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Description: View of front of the building, in the shade of a large tree to the left. The building has four doric columns and a trapezium or a frieze.
Description: Farmall 460 tractor with windbreaker and no. 46 baler removing twenty tons of hay from Green Bay City Stadium (now Lambeau Field) at 9 a.m. on the day of t...
Description: Letter to the Wisconsin Department of State from John A. Kittel of the Kittel, Jaseph & Young law firm regarding the Articles of Incorporation of the Green...
Date: 1889 ca.
Description: Elevated view of Washington Street and the Fox River and buildings nearby.
Date: 1961-12-29 ca.
Description: Two young boys, one with Loftstrand-style crutches most likely due to polio, are looking at a window display. The Packers were about to play for, and would...
Date: 1900 ca.
Description: George Green's house, located at 904 South Monroe Street. The house was built in 1896.
Date: 1934 ca.
Description: Restored Fort Howard hospital, surgeon's quarters.
Date: 1898 ca.
Description: Two children are stand in front of Governor Doty's house, the first brick house built in Wisconsin.
Date: 1929 ca.
Description: Exterior of Brown County Court House, with trees lining the sidewalk.
Date: 1920 ca.
Description: View of the Fox River. The Green Bay Drop Forge Company can be seen on the left of the picture and the Reiss coal yard is visible in the center.
Date: 1930 ca.
Description: View of the cottage with stone wall in front of it and a lot of foliage. On original site on the west side of the Fox River before restoration.
Date: 1906 ca.
Description: Government locks and factory district at De Pere.
Description: Portrait of Irene Sullivan, a Madison bowler who, with Peg Kufrin, is competing for the women's state Class C doubles bowling championship at the women's s...
Date: 1949 ca.
Description: Fort Howard Hospital, Surgeon's Quarters.
Description: Front and rear views of the James D. Doty residence, the first brick house built in Wisconsin.
Description: This map shows local streets, blocks, lots, local businesses by name, and bus stops. On the back of the map is text, illustrations, and aerial views.
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: Aerial view of Green Bay's commercial district on the Fox River.
Description: View of the banks.
Description: This new baggage handling area was among the improvements in the new passenger terminal at Austrin Staubel Airport in 1965. Austin Straubel became the coun...
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