Businesses Main Street, from the east; Main Street from Arnold's Drugstore
The Omro Cornet Band assembles on Main Street. At its peak, the band boasted twenty-two members.
A view of Main Street looking east. The National Hotel is on the right. Also shown is a horsedrawn streetcar.
A view of Main Street looking east across the square. The streetcar ran from Appleton to Oshkosh. The Hotel Menasha is on the right.
A home at 119 Main Street in Menasha. The shed behind the house was a creamery. A Menasha Hotel Transfer car is in front.
A view of Main Street looking west. This was the first cement street in Menasha, and all the cement was hand mixed. The bell tower is the City Hall and Fire Station building. In the lower left is one…
View of a busy snowy afternoon on Main Street, looking west. The old city hall (now the Omro Area Historical Society's headquarters) is visible to the far left.
A view of Main Street looking east. The car on the left in front is a 1937 Oldsmobile and the car behind it is a 1936 Chevrolet.
This is a parade in honor of laying the cornerstone for the Hotel Menasha. It is a view of Main Street looking east.
A view of Main Street looking east across the square. A band is playing.
A view of Main Street looking west from Racine Street at the north side of the street. Loescher Hardware is on the far right.
A view of Main Street looking northeast during an Elks convention.
Photograph of Main Street in Phillips, Wisconsin.
Sleighs line the plank sidewalks of Omro in this view looking east to the intersection of Main Street and Webster Avenue.
View of Omro's Main Street at intersection of Webster Avenue, looking east.
This photograph shows two unidentified men walking east on Main Street. The Neenah Slough is visible on the right side of the photograph. The Bergstrom Brothers Stove Company is visible on the left si…
Photograph showing the view north from the main street of Hatfield, Wisconsin.
View of north side of Omro's Main Street at intersection of Webster Avenue, facing west.
A view of the Bank of Menasha and Main Street looking west. To the left is the streetcar. The wagon left of center is Phillips Furniture and undertaker.
Main Street, East side
1870 · Lockwood & Ely
Main Street, Oshkosh