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AS1-8A Vol. 1 St. Peter's Lutheran Church, Reedsburg

EHH2-15, Vol. 1 July 4, 1915; pie eating contest, Fred Krause with blueberry pie on his face.

EMERY NEG , Vol. 1 Pop delivery truck

GADE1-21 Vol. 1 First Presbyterian Church, Reedsburg

GADE1-23 Vol. 1 Old frame Methodist Church & new church, Main & N. Pine

GADE1-26 Vol. 1 Construction of new Meth. Church, Main & N. Pine

GADE1-29 Vol. 1 St. Peter's Luth. Church, 1908-09

GADE1-33 Vol. 1 Old Catholic Church, burned and replaced by brick church on another site.

GADE1-35 Vol. 1 St. Peter's Ev. Luth. Church, first painting in the new church. Church dedicated March 1909.

GADE5-41A Vol. 1 Construction of Methodist Church

GE1-7A Vol. 1 Dedication of Freda Meyers Nishan Memorial chapel at Greenwood Cemetery

GE1-13A Vol. 1 Easu? Darreunegue, Herb Stolte, Rebecca Clement?, Chrystal Sommers, Bill Arvold, Tubby Foss, John L_atle_s.

GE1-30 Vol. 1 Bates Hotel key tag

GE1-36 Vol. 1 Ice storm, City Park, Feb. 22, 1922

GE1-38 Vol. 1 Ice storm, E. Main St., R.P. Perry home, Feb. 22, 1922

GE1-42 Vol. 1 Ice storm, South Park, Feb. 22, 1922


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GE2-4 Vol. 1 Ladies band

GE2-6 Vol. 1 Parade float

GE2-8 Vol. 1 Charles Sommers, painter & decorator, ca. 1920's.

GE2-17 Vol. 1 Parade, ca 1920's, "Have Your Old Car Look Like New"

GE2-19 Vol. 1 Parade, in front of Kleeber Garage, ca. 1920's

GE2-29 Vol. 1 Charles Sommers auto painting. L: Charles Sommers; Center: Evan Schiefelbein; R: unknown. Business located on Clark St., block W. of Hwy 33 on south side of street. Ca. 1925

GE2-31 Vol. 1 Hal Edwards Orchestra, 1940

GE2-33 Vol. 1 Hal Edwards Orchestra, 1946 at the Wharf

HS1-24 Vol. 1 Reedsburg Fire Dept., John Suszycki on right

HS1-26 Vol. 1 Fire Dept. water wagon, John Suszycki, 1915

HS1-28 Vol. 1 John Suszycki, ca. 1910, horses: Pete & Charlie

HS1-30 Vol. 1 John Suszycki driving the city team

HS1-32 Vol. 1 State Firemen's tournament in Reedsburg, 1912

HS1-34 Vol. 1 Reedsburg Band at State Firemen's tournament, June 18, 19, 20, 1912

OS1-2 Vol. 1 Reedsburg Fire Dept., June 19, 20, 21, 1912; First row: Wm Moss, Albert Nieuhr, Ed Meyer, John Roloff, John Claridge, James Young, Walter Oehlers, Wil Grote, Frank Casup?, Wm Fisher; Nozzel men: A.W. Huebing, Ernest Schacke; Fred Ost, Wm Townsend, Roy Bloch, George Schultz, Herbert Wischoff, Max Krause, Irwin Parkhurst, Alvin Struck; Left, team-Hook & Ladder: Roy Mepham, Clark Townsend; Right Team-Hose cart: John Suszycke, Wm H. Zech.

OS1-34 Vol. 1 1912 State Firemen's Tournament, Main St. looking east. Buildings on R: New Store, Krueges Huebing & Clement Col; Chas Meyer-Harness shop; Ellenberg & Ost Hardware; Frank Kleb & Co. Frank Darrenouge-Shoes-jewels-barber shop; Stolte D.

