist church in Kenosha built in 1848 that is now no longer standing.
Date: 1905 ca.
Description: Kemper Hall on the shore of Lake Michigan with the Durkee Mansion and Simmons Gymnasium in background.
Description: A Congregational Church in Kenosha.
Description: Label for Friarswood Dark Lager brewed by Brewmasters' Pub, Ltd. The label features a drawing of the renovated masonry barn that houses the brew pub.
Description: Turning basin, view east from ex-Haas property. There is a water tower on the right, and houses, boathouses and other buildings are along the shoreline to...
Date: 1870 ca.
Description: Kimball's Hall, one of the first brick buildings in Kenosha.
Description: Kenosha City Hall and Public Square.
Description: Exterior view of the wagon shop of John B. Pirsch of Kenosha whose father, Nicholas Pirsch, had begun building buggies and wagons in 1857. Several men pose...
Description: Church built by Austin Kellogg and his brothers around 1837 and completed in 1840. It was the first Protestant church in this section of the state. An addi...
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