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Description: Elevated view of town.
Date: 1920 ca.
Description: Old grist mill.
Date: 1911 ca.
Description: Tinted postcard view of the lighthouse at Port Washington. A U.S. flag flies at the upper left.
Description: View of the school surrounded by trees, out in an overgrown field during a warm season. Stony Hill School house where first Flag Day was celebrated on June...
Description: Alexander C. Eschweiler, a well-known architect in Milwaukee, designed this exotic station for the Wadhams Oil and Grease Company of Milwaukee in 1926.
Description: Director Rupert Wainwright holding a "Dillinger Shot-in-Wisconsin" t-shirt. With him is Dick Matty, secretary of the Wisconsin Department of Tourism, of w...
Description: "Polar Bear Club of Port Washington."
Description: View of the central business area on Franklin Street. On the right corner is the "Fish Shanty" Restaurant and on the left is the Rexall Drugstore.
Description: Kids smile gleefully on the Tilt-a-Whirl carnival ride while workers manage the controls in the background on a sunny summer day.
Date: 1957 ca.
Description: Covered bridge over Cedar Creek in Ozaukee County on highway, about one mile north of Cedarburg. The last remaining covered bridge in Wisconsin.
Description: Button factory at the Wetzel residence. At one time, bone buttons were manufactured in this building.
Description: A traffic crossing guard reads while she waits for a Grafton elementary school to dismiss its students for the day.
Date: 1915 ca.
Description: "Gen." Wooster Harrison house. Sign in front reads, "Lincolns Abode/West Wing/1835".
Date: 1956 ca.
Description: Cedarburg Mill in winter.
Description: Men from George Schubert and Sons, an International Harvester dealership, examine old farm machines to identify candidates for a wartime scrap drive. The m...
Date: 1940 ca.
Description: Last covered bridge to remain standing in Wisconsin.
Date: 1963 ca.
Description: A Main Street office building. "Here is the historic Port Washington building which once housed the law firm of Pierce & Stanford and now is the property o...
Description: This contemporary station and convenience store was built in 2004 but harkens back to the early decades of the twentieth century when communities pressured...
Description: "Andrea was our waitress at Bublitz's Pub and Restaurant in Saukville."
Description: Covered bridge in Cedarburg.
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