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Date: 1940 ca.
Description: Last covered bridge to remain standing in Wisconsin.
Description: "This is Rich's Restaurant at W63 N144 Washington Ave in Cedarburg." From left to right; Shirley Widmer, John Bodden, Carl Bernhard, and Ralph "Buddy" Ruec...
Description: A worker wipes his brow as he spreads asphalt on a driveway on a hot summer day.
Description: H.C. Wuesthoof places a milk canister into a 10 can McCormick-Deering Milk Cooler.
Date: 1962 after
Description: View from side of road towards the covered bridge, with the historical marker on the right. "This bridge was built by the town of Cedarburg on petition of...
Date: 1900 ca.
Description: Elevated view looking down Main Street. Text reads: "Main Street, Cedarburg, Wis."
Description: A traffic crossing guard reads while she waits for a Grafton elementary school to dismiss its students for the day.
Description: View of the central business area on Franklin Street. On the right corner is the "Fish Shanty" Restaurant and on the left is the Rexall Drugstore.
Description: Several men, including Frank Klug, pose on the blades of a windmill positioned on the roof of a building.
Date: date unknown
Description: Photographic postcard view across intersection towards Portland Place, a five-story stone building. There are pedestrians on the sidewalks on the left and...
Description: "Polar Bear Club of Port Washington."
Description: View across field towards the railroad bridge, seen with the construction almost completed. A man is standing in the middle of the bridge, and two or three...
Description: Government Pier.
Description: Button factory at the Wetzel residence. At one time, bone buttons were manufactured in this building.
Description: A distant view of St. Mary's Church. Looking north from the corner of Main and Franklin Streets.
Description: Letterhead of the West Side Fuel Company of Port Washington, Wisconsin, with cartoon-style drawings, printed in black ink, of workers mining coal with a pi...
Description: The William T. Bonniwell house, viewed from the southwest.
Description: Bundled-up boys ride their tubes down an icy slope in Mee-Kwon Park.
Date: 1920 ca.
Description: Old grist mill.
Description: Stony Hill School house where first Flag Day was celebrated on June 14, 1885.
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