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Volume 3 Photo's Identification

AS1-10A Vol. 3 Mueller's Drug Store; L-R: George Henry Mueller, Frank Mueller; lady clerk, right, Miss Emma Krueger, customer, Frank's mother, Mrs. Dora Mueller
AS1-12A Vol. 3 Laying brick pavement on Main Street

AS1-16A Vol. 3 Reedsburg Woolen Mill

AS1-20A Vol. 3 Five ladies, probably in Mueller's Drug Store

AS1-26A Vol. 3 Main St., summer, photo taken from drug store, probably Muellers

AS1-29A Vol. 3 Main St., winter, photo taken from drug store, probably Muellers

CM1-15 Vol. 3 Big Store, outside view

CM1-17 Vol. 3 Big Store, inside view

CM1-19 Vol. 3 Big Store, inside, pots & pans, buggies

CM1-21 Vol. 3 Big Store, inside drygoods

CM1-23 Vol. 3 Big Store, inside, chairs

CM1-27 Vol. 3 Big Store, inside, dried flowers

CM1-29 Vol. 3 Big Store, inside, buggies

CM1-31 Vol. 3 Big Store, inside, cloth

CM1-33 Vol. 3 Big Store, inside, cloth

CM1-35 Vol. 3 Big Store, inside, groceries

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CM2-15A Vol. 3 Stolte Hotel, lobby

CM2-17A Vol. 3 Stolte Hotel, dining room

CM2-19A Vol. 3 Stolte Hotel, bedroom

CM2-21A Vol. 3 Stolte Hotel, bathroom

ED1-14 Vol. 3 Big Store

ED1-16 Vol. 3 Big Store, ca. 1920's

EHH2-5 Vol. 3 Decoration Day or 4th of July, in City Park, speech by W.E. Smith, Supt. of County Normal School.

GADE1-9 Vol. 3 W.H. French, office of Reedsburg Woolen Mill, ca. 1890?

GADE1-24A Vol. 3 Laying 2nd railroad track over Baraboo River, 1890

GADE1-40 Vol. 3 Baraboo River Bridge

GADE1-41 Vol. 3 Bandstand, City Park: RTP, June 17, 1910: "Visitors to the city park no longer need sit with their backs toward the band stand in order to rest their eyes, for the neat, tasty appearance of the new structure is a delight to tired eyes. Constructed carefully with due regard to symetry and beauty of architecture, the City Council are to be congratulated on having as handsome a band stand as may be found anywhere. The lower part of the stand is of substantial red paving brick while the upper portion and the pillars are of wood neatly painted white. The green roof

harmonizes with the foliage which is thick about it. Will Townsend deserves the applause since he made the plans and superintended the building of this handsome band stand. Caretaker Tim Kelley has worked faithfully to get the park in first class condition. His interest and endeavor in trying to make the park a real 'pleasure spot,' is worthy of praise and now the one thing lacking has been supplied and the park is ready to stand the inspection of the most critical."

GADE2-30A Vol. 3 Bridge & dam over Baraboo River, Nov. 1885. Woolen Mill on right.

Wooden cribbing on left serves as sluice for feed mill.

GADE2-33A Vol. 3 Roper Hotel in 1889. Had livery stable in rear.

GADE3-7A Vol. 3 Reedsburg Flour Mill, flood conditions, late 1890's

GADE3-23A Vol. 3 Railroad bridge, just below dam at mill pond. Only one track ran through town at the time, late 1890's

GADE4-29A Vol. 3 Reedsburg Woolen Mill, flood of Feb. 10, 1966

GADE4-31A Vol. 3 Plumbing shop?

GADE4-35A Vol. 3 Baraboo River bridge, 1900

GADE4-41 Vol. 3 Badger Theater, 1959 Ford car in front

GADE5-2A Vol. 3 Reedsburg Bank, A&P Store, Thieman's Drugs, July 16, 1945

GADE5-5A Vol. 3 Kleeber Motor's, shop on 2nd floor, L-R: Bert Leicher of Loganville,

Hilbert S. Kleeber, 1917-18

GADE6-33 Vol. 3 Baraboo River dam

GADE6-36 Vol. 3 Baraboo River dam

GADE7-40 Vol. 3 Baraboo River dam

GADE7-42 Vol. 3 Baraboo River dam

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OS1-23 Vol. 3 Stolte Hotel, dining room. L-R: Bertha (Reinicke) Fisher, Alma (Ehlert) Davis, Emma (Rush) Kelley.

OS1-42A Vol. 3 Old Reedsburg Fairgrounds, located near where MATC is today-1999

OS1-44 Vol. 3 Wintermantel Meat Market, ca. 1900. First to carry canned goods. George Wintermantel and Inez (nee Blach).

OS2-6 Vol. 3 Wintermantel Meat Market, 1914, L-R: George Wintermantel, Ernie

Niebuhr, Christ Wintermantel.

OS2-8 Vol. 3 Parade down Main St., 1940

OS2-30 Vol. 3 [Should be OS2-32] Reedsburg Fairgrounds, 1906

OS2-34 Vol. 3 Soldiers on S. Walnut St.

OS2-36 Vol. 3 Part of present day (1999) Reedsburg Supply Co. Warehouse, here 1914.

