• Lake Leota, residence at 217 West Main and street views, Evansville, Wisconsin

    Twelve photographs on one page of the folder Glimpses of Evansville Wisconsin, including scenes of Lake Leota, Evansville, Wisconsin streets, and the home of Evander Blakeley, 217 West Main Street.

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  • Congregational Church, Evansville, Wisconsin

    A photograph postcard of the Congregational Church. Photograph is taken from the intersection of West Church Street and First Street, looking northwest. The church was built in the 1850s and remodeled…

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  • Chicago & Northwestern Depot and Train, Evansville, Wisconsin

    A colorized photograph postcard of a train arriving at the Evansville, Wisconsin depot of the Chicago and Northwestern Railway Company. People are standing on the deck outside the depot and a horse-dr…

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  • Eager Business Block, Evansville, Wisconsin

    The Eager Business Block, also known as the Economy Store, Evansville, Wisconsin was built in 1904 and used as a department store until the 1930s. The building has also served as a Ben Franklin store…

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  • North Madison Street Bridge, Evansville, Wisconsin

    A colorized photograph of the North Madison Street Bridge, before 1931. Six people, who appear to be children are standing on the railing and deck of the bridge. The bridge is across Allen's Creek in…

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  • North First Street, Evansville, Wisconsin

    A photograph postcard of North First Street, looking south from Garfield Avenue, in Evansville, Wisconsin. The house on the right is 51 North First Street, built in 1902 for Albert and Lulu Dixon.

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  • Robert Harley's parade car

    Robert Hartley's automobile with three people with umbrellas in the back seat and two men in the front seat. The wheels and body of the car are decorated with white pompoms.

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  • Four commercial buildings, Evansville, Wisconsin

    Photographs of four commercial buildings are on one page of the folder "Glimpses of Evansville, Wisconsin" Gill's Livery Stable has been razed. The restaurant and bakery of Miss A. Story and the R. E…

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  • South First Street, Evansville, Wisconsin

    A photograph postcard of the homes in the 400 block of South First Street, Evansville, Wisconsin. The home in the foreground was built for the Vivas C. Holmes family in 1910 and from the 1930s to the…

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  • Garfield Avenue, Evansville, Wisconsin

    Photograph of Garfield Avenue, Evansville, Wisconsin. The street was opened in 1900 from North Madison Street to North Second Street. The view is from the intersection of North Madison Street and Garf…

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  • West Church Street, Evansville, Wisconsin

    A photograph of West Church Street, taken from the intersection of South Second Street and West Church Street, looking west. The streets are dirt. The Evansville Seminary building can be seen at the e…

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  • Eager Free Public Library, Evansville, Wisconsin

    A colorized photograph postcard of the Eager Free Public Library, Evansville, Wisconsin. "Public Library, Evansville, Wis." is printed on the bottom of the card. The library was built in 1908 as a gif…

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  • Residential and railroad scenes, Evansville, Wisconsin

    The house at 42 West Main Street Evansville, Wisconsin was built for Byron Campbell, in 1881. Byron Campbell was a mayor of Evansville in the early 1900s. Mrs. J. Storey's house on Mill Street, John W…

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  • Baker Manufacturing Company, Evansville, Wiscosnin

    A photograph postcard of the warehouses under construction at the Baker Manufacturing Company, Evansville, Wisconsin. Models of the windmills manufactured by the Baker firm are on the roof of the ware…

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  • Central House Hotel, Evansville, Wisconsin

    The three-story Central House Hotel, on the northwest corner of Madison and Main Streets in Evansville, Wisconsin was built in 1855 and razed in the late 1930s. For several years, a band stand can be…

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  • South Madison Street, Evansville, Wisconsin

    "Winter in old Wis 1910" is written on the bottom of the postcard. A man is standing in front of the west side of the Pioneer Drug Store on South Madison Street, Evansville, Wisconsin. The Central Hou…

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  • Evansville, Wisconsin residences, 1900

    Six residences were photographed in 1900 and appear on one page of the folder Glimpses of Evansville Wisconsin. John Riley's residence was on the northwest corner of Maple and East Church Streets. Wil…

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  • Residences of Nelson Winston and Dr. John M. Evans , Evansville, Wisconsin

    Two photographs of residences on West Main Street. The home of Dr. John M. Evans, Sr. was at 104 West Main Street. It was built in 1884 and in the 1920s it was converted to the Masonic Temple. Nelson…

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  • D. E. Wood Butter Company, Evansville, Wisconsin

    A photograph postcard of the D. E. Wood Butter Co., Evansville, Wisconsin. The factory was established in the 1890s to make butter. During World War I, the factory made oleo margarine.

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  • Bank of Evansville, Evansville, Wisconsin

    A black and white photograph of the Bank of Evansville. The building was razed in 1951.

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