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Description: Winter scene of Sheboygan after a heavy snowfall. Mr. Henry C. Mueller can be seen on the top of the three-story building which he built in 1871.
Description: This map of Sheboygan County, Wisconsin, from the early 20th century shows school districts and school locations in the county. Also shown are the township...
Description: A view of downtown Sheboygan with a set of horse carts in front, stores, and in the distance a church steeple.
Description: Mrs. Caroline Meyer, 88, being crowned as queen of the day at the centennial program of the Town Mesne Farm Bureau. Mrs. Meyer was honored as the oldest mo...
Description: The Phoenix Chair factory on the waterfront.
Date: date unknown
Description: A smiling grandfather has his arm around a toddler granddaughter. A toddler boy is standing next to them. They are surrounded by chickens, and behind them...
Description: Rube Guyett and George Mandle with banjos in the Guyett Barber Shop.
Description: Boy's wheelbarrow produced at children's carriage factory.
Description: A view of south tweltfh street and a child standing in the center of the street.
Date: 1920 ca.
Description: Front view of the Wade House. The Wade House, one of the earliest stagecoach inns in Wisconsin, was built between 1847 and 1851 by Sylvanus Wade. It became...
Description: Behind a barbed wire fence a man is splitting log rounds into barrel staves. The staves are stacked neatly to dry.
Description: Rocking horse produced at children's carriage factory.
Description: Taylor residence, 3110 Erie Avenue, built in 1850 by Judge David Taylor. Restored for county museum use in 1953.
Description: Children's carriages manufacturing plant. The factory was purchased about 1875 by A.D. Crocker and his brothers and converted to furniture manufacturing.
Date: 1900 ca.
Description: An unidentified woman standing near a shed is feeding chickens and geese in the barnyard.
Description: Rocking horse with mane produced at children's carriage factory.
Description: Small child standing on the shoreline of a sandy beach, looking out at the waves, at Terry Andrae State Park on Lake Michigan.
Description: South Side Junior High School in Sheboygan.
Description: Bedroom in the 1929 Demonstration Home in Kohler, Wisconsin, decorated for a young boy. The spool bed is covered with a green, yellow and red India coverl...
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