• MacWhyte employees

    MacWhyte Company

    MacWhyte Wise Owl Award recipient Frank Helbing. Circa 1970s. Founded in 1896 by F. B. Macomber and George Whyte in Coal City, Illinois, MacWhyte Company came to Kenosha, Wisconsin in 1912, where wire…

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  • MacWhyte soccer team

    MacWhyte Company, Newell

    The MacWhyte soccer team posing with their championship trophy. Front row, left to right: Donald Muggsy Reeves, Joe Kolar, Bob Patterson, Frank Brink Kolar, James Kolar. Middle row, left to right: Wil…

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  • MacWhyte employee at company event

    MacWhyte Company

    A MacWhyte salesman shows off his entry onto a plaque for sales performance at a company dinner. December 1978. Founded in 1896 by F. B. Macomber and George Whyte in Coal City, Illinois, MacWhyte Comp…

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  • May Festival - school

    Thiers, Louis Milton, 1858-1950

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  • MacWhyte employee at outdoor company event

    MacWhyte Company

    A man at an outdoor MacWhyte event. Circa 1940s. Founded in 1896 by F. B. Macomber and George Whyte in Coal City, Illinois, MacWhyte Company came to Kenosha, Wisconsin in 1912, where wire rope, aircra…

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  • Allen Tannery parade float

    N. R. Allen Sons Company

    A side view of a float by the N. R. Allen’s Sons Company for the Kenosha City Centennial Parade on June 24, 1915. The parade float is decorated with tanbark, harness leather, and Allen Sole Strips. A…

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  • May Festival - school

    Thiers, Louis Milton, 1858-1950

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  • Citizenship Day

    Dewey, C. E

    The Citizenship Day parade is pictured as it was moving south on Sheridan Road on May 19, 1940. At the head of the line is the American Legion color bearers and the American Legion band.

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  • Citizenship Day

    Dewey, C. E

    A group of 21 year-old new American citizens participate in the first Citizenship Day parade in Kenosha. It was held on May 19, 1940.

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  • MacWhyte company event

    MacWhyte Company

    Dancing at a MacWhyte banquet. Circa 1937. Founded in 1896 by F. B. Macomber and George Whyte in Coal City, Illinois, MacWhyte Company came to Kenosha, Wisconsin in 1912, where wire rope, aircraft cab…

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  • MacWhyte Hot Shots at a company event

    MacWhyte Company

    The MacWhyte Hot Shots perform at a company banquet. Circa 1937. Founded in 1896 by F. B. Macomber and George Whyte in Coal City, Illinois, MacWhyte Company came to Kenosha, Wisconsin in 1912, where w…

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  • Kemper Hall procession

    Thiers, Louis Milton, 1858-1950

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  • MacWhyte employees

    MacWhyte Company

    MacWhyte employee David Valdez becomes Wise Owl Club Member number 125. “Wise Owl” awards were given to employees who were wearing their safety glasses when a workplace accident occurred. Founded in 1…

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  • MacWhyte employee

    MacWhyte Company

    MacWhyte Veteran Employee Charles Jones. Circa 1970s. Founded in 1896 by F. B. Macomber and George Whyte in Coal City, Illinois, MacWhyte Company came to Kenosha, Wisconsin in 1912, where wire rope, a…

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  • Jessel S. Whyte speaks at company event

    MacWhyte Company

    A group of men gather at an outdoor MacWhyte event. Circa 1940s. Founded in 1896 by F. B. Macomber and George Whyte in Coal City, Illinois, MacWhyte Company came to Kenosha, Wisconsin in 1912, where w…

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  • Library Monument unveiling and prayer

    Thiers, Louis Milton, 1858-1950

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  • Citizenship Day

    Dewey, C. E

    The Citizenship Day parade is pictured as it is moving south on Sheridan Road. The Kenosha unit of the U. S. Cavalry, Troop E 105, is seen here.

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  • Charles W. Nash leads a parade of Nash automobiles

    Nash Motors Company

    Charles W. Nash outside a parade of Nash automobiles, including the Nash band. Circa 1920s. In 1916, Charles Nash opened Nash Motors Company, which became known for its Quad trucks. It was one of many…

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  • Simmons employees in a parade

    Simmons Company, Ernst

    A postcard showing Simmons Company employees in the Kenosha Homecoming Parade. July 1919. Founded in 1870 by Zalmon G. Simmons, the Simmons Company did not initially make mattresses. Their first produ…

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  • Unveiling stand, near - May

    Thiers, Louis Milton, 1858-1950

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