• Tackle Box and Cremo Bakery, Ashland, WI

    View of the storefronts along 2nd Street including the Tackle Box and Cremo Bakery with cars parallel parked along the street in the foreground. These two stores were located in the Leihy Block buildi…

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  • W. Roberts Confectionary, Ashland, WI

    A woman, three men and a boy stand nearby or on the wooden sidewalk in front of a small wooden building with fruit and produce on display for sale. The sign on the building says “W. Roberts. Confectio…

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  • Cochran and Marshall General Hardware, Ashland, WI

    Exterior view of a three story wooden building with the lettering Cochran & Marshall. A man on a wagon with a horse are in the foreground, and the wagon says "General Hardware located at 708 W 2nd Str…

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  • Angvick fire, Ashland, WI

    Firefighters and spectators looking at the fire and smoke from the Angvick Furniture Company, Angvick's warehouse, and the Totem Bowl buildings as they burned. On June 3, 1967 the Angvick fire consume…

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  • The Vogue, Ashland, WI

    View of the storefronts on the south side of the 500 block on 2nd Street West, or Main Street West today. Stores from left to right are The Vogue a women's clothing store, the Bardon Building housing…

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  • Bartender and patrons in front of The Keystone Saloon, Ashland, Wisconsin

    Five men stand in front of the Keystone Saloon, a single level storefront building. The man on the far left, Charlie Bell, is holding a bicycle, and the bartender, Stanley J. Talaska stands to the rig…

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  • The Vogue and the Larson Agency, Ashland, WI

    View of the single story Art Deco front façade of the clothing store The Vogue on the left, and two story brick C.E. Carlson 1919 building housing The Larson Agency on the right. The Vogue, located at…

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  • Modern Cleaners and Ashland Sewing Machine Co

    View of two, two-story buildings with architecturally different front facades. On the left is Modern Cleaners, and on the right is the Ashland Sewing Machine Company in the old Pabst Brewing Company b…

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  • Schumanns Fabrics in Ashland, WI

    Two storefronts on the main street in Ashland, WI. On the left is the two story brick building housing Schumann’s Fabrics at 404 West 2nd Street. On the right is a single story building housing Malmbe…

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  • Angvick Furniture Company, Ashland, WI

    View of the storefronts on the 800 block of Second Street West in Ashland, WI. In the center is the Angvick Furniture store with a sign that says “Home Furnisher Angvick, Undertaker.” In the fall of 1…

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  • Masonic Temple building, Ashland, WI

    Exterior view of the four story front facade of the Masonic Temple building located at 522 West 2nd Street in Ashland, WI. The first floor storefront houses Woods Rx Drug, Inc. The Rexall Store. 522 W…

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  • The Pic and EJ Born, Ashland, WI

    View of the front façade of the two story brick Braun building which was built in 1904. On the left is The PIC, with signs for Coca-Cola and Ice Cream, at 400 West 2nd Street, Ashland, WI, and next to…

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  • Powers and Fosshage Groceries, Ashland, WI

    Exterior view of a three story brick building. The first floor store front has a sign for the business located there: Powers & Fosshage Staple & Fancy Groceries. Five men and two women stand out front…

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  • Band Box in Ashland, WI

    Pictured on the 500 block along West 2nd Street from left to right are the Vaughn Library, Robert Oien & Company a furniture store, and the Band Box a women’s clothing store. The Band Box was a women'…

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  • American Express Co., Ashland, WI

    Six men stand in front of the two story brick building on 2nd Street (Main Street) which housed the American Express Company in Ashland, WI. In the background are other businesses and storefronts on 2…

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  • Cremo Bakery and 2nd Street, Ashland, WI

    Pictured on the 400 block along West 2nd Street from right to left are the Cremo Bakery, The Tackle Box Nicks Sport Shop, the Chippewa Café, McDonald’s Shoes, and Malmberg’s Jewelers. Cars are parked…

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  • Barta's Buffet, Ashland, WI

    Three men standing by the front doors for Chas. Barta. The exterior of the first and second floors is visible. Signs on the front windows say "Barta's Buffet." Charles Barta was the proprietor of a Sa…

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  • Business Dist., Cuba City, Wis., No. 5, 1908

    View of buildings, sidewalks, and telephone poles along Cuba City's main street. Businesses on right side of the unpaved road include "Pool Room" and "F. A. Florine Drugs". A small group of unidentifi…

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