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Description: Carte-de-visite of a studio portrait of two girls posed in a small "boat" in front of a painted backdrop. They are wearing fancy dresses, and one girl hold...
Description: Bird's-eye map after a fire destroyed a large area of the town. In memory of the Great Conflagration on April 28th, 1875. Taken from the North-Side.
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: Kuebler Grocery Company, a meat market with a steer painted on its outside brick wall, on Main Street.
Date: 1909 ca.
Description: Hand-colored postcard view of Oshkosh High School in early spring. Several bare trees are the lawn in front of the school.
Description: This map shows city wards, streets, block and lot numbers, cemeteries, buildings, landownership, forests, railroads, a race course, quarries, and orchards....
Date: 1966-08-28 ca.
Description: Exterior view of a large, Tudor style mansion on the shores of Lake Winnebago.
Description: A view of the main building on the campus of the State Normal School.
Description: Factories on Custer Avenue. On the left is the Waite Carpet Co., and in the background is the CKL Machinery Co.
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...
Description: Diamond Match Company. At the time of its building it was the largest such factory in America.
Description: Letterhead of the L.W. Dukerschien Heating and Ventilation Company of Oshkosh, Wisconsin, with images of a boiler ("Particular Attention given to Remodelin...
Description: Portrait of Rosa Katz in her nurse's uniform at Mercy Medical Center.
Description: Exterior of Oshkosh Public Library. The entrance has six columns and a pediment at the top of a set of steps, and there is a dome on the roof. Reverse of c...
Description: This map of the business section of Oshkosh shows businesses and lot owners. The map is oriented with north to the left and includes 2 "continued inset" ma...
Description: This blueprint map shows subdivisions and additions. Streets, rivers, and land plots are labeled.
Description: Hand-colored view of a horse and carriage decorated for a parade. Jessie Jack Hooper, wearing a floral hat, holds a decorated parasol in the front seat. A...
Date: 1920 ca.
Description: Front cover of the Oshkosh 4-Wheel Drive Motor Truck catalog. Oshkosh Truck Corporation was founded in Oshkosh in 1917. Still headquartered in Oshkosh, t...
Date: 2010 date unknown
Description: Fred O. Petzold (1911-2011) of Oshkosh, Wisconsin, in a cardigan sweater and plaid shirt stands next to his workbench. His camouflage hunting clothing is h...
Date: 1871 ca.
Description: A view of the campus at the State Normal School. Established in 1871, headed by George S. Albee. In the early years of the school, tuition was free to all...
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