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Loganville, Wisconsin Photographic Collection: Volume 1


LOG1 Looking north on Main st. 1909 (Same as LOG110)(also see LOG20)
LOG2 Looking south on Main st. 1909
LOG3 Fire, Feb. 1924. (Same as LOG208)
LOG4 Fire, Feb. 1924.
LOG5 Inside John Riggert's General Store, ca. 1920's. L-R: Lydia Timmcke, Herman
Timmcke, Oscar Wagner.
LOG6 Garage, NW corner of State & Main streets
LOG7 4th of July parade, 1908 or 1909.
LOG8 August Soltwedel standing by road equipment , ca. 1910-1915.
LOG9 Kohlmeyer's camper (built by him), ca. 1922-24. Photo in Yellowstone Park.
LOG10 Fire truck in parade. Edgar Kruse photo.
LOG11 1924 fire. Winecke Meat Market. note meat grinder top of photo. Alice Winecke px.
LOG12 1924 fire. Alice Winecke photo.
LOG13 1924 fire. Alice Winecke photo.
LOG14 1924 fire. Alice Winecke photo.
LOG15 1924 fire. Alice Winecke photo.
LOG16 Fire, Feb. 1924.
LOG17 Auto accident in front of Richert Tavern (Loganberry in 1999).
LOG18 Auto accident in front of Richert Tavern (Loganberry in 1999).
LOG19 Early 1920's.
LOG20 Main St., 1909. Looking N. Bldg. 2nd from left was Adam Leicher undertaking parlor.
Forth from left was meat market.
LOG21 (Loganville?) Band in a parade
LOG22 (Loganville?) Band in parade at a convention? in Janesville, 1933.
LOG23 Ladies going fishing near Loganville
LOG24 Looking east from the west side of town.
LOG25 Ice storm, Feb. 22, 1922
LOG26 Ice storm, Feb. 22, 1922. First house on right across bridge going west.
LOG27 Mill pond west side of town. Looking south. ca. 1900.
LOG28 Inside Loganville Milk Plant, ca. late 1920's. Gus Schrank, left. Carl Gluth Jr., right.
LOG29 Same as LOG117, East side of Main St., just north of Burmester's Grocery.
LOG30 Parade wagon, c. late 1890's.
LOG31 Ca. 1890. Tavern located south of Burmester's Grocery.
LOG32 Possibly Richert's Tavern. Is the Loganberry in 2001, north side of village, west side
of street.
LOG33 Richert's Tavern, c. 1935. L-R: Curley Luetkens, Emil Richert, Marten Schank. Is the
Loganberry in 2001, north side of village, west side of street.
LOG34 Automobile, ca. 1920's.
LOG35 Inside Roewer's store, possibly.
LOG36 Sunday morning. Helen Winecke photo.
LOG37 Bird's Eye View, looking west, 1924.
LOG38 Cutting ice at Peper's Pond.

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LOG39 Cutting ice at Peper's Pond.
LOG40 Cutting ice at Peper's Pond.
LOG41 Cutting ice at Peper's Pond.
LOG42 View from airplane, George Schlieckau photo, ca. 1930's
LOG43 Main St., looking south, 1924.
LOG44 Bird's Eye View, 1909.Looking NE. House in lower right moved from Spring Valley,
was put there when they thought road would go thru. When it didn't it was moved to
street to the left. Clay was made into bricks used in some local homes, from water
hole in lower left.
LOG45 Harness Shop & Post Office, ca. early 1900's. L-R: William Ware, Mabel Ware
Hammermeister, Lydia Schulz. Ladies operated millinery store on right. Mrs. Archie
Thomas photo. Same as LOG109.
LOG46 Paving Main St. with macadam, ca. 1913. Bill Williams, center.
LOG47 St. John's Lutheran Church, Loganville. 1908
LOG48 Voss Blacksmith on left ca. 1907. Looking NW.
LOG49 Main St. looking north, 1908.
LOG50 Loganville Creamery, 1908.
LOG51 Bird's Eye View, looking NW, 1925-1927, State Hist. Soc. of WI photo # WHi (G5) 1223
LOG52 Bird's Eye View, looking NW, 1924, State Hist. Soc. of WI photo # Whi (G5) 1224
LOG53 Meacham Fire, April 25, 1947.
LOG54 Meacham Fire, April 25, 1947. Spring Green Rural Fire Dept. truck.
LOG55 Meacham Fire, April 25, 1947.
LOG56 Truck factory, ca. 1920's.
LOG57 Street Scene looking south. 1921. State Hist. Soc. of WI photo # Whi (G5) 1225
LOG58 Main st. looking north, 1924.
LOG59 Ca. 1890. Tavern located south of Burmester's Grocery.
LOG60 Street construction
LOG61 Street work in Loganville
LOG62 Swimming in Narrow's Creek, 1910. Eric Schalkhauser photo
LOG63 Kids in back yard.
LOG64 Bridge west of Loganville. "The old swimming hole", Summer 1910. Eric
Schalkhauser photo.
LOG65 Band. Henry Westedt with hand on beer pump. Dorothy Behn photo
LOG66 Sawmill. Standing on engine: front, John Riggert; center, Wm Kruse. Henry Westedt
seated with vest. Engine was a "Star" make. Early 1900's. (Closeup of LOG67)
LOG67 Sawmill. Standing on engine: front, John Riggert; center, Wm Kruse. Henry Westedt
seated with vest. Engine was a "Star" make. Early 1900's.
LOG68 Sawmill. St. Peter's Lutheran Church in background. (Closeup of LOG67) Early
1900's.
LOG69 Gorsshans Mill, north end of town. Dorothy Behn photo.
LOG70 Main St. c. 1910. Riggert's General store on right.

