• Fredrich Wittman

    Friedrich Wittmann sat for this photo while in Pittsburgh in 1885.

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  • Ed Lueloff

    Ed Lueloff poses with a canine friend in front of the Grasse Brothers Oil Co. service station at 116 Fremont Street in the early 1930s.

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  • Al Hein’s Tavern and Hall

    Four men in coats, ties and hats sit on wooden chairs at a lone table inside of Al Hein’s Tavern and Hall at 501 Fremont Street. A bartender stands behind the long wooden bar. The back bar sports a la…

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  • Milwaukee Motorcycle Club

    A crowd of men, women and children gather on the sidewalk and observe dozens of motorcycles and riders from the Milwaukee Motorcycle Club as they are parked on Fremont Street in 1915. The motorcycle r…

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  • Fremont Street between 3rd and 4th Streets

    Schoenborn's Jewelry, at 307 Fremont Street, is flanked on the left by a diner and on the right by the Kiel Floral Shop in this photo taken sometime in the 1950's. The jewelry store was founded by Mat…

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  • Kiel 3rd Grade Boys

    This is a photo of the 3rd grade boy includes: Front Row left to right: Edward Tetzlaff, Roland Griebenow, Elmer Spahn, Hanford Petzold, Eldred Voland and seated Alfred Greve Back Row: Henry Fromm, Fr…

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  • Bar Area Wagner Hotel

    Gentlemen stand at the Hein Tavern bar on Fremont Street, where they could get Plymouth Beer, Blatz Bock, and Fresh Buttermilk.

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  • Ann Perschke

    Schubert Brothers

    This is a posed portrait of Ann Perschke.

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  • Kiel Refrigeration Company

    Employees of the Kiel Refrigeration Company pose while making ice at the plant's factory at 700 Fremont Street. Eight men and three workhorses can be seen; all are dressed for winter weather. One man…

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  • Ernest P. Baumann

    Schubert Brothers

    Ernest P. Baumann was born on December 9, 1856 in the town of Rhine. He married Anthonia Wernicke in 1880. Mr. Baumann owned and operated the butcher shops that were located at 327 and 511 Fremont Str…

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  • Arenz Block Company

    The Arenz Block Company was located on highway 57/67.

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  • Gertie Raquet Home

    This is a picture of Gertie Raquet's home and ice-covered trees. A woman (possibly Gertie) is shown in the yard surveying the damage done by the ice storm.

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  • Fremont Street looking east from the roof of the Catholic Church

    This aerial view looking east down Fremont Street was taken from the roof of Saints Peter and Paul Church.

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  • Girl at parade

    An unidentified girl, probably about 10 years old, poses at a community picnic or parade in the late 1920s. The photo is taken from the west, looking east, toward the Reformed Church (now St. Peter's…

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  • Elmer Berth

    Elmer Berth stands on the sidewalk looking at the camera. Walking behind Elmer is a man walking his dog.

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  • Looking to the east on Fremont Street from Seventh Street

    An evening scene of downtown Kiel as it looked in the 1940s. The photo was taken at the intersection of Fremont Street and Seventh Street.

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  • South Fremont Street between 5th and 6th Streets

    From left to right are the Midway Plaisance Hotel, E.P. Baumann Meat Market, Kiel Village Hall and the Firehouse. The building located in the rear is Gerlach Meat Market and Slaughter House. Kiel's st…

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  • Eastern Wisconsin Amateur Conference champs

    The Kiel basketball team won the eastern Wisconsin amateur conference in the late 1940’s. Top row: W. Voland, Harry Reimers, L. Stier, Bill Gierke, Bob Gartzke and Arno Herwig Front row: Fritz Bruckne…

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  • John B. Hanert

    Schubert Brothers

    John was born June 20, 1862 to Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Hanert. He married Mary Turba on November 19, 1891. They had daughters Miss Jennie and son Joseph. Mr. Hanert was a teamster at the Woodenware Comp…

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  • Kiel Bottling Works truck

    This is one of the first automotive delivery trucks used by Kiel Bottling Works in 1920. The soft drink business was started in the late 1800s by Casper Wessling and John Altenberger. Back then the on…

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