• Mr. and Mrs. Lucas G. Merrill

    Well, Asa F

    Mr. L. G. Merrill and his wife, Eurice Nichols Merrill, lived on the northwest corner of Prairie Avenue (60th Street) and Ann Street (Sheridan Road). Mr. Merrill was connected with George S. Baldwin i…

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  • Company E Fifth Infantry, Wisconsin National Guard

    Dewey, C. E

    This is the first Kenosha Company to become a member of the Wisconsin National Guard. Company "E" of the Fifth Infantry was sworn in on August 12, 1898, with W. W. Miller as Captain, Frank E. McCordy…

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  • Lee Fellows

    Lee Fellows was a leading merchant on Kenosha's Main Street in the 1860s and 1870s. His store was located about the center of the 5700 block on the west side of Sixth Avenue. He was very active in the…

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  • Allen Tannery exterior

    N. R. Allen Sons Company

    The N. R. Allen’s Sons Company plant in winter, looking northwest across Pike Creek from downtown Kenosha. A horse-drawn carriage and pedestrians are crossing the old Main Street (now Sixth Avenue) br…

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  • Zalmon G. Simmons in his office

    Simmons Company

    Zalmon G. Simmons in his office on the corner of Pearl and Main Street (now 55th Street and Sixth Avenue) in downtown Kenosha, Wisconsin. Circa 1898. Founded in 1870 by Zalmon G. Simmons, the Simmons…

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  • Zalmon G. Simmons' secretary inside his office

    Simmons Company

    George M. Bennett, Mr. Simmons private secretary, at his desk in Zalmon G. Simmons’ office on the corner of Pearl and Main Street (now 55th Street and Sixth Avenue) in downtown Kenosha, Wisconsin. Cir…

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  • Zalmon G. Simmons’ secretary inside his office

    Simmons Company

    George M. Bennett, Mr. Simmons private secretary, at his desk in Zalmon G. Simmons’ office on the corner of Pearl and Main Street (now 55th Street and Sixth Avenue) in downtown Kenosha, Wisconsin. Cir…

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