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Date: 1918 ca.
Description: Unidentified boy posed standing in the yard in front of a frame house, probably in Hartford.
Description: "Our waitress at the Break-A-Way was Lu Ann. Although the fish were very good, we waited over an hour for our food, probably the slowest service we have ex...
Description: Schoolgirl watches the monitor as she types her story on a word processor.
Description: Two men sitting in front of Hartford Store cucumber receiving station watch over polls on union election day. The ballot box is on the left side of the tab...
Description: "Jo Wery is our waitress at Round The Clock restaurant. She also is a meat cutter at Pick N Save. A perch place for $8.95, includes soup or salad and a sco...
Description: "Scoot Pastorius is shown with our Fish Fry's outside of J.O.'s, at 334 Main Street, Kewaskum. J.O.'s is primarily a take-out business."
Description: "On a cool, rainy evening, we visit the Country Inn on Silver Lake. Their address is 5602 Peters Drive, West Bend."
Date: 1890 ca.
Description: Driveway leading to the German Methodist Episcopal Church.
Date: 1900 ca.
Description: Christian Turck House built in 1835 by Turck who was a German immigrant.
Description: "Hammerin' Hank's is at 11 S. Main Street in Hartford, WI."
Description: "The Slinger House is at 100 W. Washington St. in Slinger, WI, at the intersection of Highway's 175 & 144."
Description: "Timmer's is on the southeast shore of Big Cedar Lake in Washington County. In the past it served as a hotel dating back to 1864." From left to right; Ralp...
Description: "The old wood train." It is a class H3 train built in 1880 by Manchester Locomotive Works. John Rhine, the engineer, is shown. A large group of men are sta...
Date: 1937 ca.
Description: Doorway of Weiss farm, residence of John Weiss, in the township of Saukville, Ozaukee County, one half mile from County Trunk Hwy Y near Washington County...
Description: The front entrance to the Maxon farmhouse.
Description: Robert Becker of the Lincoln Star Journal photographs the home in which his father grew up.
Date: date unknown
Description: Distant view of Holy Hill, from the south.
Description: Young girls costumed as Red Cross nurses for a parade, with a small wagon drawn by a pet dog decorated as a field “ambulance”.
Description: Bintzler-Geschke wedding dance.
Description: The chicken farm of Alfred Ruf on State Highway 3.
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