• First National Bank, Oconomowoc

    Medium shot of First National Bank at 110 Milwaukee Avenue in Oconomowoc. Ionic columns and a pediment are on both sides of the building. The entrance is at left. An emblem for the bank is found in th…

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  • Five Points, Waukesha, northeast view

    O'Brien, Warren S

    Long shot of Five Points in downtown Waukesha looking northeast on West Main Street. Cars are driving on the cobblestone street. The Schlitz Hotel at 294 West Main Street is on the left side of the ph…

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  • Les Paul and Junior Optimist "Red Hot" Ragtime Band

    Les Paul poses with his "Red Hot" Rag time Band in front of a Junior Optimist parade float. The band members are in costume. A man sits in the cab of the truck. Notes: Les Paul is fourth from the left…

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  • Bostwick's Confectionery, Waukesha, soda fountain

    Close shot of the soda fountain in Bostwick's Confectionery in Waukesha. Bistro tables and wrought iron chairs are arranged in the dining room. An American flag is hung on the wall. The tin ceiling fe…

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  • Auditorium Theater, Waukesha

    Long shot of people posed in front of the Auditorium Theater at 212 West Main Street in Waukesha. Lunette window with keystone arch is on the second floor above the entrance. Awnings cover the ground…

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  • Five Points, Waukesha southeast view

    O'Brien, Warren S

    Long shot of Five Points in Waukesha looking southeast on West Broadway Street. Cars drive in both directions on West Broadway Street. Cars are parked along the south side of the street. Flags are hun…

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  • West Broadway Street, Parade

    O'Brien, Warren S

    Long shot looking northwest of a parade on West Broadway Street, Waukesha on 4 July 1922. The Waukesha Post Office can be seen behind a podium and trees on the left. Flags are hanging over the street…

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  • Bethesda Spring, Waukesha, first spring house

    Tyler and Bugbee

    Photograph of the first structure built over Bethesda Spring. The spring house pavilion has a hip roof with a flagpole at the apex. "Bethesda Spring" is written on the side. The spring house also has…

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  • Oconomowoc Street Carnival

    Oconomowoc street carnival held 3-4 August 1906. Signs for "Expert Barooty Troupe" and and the "Laughing or Fun Factory" are held up with poles. A sign for "Scientific American Mummy" is placed on the…

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  • Gaspar Furniture Store, Waukesha, parade float

    Close shot of Gaspar Furniture Store parade float on 4 July 1908. Horses wear decorative blankets and bridles and their harnesses are decorated with flowers. The men on the float are costumed. The flo…

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