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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: Front view of gasoline rail car manufactured by the Winther Motor and Truck Company, situated on railroad tracks.
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: Portion of a letter regarding the incorporation of the Badger Brass Manufacturing Company.
Description: Factory workers in the pleasure car assembly room of the Winther Motor and Truck Company.
A Collection of Photographs
Description: Exterior view from tree-lined cobblestone street of the Gilbert M. Simmons Public Library. The library opened in 1900 and was funded with a gift of $150,00...
Description: A truck with a posthole digger mounted on back on the side of the road, manufactured by Winther Motor and Truck Company.
Date: 1935 ca.
Description: A nearly-completed automobile on the assembly line at Nash Motors in Kenosha.
Description: Don Ameche poses with his junior basketball team at Franklin School. He was ten-years-old and captain of the team.
Description: This map, which shows the Mascoutin village site near Berlin, Wisconsin, the Fox River, and parts of the Wisconsin and Wolf rivers, was published in the Pr...
Description: Office workers - Mr. Hagaman and Mr. Heinricks - in the General Office at the Winther Motor and Truck Company.
Description: A construction site with a truck manufactured by Winther Motor and Truck Company. A forty foot boom is mounted on the truck. Workers are positioning a stee...
Date: date unknown
Description: The first Kenosha High School.
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: 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...
Description: Library Park in Kenosha.
Description: Lake Shore Road in Somers.
Date: 1919 ca.
Description: Richard "Dick" Lloyd Jones standing on the state line sign between Wisconsin and Illinois. This picture was taken when the Lloyd Jones family moved from M...
Description: The interior of the Truck Assembly Room at the Winther Motor and Truck Company factory.
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