• Home on Main Street

    A home at 119 Main Street in Menasha. The shed behind the house was a creamery. A Menasha Hotel Transfer car is in front.

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  • 204 West Main Street, Evansville, Wisconsin

    This black and white photograph is of the residence of Mrs. C. Mygatt, at the northwest corner of the intersection of Second Street and West Main Street in Evansville, Wisconsin. Lansing Mygatt was a…

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  • South First Street, Evansville, Wisconsin

    A photograph postcard of the homes in the 400 block of South First Street, Evansville, Wisconsin. The home in the foreground was built for the Vivas C. Holmes family in 1910 and from the 1930s to the…

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  • Residential and railroad scenes, Evansville, Wisconsin

    The house at 42 West Main Street Evansville, Wisconsin was built for Byron Campbell, in 1881. Byron Campbell was a mayor of Evansville in the early 1900s. Mrs. J. Storey's house on Mill Street, John W…

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  • Evansville, Wisconsin residences, 1900

    Six residences were photographed in 1900 and appear on one page of the folder Glimpses of Evansville Wisconsin. John Riley's residence was on the northwest corner of Maple and East Church Streets. Wil…

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  • Residences of Nelson Winston and Dr. John M. Evans , Evansville, Wisconsin

    Two photographs of residences on West Main Street. The home of Dr. John M. Evans, Sr. was at 104 West Main Street. It was built in 1884 and in the 1920s it was converted to the Masonic Temple. Nelson…

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  • Commercial and residential buildings in Evansville, Wisconsin

    A page of black and white photographs from the folder "Glimpses of Evansville, Wisconsin" that includes the building at 16 East Main Street, a jewelry store and real estate office in 1900. Three resid…

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  • Two residences in Evansville, Wisconsin

    Black and white photographs of the residences of Allen S. Baker, the southeast corner of West Liberty Street and South First Street; and Caleb E. Lee, 23 South First Street. Allen S. Baker was a princ…

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  • 319 South Second Street, Evansville, Wisconsin

    The black and white photograph of the house at 319 South Second Street is taken from South Second Street, looking west. The house was built for Marshall J. Fisher in the 1890s.

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  • Lake Leota, residence at 217 West Main and street views, Evansville, Wisconsin

    Twelve photographs on one page of the folder Glimpses of Evansville Wisconsin, including scenes of Lake Leota, Evansville, Wisconsin streets, and the home of Evander Blakeley, 217 West Main Street.

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  • Four residences in Evansville Wisconsin

    One page of the Glimpses of Evansville Wisconsin folder has four photographs of the residences of C. J. Pearsall, manager of the D. E. Wood Butter, Co. at 227 West Church Street; Dr. L. B. Beebe, a bu…

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  • Six houses in Evansville, Wisconsin

    Photographs of six residences in Evansville, Wisconsin, including the home of Mrs. C. A. Cole, 23 South Third; Eleanora Andrews, 262 West Church; John F. Pfifer, 310 West Church; John Ulerich, South T…

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  • Longfield Street, Evansville, Wisconsin

    A black and white photograph postcard of residences on Longfield Street, Evansville, Wisconsin. The view is from south of the residence at 317 Longfield Street, looking northwest. The cement block hou…

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  • Baldwin in 1984

    Burleigh, George

    Aerial photo looking southeast over Main Street at McGee's Fix-It Shop, the Baldwin Hotel, various houses, and the left side of Main Street.

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  • Storefront and home, Barneveld

    Along West Main Street, the general store and a home in the background.

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  • Bradshaw House/Baldwin Hotel

    Burleigh, Sandy

    The Bradshaw House was built in 1871 and run as a hotel by S.D. Bradshaw. It stands on East Main Street in Baldwin.

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  • Baldwin in the 1890s

    Looking southeast over Main Street. The Bulletin office is on the right and the steeple of the Presbyterian Church is visible on the upper right, where Kwik Trip now stands.

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  • View of Woodville from Stockman's Hill

    A view of Woodville from the top of Stockman's Hill. On the left side of the photo is the J.C. Johnson home. The building with the cupola on top on the right side marks the business buildings on Main…

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