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Description: Exterior view 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. The building i...
Description: Letterhead of the A.J. Schneider Music Company of Kenosha, Wisconsin, dealers in "pianos, victrolas, records, etc.," with a lineup of well-known opera sing...
Description: Mr. Charles Abbott and another male worker in the Timekeeper's office.
Description: Rotary snowplow manufactured by the Winther Motors Inc., factory.
Date: 1844-10 ca.
Description: A variant of a wood engraving dated October, 1844. Incorporated as the villiage of Southport in 1841 (so-named because it was the southern-most natural har...
Date: 1920 ca.
Description: The home of Milton H. Pettit, built about 1899.
Description: The Blacksmith Shop and workers in the Winther Motor Company factory.
Description: A barn raising on the farm of Alva Paddock in the township of Salem on Geneva Road, Highway 50.
Description: William Swift (Purchasing Agent) and Bill Evans (Assistant Purchasing Agent) at desks in the office of Winther Motor and Truck Company.
Date: 1905 ca.
Description: Kenosha County's second Court House located at the southeast corner of Market and Sheridan Road. It was built in 1885 and razed in 1925.
Date: 1900 ca.
Description: Church built by Austin Kellogg and his brothers around 1837 and was completed in 1840. It is the first Protestant church in this section of the state. An a...
Description: H.P. Lundskow demonstrating the usage of a posthole digger manufactured by the Winther Motors Inc., factory.
Description: The second YMCA building in Kenosha being used as a commercial structure at the time of the photograph.
Date: 1878 ca.
Description: A tent of the Chicago Traveling Club with a sign on it saying "Always Hungry," and men with walking sticks, straw hats and a flute lounging on the ground i...
Description: Front page of "Southport American."
Description: Two illegal gambling machines in the Brass Ball Tavern.
Description: View down double set of railroad tracks towards a Milwaukee Road train, with the engineer about to board. Other men are standing in the background.
Description: Library Park in Kenosha.
Date: 1910 ca.
Description: The residence of L.S. Fowler. A man petting a dog and a woman stand in front of the home.
Date: 1872 ca.
Description: An excerpt from "Picturesque America", ed. Bryant, (1872).
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