• Main Street

    Postcard collection - Nekoosa. Main Street, Nekoosa.

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  • Main Street

    Postcard collection - Nekoosa. Main Street, Nekoosa.

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  • Main Street

    Gruver, Lowell "Bud"

    This photo of the west side of North Main Street includes several retail shops, identified and unidentified. Among the identified ones are Dorothy's Records, Cards, and Candles; and Patti's Place.

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  • Main Street

    Gruver, Lowell "Bud"

    This photo of the east side of South Main Street in Janesville includes the Downtown Cafe and the Rock County Bank

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  • Main Street

    Thiers, Louis Milton, 1858-1950

    This photograph was taken May 12, 1898, by L. M. Thiers, and is looking north from near the intersection of Main and South Streets (Sixth Avenue and 59th Street). This is the first street pavement to…

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  • Main Street - north end - Old Main Street bridge

    Truesdell, S. W

    This photograph was taken from a high point on the Bain Wagon Company property facing north up Main Street, showing the bend in the street to the left to meet Milwaukee Avenue. The lawn of the Pennoye…

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  • Schleisingerville Main Street

    View of Main Street.

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  • Main Street, WIlton

    Photograph of Main Street in Wilton.

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  • Main Street, Cashton

    Photograph of Main Street, Cashton Hardware Co. is pictured.

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  • Main Street bridge

    Looking north over the Main Street bridge. Businesses are Como Photo, Hadinger Jeweler, James Bootery and Mazor Furniture Mart.

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  • Woodville's Main Street

    A winter scene of Main Street in Woodville in the early 1900's

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  • Main Street, Nekoosa

    Postcard collection - Nekoosa. Market (Main) Street in Nekoosa in the 1930's. Buildings include Oliver's IGA grocery store, a bakery, a post office, Polzine restaurant, Krenke Grocery, Voss Hardware,…

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  • Main Street (South)

    This color postcard depicts South Main Street looking toward the Courthouse. Commercial buildings line the unpaved street, and horses and buggies are parked along the sidewalks.

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  • Main Street Scheisingerville

    View of Main Street near Kippenhan's.

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  • Main Street North

    Photo; Main Street North, Necedah, Wisconsin

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  • Along main street

    As of 2005, this street is being redone with brick sidewalks and refurbished shop fronts using UNESCO funds. Its essential look, though, is the same as in 1957.

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  • Woodville's Main Street

    Finvold, P.C

    Main Street in Woodville around 1900. The street is lined with horses and buggies. The Hanson and Johnson Hardware store in on the corner of Main and River Streets. The brick building is the Mercantil…

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  • Schleisingerville's Main Street

    Schleisingerville's Main Street.

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  • Baldwin's Main Street

    Looking east. Baldwin Millinery, on the left, was torn down in 1993.

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  • Main street: cars

    The number of Mercedes on the streets in downtown Vientiane bespeaks the massive influx of aid money into the country, as well as the increasing class polarization.

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