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Loganville, Wisconsin Photographic Collection: Volume 2


LOG301 Fred Grauvogel by car.
LOG302 Looking up east Walnut st. towards St. John's Lutheran Church. ca. 1920's.
LOG303 Hauling something
LOG304 4th of July parade float of Burmester's Grocery
LOG305 Pond?
LOG306 Narrows Creek, c. 1910. Photo by Eric Schalkhauser.
LOG307 Parade units
LOG308 Martin Thies parade float. General trucking & hauling
LOG309 Mail was carried between Loganville & Reedsburg by Wm Voss in late 1920's in this
vehicle which had tank-like tracks on the rear.
LOG310 Inside Burmester Grocery.
LOG311 Parade float advertising a Luther League picnic, probably St. Peter's of Loganville.
Forest Harms' car. 4th of July.
LOG312 Looking North in 1909. Mr. Giles owned the building with the steps. To the left is
the Farrow place, built by Martin Roecker.
LOG313 East side of Main st. Possibly a "Brush" car under trees.
LOG314 Parade down Main st.
LOG315 Loganville Public School, ca. 1910. Photo by Eric Schalkhauser.
LOG316 Parade float of Loganville State Bank
LOG317 Decoration Day parade, 1919. Color Guard, L-R: Bill Gall (tall man), Martin Roewer,
Al Burmester, ?, Ed Stienke (flag bearer).
LOG318 C. Briggs cartoon about Loganville.
LOG 319 Various bills of sale from Loganville businesses.
LOG320 Harold A. Baumgarten bill of sale.
LOG321 Dorow bill of sale.
LOG322 Harold A. Baumgarten bill of sale.
LOG323 E.A. Kohlmeyer bill of sale.
LOF324 Loganville Auto Co. bill of sale.
LOG325 Larry's Welding bill of sale.
LOG326 Skit
LOG327 Martin Thies. Mail carrier between Loganville and Reedsburg.
LOG328 Wagner, Tuhus, Burmester bills of sale.
LOG329 Meat Market, Roewer, Gudenschwager bills of sale.
LOG330 Baumgarten bills of sale.
LOG331 Kohlmeyer bill of sale.
LOG332 Ninnaman bill of sale.
LOG333 Martin Thies bill of sale.
LOG334 Charles Fisher bill of sale.
LOG335 Stabnow Garage, Bloedau Motor sales bills of sale
LOG336 Kruse Bulb Sales advertisement.
LOG337 Stabnow's Garage advertisement.

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LOG338 In front of Soltwedel's Hall, left.
LOG339 Welcome Home WWII Honor Roll from Loganville
LOG340 Aftermath of fire (possibly the one in 1924).
LOG341 Fire of 1924
LOG342 Fire of 1924
LOG343 Loganville State Bank, built in 1915.
LOG344 Loganville State Bank, Martin Roewer, Paula (Licht) Fike
LOG345 Loganville State Bank, Martin Roewer, Paula (Licht) Fike
LOG346 Loganville State Bank, Martin Roewer, John Riggert, Edna (Nieman) Roewer,
Nov. 5, 1930
LOG347 Flavo Flour sack, produced by Wm Grosshans.
LOG348 Page from Loganville phone book.
LOG349 Page from Loganville phone book.
LOG350 Otto Soltwedel Bar. Owner behind bar.
LOG351 Main street, looking north
LOG352 Snow Drift flour sack of Wm Grosshans
LOG353 Soltwedel Hall, later Meacham Tavern.
LOG354 Tuhus house
LOG355 Horse and sleigh
LOG356 1922 Soltwedel's Hall school Christmas program. Teachers were Stella Severson,
Lauretta Horkan. Santa that year was Al Burmester.
LOG357 Painting by Marion Cape Biehn of LaCrosse. 1975-76. (painting in bank).
LOG358 Martin Thies trucking
LOG359 Loganville pioneer residence, log cabin.
LOG360 Tavern. (Loganberry in 1999).
LOG361 "Gag" photo, modified to represent Loganville mail delivery.
LOG362 Digging through snow, possibly north of Loganville.
LOG363 Mail was carried between Loganville & Reedsburg by Wm Voss in late 1920's using
this vehicle which had tank-like tracks on rear.
LOG364 Loganville Fire Dept. 1924.
LOG365 St. John's Lutheran Church, 1896.
LOG366 St. John's Lutheran Church, 1896. (Closeup of LOG365)
LOG367 St. John's Lutheran Church, 1896. (Closeup of LOG365)
LOG368 Soltwedel's Bar. L-R: Mr. & Mrs. Soltwedel. Right, Emma Winecke. Zita
(Soltwedel) Meyer photo.
LOG369 Emil Burmester's 1937 school bus. 24 passenger, green with white top. Hauled kids
to Reedsburg High School. Gas station in background belonged to Herb Baumgarten,
located where Co-op stood in 1995.
LOG370 Gravel crusher
LOG371 Steam shovel

