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Description: The Queen of the Lake boat launch on State Highway 23 in Green Lake County.
Date: date unknown
Description: Ladders extend into the quarry at Wisconsin Granite Company, and factory buildings and towers can be seen above. Three men stand near a railroad car at th...
Description: Cities Service gasoline station at the intersection of Highway 49 and County Highway F in Berlin in Green Lake County.
Description: View of Nathan Strong Park, an recreation area set aside in 1848. The park features a Volunteer Soldiers and Sailors Monument, topped with a soldier holdi...
Description: Abandoned windmill and cistern seen along State Highway 23 in Green Lake County.
Description: A man stands outside the rock crusher at the Wisconsin Granite Company quarry. To the right, railroad tracks span the side of the building.
Description: A wooden bench provides a place to look across the Fox River from the left bank. Buildings stand on either side of the river and the opposite shore is hea...
Description: Exterior of Pacific Coast Condensed Milk Company, founded in 1899 by E. B. Stuart. Signs on the factory building read, "None Equal," "The Modern Milk Man,...
Description: A rowboat floats along the shore of the Fox River near a small tree. Beyond this, a wooden building stands on the shore and other buildings are visible...
Date: 1949 ca.
Description: View of the ruins of St. Mary's Church.
Description: Exterior of Sherwood Forest Hotel, opened around 1873 by John C. Sherwood. The view includes trees in the foreground and plants surrounding the two-story...
Description: A row of Victorian dwellings stands opposite a dirt road, seen from the north side of Nathan Strong Park. The second home from the left was built in 1882...
Description: Typical Wisconsin barn and silos located on Green Lake County Highway A, located in the southeast corner of Section 23, Town 14N, Range 13E.
Date: 2009 ca.
Description: Interior view of Thrasher Opera House auditorium wall with replicated stencil work and period replica sconces.
Description: View of the Fox River. A railroad track on the right bank extends toward buildings of the city.
Description: Exterior of Lawsonia Country Club Hotel, which opened to the public in 1930. Outside the building, stairs lead to the shore of Green Lake.
Description: Dr. E.A. Birge in his element, reading an anemometer of the weather data station on Green Lake.
Description: Painted sign on the brick wall outside the Princeton Brewing Company. The brewery operated from ca. 1860 to 1937.
Description: View of Lawsonia Country Club Hotel from the opposite bank of Green Lake. The hotel opened to the public in 1930.
Description: A Carrie-Craft catamaran houseboat on lift at the Carrie-Craft factory.
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