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Description: Veterans of World War I were among the participants in the Memorial Day parade. From left to are Frank Austin, Frank Hermen and Peter C. Vanden Huevel.
Date: 1910 ca.
Description: St. John's Church and school.
Date: 1962-08-04 ca.
Description: A boat travels up the Fox River. In the background are a canal and locks and factory smokestacks.
Date: 1890 ca.
Description: A shrine put up by J.H. Van Niel, who came over with Fr. Van den Broek. Destroyed about 1895.
Date: 1930 ca.
Description: Construction of St. John's Church was begun around 1860, but the building was interrupted by the Civil War, therefore it was consecrated in 1869. Charles A...
Description: A high school in Little Chute.
Description: Fox River lock in Little Chute.
Description: Joseph R. McCarthy in the home of friends Urban and Margery Van Susteren of Little Chute, on the morning after his election to the U.S. Senate. Van Sustere...
Date: 1865 ca.
Description: Zeeland Mills, built in 1862 by John Verstegen. The flour mill was 36' x 50', four stories and had "two runs of stone." It was still operating in 1911.
Description: The Roman Catholic Church. The arch in front of the door has the names of the priests who had served here beginning with Rev. Father Van den Brock. Over th...
Description: An inscription over the entrance of the Van Niel house.
Description: Little Chute's Grand Avenue.
Description: A section of the Little Chute dam.
Date: 1900 ca.
Description: The Van Niel home.
Date: 1898 ca.
Description: Main Street in Little Chute looking towards Kaukauna; the arch is at the intersection of the street that leads to the Chicago & Northwestern Depot.
Description: What is believed to be the oldest tavern in Little Chute, built in 1850's. It was later known as Mrs. Benoit's home.
Description: The Fox River seen from the hill behind the Catholic Church and looking toward the combined locks. Also seen in the distance is a paper mill.
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