• Grange Store, Evansville, Wisconsin

    Postcard photograph of the Grange Store, Evansville, Wisconsin, with dirt streets. Photograph taken before 1914 when brick was installed on West Main Street. The photograph is taken from the north sid…

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  • Eager Free Public Library

    Postcard of the Eager Free Public Library, looking south from West Main Street. "Eager Free Public Library, Evansville, Wis." is written on the bottom of the card.

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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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  • Chicago & Northwestern Depot and Train, Evansville, Wisconsin

    A colorized photograph postcard of a train arriving at the Evansville, Wisconsin depot of the Chicago and Northwestern Railway Company. People are standing on the deck outside the depot and a horse-dr…

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  • Evansville high school, Evansville, Wisconsin

    A sepia photograph of the high school in Evansville, Wisconsin. The school was built in 1897 by William Libby and Robert R. Hankinson. The school was designed by Chandler and Park, Racine, Wisconsin,…

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  • North Madison Street Bridge, Evansville, Wisconsin

    A colorized photograph of the North Madison Street Bridge, before 1931. Six people, who appear to be children are standing on the railing and deck of the bridge. The bridge is across Allen's Creek in…

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  • Graded School, Evansville, Wisconsin

    Black and white photograph of the graded school in Evansville, Wisconsin. Built in 1869 for a grade school and high school. The six-room school was designed and built by Benjamin Hoxie. It was used as…

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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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  • City Hall and Methodist Church, Evansville, Wisconsin

    A photograph postcard of the Evansville City Hall, Evansville, Wisconsin, built in 1892 and the Methodist Church built in the 1860s and remodeled in the 1890s. The photograph is taken from the corner…

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  • Four commercial buildings, Evansville, Wisconsin

    Photographs of four commercial buildings are on one page of the folder "Glimpses of Evansville, Wisconsin" Gill's Livery Stable has been razed. The restaurant and bakery of Miss A. Story and the R. E…

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  • West Church Street, Evansville, Wisconsin

    A photograph of West Church Street, taken from the intersection of South Second Street and West Church Street, looking west. The streets are dirt. The Evansville Seminary building can be seen at the e…

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  • Eager Free Public Library, Evansville, Wisconsin

    A colorized photograph postcard of the Eager Free Public Library, Evansville, Wisconsin. "Public Library, Evansville, Wis." is printed on the bottom of the card. The library was built in 1908 as a gif…

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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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  • 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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  • 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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  • South Madison Street, Evansville, Wisconsin

    "Winter in old Wis 1910" is written on the bottom of the postcard. A man is standing in front of the west side of the Pioneer Drug Store on South Madison Street, Evansville, Wisconsin. The Central Hou…

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  • Saint Paul Catholic Church, Evansville, Wisconsin

    Postcard photograph of St. Paul's Church, Evansville, Wisconsin after 1913 remodeling of interior, installation of a bell and remodeling of the bell tower. The church was built in 1906-07. The postcar…

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  • Grange Store, Evansville, Wisconsin

    Colorized photograph of the Grange Store, Evansville, Wisconsin, built in 1904. This large department store had a bank, grocery, dry goods, hardware, furniture, and household goods. It was described a…

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  • Allen's Creek near Evansville, Wisconsin

    A black and white photograph postcard of Allen's Creek, near Evansville, Wisconsin

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  • Leopard hanging from light pole

    A leopard killed near Magnolia, Rock County, Wisconsin, is hanging from a light pole with a crowd of men and boys. The leopard was killed in 1901 after it escaped from George "Popcorn" Washington Hall…

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