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LOG71 Fishermen in front of Burmester's Grocery, L-R: Julius Gluth, Bill Williams
(standing), August Giese (with beard), F. Ninneman (with suspenders), Ed Williams
(with derby), Wm Grosshans (feet over side), others unknown.
LOG72 Decoration Day, 1919. L-R: Herman Thies, Martin Baumgarten?, ?, Gus Stecklburg,
Gus Thies, Wm Thies, Hank Nieman?, Henry Thies.
LOG73 Decoration Day, 1919.
LOG74 Gathering of people, possibly a wedding (bride & groom in center).
LOG75 Inside (unknown) bar.
LOG76 Loganville brick schoolhouse under construction.
LOG77 Bar and hotel. Loganberry Inn in 1999 (North end of town, west side of street).
Dorothy Behn photo. (See LOG281 for closeup)
LOG78 Parade down Main street.
LOG79 4th of July celebration around 1940. Car built by Henry Albers, driven by Rex &
Reuben Albers.
LOG80 Soldier, Albert Burmester
LOG81 Meacham Fire, April 25, 1947.
LOG82 Meacham Fire, April 25, 1947.
LOG83 Threshing crew stopped in Loganville. 1894. Rig owned by Henry Kruse (driving
engine). Man 2nd from left in suit is D.B. Hulburt. 3rd from left is Ed Luehrsen. Also
in photo is Henry Hasz, John Thieding. Albert Kruse photo. Same as LOG294.
LOG84 Parade down Main st.
LOG85 Roll of Honor, WWII, Welcome Home. Jan. 1946. Sign painted by Frank Leicher.
LOG86 Firemen's Convention, ca. 1938
LOG87 Firemen's Convention, ca. 1938
LOG88 Firemen's Convention, ca. 1938
LOG89 Firemen's convention, ca. 1938. 6th from left: Wm Retzlaff, 7th, Gus Steinhorst
LOG90 Firemen's Convention, ca. 1938
LOG91 Firemen's Convention, ca. 1938
LOG92 Meacham Fire, April 25, 1947.
LOG93 Meacham Fire, April 25, 1947.
LOG94 Meacham Fire, April 25, 1947.
LOG95 Meacham Fire, April 25, 1947.
LOG96 West of Main St., ca. 1920's. Same as LOG814
LOG97 Hard rubber tire log truck.
LOG98 Inside Burmester's General store. L-R: Helen (Winecke) Grosshans, Al Burmester,
Nettie Fenster (a customer).
LOG99 4th of July parade 1924.
LOG100 4th of July parade, 1924.
LOG101 Loganville Fire Dept., 1924.
LOG102 Milk truck, ca 1917. Built by Fred Kohlmeyer. One of first that he built from junk
parts. Truck held about 100 cans of milk. Note right hand drive.
LOG103 John & Mrs. Williams. ca. 1900. Built by Mr. Williams.

