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Description: "On a cool, rainy evening, we visit the Country Inn on Silver Lake. Their address is 5602 Peters Drive, West Bend."
Description: Plat map of the Germantown Township.
Description: "Patti O's is at 121 Kettle Moraine Drive, North of Slinger."
Description: "Rusty's Pub-N-Grub at 1907 Highway 175, Richfield." From left to right; Carl Bernhard, Shirley Widmer, and Ralph "Buddy" Ruecker.
Description: The Northwest elevation of the Maxon Farmhouse.
Description: Elevated view of the Kettle Moraine area from Holy Hill.
Date: 1910 ca.
Description: View of the steps leading up to the Carmelite Church of Our Lady, Help of Christians.
Description: Young girls costumed as Red Cross nurses for a parade, with a small wagon drawn by a pet dog decorated as a field “ambulance”.
Date: 1918 ca.
Description: A Catholic Church in West Bend.
Date: 1905 ca.
Description: View of Main Street.
Description: View of the Carmelite Church of Our Lady, Help of Christians and the nearby grotto.
Description: The Washington County Court House.
Description: An advertisement for the Kissel Custom Built Car published in the June, 1927 issue of the "Wisconsin Motorist" magazine, page 13. The company was the Kisse...
Date: 1920 ca.
Description: View of Holy Hill and Hillside Hotel.
Description: Workers leaving the Kissell Motor Car Company have their identification badges checked. The Hartford company was then building trucks of the Four Wheel Dr...
Description: A line of fifty "Bradford Cabs," manufactured by the Kissel Motor Car Company of Hartford, Wisconsin.
Date: 1937 ca.
Description: Barn, smoke house, and bake house at Weiss farm, residence of John Weiss, in the township of Saukville, Ozaukee County, one half mile from County Trunk Hwy...
Date: 1890 ca.
Description: Front entrance to the German Methodist Episcopal Church.
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...
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