• Kiel’s first resident dentist, L.P. Weisler and Family

    Looking east down Schleswig Street. The street name was changed to Broadway Street. A white horse is pulling a black buggy. Dr. Weisler, his wife, and a young daughter are sitting in the buggy. The ge…

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  • Ice delivery wagon

    The ice wagon stops to make a delivery in front of 612 Fremont Street. Three men pose with their wagon and horses.

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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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  • Stoelting Brothers Hardware horse-drawn wagon

    This is the site of the metal roofing barn. A group of men stand behind the Stoelting Brothers Hardware horse-drawn wagon. Two people are seated in the front of the wagon and a boy stands to the side.

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  • Klaeser's Barber and Ice Cream Shop

    In front of the Klaeser’s Barber Shop and Ice Cream Shop is a large candy cane barber pole. A beautiful lamp post is in the foreground of this photo. Two gentlemen and two boys are riding in a one hor…

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  • Fremont between 6th and 7th Street

    This scene is of the main street in Kiel. The street is full of activity. There are a lot of horses and buggies parked on the street and men and women are going to the stores. There is a man climbing…

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  • Rural U.S. Mail Wagon

    A team of horses is pulling the U.S. Mail wagon. The buggy has 4 enclosed sides and 3 square windows. There’s a large building is in the back ground. Though automobiles were well in use by the 1940's…

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  • Ed Krostag

    Ed Krostag Sr. sits alone in an open cart pulled by a horse. He is dressed in a dark suit and derby hat. The cart is stopped in the sun in front a small grove. A cow grazes at the edge of a field a sh…

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  • Kiel Woodenware Company

    An exterior image of the Kiel Woodenware Company, generally considered Kiel's first industry. This image is believed to have been taken shortly after the company was formed in 1884 by Fred Duecker and…

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  • Farmers at Village Hall

    Many farmers gather in front of the village hall. Farmers arrive at the train station to pick up equipment. The building from left to right: Baumann’s meat market, Klauck’s tavern and room house villa…

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  • American Legion Auxiliary

    In the driver’s seat of the wagon sits Fred Arnold holding a rifle. Mrs. Lola Nauth stands to the side of the Wisconsin Auxiliary sign and Elmer Henschel stands next to the oxen owned by John Henschel…

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  • K. M. A. Fremont Street between 6th and 7th street

    A horse and wagon are traveling east past the K. M. A. on main street in the early 1920's.

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  • Business district

    This photo features buildings along the business district of Kiel. A horse and cart are also featured.

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