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 the road construction at the corner of Main Street and Chute Street. In the background is The Vaudette, Wheeler Transport and Trinity Lutheran Church.
A view looking west at the Bank of Menasha block. This block housed the bank, a barber shop and Leopold's Tavern. On the left side of the picture is Koser's bakery and a garage.
The Trilling Hardware Company, 208 Main Street.
An interior view of Jankowski Paint store on Main Street. Pictured is owner Henry Jankowski.
This is Walker's Barber Shop on Main Street in Menasha. The man on the right is Roy Walker.
An interior view of the Jankowski Paint store located at 415 Main Street. The man in the picture is owner Henry Jankowski.
A photo of Englebert "Bert" Bach standing in the doorway of Schlegel's grocery store. It was located at 182 Main Street, near the Square.
Interior view of Beck's Meat Market on Main Street. The woman behind the counter is Louisa Beck and Nick Beck is to the right.
The Trilling Hardware Store, owned by Henry E. Trilling, was located at 208 Main Street. They sold stoves, tools, guns and ammunition among other things.
The City Meat Market, also known as Beck's Meat Market, was located on Main Street. Standing in front, left to right, is Frank, Al and William.
The Fox River House, located at 232 Main Street, was owned by Michael Mielke. It was a boarding house and saloon, with a livery in the back.
Interior of Beck's Meat Market on Main Street. Frank Beck is behind the counter and two unidentified women customers are seated. The pails near the ceiling contain lard.
A view on Main Street looking west towards the Bank of Menasha. On the left is the electric streetcar, and beyond that is the tower on City Hall.
An interior view of Schulz's Drug Store at 180 Main Street. The clerk on the left is Walter Adrian, and the man on the right is pharmacist Helmer Haugh.
Interior of Beck's Meat Market on Main Street. Frank Beck is on the left and it is believed to be Al in the center. The boy on the right is unidentified.
Main Street, East side
1870 · Lockwood & Ely
Main Street, Oshkosh