View of a busy snowy afternoon on Main Street, looking west. The old city hall (now the Omro Area Historical Society's headquarters) is visible to the far left.
View of the south side of Water Street (now Main Street). The Post Office was housed in the two-story brick building at center left.
The substantial brick buildings at the northeast corner of Main Street and Webster Avenue housed the hardware business of W. W. Race and Son.
Aerial view of Omro, looking northwest towards Main Street and the Fox River.
A view looking down Water Street (now Main Street). The interurban car visible at center carried Omro citizens to Oshkosh.
Sleighs line the plank sidewalks of Omro in this view looking east to the intersection of Main Street and Webster Avenue.
View of Omro's Main Street at intersection of Webster Avenue, looking east.
Omro businessmen stand at attention outside their shops on the south side of Main Street.
View of the south side of Main Street with the Fox River in the background. Visible at far right is the Daggett Mill building (now the Cottonwood Apartments).
Winter view of Division Street (now Webster Avenue) looking north towards the Fox River.
View of Division Street (now Webster Avenue) looking north towards the Fox River.
An interurban car on its way to Oshkosh passes a cluster of Omro businessmen on Main Street.
View of Water Street (now, Main Street) looking west towards the intersection of Main and Webster Avenue. Visible at center is a cart spraying water to lay the dust of the unpaved road.
View of north side of Omro's Main Street at intersection of Webster Avenue, facing west.