• Employees of Kiel Dairy

    Six employees stand on the lawn and sidewalk in front of Kiel Dairy Products located at 301 Fremont Street in the late 1930’s. The man on the left is wearing a pair of white coveralls and a white hat…

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  • Art Voland Kiel Dairy Products

    Art Voland is shown posing on the step of his Kiel Dairy Products Co. horse drawn wagon.

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  • Lake to Lake Dairy Cooperative

    Gene's Photo shop

    This is a color photo of the Lake to Lake Dairy Cooperative, located on Eighth Street.

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  • Kiel Dairy Products 301 Fremont Street

    A front and side view of the Kiel Dairy Products Company. Stop in for "homade" ice cream.

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  • Stoelting 50th Anniversary

    This 50th Year Anniversary photo of the Stoelting employees was taken in front of the Stoelting Cheese and Dairy Plant in 1955.

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  • Stoelting Brothers 714 Paine Street

    In 1905, Otto and Adolf Stoelting and two partners started a business. They sold hardware and operated a sheet metal shop (fabricating tanks for cheese makers and farmers. In 1907, Gustav joined his b…

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  • Interview with Jerome Wojta

    Leary, James P., 1950

    Interview with trumpeter Jerome Wojta recorded at his home in Two Creeks, Wisconsin.

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  • Interview with Larry Hlinak

    Leary, James P., 1950

    Interview with musician Larry Hlinak of Mishicot, Wisconsin. Recorded at Americano's Dance Hall, Appleton, Wisconsin.

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  • Paul Gosz Orchestra

    Bohemian/Czech band led by Romy Gosz but in his father Paul's name since Romy was underage. From left to right: Jim Jirikovec, saxophone; Linky Kohlbeck, saxophone; Romy Gosz, trumpet; Joe Chizek, tub…

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  • It's polka time

    Billboard for "It's polka time" radio show on Manitowoc's WOMT radio, with Jack Leon as host and featuring the Bohemian/Czech polka band, Quirin Kohlbeck and his Orange-Crush Recording Orchestra. The…

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  • The Manitowoc Bohemian sound

    Leary, James P., 1950, March, Richard, 1946

    Chapter 18 from the book Down Home Dairyland: A listener's guide.

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  • View of White House Milk from Riverside Drive Park

    Kadow, Francis M

    This photograph looking northeast across the Manitowoc River from the vicinity of Riverview Drive Park shows the 21st Street viaduct with the Manitowoc Portland Cement plant in the distance on the lef…

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  • The White House news : souvenir publication of the White House Milk Company, July 14-15, 1945

    White House Milk Company (Manitowoc, Wis.)

    Four-page 17.5" x 22.5" illustrated "souvenir newspaper" commemorating the presentation of the War Food Administration's Achievement "A" Award to the White House Milk Company, a subsidiary of the Grea…

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  • Ortlieb’s Hall and Tavern

    This shows the ruins of the Ortlieb Hotel at 130 Fremont Street after the fire that demolished it. The property is now occupied by a Dairy Queen and Muermann Engineering.

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  • War ration book two

    United States. Office of Price Administration

    "War Ration Book Two," OPA Form No. R-121, consisted of front and back paper covers 5.75" x 4.25" folded from a single sheet of paper, with pages of red and blue stamps of varying point levels inside…

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  • Parade on Washington Street

    Kadow, Francis M. [photographer]

    In this view from a rooftop or upper story window, people line both sides of the street to watch uniformed marching units parading east on Washington Street in Manitowoc, Wisconsin on Sunday afternoon…

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  • Manitowoc County's future farmers and their prize stock

    Groll, Donald

    Several boys stand behind a row of Holstein heifers that are tied in open stalls in the dairy barn at the Manitowoc County Fairgrounds in Manitowoc, Wisconsin during a county fair in the 1940s. A sign…

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  • Stoelting Bros. Co.

    Established in 1905, Stoelting Bros. Co. sold conventional hardware, operated a sheet metal shop and fabricated watering tanks for area farmers and cheese makers.

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  • Kiel Woodenware Company

    This photo is an aerial view of the sprawling campus of the Kiel Wooden Ware Company in 1895. This business was located at the present site of Kiel City Park on what is now Paine Street. Kiel Woodenwa…

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  • Kiel Woodenware Company

    Employees of the Kiel Woodenware Company pose for this photograph. This business was located at the present site of Kiel City Park on what is now Paine Street. Kiel Wooden Ware specialized in the manu…

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