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Date: 1907 after
Description: Exterior view of the Babcock home, a Queen Anne style structure at 537 E. Wisconsin Avenue. The family stands on the porch.
Description: The "old stone barn" built by the Reeds as early settlers, now used by a member of the city police department as a family residence.
Description: Garden, entrance to swimming pool, and pavilion at the Donald Shepard residence, originally the Smith house, built by the son of the founder of the Menasha...
Date: 1900 ca.
Description: "A very remarkable instance of this kind of tree, Council Tree was the so-called "Treaty Elm" that stood at the extremity of the point of land jutting into...
Date: 1870 ca.
Description: Stereograph view of the flour mill district. The Cedar Street Bridge is in the background, and the mills are, right to left going back, the Winnebago Flour...
Date: 1910 ca.
Description: Public Library, established in 1882, was erected at a cost of $30,000, of which Andrew Carnegie contributed $12,500. The balance was raised by public subsc...
Description: This maps shows what may be Ho Chunk Native American burial mounds. Also noted on the map is the Fox River, the Doty homestead, stockade embankment, the We...
Date: 1878 ca.
Description: Line drawing of first paper mill in Neenah, Wisconsin, built in 1865-66 and called the Neenah Paper Mill; it was run by a stock company composed of Nathan...
Date: 1920 ca.
Description: Old Stone Barn, built by Harrison Reed in 1847.
Description: Exterior of the home of James Duane Doty on Doty's Island, "the loggery."
Date: 1887 ca.
Description: Exterior of the First Ward School.
Description: Doty's Loggery. Caption printed under image reads: "Governor James Duane Doty, in 1845, built this log house on Doty's Island (Menasha), and resided there...
Description: A small group of children sits on the front stairs of a high school.
Description: Stereograph of flour mill district. The Walnut Street bridge is in the background and the mill to the right is the Atlantic Mills (Neenah Stone Mills in 18...
Date: 1948 ca.
Description: Exterior view of the Octagon House.
Description: Side view of Fourth Ward School, surrounded by wooden fence.
Date: 1940 ca.
Description: Exterior of Octagon House. Neenah's octagon house has the virtue of simplicity. As its topside ornament, it has a flagpole instead of a cupola.
Date: 1949 ca.
Description: Doty's Loggery, the home of James Duane Doty. This view shows the batten treatment in the ceiling of the bedroom.
Date: 1846 ca.
Description: This plat map, which features the very early spelling of Wisconsin as "Wiskonsin", was created sometime between 1846 and 1854 and shows a canal and dam on...
Description: Line drawing of first paper mill in Neenah, Wisconsin, built in 1865-66 and called the Neenah Paper Mill; it was run by a stock copany composed of Nathan C...
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