• Muntzenberger Brewery

    Muntzenberger, John

    This is a drawing of the first brewery in Kenosha, built by Conrad Muntzenberger in 1847 on Lake Street, drawn by his youngest son, John.

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  • Conrad Muntzenberger Brewery

    In the Kenosha City directory of 1858-9, it was recorded that this brewery was located on North Water Street, on the corner of the first alley south of Lemon Street. The brewery annually converted sev…

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  • J. G. Gottfredsen and Son Brewery

    This was copied from a small post card size picture loaned by Rudolph Gottfredsen (grandson of J. G. Gottfredsen) in March, 1941. The location is on Milwaukee Avenue at Middle Street. The driver of th…

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  • Conrad Muntzenberger home

    This old home was located at (317) Lake Avenue about opposite the Muntzenberger brewery. The children are: Johnnie, Rudie, Lulu, Willie and Rosie. The horse was named Dolly.

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  • Interior of Jacob G. Gottfredsen residence

    This interior view is of the home of J. G. Gottfredsen (shown by slide number 1110). The view is of the front and back parlors which are connected by a large circle top arched opening fitted with an o…

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  • Residence of Jacob G. Gottfredson

    Truesdell, S. W

    This house was designed and built by Christopher W. George for Jacob G. Gottfredsen, in about 1870. It stood on the southwest corner of Park (Seventh) Avenue and Deming (61st) Street. Jacob G. Gottfre…

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  • Mince's Creek

    Thiers, Louis Milton, 1858-1950

    Mince's Creek was named after Conrad Muntzenberger, who owned and operated a brewery on the high ground at the left in the photo until the 1870s. The high land at the right is Washington Island, on wh…

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