• Preservation Racine newsletter 2008, no. 2 (Summer)

    Featured articles include "Century Buildings for 2008"; "From the President"; "An Officer and a Gentleman"

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  • Bucharest, tram approaching Hotel Ambassador

    Forman, Harrison

    Romania - Bucharest, new Hotel Ambassador on Calea Victoriei main street Color

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  • Green Mountain House

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

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  • Driving 2 horses and a buggy on Main at Mill Street, Richland Center, Wisconsin, ca. 1895.

    Leonard, Frank A., Richland Center, WI, 1889-1906

    Image Description: Black and white image of an unidentified man in a buggy behind 2 horses parked at the intersection of Mill and Main streets, looking south. There is an interesting light bulb hangin…

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  • Wallace Circus parade, looking northwest at the intersection of Main and Court Streets, Richland Center, Wisconsin, 1898.

    Parfrey, Charles Albert (1877-1951)

    Image Description: Black and white image of an 8-horse hitch pulling an ornate circus wagon carrying a band in the wagon. There are many spectators standing along the street and in horse drawn wagons…

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  • Menasha Hotel

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

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  • Preservation Racine newsletter 1993, no. 1 (Spring)

    Feature articles include Dorothy Osborne "And Now There Are None"; Don Rintz "Dime Store Dream." Short items include "Petition Granted"; "Letter from Presidents" by Jim and Roberta Fiene

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  • F.G. Memmler's Hotel, Thiensville

    Located at 125 North Main Street, famous for its family style home cooked meals. Later became Aussum's.

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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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  • Knight Hotel, Ashland, WI

    Exterior view of the five story brownstone Knight Hotel with people and automobiles in the foreground. Business signs visible on the first floor include Jim Nemec Insurance on the corner, Knight Bar,…

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  • Knight Hotel, Ashland, WI

    Exterior view of the five story brownstone Knight Hotel with automobiles in the foreground. Business signs visible on the first floor include Jim & Jerry Nemec Insurance on the corner, Knight Bar Cont…

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  • Hotel Knight, Ashland, WI

    View from the corner of Second Street and Ellis Avenue looking at the five story brownstone building called the Hotel Knight or Knight Block. The stones at the top say "Knight, 1890." The sign on top…

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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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  • Hotel Knight, Ashland, WI

    View from the corner of Second Street and Ellis Avenue looking at the five story brownstone building called the Hotel Knight or Knight Block. The stones at the top say "Knight, 1890." The sign on top…

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  • Demolishing the Knight Hotel, Ashland, WI

    View looking north of the demolition of the five story brownstone Knight Hotel building, also called the Knight Block. In the foreground is construction equipment. Colonel John H. Knight was born in 1…

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  • Knight Hotel, Ashland, WI

    Knight Hotel looking west from Second Avenue East (Main Street East). People are visible walking along the wooden sidewalks and other buildings are visible in the background. Colonel John H. Knight wa…

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  • Demolishing the Knight Hotel, Ashland, WI

    View looking north of the demolition of the five story brownstone Knight Hotel building, also called the Knight Block. In the foreground is a crane and debris. Colonel John H. Knight was born in 1836…

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  • Demolishing the Knight Hotel, Ashland, WI

    View looking northwest of the demolition of the five story brownstone Knight Hotel building, also called the Knight Block. In the foreground is a crane and debris. Two buildings on Ellis Avenue are vi…

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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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  • Richland Center, Bird's Eye View Map, portion only close up

    Brosius, H

    This is a photograph of part of PQ000017, a framed print of a drawing or iconograph by H. Brosius which is a Bird's Eye View of Richland Center showing Pine River, streets, buildings drawn in. This wa…

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