• Main Street

    Postcard collection - Nekoosa. Main Street, Nekoosa.

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  • Main Street

    Colby, J.M

    Postcard collection - Nekoosa. Main Street, Nekoosa, Wisconsin, looking west.

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  • Main Street

    Postcard collection - Nekoosa. Main Street, Nekoosa.

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  • Main Street

    Postcard collection - Nekoosa. Main Street, Nekoosa.

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  • Main Street, Nekoosa

    Postcard collection - Nekoosa. Market (Main) Street in Nekoosa in the 1930's. Buildings include Oliver's IGA grocery store, a bakery, a post office, Polzine restaurant, Krenke Grocery, Voss Hardware,…

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  • Main Street, Nekoosa

    Postcard collection - Nekoosa. Main Street, Nekoosa. Building in foreground on left is Jim Misna's plumbing and appliance store.

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  • Main Street West

    Colby, J.M

    Postcard collection - Nekoosa. Main Street West, Nekoosa, Wisconsin.

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  • Main street Vesper 1865

    Man on horse, Tim Lyons, also Henry Vanderbie and Tom White.

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  • West Main Street, Nekoosa

    Postcard collection - Nekoosa. West Main Street, Nekoosa.

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  • Main Street East, Nekoosa

    Postcard collection - Nekoosa. Street car going westward on Main Street in Nekoosa, about 1915.

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  • Main Street in DePere, Wisconsin

    Kwasniewski, Roman B.J., 1886-1980

    The caption of the photograph reads, "Residences / Part of Main St. DePere, Wis." [Main St., Depere, Wi.]

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  • Linden main street, Linden, WI

    Linden was originally called “Peddler’s Creek” after Patrick O’Meara, an Irish peddler who made the first discovery of lead in the immediate area in 1827. The name was changed in 1855 when the federal…

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  • Main Street in 1900, Grand Rapids, WI

    Postcard Collection, East Side. First Street on the left, Second Street on the right. This is what the corner looked like before the First National Bank (the Flatiron Building) was built in 1906.

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  • Fish on Main

    Krohn, Donald

    Man holding a fish on a main street

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  • Looking East on Main St., Hortonville, Wis.

    Postcard depicts Main Street looking east in Hortonville, Wis. Note on back: 1915?

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  • Knight Block, Ashland, WI

    View looking north from Ellis Avenue of the five story brownstone Knight Block building. Business signs for Nemec Insurance and the Lamplighter Bar & Lounge are visible. Automobiles are parked along E…

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  • Rexall Drug, Ashland, WI

    Woods Rx Drug, Inc. The Rexall Store located at 522 West 2nd Street, today Main Street West, was on the ground floor of the four story Masonic Temple building. Looking down the 500 West block on Main…

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  • The Story Behind the Street Signs

    McCarthy, Dorothy, 1901-1992

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  • LSDP offices in Ashland, WI

    View of the front and right side facades of the Lake Superior District Power Company office building located at 101 West 2nd Street (now Main Street). This three story brick building was originally th…

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  • The Pic and EJ Born, Ashland, WI

    View of the front façade of the two story brick Braun building which was built in 1904. On the left is The PIC, with signs for Coca-Cola and Ice Cream, at 400 West 2nd Street, Ashland, WI, and next to…

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