• View of New Glarus, early 1900s

    View overlooking New Glarus from the northwest part of the village looking southeast. The brick Swiss Church, built in 1900, is prominent on the left. To the right of the church, the white building wi…

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  • Lumberyard and houses, New Glarus

    View overlooking the New Glarus Lumber Company lumberyard and nearby houses. The photo looks toward the northwest edge of the village. At that time, the lumberyard was located where the Village Park i…

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  • View of New Glarus, 1907

    View of New Glarus looking southwest from Fifth Avenue near Second Street. The large brick building in the distance on the right is the New Glarus School. The white church on the left was first a Meth…

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  • View of New Glarus, 1913

    View looking toward New Glarus from the Milwaukee Railroad train tracks south of the Village. Three men and a handcar are on the railroad tracks.

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  • Construction project, New Glarus

    Manpower is used to stabilize a small building being moved on a wagon. It appears that the building next to it is being torn down. The photo was taken on Fifth Avenue near Second Street, looking south…

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  • View of New Glarus

    A view overlooking the Village of New Glarus, seen from east of the village. The white stone Swiss Church can be made out at the far right, indicating the photo was taken before 1900 when the building…

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