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Date: 1905 ca.
Description: The Pennoyer Sanitarium, later called the Pennoyer Home. The structure was built in 1890 on the north end of Milwaukee Avenue. It was later used as St. Cat...
Description: Advertisement for a truck made by the Winther Motor Truck Company. Headline says, "Built for the Service - Trucks Now Must Yield".
Description: View looking down of a man standing among rubble and other debris at the bottom of a "300 ft. by 150 ft." hole in the ground from a powder explosion.
Date: 1935 ca.
Description: A nearly-completed automobile on the assembly line at Nash Motors in Kenosha.
Date: 1860 ca.
Description: The Durkee House built by Charles Durkee in 1843.
Date: 1930 ca.
Description: Tenth and Fifty-seventh Streets, with early houses, car and barn.
Date: 1910 ca.
Description: Exterior view of the wagon shop of John B. Pirsch of Kenosha whose father, Nicholas Pirsch, had begun building buggies and wagons in 1857. Several men pose...
Date: 1965 ca.
Description: Assembly line of the American Motors Company, formerly Nash Motors, in Kenosha.
Description: Constructed by Gregario Gallo in 1923 and 1924, the building at 2122 Sixtieth Street, incorporated concrete pilasters and an entablature with a plain friez...
Description: Front page of "Southport American."
Description: Prescription for alcohol to treat bronchitis written by a Kenosha doctor.
Description: Daniel J. Travanti smiles as he stands outside on a lawn. He is wearing a suit with a flower pinned to his lapel and is dressed up for his high school grad...
Description: Man playing an illegal 25 cent slot machine in the Valley Tavern, on Highway 42, two miles north of Kenosha.
Description: Portion of the dissolution letter regarding the Badger Brass Manufacturing Company.
Description: A man and woman posed at the bar in Nesbitt's Highway Tavern, on Highway 42, North of Kenosha. Gambling machines can be seen on the left.
Description: Exterior view from lawn of the Gilbert M. Simmons Public Library. The library opened in 1900 and was funded with a gift of $150,000 from G.M. Simmons.
Description: Workers in the Sales Department of Winther Motor Company. Included are Mr. H.P. Lundskow, Mr. Harry Schneider and two female workers.
Date: 1877 ca.
Description: A large group of men, women and children having a picnic under the trees.
Date: 1906 ca.
Description: The buildings of Allen & Sons Tannery
Date: 1900 ca.
Description: The exterior wall along the Kenosha cemetery.
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