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Description: Sunday morning traffic on 8th Street in Manitowoc.
Description: Two boys wearing hats with veils are working near a hive box near a small tree. A swarm of bees are on the ground near and on the hive box. One of the boys...
Description: The annex to the Windiate Hotel was originally built adjacent to the Hotel at the east, but the annex was moved a block south. It is now a saloon and roomi...
Description: Studio portrait in front of a painted backdrop of Rose and Louis Meyer. Rose Swetlik (1892-1968) married Louis Meyer (1887-1949), a farmer, on February 28,...
Description: The Windiate Hotel located at York and Sixth Streets. The hotel was erected in 1854 and opened the same time as the mercantile store across the street. The...
Description: Elevated view across river of the S.S. Hyacinth of the U.S. Lighthouse Service being repaired at the Manitowoc Ship Building Company dock. The Fr...
Description: This map oriented with the north to the upper right is ink, mounted on cloth. The depths of the water are shown by soundings. A handwritten inscription on...
Description: Exterior view of the Turner Opera Hose with the Manitowoc County Courthouse in the background. Horses pull a wagonload of hay at right.
Description: View of the front of the public school, a three-story brick building. Wooden buildings are in the background on the left. In the foreground is a barbed wir...
Description: Overview winter scene with a large group of people skating on the frozen Manitowoc River between the 8th and 10th Street bridges. A dog trots across the ic...
Description: Schwartz house exterior with trees in the background.
Date: 1800 ca.
Description: This 19th-century manuscript map of the Town of Newton, Manitowoc County, Wisconsin, shows sections, lakes and streams, the trail from Chicago to Green Bay...
Description: Team of oxen pulling a wagon in front of Schuette Brothers store grain warehouse on a muddy Jay Street. The man standing with the oxen is likely Fred Wilke...
Date: 1895 ca.
Description: Women bringing lunch to the men working in the field. The men are harvesting grain using a horse-drawn grain binder.
Description: Map features a legend with symbols of points of interest. The symbols are in red. The back of the map has text on "Points of Interest and Information".
Description: Elevated view of Manitowoc, dominated by the Manitowoc County Court House.
Description: This blueprint map shows the land and its uses near Two Rivers Harbor. Lake Michigan is labeled on the left. Roads and buildings are also labeled. Original...
Description: Holocaust survivor Rabbi Mayer Relles at his home.
Description: This map shows the city limits, Lake Michigan, the Manitowoc River, Silver Creek, designated sample sites with manuscript annotations, central business dis...
Description: Bridge on the Manitowoc River raised to allow the Pere Marquette car ferry through. River dredging equipment can be seen in the foreground.
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