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Description: "Standing at the Weber Brewery, 'Gebby' Weber holds a photo that appeared in the March 19, 1961 Milwaukee Journal shortly before the brewery's demise."
Description: Firemen James Fraser and Philip Statz (left to right in the driver's seat) are demonstrating how the old wooden spoke-wheeled 1915 foam fire truck chugged...
Description: Men and women pose in a household scene constructed on an International C-line truck for use in a parade on Egg Day at the Western Washington Fair. The par...
Date: date unknown
Description: The bare structure of Marshfield's first hotel.
Date: 1910 ca.
Description: Elevated view over the ox-bow of the Bark River in early morning. Buildings, dwellings and barns are in the foreground at the bottom of the hill, and a bri...
Description: Public Library, established in 1882, was erected at a cost of $30,000, of which Andrew Carnegie contributed $12,500. The balance was raised by public subsc...
Description: View from interior of truck of factory workers tending to partially-assembled trucks as they move down an assembly line at International Harvester's Spring...
Description: Interior of the Winfield Martin house, 2906 Lakeland Avenue (earlier address: 611 Elmside Boulevard), showing the stairway, with a telephone on a cabinet i...
Description: Group of five Ho-Chunk (Winnebago) men seated on the lawn outside a building waiting for their annuity payment.
Description: View down East Main Street featuring several storefronts. Published by S. Friedman.
Description: Parked automobile with Every-House Appliance Co. trailer-hitched, and advertising that reads "Every House Needs Westinghouse", in front of the Westinghouse...
Description: View of the Theological Seminary, built in 1834, vacated in 1865. The building stands in a wooded area. Published by P.E. Bossen.
Description: This old hotel was known variously as the Park, Brick, or Circus hotel and dates from the 1870s. The large brick structure has a front gable with fancy shi...
Date: 1900 ca.
Description: Blueprint of the stone seat, outside elevation of Gate "Y", rear of fountain at end of basin, and elevation of Gate "Z" for Stanley McCormick's Riven Rock...
Description: Hildegarde Loretta Sell, better known as Hildegarde, was a well known cabaret singer who was born in Adell, Wisconsin in 1906 and raised in New Holstein. D...
Description: Exterior of a one-room schoolhouse surrounded by rural landscape.
Description: Exterior night view from street of Dykman's restaurant, located at 107 West Main Street. The door is open and stools can be seen along a counter.
Description: "Mayville photographer, Edgar G. Mueller, covers a parade in Theresa."
Description: Group portrait of eleven workers installing Plibrico Jointless Firebrick in front of a railroad steam locomotive parked beside Fauerbach Brewery. This was...
Description: Truck with bed built by Ideal Body Company advertising the company. the truck is parked in front of the Ideal Body Company building on Park Street.
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