• Four residences in Evansville Wisconsin

    One page of the Glimpses of Evansville Wisconsin folder has four photographs of the residences of C. J. Pearsall, manager of the D. E. Wood Butter, Co. at 227 West Church Street; Dr. L. B. Beebe, a bu…

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  • Evansville quadrangle

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  • Barnyard circus entrance

    Photograph of entrance to the Barnyard Circus operated by Charles Russell Hall, and based in Evansville, Wisconsin

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  • Pheasant hunters

    Two hunters with their dogs preparing for a pheasant hunt.

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  • Evansville high school, Evansville, Wisconsin

    A sepia photograph of the high school in Evansville, Wisconsin. The school was built in 1897 by William Libby and Robert R. Hankinson. The school was designed by Chandler and Park, Racine, Wisconsin,…

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  • Wyler School For Boys, Evansville, Wisconsin

    A colorized photograph postcard of the Wyler School for Boys, Evansville, Wisconsin. The school operated from 1928 to 1979, as a boarding school.

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  • North side of East Main Street, Evansville, Wisconsin

    The north side of East Main Street with buggies parked in front of the businesses. The postcard is written by E.P.C. (Edith Colony), an Evansville resident to Edna Biglow, a former Evansville resident…

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  • Grange Store, Evansville, Wisconsin

    A photograph of the Grange Store building in Evansville, Wisconsin. The Grange Store was a department store with a bank, grocery, clothing, hardware, furniture and other household goods. The Grange St…

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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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  • Evansville High School and Graded School, Evansville, Wisconsin

    A postcard with separate photographs of the Evansville high school and Evansville, Wisconsin grade school. The high school, built in 1897, is on the left hand side of the card and the elementary schoo…

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  • South side of West Main Street, Evansville, Wisconsin

    A photograph postcard of the south side of the first block of West Main Street, Evansville, Wisconsin. The first building on the left was built in 1855, others were built in 1897-8 after a fire destro…

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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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  • Coon hound field trials

    Handlers and dogs await start of coon hound field trials at Evansville.

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  • 319 South Second Street, Evansville, Wisconsin

    The black and white photograph of the house at 319 South Second Street is taken from South Second Street, looking west. The house was built for Marshall J. Fisher in the 1890s.

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  • Polka Stars

    Gene Shulfer lays down his trumpet to sing during a performance at the Red Barn Polka Festival outside Evansville. Fellow trumpeter and co-band leader Jim Weisbrod is on Shulfer's right. Their band, t…

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  • Longfield Street, Evansville, Wisconsin

    A black and white photograph postcard of residences on Longfield Street, Evansville, Wisconsin. The view is from south of the residence at 317 Longfield Street, looking northwest. The cement block hou…

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  • Grange Store, Evansville, Wisconsin

    Postcard photograph of the Grange Store, Evansville, Wisconsin, with dirt streets. Photograph taken before 1914 when brick was installed on West Main Street. The photograph is taken from the north sid…

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  • West Main Street, Evansville, Wisconsin

    A colorized postcard of the corner of West Main and Madison Streets in the business district of Evansville, Wisconsin. The photograph shows a dirt road, prior to the brick streets installed in 1914

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  • 114 West Main Street, Evansville, Wisconsin

    The residence of Dr. John M. Evans, Jr., built in 1893. The building contractor was William Libby, Evansville, Wisconsin. This photograph was part of the folder of photographs, "Glimpses of Evansville…

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