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LOG372 Steam engine
LOG373 Delivering the mail.
LOG374 Gravel crusher
LOG375 Steam shovel.
LOG376 Steam shovel making road
LOG377 Quarry?
LOG378 Westfield map, 1981
LOG379 Westfield map, 1958
LOG380 Westfield map, 1971
LOG381 No photo
LOG382 Westfield map, 1967
LOG383 Westfield map, 1970
LOG384 Westfield map, 1953
LOG385 No photo
LOG386 Loganville Plat map
LOG387 Ford Garage billing heading
LOG388 Mrs. W.H. Ware Millinery store Grand Opening
LOG389 Loganville Plat map 1939
LOG390 Loganville Plat map
LOG391 Loganville Plat map
LOG392 Loganville Plat description 1853
LOG393 In front of Burmester's Grocery
LOG394 Ladies going fishing, west of Loganville.
LOG395 Henry Westeadt picking grapes
LOG396 Ladies in front of Roewer's General Store.
LOG397 Unknown
LOG398 Winter, men in front of auto
LOG399 Mrs. Adam Leicher painting a picture of M. Keudall, her sister-in-law from
Minneapolis.
LOG400 Bill Williams, right, on a fishing trip at Lodie's Mill near Witwen. Mid 1930's.
LOG401 Steven Kinsley, ca. 1898
LOG402 Steven Kinsley family, ca. 1898
LOG403 Mrs. Steven Kinsley ca. 1898
LOG404 Assembling the book, Loganville, Our Heritage, in basement of St. Peter's Lutheran
Church, 1980.
LOG405 Assembling the book, Loganville, Our Heritage, in basement of St. Peter's Lutheran
Church, 1980.
LOG406 Louise Jermo clerking in Burmester's Grocery, 1980
LOG407 William C. Schuette & David Burmester in Burmester's Grocery, 1980.

