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Description: Pen-and-ink and color on paper. Also shows probable routes of the French explorers Constant le Marchand de Lignery in 1728 and Louis de la Porte de Louvign...
Description: Shows lot and block numbers. Includes manuscript annotations showing original Wisconsin Central Railway line in red which reads: "Original W.C. Line in Men...
Date: date unknown
Description: People on recreational boats wait for the Menasha Locks to open into the Fox River.
Date: 1910 ca.
Description: The Nicolet Monument, erected by the Women's Clubs and unveiled in 1906.
Date: 1870 ca.
Description: Elevated view of City Square, where the Bank of Menasha is seen on the corner and Little Lake Butte des Mortes is in the distance.
Description: The Marathon Paper Corporation plant along the historic Fox River canal.
Description: Sanborn-Perris fire insurance maps for city of Menasha.
Description: A drawing from Harney's "History of Winnebago County" of E.L. Mathewson's home on Doty Island.
Description: Looking west on to Public Square.
Description: The Whiting Paper Mills before it was ruined by fire.
Description: View across railroad tracks of warehouses on the northern outskirts of Menasha which are leased by the Kimberly-Clark Paper Company. Trucks are parked alon...
Description: The home of R.M. Scott.
Description: A stereograph of the town square and Main Street. The three-story building visible in the center of the photograph was operated as the National Hotel. It w...
Description: Looking east on the water power. John Strange's Pail and Tub Factory can be seen at the right.
Description: Left side view of Chicago,Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway locomotive engine no. 901, class J2, built by Borrks Locomotive Works in 1887. Engineer Jake Rhyner...
Description: Sanborn-Perris Map of Menasha from 1900 page 7.
Date: 1963-09-29 ca.
Description: View across water of a railroad bridge along the side of a strip of industrial buildings. Railroad cars are stopped in front of the buildings.
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