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Date: 1900 ca.
Description: Christian Turck House built in 1835 by Turck who was a German immigrant.
Date: 1890 ca.
Description: Front entrance to the German Methodist Episcopal Church.
Description: Several young people pause behind the fence to look at a midway ride in action at the Washington County Junior Fair.
Description: "The Amber Inn is in Slinger on Highway 60, about a mile west of the intersection with Highway 175." From left to right; Ralph "Buddy" Ruecker, Ralph Widme...
Date: 1910 ca.
Description: A group of children are praying with hands clasped in fron of the second station of the cross on Holy Hill, near Hartford, Wisconsin.
Description: Advertisement from "Motor Age" magazine for the new White Eagle Speedster manufactured by the Kissel Motor Car Company of Hartford, Wisconsin. With 115 ho...
Description: "Victoria, the owner, was our waitress at Victoria's Cornerstone Inn, Kewaskum." From left to right; Victoria, Ralph "Buddy" Ruecker, and Shirley Widmer.
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: Bird's-eye map of Hartford.
Description: This 1910 map from the U.S. Post Office Dept. shows rural delivery routes, active and discontinued post offices, collection boxes, selected rural landowner...
Description: Driveway leading to the German Methodist Episcopal Church.
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: Postcard of the Stork Brewery facilities. The image includes the brewery buildings along a hillside and railroad tracks in the foreground. There is a sign...
Description: "The Slinger House is at 100 W. Washington St. in Slinger, WI, at the intersection of Highway's 175 & 144."
Description: Robert Becker of the Lincoln Star Journal photographs the home in which his father grew up.
Date: 1938 ca.
Description: The FulWeiler house was built before the Civil War and owned by Henry FulWeiler. During the time of an Indian scare around 1862, settlers had planned to fo...
Description: "Jo Wery is our waitress at Round The Clock restaurant. She also is a meat cutter at Pick N Save. A perch place for $8.95, includes soup or salad and a sco...
Description: A man stands near scrap metal piled beside a dealership building. The metal was collected for a war time scrap drive.
Date: 1975 ca.
Description: The birthplace of Augusta (Koepsell) Graese. The building has now been moved to the site of Old World Wisconsin at Eagle, Wisconsin.
Description: "Parker & Carly Hren, join us at Jan's Slinger Cafe , in Slinger WI." From left to right; Parker Hren, Ralph "Buddy" Ruecker, Ralph Widmer, Carly Hren, Shi...
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