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Description: Exterior view of the Babcock home, a Queen Ann style structure at 537 E. Wisconsin Avenue. People, presumably the Babcock family, are standing in front of...
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: "Assembled around the table are:(standing left to right) J.P. Widmer, Buddy Ruecker, and our waitress Erica. (Seated left to right) Brenda Wilz, Quinn (fri...
Description: Mary Alice Martinez from Appleton is picketing to boycott grapes. She is carrying two signs. On the right, "Boycott Grapes in Neenah and everywhere." On th...
Date: date unknown
Description: View of street. People walking and riding on horse and buggies. One building reads "E. SMTH'S BLOCK".
Description: A description of this photograph provided by Ernst Schmidt reads, "The government river inspection boat with the 'Mystery' tied to her and the 'Bottoms Up'...
Date: 1910 ca.
Description: Panoramic view showing lake in distance.
Description: Crew members are on their boats as they are towed into the harbor at Neenah after competing in the Inland Lake Yachting Association Regatta. Two other boat...
Description: Industrial area with view of Kimberly Clark Mill and other unidentified mills.
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.
Date: 1909 ca.
Description: Clark Hospital.
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: View of the Fox River with power plants and paper mills.
Date: 1912 ca.
Description: Signs on building read: "Old Partner Tobacco"; "Wisconsin Bag & Burlap Co."; "M. Burstein [ ] and Associates Paper Stock".
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...
Description: Copy of an artist's rendering of the exterior view of the Neenah Public Library. The lower right corner reads: "Van Ryn & DeGelleke Architects, Milwaukee,...
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: 1936 ca.
Description: Home of James Duane Doty on Doty's Island, "the loggery." Northeast elevation.
Description: These manuscript drawings show the profile of the Neenah Dam, between Lake Winnebago and Little Lake Butte des Morts on the Fox River in Winnebago County,...
Date: 1963-09-30 ca.
Description: View of a canal running between the Neenah Paper Company and the J.W. Hewitt Machine Company.
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