Ad for J.L. Clark Manufacturing Company. Note ad is for passenger car not carriage.
Program from the formal opening of the Hotel Raulf, May 26, 1928.
Obituary of Henry P. Schmidt, proprietor of the Brooklyn Flouring Mill. Image is reprint from p. 2 of the Oshkosh Daily Northwestern, 1900-09-22.
Stein's Shop burned down on September 30, 1947, due to a faulty heating system. Photo taken from west side of lot looking toward Krumbo's Super Market and Winnebago County Courthouse.
Fur hat that was sold at the Stein's Shop
Short history on the Clark Carriage Company compiled by the Local History Librarian. Information would be sent out when inquiries were received concerning the company.
Advertisement from city directory.
Picture of the bar area at the Granary. Notice H.P. Schmidt mirror on the wall. Picture taken on the last day of business, Nov.17 2004.
Original location on 137-141 Main Street, before moving into the former Gates mansion on Church Street.
Charlie Stein in 1928 Pontiac truck.
Color postcard showing a side view of the Steins clothing shop.
Postcard showing interior of Stein's.
Picture of the Deltox Rug Company as it appeared in 2007. Building was torn down in Feb. 2008 for new Wisconsin Ave. bridge.
Menu showing the Wednesday and Thursday plate specials at the Tea Room, located in the Stein's Shop. Information on reserving the Private Bridge Room are provided. Miss Erna Nimmer was hostess.
Newspaper article announcing the sale of Banderob & Chase to Carleton William Mauthe and Ben Sadoff. Oshkosh Daily Northwestern, January 8, 1940
Article on the fire that destroyed the Schmit Brothers plant. Image is reprint from Oshkosh Northwestern, 1896-04-20
Booklet written in question and answer format about the ladies shop. Interior and exterior photographs are included in the booklet.
Short newspaper article on the presentation given by Gloria Miner and Irene Snyder about Stein's, a woman's clothing shop. During the presentation, personal items were shown. Oshkosh Northwestern, Apr…
Article on the Schmidt Milling Company closing and being sold. Image is reprint of p.24 of the Oshkosh Northwestern, 1982-03-30