& Foss Co. or Richards & Pelton Bldgs. On Left: Ropers; Louis Schulze; Sefist, Horkan Verthein Co.

OS4-39 Vol. 1 Catholic Church, old one

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OS4-HC Vol. 1 Central House, burned April 1896; upper porch #1 Nan Stolte, #5 Dora Stolte; on street #3 A.L. Harris, #4 Abram Mead, #5 Safford Mackey (doorway), #8 Asbury; Metcalf, #9 Lester Burt; front of harness shop, Dan Mepham

OS4-HC1 Vol. 1 Same as OS4-HC, above

OS5-2 Vol. 1 Evangelical United Brethren Church

OS6-33 Vol. 1 Firemen's tournament, 1912, Reedsburg Band welcoming firemen at depot. Bill Harper is the Drum Major

OS6-35 Vol. 1 Alba House (old Central House)

OS8-41 Vol. 1 Old Methodist Episcopal Church, NE corner Pine & 2nd Sts. 35'x40', built 1873, moved to N. Locust & Pine

RFD1-1A Vol. 1 Two teams in front of firehouse

RFD1-29A Vol. 1 Bates House. "This series loaned by Mrs. Glen Kleeber who is the young girl in carriage on left. Her father owned & operated the Bates House. Photo shows N. side with sidewalk crossing alley & going to Main St. through a lot where Card Shop is now located. Burned down Jan. 1, 1898.

RFD1-33A Vol. 1 Bates House fire, Jan. 1, 1898

RFD1-37A Vol. 1 Bates House fire, Jan. 1, 1898

RFD1-39A Vol. 1 Bates House fire, Jan. 1, 1898

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RFD1-41A Vol. 1 Central House fire, April 12, 1896

RFD1-43A Vol. 1 Central House fire, April 12, 1896

RFD1-37AA Vol. 1 Central House fire, April 12, 1896

RFD2-13 Vol. 1 Woolen Mill fie, April 1968

RFD2-15 Vol. 1 Woolen Mill fie, April 1968

RFD2-19 Vol. 1 Woolen Mill fie, April 1968

RFD2-3A Vol. 1 Two teams of fire apparatus in front of fire house

RFD2-4 Vol. 1 Woolen Mill fie, April 1968

RFD2-5A Vol. 1 Team with fire apparatus in front of fire house

RFD2-8 Vol. 1 Woolen Mill fie, April 1968

RFD2-9 Vol. 1 Woolen Mill fie, April 1968

RFD3-12 Vol. 1 Big Store fire, Sep. 3, 1957

RFD3-21 Vol. 1 Big Store fire, Sep. 3, 1957

RFD3-25 Vol. 1 Big Store fire, Sep. 3, 1957

RFD3-27 Vol. 1 Big Store fire, Sep. 3, 1957

RFD3-29 Vol. 1 Big Store fire, Sep. 3, 1957

RFD3-34 Vol. 1 Big Store fire, Sep. 3, 1957

RFD3-35 Vol. 1 Big Store fire, Sep. 3, 1957

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RG1-3A Vol. 1 Methodist Episcopal Church

RG1-41A Vol. 1 Presbyterian Church

RG1-43 Vol. 1 Catholic Church

RHS1-21 Vol. 1 Catholic Church & parsonage, 1906

RHS1-25 Vol. 1 Baptist Church

RHS2-27 Vol. 1 New St. Peter's Lutheran church, winter scene

RHS2-31 Vol. 1 New St. Peter's Luth. Church, dedicated March 14, 1909

RHS2-35 Vol. 1 Presbyterian Church

RHS2-37 Vol. 1 Old & new Presbyterian church

RHS10-2 Vol. 1 St. Peter's Lutheran school?

