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Description: Children's carriages manufacturing plant. The factory was purchased about 1875 by A.D. Crocker and his brothers and converted to furniture manufacturing.
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: Two seat children's carriage with small tasselled canopy, produced at children's carriage factory.
Date: 1893 ca.
Description: This map shows wards, railroads, street cars, streets, lot and block numbers, landownership, parks, hospitals, the Sheboygan River, and Lake Michigan. War...
Description: Front view of children's carriage produced at children's carriage factory.
Description: Elevated view of wreck of a Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Paul Railroad freight train. The derailment is so severe that the train station has been knocked off...
Date: 1950 ca.
Description: View of the First Methodist Church and the corner of the Service Building. The church was built in 1854 by Charles Robinson, the builder of Butternut House...
Description: This map shows Lake Michigan, the Sheboygan River, buildings, streets, churches, industrial yards, and parks. Relief is shown by hachures and depths are sh...
Date: date unknown
Description: A group of men are working on sawing logs into smaller pieces. In the foreground, an unidentified man is holding a large piece of tree trunk.
Description: View of the Butternut House without the cupola. The Butternut House was the residence of Sylvanus Wade's eldest daughter and her husband.
Description: This blueprint map shows the Sheboygan River, buildings, and roads in the vicinity of the harbor. The map has explanations including "dredging required to...
Description: Children's carriage with retracted canopy, produced at children's carriage factory.
Description: An early wood chipper with belts and a steam engine is closely watched by the William Fiebelkorn farm workers. The postcard is addressed to Anna Fiebelkorn...
Description: Two women sit pensively on stone benches on either side of a muddy gravel path. The one on the left is Elsie. Near her in the background are four children....
Date: 1890 ca.
Description: View down a residential street.
Date: 1952 ca.
Description: View of Mullet River, showing the former site of a grist mill and dam.
Description: Interior view of the Holy Redeemer Church, also called the "German Catholic" church, decorated for Father Dreis's funeral.
Description: This maps shows voting precincts and polling places as well as wards. Streets and the Sheboygan River are labeled. The bottom right of the map features a l...
Description: View across barnyard towards five men on the William Fiebelkorn farm working with a wagon and conveyor belt to load hay into a silo. The barn has a stone f...
Description: View of the Butternut House, a Kohler Foundation restoration project. The home was erected in the early 1850's by Charles W. Robinson, son-in-law of Sylvan...
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