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LOG408 William C. Schuette, left & David Burmester assembling their book, Loganville, Our
Heritage, 1980.
LOG409 David Burmester, left & William C. Schuette, assembling their book, Loganville,
Our Heritage, 1980.
LOG410 David Burmester, right, carrying book materials from the printer in Spring Green.
1980.
LOG411 William C. Schuette, left & David Burmester in Burmester's Grocery, 1980.
LOG412 Unknown
LOG413 Unknown
LOG414 William C. Schuette, left & David Burmester videotaping at Reedsburg Log Village
for the Loganville video.
LOG415 David Burmester, left & William C. Schuette visit the grave of Chauncey P. Logan,
located in the Bay View Cemetery in Necedah, WI. Memorial Day, 1980.
LOG416 Same as LOG415 above.
LOG417 ca. 1911. L-R: Jay Westenhaver, Fred Kiethy, Walter Hoverman, ?, ?, Bert Leicher,
Bill Krahn, Fred Hasz. Picture taken on hill behind old creamery in birch woods.
LOG418 Joshua & Hannah Spooner, early settlers in Loganville. For a story of their lives, see
"The Eternal Hills" by Donna Spooner Tanney, 1973.
LOG419 Gathering in Loganville
LOG420 Wedding of Elsie Gluth & Herman Soltwedel in Loganville.
LOG421 Unknown
LOG422 Elsie (Gluth) Yecht, left. Taken in front of Burmester's Grocery.
LOG423 Unknown
LOG424 Paul Roewer in his store.
LOG425 William C. Schuette, left & David Burmester working on their book, 1980.
LOG426 David Burmester, left & William C. Schuette in Burmester's Grocery, 1980, posing
for pictures for their book.
LOG427 Same as LOG426 above
LOG428 David Burmester, left & Mark Coen (from WISC-TV) prepare for an interview in a
1981
LOG429 Louise Jermo dips an ice-cream cone for a patron, 1981
LOG430 Same as LOG428 above
LOG431 Same as LOG428 above
LOG432 Filming the interview (see LOG428 above)
LOG433 Same as LOG428 above
LOG434 Same as LOG432 above
LOG435 Henry Spooner, For a story of their lives, see "The Eternal Hills" by Donna Spooner
Tanney, 1973.
LOG436 Frances Spooner, For a story of their lives, see "The Eternal Hills" by Donna Spooner
Tanney, 1973.

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LOG437 Stephen Kinsley
LOG438 Chauncey P. Logan (1821-1881) Founder of Loganville, WI
LOG439 Chauncey P. Logan (1821-1881) Founder of Loganville, WI
LOG440 Frances A. Logan (1822-?), First wife of Chauncey P. Logan
LOG441 Mary E. Logan (1854-1923), wife of Albert E. Logan
LOG442 Albert E. Logan (1845-1912), son of Chauncey & Frances Logan
LOG443 1906, L-R: Ida Westeadt, Frieda Westeadt, Emma Luhrsen, Emma Tilker, Cora
Leicher, Louise Bergman.
LOG444 Eliazer Packer Newell. Father of Sylvia Emeline Hill, John Milton Hoyte Newell I,
John Milton Hoyt II. Eliazer died in 1874 at Spring Green, WI and is buried there
beside his father, Peter.
LOG445 Cecelia Newell, wife of Eliazer, buried in Westfield cemetery, 1860.
LOG446 Billy Retzlaff, member of the Loganville Band
LOG447 Unknown
LOG448 July 4, 1924 parade.
LOG449 Parade
LOG450 Decoration Day, 1919
LOG451 Deer hunters
LOG452 Decoration Day, 1919
LOG453 May Pole
LOG454 Boys licking ice cream bucket in front of Burmester's Grocery
LOG455 Adam Leicher family, March 26, 1919, on their 50th wedding anniversary. Rear, L-R:
Edward, Fenton, Frank, Bert. Front, L-R: Mrs. Adam Leicher, Cora (Fisher) Leicher,
Adam Leicher.
LOG456 Unknown
LOG457 Taken N. of Wis. Dells. L-R: Ed Burmester, Martha Roecker, Emil Roecker, Adela
Burmester.
LOG458 Unknown
LOG459 F. Ninnemann, Dray Line, Loganville
LOG460 Loganville Basketball ladies team, 1906. Cora Leicher Fisher lower right.
LOG461 Loganville Baseball team. Back L-R: Unknown, Harold Baumgarten, Herman Timke,
Unknown, Allen Nieman, Walter Blank. Front: Unknown, Unknown, Unknown,
"Shorty" Luetkens, Paul Roever, Gilly Retzlaff. Ca. 1925
LOG462 Unknown
LOG463 Firemen by engine
LOG464 Mr. & Mrs. Gus Erdman. Played at barn dances in the 19-teens.
LOG465 Edna Kreger & Herman Timke in front of Riggert's Store.
LOG466 L-R: Ester Hennings, Lydia (Kruse) Timke, Edna (Kreger) Timke, Schilling?, Ella
(Williams) Steinhorst. Photo taken in front of Riggert's General Store where they
worked.

