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Description: View of the office building occupied by James Duane Doty during the 1820s when he was additional judge for the U.S. Circuit Court of Michigan Territory. T...
Description: Man on horse-drawn wagon loaded with sacks in front of Lee & Diebels Company.
Description: View of Green Bay from the top of St. Willibrord's Church. A river can be seen in the background.
Date: 1961-12-29 ca.
Description: View from across street of the window display for Newman's "The Store of Fashions", which featured numerous "Titletown U.S.A." signs. The Packers were abou...
Date: 1889 ca.
Description: Elevated view of South Jefferson and Doty Streets, showing the Albert Weiss and Platt Greene residences and the present location of the Columbus Club, Kell...
Description: View of the bridge over the Fox river, and the Nicolet Paper Company in the distance.
Date: 1873 ca.
Description: At the De Pere depot, the first train operated by the Milwaukee & Northern Railway. This train made its first run to Green Bay on June 25, 1873, and this p...
Description: This map shows railroads, street car lines, wards, private claims, parks, railroad yards and depots, and cemeteries. The map is oriented with north to uppe...
Date: 1957 ca.
Description: Aerial view of Lambeau Field (known as City Stadium from 1957 to 1965), home the Green Bay Packers football team, with a full parking lot. The capacity of...
Description: View of the bridge under construction, and a crane atop the structure. Eight men stand on the bridge with the Nicolet Paper Company in the distance to the...
Description: View of three women standing in front of the Captain John Cotton house. Also known as "Beaupre", this Greek Revival style house was built in 1842 for Cotto...
Description: Maud McCreery speaking from the back seat of a car during a Women's Suffrage in Wisconsin Campaign. Mrs. McCreery was a women's suffrage activist who worke...
Description: Letterhead of the Farmers Exchange Bank of Green Bay, Wisconsin, with a three-quarter view of the bank building and people walking on the sidewalk. There a...
Date: 1931 ca.
Description: This map shows streets and highways, street car and bus lines, railroads, depots, schools, wards, and points of interest. The map is oriented with the nort...
Date: 1930 ca.
Description: Gas station. The Tudor-revival style of this station represents gas station owners' trend to adopt domestic architectural styles as they moved into residen...
Date: 1905-11-10 ca.
Description: A motor boat, named "Quo Vadis", in the lake in front of St. Joseph's orphan asylum.
Date: 1920 ca.
Description: Charcoal kiln in ruins, with electric power lines in background.
Date: 1953 ca.
Description: Front view of the Captain John Cotton residence. Also known as "Beaupre", this Greek Revival style house was built in 1842 for Cotton, a retired U.S. Army...
Description: View of church.
Description: This map shows streets, wards and precincts, parks, schools, and points of interest. The maps is oriented with north to the upper left. The map includes a...
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