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Date: date unknown
Description: A distant view of Weyauwega, taken from a dirt road. The backs of various businesses and homes are visible, along with a lake and railroad cars.
Description: The First Presbyterian Church in Weyauwega
Description: Bird's-eye map of Weyauwega.
Description: Exterior view of a filling station built to resemble a teepee.
Date: 1901-07-04 after
Description: A view of a park with benches, a gazebo, and a Civil War soldiers monument. The monument was dedicated on July 4, 1901.
Date: 1899 after
Description: View of Hotel Hutchinson, situated at the corner of two streets. The entrance stands beneath a bell tower and a group of boys, some with bicycles, stands...
Date: 1902 after
Description: A view of the Waupaca County Asylum facade. The entire structure consists of three buildings connected by windowed passageways. The building is symmetric...
Date: 1905 ca.
Description: First National Bank in Weyauwega.
Description: A horse-drawn carriage crosses the Mill Street Bridge while another carriage parks near the grain elevator.
Date: 1880 after
Description: A view of the Weyauwega Train Depot building, platform, and railroad tracks. Signs on the building read, "Agency Western Express Co." and "Western Express...
Description: A view of the facade and side of the St. Peter's Evangelical Lutheran Church. The Gothic Revival-style structure has two steeples, the larger to the right...
Description: Weyauwega commercial district with writing that says "Wish you were here with us, Mrs. P.M. Olfson"
Description: Letterhead of Wolf River Lines, a telephone company in Weyauwega, Wisconsin, with telephone poles and wires spanning a river with silhouettes of buildings...
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