OS3-4A Vol. 3 Sherwood's Woods on Baraboo River

OS3-38 Vol. 3 Reedsburg Woolen Mill dam, high water March 16, 1913

OS3-HC Vol. 3 Stolte Hotel, Summer 1896. Built by Wm Stolte, replaced Central House

which burned in 1896; Dr. Kellogg Photo gallery on alley, note display case.

OS6-12 Vol. 3 Pine Grove Park, Reedsburg

OS6-26 Vol. 3 Stolte Hotel kitchen, ca. 1905. Left, Theresa (Schulz) Wischoff

OS6-27 Vol. 3 [Should be OS6-28] Stolte Hotel employees, 1905. Front: Alma (Ehlert)

Davis; Fisher; Groteleuschein; back: ?, Fisher; Emma (Rusch) Kelley

OS9-9A Vol. 3 Reedsburg Woolen Mill exterior, Jan. 5, 1961

OS9-11A Vol. 3 Reedsburg Woolen Mill interior, Jan. 5, 1961

OS9-13A Vol. 3 Reedsburg Woolen Mill, Mrs. Evelyn Wagner, a weaver, Jan. 5, 1961

OS9-25A Vol. 3 Reedsburg Woolen Mill, Enid Mikonowicz, Jan. 5, 1961

OS13-43 Vol. 3 A.L. Harris residence, Pine St.

RG1-25A Vol. 3 Dam & bridge across Baraboo River in Reedsburg

RG1-27A Vol. 3 Tourist Camp, Reedsburg

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RG1-29A Vol. 3 Anna Stone Memorial Park

RG1-31A Vol. 3 Woolen Mill

RG2-9A Vol. 3 Baraboo River bridge looking west

RG2-23 Vol. 3 City Park

RG2-25 Vol. 3 Baraboo River bridge & Woolen Mill

RG2-27 Vol. 3 The Fair Dept. Store, 1907. (Probably not in Reedsburg)

RHS1-3 Vol. 3 Armory

RHS1-5 Vol. 3 Reedsburg Brewery

RHS1-40A Vol. 3 Reedsburg Woolen Mill

RHS2-2A Vol. 3 Woolen Mill dam, 1908

RHS2-6A Vol. 3 City Park, ca. 1911

RHS2-44A Vol. 3 Woolen Mill mill pond

RHS10-16 Vol. 3 Daylight Store; light brick building is Louise Schulze Saloon, West door was for ladies, east was men's entrance. Later occupied by Daniel's Harness Shop.

RM1-2AA Vol. 3 Main Street Bridge, ca. 1930's

RM1-4AA Vol. 3 City Park bandshell, erected 1933

RM2-8A Vol. 3 Woolen Mill

RM2-10A Vol. 3 Woolen Mill

RM2-12A Vol. 3 Woolen Mill & Baraboo River bridge

RM2-18A Vol. 3 View from Baraboo River Bridge

RM3-4A Vol. 3 South Park

RM6-3 Vol. 3 "Building new bridge 1924-25" Dam and bridge under construction,

viewed from railroad bridge.

RM7-4A Vol. 3 Gene Murray's Ox Team, Amos & Andy

RM7-30A Vol. 3 Old ball park & fairgrounds, with flour mill & woolen mill in background

RM7-32A Vol. 3 Woolen Mill dam flood, ca. 1921

RM8-31A Vol. 3 Main Street Bridge, ca. 1940

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RMISC1-14AVol. 3 Cannon on boulevard, scene taken from movie "See Your Town & Yourself in the Movies" 1938

RMISC1-17A Vol. 3 Marker located near cannon on boulevard, scene taken from movie "See Your Town & Yourself in the Movies" 1938

RMISC4-6A Vol. 3 Flood on N. Webb Ave.

RMISC4-8A Vol. 3 Flood in Anna Stone Park

RMISC6-3 Vol. 3 Reedsburg Centennial parade, 1948

RMISC8-10A Vol. 3 Woolen Mill, 1899

RMISC8-1A Vol. 3 Roller Mill, 1899

RMISC24-25A Vol. 3 High water Main St. bridge, Feb,1966

RMISC24-27A Vol. 3 High water, Webb Ave., Feb., 1966

RMISC24-33A Vol. 3 Beverly Ann Steffen, 1992 Alice In Dairyland

RMISC24-37A Vol. 3 Main St. bridge, flood, Feb.1966

RMISC24-39A Vol. 3 Flood, Webb Ave. looking south to Main St., Feb., 1966

RMISC25-1A Vol. 3 Reedsburg tornado? "Pickerings" is note on photo

RMISC25-3A Vol. 3 Reedsburg tornado? "Pickerings" is note on photo

RMISC25-41A Vol. 3 Sacred Heart old church

RMISC25-43A Vol. 3 Reedsburg area tornado?

RSB1-44 Vol. 3 Reedsburg City Park. "On A Sunday Afternoon while Strolling Through

the Park". Seated, L-R: Millie (Ziegler) Tripp, Cornelia (Schaller) Meyer, Dora Mente. Standing: Hulda (Behn) Hahn, Ottilia Wardin, Frances (Heiser) Harrington

WT1-3 Vol. 3 City Park, ca. 1907

WT1-5 Vol. 3 City Park

WT1-32 Vol. 3 Tourist Camp sign

WT2-13A Vol. 3 Woolen Mail dam

WT2-9A Vol. 3 Baraboo River & flouring mill


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Updated: February 21, 2008