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LOG467 Unknown
LOG468 L-R: Ella Steinhorst, Lilie Gluth?, Al Gluth, Martha Gluth, Armine Schalkhauser,
Elsie Gluth. Taken in front of Ed Elfers house across from St. Peter's church.
LOG469 Bill Williams, far right. Fred Meyer, far left. Center two may be Sodaburg family.
LOG470 Unknown
LOG471 Rev. George Fritschel, pastor of St. Peter's Lutheran Church, 1897-1903
LOG472 Loganville Band, July 4, 1927. The navy & white uniforms were purchased around
1920. The band was organized in 1918. Some Reedsburg members also pictured here.
LOG473 Loganville Band, ca. 1907. L-R, rear: Bert Leicher, August Hasz, Hank Nieman,
Herman Luehrsen, Walter Hoverman, J. Westenhaver, Frank Leicher, Ernest
Soltwedel, Bill Krahn, Fred Steckelberg, Roy Sprague (Cox). Front: Herman
Hoverman, Albert Schuette, Charley Fisher, Bob Raetz, August Steckelberg.
LOG474 Deer hunting trip
LOG475 Dr. Raleigh Brenizer, 1899.
LOG476 Bandit captured after Loganville Bank robbery. Photo from Wis. State Journal article,
Feb. 27, 1947.
LOG477 Unknown
LOG478 Mrs. Paul Roewer tends the store which she and her husband ran.
LOG479 Unknown
LOG480 Unknown
LOG481 Unknown
LOG482 Loganville Basketball ladies team, 1906. Cora Leicher Fisher lower right.
LOG483 Unknown
LOG484 Deer hunters
LOG485 Albert Burmester
LOG486 Unknown
LOG487 Unknown
LOG488 Unknown
LOG489 Unknown
LOG490 L-R: Lorna (Hasz) Pelton, Rowena Kruse, Wanda Hoverman.
LOG491 Dr. Sporledder
LOG492 William Ware
LOG493 Henry Schuette
LOG494 Unknown
LOG495 Unknown
LOG496 Dressed for a "Hard Times" dance, ca. 1924. L-R: Icel Carroll, Julia Scallon, Edna
Roewer.
LOG497 Four generations, Mr. & Mrs. D.B. Hulburt on left, on their 50th wedding anniversary,
Feb. 1906

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LOG498 Mr. & Mrs. Williams in front of house in Loganville
LOG499 John Riggert in buggy.
LOG500 Unknown
LOG501 L-R: Esther & Marie Hennings. c. 1910. On train trip. Esther was telephone operator
at phone office in Riggert's Store. Two people on right were cousins from Chicago.
Martin Hennings photo.
LOG502 Mr. & Mrs. Henry Schuette
LOG503 Mable Ware, left & Lydia Schulz. Ladies ran a millinery store in Loganville in the
early 1900's. Mrs. Archie Thomas photo.
LOG504 Playing cards. On right is Bob Retz. Mrs. Archie Thomas photo.
LOG505 Unknown
LOG506 Girls in front of Roewer's General Store
LOG507 The 4F Club (Four Fools For Fun). L-R: Loraine Harms, Ruth Abraham, Agnes
Westenhaver.
LOG508 Unknown
LOG509 John Riggert with rig.
LOG510 Mr. & Mrs. John Riggert & Valera
LOG511 Ed & Lena (Westedt) Kohlmeyer
LOG512 Oscar Wagner standing in front of Roewer's store where he worked.
LOG513 Edna (Kreger) Timke
LOG514 Ruth (Kruse) Abraham
LOG515 Same as LOG507
LOG516 Paula Fike, Martin Roewer in front of Loganville Bank.
LOG517 Valera (Riggert) Tuhus & Emma Krueger
LOG518 Unknown
LOG519 Emma (Schwenkhoff) Krueger
LOG520 L-R: Martin Roewer, Paula (Lichte) Fike, John Richert
LOG521 Boy in front of Burmester's Grocery
LOG522 John Richert, standing in front of the bank that he organized in 1915.
LOG523 Unknown
LOG524 Kids on log across creek
LOG525 Swimming hole in Narrows Creek. 1910. Eric Schalkhauser photo.
LOG526 Digging through the snow
LOG527 Delivering the mail
LOG528 Unknown
LOG529 Cora Fisher at her typewriter around 1978
LOG530 Unknown
LOG531 Henry Westedt?
LOG532 L-R: Pearl Bossard, Mrs. Harry Gray. July, 1979.
LOG533 Newell gravestone

