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Date: 1890 ca.
Description: Main Street on the corner of Washington Street shops.
Date: 1895 ca.
Description: View of Governor James Duane Doty's home with two children standing in front. The Doty home was the first brick house in Wisconsin. The materials were tra...
Description: A rare photograph of U.S. Army soldiers stationed at Fort Howard canoeing on the Fox River. Fort Howard, built in 1816, was the first in the chain of forts...
Description: View of Green Bay from the top of St. Willibrord's Church. A river can be seen in the background.
Description: View of the Judge Stephen R. Cotton residence. The Cotton residence was located at the corner of Jefferson and Doty Streets.
Date: 1857 ca.
Description: Green Bay Intelligencer Newspaper Office. This was the first newspaper published in Wisconsin. The building was on Main Street. This drawing appeared in...
Date: 1889 ca.
Description: Elevated view of industrial waterfront and the Fox River.
Description: View of the H.S. Baird house.
Description: View of the H.E. Eastmen residence. The house was located on the southwest corner of Porlier and Monroe Streets, and later the residence of Mrs. George G....
Description: Winter view of the Baker house, the residence of James S. Baker.
Description: View of Fox River and South Washington Street, from the top of St. Willobrord's Church.
Date: 1876 ca.
Description: View showing Elmore and Kelly's Elevator with a boat, train, and the buildings at Fort Howard. Fort Howard was incorporated into Green Bay.
Description: Long Tail lighthouse. Built in 1847-1848 and abandoned in 1859 when a new frame lighthouse was built nearby.
Date: 1896 ca.
Description: Jefferson Street south from Doty Street with trees lining the street.
Description: Front view of the Fort Howard surgeons' quarters.
Description: The reverse side of the Green Bay treaty, August 18, 1821. The treaty is signed by the chiefs of the six Indian nations for the possession of lands near th...
Date: 1870 ca.
Description: Exterior of the Cadle Home, an Episcopal Home for aged people. The Cadle Home was named for Reverend Cadle who went to Green Bay in 1829 as the first local...
Description: Plan of the settlement of Green Bay.
Description: This map shows landownership on a military reserve, private claims, buildings (including Fort Howard and U.S. sawmill), swamps, public barns and fields, an...
Date: 1898 ca.
Description: Albert Weise's residence, with wooden sidewalk, and two kids standing on the front porch posing for the photographer.
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