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Fish Creek

Date: 1918
Description: Winter scene looking east on Main Street (Highway 42), with wooden commercial buildings on both sides of the street. The building on the left, 4168 Main St...
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Hotz Cottage

Date: 1918
Description: The Hotz cottage, garage, and stone tower are seen through a stand of birch trees from the base of the bluff in Fish Creek. There is snow on the ground.
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Ferdinand Hotz

Date: 1918
Description: Ferdinand Hotz poses on snowshoes at the base of a bluff. The Hotz cottage complex, built in 1912-3, is seen atop the bluff. The complex included three co...
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Hotz Cottage

Date: 1918
Description: The entrance and gabled front of the main Hotz cottage at Fish Creek, seen after a snowfall. There are rustic branch details under the gables.
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Winter Scene

Date: 1918
Description: Snowy landscape with evergreens and birches below the bluff at Fish Creek.
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Ice Skating

Date: 1918
Description: Elevated view looking south at members of the Hotz family ice skating on an improvised rink at their Glencoe home.
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Ice Fishing on Green Bay

Date: 1918
Description: Two men holding large fish pose near an ice fishing shanty off of Fish Creek. Another man stands behind them. There is man on an iceboat in the left backgr...
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Ice Fishing on Green Bay

Date: 1918
Description: Four men, three holding large fish, pose near an ice fishing shanty off of Fish Creek. Some of their gear is on the ice.
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Ice Skating

Date: 1918
Description: Elevated view of members of the Hotz family skating on an improvised rink in the yard of their Glencoe home, 1072 Sheridan Road. A porch is visible on the...
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Winter Scene

Date: 1918
Description: Ferdinand Hotz poses wearing snowshoes at his cottage in Fish Creek, now 4108 Main Street. There is a large snowdrift in the foreground.
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Porch in the Woods

Date: 1921
Description: The porch of the Hotz cottage at Europe Lake, furnished with a rustic table, chairs and benches; the table has been set for a meal. The cottage and porch a...
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Boathouse at Europe Lake

Date: 1921
Description: A walkway with rustic railing leads to the Hotz family boathouse on Europe Lake. A well-worn path leads downhill to the water.
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Garage at Europe Lake

Date: 1921
Description: A vertical log-sided garage with lean-to porch stands on the side of a hill in the woods. There is a rustic table on the porch. This building was located...
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Europe Lake Boathouse

Date: 1921
Description: View from shoreline of a boy rowing a small boat with a girl seated aft as a woman watches them from the walkway to a boathouse. The walkway, with its rust...
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Girl with Dog

Date: 1921
Description: The photographer's daughter Margaret poses with a dachshund on the path in front of the Hotz family cottage on Europe Lake. Two flights of steps on a steep...
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Garage at Europe Lake

Date: 1921
Description: The garage, with vertical log siding, near the Hotz family cottage at Europe Lake. There is a pump on the front porch, and a bell with a rope on the peak o...
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Mink River

Date: 1921
Description: A view of the Mink River estuary with marsh grasses in the foreground.
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Europe Lake Cottage

Date: 1921
Description: The lake side of the Hotz cottage on Europe Lake, showing the porch with rustic lattice work, and steps. A central dormer is flanked by chimneys.
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Winter Landscape

Date: 1924
Description: Elevated view of a Door County landscape in winter with snow on the ground, taken from the Hotz Fish Creek cottage. Birch trees and conifers are in the for...
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Road in Winter

Date: 1924
Description: Winter scene with a snow-covered road bordered by stone walls and pillars on Cottage Row Road. Birches and evergreens line the road.

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