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Description: A side view of vehicle manufactured by the Winther Motor and Truck Company, used to carry employees to and from work in mines. This vehicle was apparently...
Date: 1915 ca.
Description: Hotel Dayton in Kenosha.
Description: Unveiling of the Abraham Lincoln Statue in front of the Gilbert Simmons Memorial Library.
Description: Lake Shore Road in Somers.
Date: 1913 ca.
Description: Pawling & Harnischfeger 3-ton transfer crane with two 3-ton monorail hoists. The hoist on the left has an electromagnetic unit, and the one on the right ha...
Description: Two illegal gambling machines in the Paris Gardens, 6 miles west of Kenosha, on Highway 43. Three man area sitting at the bar.
Date: 1930 ca.
Description: The home of Rev. D.H. Deming. The house was built in 1858 on Kenosha Street near Deming Street.
Date: 1900 ca.
Description: The exterior wall along the Kenosha cemetery.
Description: Factory workers in the pleasure car assembly room of the Winther Motor and Truck Company.
Description: Streetcar manufactured by the Winther Motor and Truck Company.
Description: The Middle Street bridge over the Pike River.
Description: The play area for Roosevelt School.
Description: Workers (Mr. R. Kahlor and Mr. V. Downing, Chief Engineer) in the Drafting Room in the Winther Motor Company factory.
Description: Shops and stores on Main Street.
Date: 1870 ca.
Description: Kimball's Hall, one of the first brick buildings in Kenosha.
Date: 1877 ca.
Description: A large group of men, women and children having a picnic under the trees.
Date: 1918 ca.
Description: Women working on the automobile assembly line at Nash Motors (later American Motors) during World War I.
Description: Front cover featuring ten inset color illustrations of refrigerating machinery, refrigerators and store fixtures in use in the home and in shops.
Description: Workers in the Blacksmith Shop at Winther Motor and Truck Company.
Description: Gasoline rail car manufactured by the Winther Motor and Truck Company, situated on railroad tracks.
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