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Description: "Big bomber at the EAA Convention in Oshkosh."
Date: 1870 ca.
Description: Stereograph of business district.
Date: 1923 after
Description: The hangar and three airplanes (a Canuck and a J-1 Standard) at the airport operated by the Larson Brothers of Larsen, Wisconsin. The field was both the mo...
Description: "Experimental Aircraft at the EAA in Oshkosh."
Description: The Marathon Paper Corporation plant along the historic Fox River canal.
Description: The British Concord makes an appearance at the EAA in Oshkosh.
Description: "The Concorde carries 100 passengers, all in first class, and cruises at an altitude of 55,000 to 60,000 feet at twice the speed of sound (1350mph)."
Date: 1930 ca.
Description: This map shows city wards, streets, railroads, parks, Lake Butte Des Morts, Lake Winnebago, advertisements for Dixie Oils Gasoline, a list of Cook & Brown...
Description: This 1855 map of Winnebago County, Wisconsin, shows the township and range grid, towns, cities, villages, and post offices, roads, and lakes and streams.
Date: 1925 ca.
Description: A large, two-story wood building with nine over six windows identified as an inn; at the time of the photograph it served as the Butte des Morts Post Offic...
Description: View from bridge on river. Storefronts and homes line the road that stretches to the horizon.
Date: 1910 ca.
Description: Elevated view of houses and yards on Main Street between 2nd and 3rd Avenues. There is a large white house with a tower is the family home of the Walters w...
Description: Letterhead of Andrew Wilson of Oshkosh, Wisconsin, wholesale manufacturer of the "Climax" Spring Wagon and the Wilson Buckboard, with a three-quarter view...
Description: A performance by the Earl Cherry acrobatic team at the EAA Convention and Fly-in.
Description: View across street of a group of people posing on the front steps and and front porch of the Riverside Hotel on N. 1st Street opposite the railroad depot....
Description: Two men stand on a flat boat on Wolf River. They hold stringers of fish suspended from a wooden pole between them. Behind them is what may be a gas pump on...
Description: The supersonic Concorde frames "Fi-Fi," the only B-29 then still flying, at the Annual Convention and Fly-in of the Experimental Aircraft Association (EAA)...
Date: date unknown
Description: Looking west on to Public Square.
Description: Oshkosh Pure Ice and Coal Co. horse-drawn wagon as seen from the back. Two blocks of ice are visible in the wagon. Note on back: Sept. 15, 1926-4:30 pm. Ne...
Description: In 1934, Cook and Brown Lime and Coal built a super-service station with Art Deco stylings at 420 Division Street, which was previously occupied by a small...
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