• 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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  • 101 East Main Street, Evansville, Wisconsin

    A black and white photograph of the F. A. Baker & Co. Building at 101 East Main Street. The building is also called the Baker Block and was built in 1893. Occupants of the building include hardware st…

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  • Fort Hardware

    East side of the 200 block of North Main Street at the intersection with Sherman Avenue.

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  • Full view of J.C. Penney

    West side of the 1 - 99 block of South Main Street. Businesses are J.C. Penny and Gerhardt Hardware.

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  • Jeffords Hardware store

    West side of 200 block of South Main Street. Businesses are Jeffords Hardware and Bartelt Furniture Company.

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  • Blackhawk Hotel

    Looking north on Main Street at the corner of South Water Street. Businesses are Gebhardt Hardware, Como Photo, Hadinger Jeweler, James Bootery and Mazor Furniture Mart.

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  • Trilling Hardware

    The Trilling Hardware Company, 208 Main Street.

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  • Charlie's Grill

    South Main Street looking north toward the bridge. Charlie's Grill, Tuttle drugs, First National Bank, J. C. Penney Company and Gebhardt Hardware are identifiable.

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  • Trilling hardware store

    The Trilling Hardware Store, owned by Henry E. Trilling, was located at 208 Main Street. They sold stoves, tools, guns and ammunition among other things.

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  • 275 Main St, Reedsburg, Sauk County, Wisconsin

    Stager, Claudette

    This commercial vernacular structure was built by Reedsburg Building and Lumber in 1885 for Joseph L. Green. He leased it to Gale, Siefert and Company Hardware for five years. August Siefert was in th…

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  • 272 Main St, Reedsburg, Sauk County, Wisconsin

    Stager, Claudette

    This Romanesque structure was built in 1888 to house the operations of the Reedsburg Free Press. Edward M. Hackett was the architect and Reedsburg Building and Lumber was probably the builder. Norman…

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  • 296 Main St, Reedsburg, Sauk County, Wisconsin

    Stager, Claudette

    This commercial vernacular structure was built in 1887 for Thomas R. Young after a fire destroyed a wooden building on this site in 1886. The first occupants of the new building were the post office,…

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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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