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LOG534 Cecelia Newell
LOG535 Cecelia Newell, left. Unknown, right.
LOG536 Ed Kohlmeyer?
LOG537 Eleazer Newell
LOG538 Mr. & Mrs. John Riggert & Valera
LOG539 Conrad Weisler. V.P. of Loganville Bank, ca. 1918. Mrs. Vlarea Tuhus photo.
LOG540 Unknown
LOG541 Digging through the snow
LOG542 Digging through the snow
LOG543 Martin Thies. Mail carrier between Loganville & Reedsburg.
LOG544 Bill Schroeder sorting the mail. Was a rural mail carrier.
LOG545 Unknown
LOG546 Preparing the mail
LOG547 Loganville Postmaster & Librarian,
LOG548 Little girl with her stamp collection at Loganville Post Office
LOG549 Adam Leicher
LOG550 John Riggert, right. 1900. Taken on Narrows Creek below St. Peter's church
LOG551 Closeup of LOG550
LOG552 Al Burmester, left....
LOG553 F. Ninnemann Dray Line, Loganville
LOG554 Threshing crew at Gerhart Peper farm, east of Loganville ca. 1910.
LOG555 Mr. & Mrs. Adam Leicher
LOG556 Adam Leicher
LOG557 Adam Leicher family
LOG558 Loganville Fire Dept. at barn fire on LaVerne Harms farm, Jan. 21, 1981.
LOG559 Same as LOG558 above.
LOG560 Same as LOG558 above.
LOG561 Same as LOG558 above.
LOG562 Same as LOG558 above.
LOG563 Same as LOG558 above.
LOG564 Same as LOG558 above.
LOG565 Same as LOG558 above.
LOG566 Same as LOG558 above.
LOG567 Same as LOG558 above.
LOG568 Same as LOG558 above.
LOG569 Same as LOG558 above.
LOG570 Same as LOG558 above.
LOG571 Same as LOG558 above.
LOG572 Same as LOG558 above.
LOG573 Same as LOG558 above.

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LOG574 Same as LOG558 above.
LOG575 Same as LOG558 above.
LOG576 Loganville Fire Dept. Sep. 9, 1974
LOG577 Loganville Fire Dept.
LOG578 Loganville Fire Dept.
LOG579 Loganville Fire Dept.
LOG580 Loganville firemen
LOG581 Mr. & Mrs. Viv. Adams
LOG582 David Stevens presents plaque to "Barney" Luetkens
LOG583 Same as LOG583
LOG584 Loganville Firemen
LOG585 House in Loganville, once belonged to the Kohlmeyer family
LOG586 House in Loganville, once belonged to the Kohlmeyer family
LOG587 Post Office
LOG588 Main St. looking SW
LOG589 Main St. looking NE, Burmester's Grocery and The Den bar
LOG590 Closeup of Englebretzen's apartments
LOG591 Main St., Farmer's Inn on left
LOG592 Main St., apartments
LOG593 Farmer's Inn
LOG594 Ray Meyer's Plumbing
LOG595 The Happy Tap on north end of Main St.
LOG596 Paul Roewer General Store. March 1973
LOG597 Skelly Gas station, March 1973. Cora Fisher house on right.
LOG598 Skelly Gas station, March 1973
LOG599 The Den on right, Burmester's Grocery, center. March 1973

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