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Date: 1915 ca.
Description: A view of the Oshkosh Public Museum in the winter months. Formerly the home of Edgar Sawyer. The home was built in 1908 and became a museum in 1924.
Description: Log entrance of the Paine Lumber Co. Edward L. Paine founded the lumber mill in 1853 on the east bank of the Fox River.
Description: Diamond Match Company. At the time of its building it was the largest such factory in America.
Description: Downtown street scene near Commercial and Canal Streets. This image was used in a Circuit Court case.
Date: 1920 ca.
Description: A view of the Oshkosh Public Museum, formerly the Sawer Foundation and the residence of Edgar Sawyer. The home was built in 1908 and became a museum in 192...
Date: 1906 ca.
Description: The Nicolet Monument
Description: An illustration depicting the cheese factory and dry goods store of J.G. Pickett at Pickett's Station.
Date: date unknown
Description: Diamond Match Factory. At the time it was built, it was the largest factory of its kind in America.
Date: 1910 ca.
Description: A view of Paine Lumber Company from across the Fox River. Was founded in 1853 by Edward L. Paine, located on the east bank of the Fox River.
Description: The Nicolet Monument, erected by the Women's Clubs and unveiled in 1906.
Description: Home of Philetus Sawyer’s son Edgar. Built in 1908, it became the home of the Oshkosh Public Museum in the 1920s. It still stands (with additions) at 133...
Description: A view of the North Station of the Chicago and North Western Railway in Oshkosh.
Description: Downtown street scene and alley near Commercial and Canal Streets. This image was used in a Circuit Court case.
Description: "The Captain of the Concorde hobnobbed with the people at the EAA."
Date: 1955 ca.
Description: A distant view of the residence of J.H. Osborn. Osborn moved to Oshkosh in 1844 from New York City. He farmed, traded real estate, and was involved in loca...
Description: Looking west on to Public Square.
Date: 1907 ca.
Description: Boat "Thistle" with riders on Fox River. People standing on shore.
Description: A young pilot at the EAA Convention.
Description: The Philteus Sawyer residence located on the northwest corner of Algoma and West Algoma Streets. Sawyer was mayor of Oshkosh from 1863-1864, and became a U...
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