• Baldwin's Main Street

    Looking west down Main Street (formerly Front Street). The Bulletin office is on the right.

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  • Baldwin in 1984

    Burleigh, George

    Aerial photo looking northeast. Main Street is on the left, Bailey Park is in the foreground. The building facing Main Street just past Bailey Park was torn down in 2009.

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  • Main Street in New Richmond, facing south

    Downtown New Richmond, facing south, from the corner of Second Street and Main Street.

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  • Baldwin Street Scene

    Main Street, looking east. Phillips 66 station is on the right.

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  • Main Street in New Richmond, looking north

    View of downtown New Richmond at the intersection of Third Street and Main Street, facing north.

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  • New Richmond High School Cadet Band in Parade

    New Richmond High School Cadet Band marching through downtown New Richmond.

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  • Pundy's Cafe

    The interior of Pundy's Cafe which stood on Main Street.

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  • Baldwin Street Scene

    Main Street, looking west. The Nash dealership is on the left.

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  • Market Day of the New Richmond Business Men’s Association

    “First market day of the New Richmond Business Men’s Association” in downtown New Richmond. Includes numerous carriages laden with goods on muddy streets of Main Street.

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  • Downtown New Richmond, Wisconsin

    Early 20th Century depiction of Main Street, New Richmond, Wisconsin

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  • Downtown Durand

    This bridge was located at First Avenue in downtown Durand. The creek now flows under Memorial Park and Main Street west of McMahon Motors. The Durand Library has an original oil painting by Frank Ste…

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  • Yoked cattle and “horseless carriage”

    Photograph depicts New Richmond resident Dr. Wade in his new automobile alongside unidentified man with yoked cattle. "Dr. Wade's office was in row in background; Dr. Wade in his new car, W. 2nd St.;…

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  • Milwaukee, Wis. (decentralized areas) : West Mitchell St. & North 3rd Ave.

    Nirensteins National Realty Map Company

    Shows businesses and lot owners. Includes 2 "continued inset" maps. Includes aerial views, text, and ill. on verso.

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  • Durand Schools

    In 1876, Mr. Hayes, an early settler of Durand, donated a fully city block for the Durand School District building. The school consisted of three grades: primary, intermediate grammar, and high school…

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  • Commercial Hotel

    Stood near the depot behind Doug Thompson's building, south of the tracks near Bailey Park.

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  • Downtown New Richmond, 1918 Welcome Home celebration

    Downtown street scene with “Welcome Home” arch, includes automobiles and crowds.

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  • Pundy Cafe/American Family Building

    Burleigh, George

    One building on Main Street portrayed in two different times. The Pundy Building, one of Baldwin's oldest, was torn down around 1991.

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  • Woodville's Main Street

    Main Street in Woodville, Wisconsin around the turn of the century

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  • Pepin County Courthouse

    In 1871, Miles and Ada Prindle donated Washington Square to Pepin County. Built in 1874, the courthouse served Pepin County until 1984. In 1985, it became the Old Courthouse Museum. The building featu…

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  • Pundy's Cafe

    The J.G. Guess Store and Pundy's Cafe shared a building on Main Street which stood in the current First Bank parking lot. The building was torn down in 1992.

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