• Map of Sheboygan Wisconsin: Use District Map

    Sheboygan (Wis.). City Engineer

    This map created by the Sheboygan City Engineer department shows five different types of land use in the city in 1935. A legend in the bottom right corner specifics that land types as 'A'-Residential…

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  • Sportsman's Map

    Atkin, John H

    This map shows uplands and swamps owned by the Goodman Lumber Division of Calumet & Hecla, Inc., water, and roads. The lower right corner includes a location map. The upper left corner includes a lege…

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  • Zoning Map - City of Medford, Wisconsin : District Map

    Unknown

    This map shows 5 types of districts, as well as streets, railroads, water works buildings, and parks. The bottom left of the map has a key of district types: single family residence, multiple family r…

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  • Map of Menasha, Wisconsin : Map of Neenah, Wisconsin

    John Ruhe & Associates

    This map shows streets, Lake Winnebago, Little Lake Butte Des Morts, and the Fox River. Also included is text on the Fox River Waterways and the history of Neenah and Menasha, street indexes, and lege…

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  • Peshtigo fire map

    Maas, Jeff

    This map depicts the burned over area created by the fire on October 8, 1871. An inset of Wisconsin and surrounding states with detail of the area impacted by the fire is included. This map was publis…

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  • Our Own Map

    Wisconsin Motorists Association

    This map shows roadways, cities, rivers, and lakes. Portions of Minnesota, Iowa, and Illinois are visible. Lake Michigan is seen on the far left side, with Lake Superior seen at the top of the map. In…

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  • Map of Milwaukee

    Lapham, Increase Allen

    This map shows lot and block numbers, wards, roads, railroads, some landowners’ names, and selected buildings. Lake Michigan, the Milwaukee River, and Glidden & Lockwood’s addition are labeled. An ind…

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  • Map of Milwaukee

    Lapham, Increase Allen

    This map shows lot and block numbers, local streets, railroads, some landowners’ names, Milwaukee River, Menomonee River, and part of Lake Michigan. The map includes manuscript annotation: "2d impress…

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  • Map of Milwaukee

    Lapham, Increase Allen

    This map shows lot and block numbers, roads, railroads, and some landowners' names and includes the manuscript annotations: "From the Lapham collection" -- "4th impression, Oct. 1 1846." Lake Michigan…

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  • Map of Milwaukee

    Lapham, Increase Allen

    This map shows lot and block numbers, wards, local streets, railroads, some landowners' names, Milwaukee River, Menomonee River, and part of Lake Michigan. The map also includes manuscript annotations…

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  • Map of Wisconsin

    H.R. Page & Co

    This 1881 colored map of the state of Wisconsin shows counties, cities, towns, villages, rail lines, and the locations of railroad stations and post-offices.

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  • Highway map, Milwaukee

    Rand McNally and Company

    Shows Milwaukee and Waukesha counties, and parts of Dodge, Washington, Ozaukee, Jefferson, Walworth, and Racine counties. Includes indexes and advertisement. Ill., advertisements, "What to see in Milw…

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  • Map of Wisconsin

    The Kenyon Company, Map Makers

    This map includes automobile routes through the state as well as routes in parts of Iowa, Michigan and Minnesota. Cities, counties, Lake Michigan, Lake Superior, the Mississippi River, Green Bay and L…

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  • Map of Milwaukee

    Lapham, Increase Allen

    This map shows lot and block numbers, wards, roads, railroads, and some landowner names. The map includes and inset map of Glidden & Lockwood's addition and some lots hand colored blue.

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  • Map of Milwaukee

    Lapham, Increase Allen

    This map shows lot and block numbers, wards, roads, railroads, some landowners' names, and selected buildings. Lake Michigan, the Milwaukee River, and Glidden & Lockwood's addition are labeled. An ind…

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  • Sedition map, 1918

    Wisconsin Loyalty Legion

    When the United States entered the war against Germany and its allies, many patriotic organizations sprang up, promoting support of the war and questioning the loyalty and motives of any citizens seen…

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  • Map of Darlington

    Temple, Charles

    This map is ink, pen, and watercolor on paper and shows plat of the town, local streets, lots by number, U.S. subdivisions in red lines, Mineral Point Railroad in double red lines, and bounds of railr…

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  • Map of Wisconsin

    Poole Brothers

    This map shows the cities, counties (outlined in yellow and labeled), rivers, lakes, and the major highways of Wisconsin and parts of the surrounding states. A small index appears in the lower left co…

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  • Map of Wisconsin

    Ensign, Bridgman & Fanning

    This map shows the entire state of Wisconsin in 1856 with counties, cities and rivers. It includes an inset of the layout of the streets of Milwaukee and a chart with the population by counties in 184…

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  • Map of Darlington

    Richardson, James

    Ink on paper. Shows local streets and Pekatonika River. John M. Keep, proprietor." Original plat of Darlington as surveyed by Richardson on June 14, 1850. Bears signatures of surveyor, register of dee…

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