• East End of Market Street

    East end of Market Street prior to 1910; Note there is no street car track.

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  • Street view of a grocery store display window featuring Heinz Baked Beans

    Kwasniewski, Roman B.J., 1886-1980

    Advertisement slogan reads, "Heinz Baked Beans, Most Food -- Least Cost." Jablonski: "Store Window" / 841 26th Ave.

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  • Business Dist., Cuba City, Wis., No. 5, 1908

    View of buildings, sidewalks, and telephone poles along Cuba City's main street. Businesses on right side of the unpaved road include "Pool Room" and "F. A. Florine Drugs". A small group of unidentifi…

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  • Music Center in Ashland, WI

    Exterior view of the three story Vaughn Block building, located at 415 West 2nd Street, showing the storefront awning for the Music Center. The Vaughn Building located at 415 West 2nd Street was built…

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  • Demolishing the Knight Hotel, Ashland, WI

    View looking north of the demolition of the five story brownstone Knight Hotel building, also called the Knight Block. In the foreground is construction equipment. Colonel John H. Knight was born in 1…

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  • Exterior front of Wisconsin Acceptance Company

    Kwasniewski, Roman B.J., 1886-1980

    Wisconsin Acceptance Company Klukowski, Mr.: "Wisconsin Acceptance Corporation" / Butler Building, Room 220

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  • Commercial streetscape

    Kwasniewski, Roman B.J., 1886-1980

    Visible store fronts include "Dixon's Sweet Shop", and "Wey_berg Shoes." Glasa, Mr. F. E. / 2404 S. Howell Ave.

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  • West Maple St., Lancaster WIS, L-452

    View of Maple Street looking east. Building at corner labeled "Lancaster State Bank". To the right is "A & P Food Stores", followed by "Rexall Drugs". Other businesses further up the street include a…

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  • 815 W Second Street, Ashland, WI

    View of the wooden building located at 815 West Second Street, Ashland, WI. Standing in front of the building on the wooden sidewalk are Claude Talaska, a barber and musician, on the left, Bert Olson…

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  • Marine Mart

    Krohn, Donald

    Photo of the front of the Marine Mart

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  • West Market Street

    West Market Street, Nekoosa.

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  • Sno-Wyte Bakery, Ashland, WI

    View looking across 2nd Street West and down the alley across the street. Sno-Wyte Bakery is visible on the right with an insurance and real estate office on the left. In the foreground is a Sherwin W…

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  • Shoe Shack, Ashland, WI

    View of the front façade of the three story brick Wilmarth No. 5 building, which houses the Shoe Shack, located at 408 West Second Street in Ashland, WI. Employing brick and brownstone trim, Lewis C.…

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  • Tackle Box and Cremo Bakery, Ashland, WI

    View of the storefronts along 2nd Street including the Tackle Box and Cremo Bakery with cars parallel parked along the street in the foreground. These two stores were located in the Leihy Block buildi…

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  • W. Roberts Confectionary, Ashland, WI

    A woman, three men and a boy stand nearby or on the wooden sidewalk in front of a small wooden building with fruit and produce on display for sale. The sign on the building says “W. Roberts. Confectio…

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  • Knight Hotel, Ashland, WI

    Knight Hotel looking west from Second Avenue East (Main Street East). People are visible walking along the wooden sidewalks and other buildings are visible in the background. Colonel John H. Knight wa…

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  • Market Street

    Market Street, Nekoosa, prior to 1910.

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  • Cochran and Marshall General Hardware, Ashland, WI

    Exterior view of a three story wooden building with the lettering Cochran & Marshall. A man on a wagon with a horse are in the foreground, and the wagon says "General Hardware located at 708 W 2nd Str…

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  • Rexall Drug, Ashland, WI

    Woods Rx Drug, Inc. The Rexall Store located at 522 West 2nd Street, today Main Street West, was on the ground floor of the four story Masonic Temple building. Looking down the 500 West block on Main…

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  • Main Street West

    Colby, J.M

    Main Street West, Nekoosa, Wisconsin.

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