RM2-22A Vol. 1 Methodist Church

RM2-34A Vol. 1 German Luth. St. John's Church, Rev. L. Schneider, Pastor

RM7-12A Vol. 1 Laying cornerstone of St. Peter's church, May 10, 1908

RM7-34A Vol. 1 St. Peter's Lutheran Church

RM7-36A Vol. 1 St. Peter's Lutheran Church

RMISC5-HC Vol. 1 Main St. looking west, ca. 1920's

RMISC8-29A Vol. 1 Bates House, rate $1.50 per day, Up-To-Date in every way. W.S. Knowles, Prop. From Bates & Sherman's catalogue of real estate, ca. 1906.

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RMISC9-9 Vol. 1 "New" Sinclair gas station, 1936

RMISC9-11 Vol. 1 Moving picture show car, from 1948 centennial RTP edition

RMISC9-13 Vol. 1 Claire Briggs boyhood home on 156 Vine St.

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RMISC9-15 Vol. 1 Art Colby, blind musician

RMISC10-12A Vol. 1 Flying Tigers, Josh Sanford, 1942-46

RMISC10-21A Vol. 1 Flying Tigers, Josh Sanford

RMISC13-32 Vol. 1 Old ball park (S. Webb Ave.) Getting ready for Reedsburg's centennial celebration, 1948.

RMISC14-10 Vol. 1 Reedsburg Brass Band, drummer kid is Otto Riggert

RMISC14-12 Vol. 1 Reedsburg Military Band

RMISC14-20 Vol. 1 Reedsburg Fire Dept.

RMISC14-23 Vol. 1 Leo Parkhurst at Cities Service bulk plant

RMISC14-25 Vol. 1 Reedsburg ball team

RMISC15-6 Vol. 1 Cities Service station, corner E. Main & S. Park

RMISC15-16 Vol. 1 Schenk Electric, 1962

RMISC16-28A Vol. 1 Dr. Collins fox farm, ca. 1916, He rented land from Orin Beardsly

RMISC18-34 Vol. 1 Popcorn stand by Huntley Hotel (Cornerstone today, 1998)

RMISC18-42 Vol. 1 Soapbox races, Reedsburg Centennial 1948, Dick Baumgarten on right

RMISC19-15 Vol. 1 Main St., "The land of milk and honey"

RMISC19-17 Vol. 1 Edward Krey saloon, 1912

RMISC19-19 Vol. 1 West Main bridge, N. side of street, July 1956

RMISC19-21 Vol. 1 Sanatorium, ca. 1962

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RMISC19-44 Vol. 1 Dolly Madison Dairy delivery van

RMISC20-6 Vol. 1 N. side of 200 block of Main St., ca. 1896-1921, Reedsburg Bank marked by arrow

RMISC20-8 Vol. 1 Inside Reedsburg Bank, employees, left-right: W.F. Winchester, R.P. Perry, ?, Mary Witwen, Otto Krause

RSB1-2 Vol. 1 Water well with bucket, located on Herman Maske property. Note old high school in background. Ca. 1940's

RTP1-1 Vol. 1 Big Store fire, Sep. 3, 1957

RTP1-3 Vol. 1 Big Store fire, Sep. 3, 1957

RTP1-31A Vol. 1 St. John's Luth. Church fire, Jan. 10, 1937

RTP1-33A Vol. 1 St. John's Luth. Church fire, Jan. 10, 1937

RTP1-41 Vol. 1 Big Store fire, Sep. 3, 1957

RTP1-43 Vol. 1 Big Store fire, Sep. 3, 1957

RTP2-5 Vol. 1 Big Store fire, Sep. 3, 1957

RTP2-7 Vol. 1 Big Store fire, Sep. 3, 1957

RTP2-9 Vol. 1 Big Store fire, Sep. 3, 1957

RTP2-11 Vol. 1 Big Store fire, Sep. 3, 1957

RTP2-13 Vol. 1 Big Store fire, Sep. 3, 1957

WT2-7A Vol. 1 Bernard Luetkens hauling cream, "Big Store" on umbrella, ca. 1914


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Updated: February 21, 2008