• N. Main Street

    From back of photograph: N. Main Street On left side of street: 1. F.N. Sontag - Boots and shoes 2. Flag over post office door 3. First Nat. Bank (arched window) 4. Drug Store 5. Old Phoenix Hotel - w…

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  • Main Street postcard

    Postcard of Main Street looking north from 200 block of South Main. Businesses identified include: Blackhawk Hotel, Crystal Restaurant and Tuttle Drugs.

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  • South Main Street businesses

    Looking south on South Main Street from Milwaukee Avenue. Businesses are: the Blackhawk, Lamb's Style Center, Merle Norman Cosmetics, Badger Lunch, Jeffords Hardware, Bartelt Furniture, Consolidated O…

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  • Girls on South Main Street

    Looking at intersection of South Main Street and West Milwaukee Avenue. Hotel Fort in background.

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  • South Main Street, Fort Atkinson, Wisconsin

    From back of photograph: South Main St. c. 1910 Looking down S. Main St. from the corner of S. Main and Milwaukee. The Green Mountain House had now become the Hotel Fort. Note the wooden sidewalks and…

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  • Central House, Evansville, Wisconsin

    The Central House Hotel, after 1920, in Evansville, Wisconsin. The frame building was plastered over the wood siding in a cement-like finish. The photograph is taken from West Main Street, looking nor…

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  • Central House Hotel, Evansville, Wisconsin

    The three-story Central House Hotel, on the northwest corner of Madison and Main Streets in Evansville, Wisconsin was built in 1855 and razed in the late 1930s. For several years, a band stand can be…

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  • Central House Hotel, Evansville, Wisconsin

    A three-story frame building used from 1855 to the 1930s as a hotel at the northwest corner of Main and Madison Streets in Evansville. The building was razed in the late 1930s. The postcard is postmar…

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  • Central House hotel, Evansville, Wisconsin

    A photograph of the Central House hotel, at the northwest corner of Main and Madison Streets in Evansville, Wisconsin. The hotel was built in 1855 and was razed in 1937-38. The hotel was also called t…

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  • New light at the Hotel Blackhawk

    Blackhawk Hotel on the corner of South Main and Milwaukee Street. Individuals in the photo include Carl Scheiwe on the ladder and Parnell Hinkle, Harry Bendig, Evert Hein and Elmore Klement along with…

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  • Olga's Restaurant

    Olga's Restaurant and Blackhawk Hotel in the 200 block of South Main Street.

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  • Tuttle Drugs

    South Main Street and South Water Street. Businesses are Tuttle Drugs, Tot Shop and Blackhawk Hotel.

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  • Green Mountain House

    From back of photograph "In Memoriam - Pres Garfield - 1881."

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  • Menasha Hotel

    The Menasha Hotel is located on the corner of Main Street and Mill Street.

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  • Cornerstone laying ceremony

    Ceremony to lay the cornerstone of the Menasha Hotel. The view is looking north across Main Street.

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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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  • Star Hotel

    The Star Hotel, 216 North Main Street (Tenth), was established in 1871 by Frank Zeman. It had 22 rooms and was said to have a "favorable location." Zeman was fire chief for seven years and was sheriff…

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