• Main Street

    Looking east on Main Street in the 1930's, The Foat buildings' bait and Sport Shop, Kortendick's Meat Market, Rittman's clothing store are shown

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  • Main Street

    1930's view of Main Street, Waterford, Wisconsin. Waterford Post Office (USPS), Schenkenberg's Harness Shop, Town Tap, Howard Favell's Soda Fountain (upstairs), Pool Hall/Barbershop (downstairs) are s…

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  • Main Street

    Looking east on West Main Street. Buildings on the left include: a garage, Soren Peterson's bottled gas, Charles Gueschel's restaurant, Harness Shop, and Wallman furniture.

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  • Main Street

    From left to right: the bridge, Foat Building, Kortendick Building.

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  • Main Street

    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

    200 Block of East Main St. looking west with boardwalk.

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  • Main Street

    Looking east on West Main Street, Waterford, Wisconsin. Mealy's funeral home, originally Wallman and Steinke-furniture, undertaking, plumbing and heating, the Wallman residence, and Moes Department St…

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  • Main Street

    Alfred Oldenburg is pictured here hitching up the horse on the 200 block of Main Street Waterford. Photo taken September 27, 1916.

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  • Main Street

    Looking east on Main Street in 1949. The Foat buildings' bait and Sport Shop, Bakke Electric, Rittman's, Waterford State Bank, and the Strand Theatre are shown.

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  • Main Street

    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

    The Hecks and Emma Weiners chatting over the front fence.

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  • Main Street

    200 block of Main Street looking west, Waterford Wisconsin.

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  • Main Street

    Corner of Main and First Street, Waterford Wisconsin.

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  • Main Street

    A late 1930's view of Main Street, Waterford, Wisconsin. William Rittman's Clothing Store, Waterford State Bank, Jones Drug Store, Howard Favell's Soda Fountain, Pool Hall/Barbershop and Gamble's Stor…

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  • Main Street

    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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  • Main Street

    Main Street on the west side of Fox River, looking east from Jefferson Street.

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  • West Main Street

    West Main Street looking west from Jefferson Street, Waterford, Wisconsin. Archie Noble collection donated by Willard "Bill" W. Noble.

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  • Main Street postcard

    Two Main Street scenes, top: July 2, 1909, the opening day of the electric line. Bottom: July 3, 1898, the day after the fire.

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  • West Main Street

    West Main Street, Waterford, in the 1800's included the following buildings: the Waterford hotel, a harness shop, and the Wallman Furniture Factory.

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  • East Main Street

    The Halbach store on the right is home of the Halbach strain of White Rock poultry.

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