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Description: Bird's-eye view of the Winther Motor and Truck Company factory and grounds.
Description: Side view of an early rotary snowplow truck manufactured by the Winther Motor and Truck Company.
Date: 1910 ca.
Description: The Pennoyer Sanitarium, later called the Pennoyer Home. The structure was built in 1890 on the north end of Milwaukee Avenue. It was later used as St. Cat...
Description: Mr. Charles Abbott and another male worker in the Timekeeper's office.
Description: Depths shown by soundings. Shows township and sections, landownership and acreages, roads, railroads, and buildings. "Entered according to Act of Congres...
Date: 1918 ca.
Description: Women working on the automobile assembly line at Nash Motors (later American Motors) during World War I.
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: Looking down Main Street.
Description: Automobile Combination Chemical Engine and Hose Wagon. When the manufacturer, the Peter Pirsch Company of Kenosha, donated this image to the Historical So...
Description: Detail of driving mechanism of a posthole digging machine manufactured by Winther Motor and Truck Company.
Date: 1878 ca.
Description: Boys outside tent that has sign, "Boys of the Hawthorne" above its door. This picture is identified as the Chicago Traveling Club's trip #8.
Description: George Romney speaks at the Kenosha Chamber of Commerce Annual Dinner. Robert L. Grover is partially visible, seated next to where Romney stands.
Description: The third of Kenosha County courthouses, located on the corner of Sheridan and 56th Street. The courthouse cost $1,000,000 to construct.
Date: 1905 ca.
Description: Carte-de-visite of a mailman dressed in his full uniform gazing at at piece of mail. He carries his mail pouch over his shoulder.
Description: Men working in the Spring Department at Winther Motor and Truck Company.
Description: Plant of the United Refrigerator and Ice Machine Company.
Description: Man driving International truck utilized by K*A*T Corporation for multi-automobile hauling.
Description: Shops and stores on Main Street.
Description: Soldiers' Monument in Library Park.
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...
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