• First Congregational Church

    First Congregational Church exterior in South Milwaukee. Donor: Victor Craun-1965, Congregational Church, So Milwaukee.

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  • Aerial view of Camp Randall

    An undated aerial view of Camp Randall and the surrounding campus and neighborhoods.

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  • Public Library, Grand Rapids

    Postcard Collection, East Side. Left to right: The home of John and Clarice Arpin, the home of Daniel Arpin (John and Clarice's son), the Christian Science Church (formaly the First Congregational Chu…

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  • University Avenue road work

    Cement is poured during road work on University Avenue. The steeple of the First Congregational Church is visible in the background.

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  • First Congregational Church, Nekoosa

    Colby, J.M

    Postcard collection - Nekoosa. First Congregational Church in Nekoosa, built in 1893.

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  • First Congregational Church. Rochester, Wisconsin

    First Congregational Church located at 103 South State Street. Originally built in 1869 by the Universalists. Purchased in the early 1900's by the Congregationalists.

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  • Camp Randall Stadium from above

    A color photograph of Camp Randall Stadium and the Field House taken from almost directly above, including parts of the engineering campus.

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  • First Congregational Church parishoners

    Parishioners in formal dress stream out of the front entrance of the First Congregational Church, on North Breese Terrance and University Avenue.

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