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Description: Robert Becker of the Lincoln Star Journal photographs the home in which his father grew up.
Description: "Timmer's is on the southeast shore of Big Cedar Lake in Washington County. In the past it served as a hotel dating back to 1864." From left to right; Ralp...
Description: Students of the Slinger Grade School, pictured with their teachers, Miss Margaret O'Connell who taught grades one through five, and Mr. H.T. White who taug...
Description: "At Timmer's on big Cedar Lake, our likable waitress, Julie Buck, sits down and chats with us." Pictured (clockwise around the table, starting on the left)...
Description: Vintage aircraft always attract attention. In 1988 on their way to the EAA convention, the national organization of owners of World War II trainers made a...
Description: The Northwest elevation of the Maxon Farmhouse.
Description: Schoolgirl watches the monitor as she types her story on a word processor.
Date: 1918 ca.
Description: A Catholic Church in West Bend.
Description: "On a very foggy, rainy night we visit Raceway Pub and Grill at 711 E. Washington St. in Slinger, WI."
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...
Description: "The Country Retreat is midway between Hartford and Slinger on Hwy. 60. We are joined by Bob & Jean White of Williamston, MI. Bob and Jim were friends in t...
Description: Clothes hanging and drying on clotheslines in front of migrant workers' barracks. Libby McNeil and Libby Company was a major employer of migrant farm worke...
Description: "This overhead at Addison carried Hwy 41 (later Hwy 175) over Hwy 33."
Description: "At Raceway, Vicki, our waitress, joins our group that includes the Hren family, Kay, and her two children Parker and Carly. Vicki, tells us that her grand...
Description: A line of men and women standing in a parking lot holding up their protest signs. One calls for Donald Trump to release his tax records, another is in supp...
Description: "Reconstruction work is being done on Hwy 28, between Kewaskum and Hwy 41. This view is from the intersection of 28 and 41, looking due east."
Date: 1929 ca.
Description: Map shows townships and sections, landownership and acreages, roads, schools, school districts, churches, and cemeteries. Includes index of acreage tracts.
Date: 1920 ca.
Description: Washington County highway worker filling a Kissel-built truck with gravel and crushed rock.
Description: A man stands near scrap metal piled beside a dealership building. The metal was collected for a war time scrap drive.
Description: This Barton dam is the subject of a photo study. Anna Williams acts as a model.
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