• Main Street, Thiensville, 1974

    Looking south from Buntrock Ave.

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  • South Main Street businesses

    Looking south on South Main Street from Milwaukee Avenue. Businesses are: the Blackhawk, Lamb's Style Center, Merle Norman Cosmetics, Badger Lunch, Jeffords Hardware, Bartelt Furniture, Consolidated O…

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  • 300 South Main Street, 1880's

    From back of photograph: n.e. corner of S. Third Street - identity of numbered buildings: 1. Langholff Saloon 2. "Penny Smith's" store 3. Brown Cobbler Shop 4. Brown Cobbler Shop

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  • East Side of Main Street above Algoma Street

    View of east side of Main Street above Algoma Street. Book - Oshkosh Illustrated, [977.565] 977.565 O8276

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  • Gaslight Lounge

    East side of the 200 block of South Main Street. Businesses are Jack's Shoes, Gaslight Lounge, Rodewald's Bakery, Wisconsin Electric, Loganway Real Estate, Mode O Day and Gambles.

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  • Wisconsin Electric

    Corner of South Main Street and East Milwaukee Avenue. Businesses are Gambles, Mode O Day, Loganway Real Estate, Wisconsin Electric, Rodewalds Bakery and Gaslight Lounge.

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  • Fort Shoe Store

    East side of the 200 block of South Main Street. Businesses are Lakeland Sport Shop, Fort Shoe Store, Gambles, Loganway Real Estate, Eddy's Tap and Gaslight Lounge.

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  • Fort Music Center

    East side of the 200 block of South Main Street. Businesses are Fort Music Center, Lakeland Sport Shop, Fort Shoe Store, Gambles, Loganway Real Estate, Mi-Way Eats and Gaslight Lounge.

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  • Uptown Theatre

    100 block of North Main on the east side. Businesses are Uptown Theatre, Eat Mor Lunch, Bill's Barber Shop and Lenny's Tap.

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  • Mazor Furniture Mart

    Main Street bridge looking north. Businesses are Mazor Furniture Mart, Elbow Room, Beckman Shoes, Badger Paints, H and R Block and Gruner's Office Supply.

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  • Dr. Blum's office

    Looking north over the Main Street bridge. Businesses in view are Dr. Blum's office, Mazor Furniture Mart, Elbow Room, Beckman Shoes, the Municipal Building and H and R Block.

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  • Honey's Tavern

    Northwest side of South Water Street West. Businesses are Honey's Tavern and Western Union.

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  • Fox River House

    The Fox River House, located at 232 Main Street, was owned by Michael Mielke. It was a boarding house and saloon, with a livery in the back.

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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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  • Armory Hotel, Ashland, WI

    Exterior view of a two story wooden building with lettering on top that says Armory Hotel. The doorway and windows on the left say "The Armory Hotel," while the doorway and windows on the right say "T…

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  • Bar Interior, Ashland, WI

    Interior view of a tavern showing two men holding beverages and a male bartender standing behind the bar. Signs and pictures line the bar and walls including a large sign that says "Ashland Lager Beer…

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  • A View from 7th Avenue

    Goeltz, Earl; Goeltz, James D.

    James Goeltz writes in the foreword, "I think you'll find a rather interesting account of Dad's life, most of which took place on 7th Avenue (West). He expounds on the hotel, prohibition, the store (t…

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