• Filming of Public Enemies in Oshkosh, Wisconsin; April 2008

    Back view of billboard being constructed in front of sundial. Sundial is located at the Opera House Square, corner of Algoma Boulevard and Main Street.

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  • Filming of Public Enemies in Oshkosh, Wisconsin; April 2008

    Looking down Algoma towards Main Street. Exclusive Company store is middle building with blue awnings. Outside of building was transformed into a Walgreen Drug Store

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  • Interior of Bijou Theatre - Oshkosh, Wis.

    Vaudeville theater which was located at 140 Main Street, opened on January 18, 1904. It closed in 1906, but reopened in 1912 as the Majestic Theatre. 1909;

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  • Filming of Public Enemies in Oshkosh, Wisconsin; April 2008

    Looking west down Washington Avenue towards Main Street. Streetcar was positioned on street in front of Oshkosh Public Library. Tall building is the First National Bank, where robbery scene was shot.

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  • Filming of Public Enemies in Oshkosh, Wisconsin; April 2008

    Movie equipment and crew waiting to shoot a scene. Looking down Washington Avenue towards Main Street. Brick builiding on right is the First National Bank, used for bank robbery scene.

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  • First National Bank, Oshkosh, Wis.

    First National Bank Building, corner Main and Washington, viewed from across Main Street. The building was opened in May 1927. Both the facade and the vault area were used in the 2009 motion picture P…

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  • First National Bank, Oshkosh, Wis. Oshkosh in Winnebago-land

    First National Bank Building, corner Main and Washington, viewed from across Main Street. The building was opened in May 1927. Both the facade and the vault area were used in the 2009 motion picture P…

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  • Hotel Raulf, Oshkosh, Wis.

    Conrad and Charles Raulf's hotel was formally opened on May 26, 1928. It was 10 stories tall and had 200 rooms with bath plus air conditioning. It also housed a bowling alley and movie theater. Curren…

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  • Hotel Raulf, Oshkosh, Wis.

    Conrad and Charles Raulf's hotel was formally opened on May 26, 1928. It was 10 stories tall and had 200 rooms with bath plus air conditioning. It also housed a bowling alley and movie theater. Curren…

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  • Hotel Raulf, Oshkosh, Wis.

    Conrad and Charles Raulf's hotel was formally opened on May 26, 1928. It was 10 stories tall and had 200 rooms with bath plus air conditioning. It also housed a bowling alley and movie theater. Curren…

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  • Hotel Raulf, Oshkosh, Wis.

    Conrad and Charles Raulf's hotel was formally opened on May 26, 1928. It was 10 stories tall and had 200 rooms with bath plus air conditioning. It also housed a bowling alley and movie theater. Curren…

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  • The New Revere Hotel, Oshkosh, Wis.

    The hotel was built on the northeast bank of the Fox River on North Main Street prior to 1872. It was destroyed during the 1877 fire, but rebuilt in 1881 on the original site. In 1916, the hotel was r…

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  • The New Revere Hotel, Oshkosh, Wis.

    The hotel was built on the northeast bank of the Fox River on North Main Street prior to 1872. It was destroyed during the 1877 fire, but rebuilt in 1881 on the original site. In 1916, the hotel was r…

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