• Main Street looking west

    A view of Main Street looking west. This was the first cement street in Menasha, and all the cement was hand mixed. The bell tower is the City Hall and Fire Station building. In the lower left is one…

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  • Main Street of Schleisingerville

    This photograph captures the transition period from horses to automobiles. Also notice the utility poles going up and down Main Street (Kettle Moraine Drive).

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  • Main Street, Omro, Wis.

    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.

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  • Main Street looking east

    A view of Main Street looking east. The car on the left in front is a 1937 Oldsmobile and the car behind it is a 1936 Chevrolet.

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  • Main Street. Waterford, Wisconsin

    Main Street, Waterford, Wisconsin. From right to left: Gamble store with Favell barbershop in the basement, a tavern, a harness shop, Zimmer's Drug Store, and the Waterford Post Office (USPS).

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  • Parade on Main Street

    This is a parade in honor of laying the cornerstone for the Hotel Menasha. It is a view of Main Street looking east.

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  • Main Street looking south

    This tinted postcard shows Main Street when it was a residential neighborhood with large leafy trees and large houses.

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  • Main Street. Waterford, Wisconsin

    Noble, Archie

    Main Street, left side of the street: State Bank of Waterford, and the Strand Theatre. On right side: Heck's, and the Fox River Hotel. Archie Noble collection donated by Willard "Bill" W. Noble.

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  • Main Street looking north

    This color postcard shows a subdued Main Street. No pedestrians are visible among the commercial buildings. Only horses and buggies parked along the street provide evidence that humans inhabit this to…

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  • Main Street. Waterford, Wisconsin

    The Hecks and Emma Weiners chatting over the front fence.

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  • Milwaukee and Main Street

    1882 photo of W. Milwaukee St. taken from the Milwaukee St. bridge showing unpaved streets, horses and buggies; Sea Side Oyster House; W. C. Holmes, Merchant, Tailor; John Griffiths' Hardware; ads for…

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  • Main Street (Friendship, Wisconsin)

    Taylor, E. C

    Hill and Son store is the white building; John Gunning Abstract building is the large, 2-story building on left.

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  • Main street of market

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  • Xayabury: taxis--main street

    This "taxi" is the more conventional kind in most of Laos. In Lao, they are referred to as a "sawng thaew", meaning literally two rows.

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  • Main Street. Waterford, Wisconsin

    Noble, Archie

    101 E. Main Street, owned by John Heck during prohibition. Dentist office of Dr. J. L. Hall. Archie Noble collection donated by Willard "Bill" W. Noble.

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  • Main Street, rear view

    Gruver, Lowell "Bud"

    Photo of North Main Street shops from the rear (the Rock River side), including Sheppard's Jewelry Store.

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  • Main Street in Menasha

    A view of Main Street looking east across the square. A band is playing.

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  • Main Street Seasons Greetings

    Looking south on Main Street from the north side of the bridge.

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  • Main Street looking west

    A view of Main Street looking west from Racine Street at the north side of the street. Loescher Hardware is on the far right.

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  • North Main Street view

    Looking north on Main Street from railroad track crossing near present day intersection with North 4th St.

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