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Description: Thomas B. Jeffery's first Rambler automobile during a test for strength in Kenosha, Wisconsin.
Date: 1918 ca.
Description: Women working on the automobile assembly line at Nash Motors (later American Motors) during World War I.
Description: Kemper Hall on the shore of Lake Michigan with the Durkee Mansion and Simmons Gymnasium in background.
Date: date unknown
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.
Date: 1880 ca.
Description: The Kenosha water cure on the corner of N. Main and Grand Avenue. It was built in the 1840's for educational and religious purposes. It burned down in 1900...
Description: A truck with an attached crane manufactured by the Winther Motor and Truck Company.
Description: Engraving of a wooden shack on a Lake Michigan beach surrounded by rowboats, a campfire, and a wooded bluff. Two men stand on the beach near the water.
Date: 1838 ca.
Description: Ox-drawn cart in which Mr. and Mrs. Salmon Upson traveled from Connecticut in 1838.
Description: Man driving International truck utilized by K*A*T Corporation for multi-automobile hauling.
Date: 1965 ca.
Description: Assembly line of the American Motors Company, formerly Nash Motors, in Kenosha.
Description: The third of Kenosha County courthouses, located on the corner of Sheridan and 56th Street. The courthouse cost $1,000,000 to construct.
Date: 1930 ca.
Description: Tenth and Fifty-seventh Streets, with early houses, car and barn.
Description: Campaign poster for Judge C.E. Randall. The poster features Uncle Sam holding up a sheet of paper with the quarter-length portrait of the candidate printed...
Description: This map has relief shown by hachures and soundings and shows local streets, proposed roads, railroads, bridge wharfs, basin, north arm, and west arm of Ke...
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. Through a larg...
Description: Interior of the Winther Motor and Truck Company factory showing finished truck frames.
Description: Napkin from Brewmaster's Pub in Kenosha advertising itself as the Midwest's first brew pub. The graphic on the napkin includes a beer stein and a stalk of...
Date: 1860 ca.
Description: The Durkee House built by Charles Durkee in 1843.
Description: The Durkee house, residence of Charles Durkee.
Description: Looking down Main Street.
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