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LOG104 Looking east towards Loganville from Spring Valley Rd.
LOG105 Meacham Fire, April 25, 1947.
LOG106 Meacham Fire, April 25, 1947.
LOG107 Meacham Fire, April 25, 1947. (Same as LOG111).
LOG108 Grave marker of Antonett (York) Spooner, wife of William, d. Sep. 29, 1864,
Westfield Cemetery.
LOG109 Harness Shop & Post Office, ca. early 1900's. L-R: William Ware, Mabel Ware
Hammermeister, Lydia Schulz. Ladies operated millinery store on right. Mrs. Archie
Thomas photo. Same as LOG45.
LOG110 Looking north down Main st. 1909 (Same as LOG1)(also see LOG20)
LOG111 Meacham Fire, April 25, 1947. (Same as LOG107)
LOG112 Feb. 22, 1922 ice storm. The bridge on the "Hillpoint Road".
LOG113 Feb. 22, 1922 ice storm. Looking south.
LOG114 Street renovation.
LOG115 Street renovation
LOG116 Ball game in park north of the steel bridge.
LOG117 East side of Main St., just north of Burmester's Grocery. Same as LOG29.
LOG118 Street work in town.
LOG119 Inside bar?
LOG120 First Saloon in Loganville. Early 1900's. Loganberry in 1999.
LOG121 Loganville Fire Dept. parade
LOG122 Loganville Fire Dept. parade
LOG123 Looking south in 1910.
LOG124 Street scene, ca. 1940's.
LOG125 Harvesting ice at Peper's Pond. Cutting machine belonged to Al "Spits" Steckelburg.
LOG126 Harvesting ice at Peper's Pond. L-R: Martin Hennings, Al Licht, Martin Steckelburg.
LOG127 Looking NE towards Loganville from Spring Valley Rd.
LOG128 Bill Williams, right, on fishing trip at Lodie's Mill near Witwen. mid 1930's.
LOG129 Looking north, 1958.
LOG130 Westedt's Hall. In basement was a dining room. Freda and Lena Westedt prepare to
serve a meal.
LOG131 Same as LOG98 & LOG214, Inside Burmester's General store. L-R: Helen (Winecke)
Grosshans, Al Burmester, Nettie Fenster (a customer).
LOG132 Looking NW. 1910. Building on left was built as a hotel, later right side converted to
a saloon. Upper story was a dance hall. Ringling Bros. performed there. Bldg. 2nd
from left was blacksmith shop owned by Wm Retzlaff. 3rd bldg. was village jail.
Village doings held there along with elections. Far right is gristmill of Wm
Grosshans.
LOG133 4th of July parade down Main St. Burmester Store float.
LOG134 "A Pioneer residence, Loganville, Wisconsin" date unknown.
LOG135 Looking south, 1924.

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LOG136 Feed mill on NE side of village, on Peak Hill Rd.
LOG137 Martin Thies Oil delivery truck
LOG138 Bob & Luana Thies, 1934. Martin Thies trucks.
LOG139 Road Construction
LOG140 Road Construction
LOG141 Road Construction
LOG142 Looking north. 1924. State Hist. Soc. of WI photo, # Whi (G5) 1227
LOG143 Bird's Eye View, looking NW. ca. 1924
LOG144 Building St. John's Lutheran Church, 1896.
LOG145 West side main street, 1928.
LOG146 Building St. John's Lutheran Church, 1896.
LOG147 Threshing grain with steam engine.
LOG148 Loganville Creamery 1895.
LOG149 Threshing crew.
LOG150 Feed sack, Snow Drift flour, from Wm Grosshans flour mill.
LOG151 Feed sack, Flavo Flour, from Wm Grosshans flour mill.
LOG152 William Thies displays items from Grosshans flour mill. Feb. 15, 1973, Bill Schuette
photo.
LOG153 Putting hops on poles around 1900 on Colvin farm (Robert Bergman farm in 1999)
LOG154 Loganville Roller Mill, north side of village.
LOG155 "When shall we four meet again?" 1908. George Hasz seated in rig used to deliver
mail when he opened route two. Rig also used to deliver bottled milk in Loganville.
The two mules were purchased by George in Minnesota and driven by him back to
WI. Photo taken near old creamery.
LOG156 East side of Main St., Burmester's Grocery second from left.
LOG157 East side of Main St. 1928.
LOG158 Log cabin on Schwartz farm (2000), Co. Hwy. D., south of Pine Bluff Rd. photo ca.
1980's.
LOG159 Looking east from Spring Valley Rd., Feb. 4, 1973, Bill Schuette photo.
LOG160 Looking east from Spring Valley Rd., Feb. 4, 1973, Bill Schuette photo.
LOG161 Al Burmester behind soda fountain, ca. mid-1920's.
LOG162 Sep. 3, 1910. Henry Hennings, Mrs. (Elsa) August Yecht, Mrs. (Freda) Fred Eckstein.
Eric Schalkhauser photo.
LOG163 Main St. looking north. 1910, photo by Eric Schalkhauser.
LOG164 Looking west, March 1973. Bill Schuette photo.
LOG165 Meacham Fire, April 25, 1947. (Same as LOG191)
LOG166 Bird's Eye View, looking NW.
LOG167 Main St., looking south, 1921
LOG168 F. Ninnemann Dray Line, Loganville
LOG169 St. John's Lutheran Church, 1896.
LOG170 Looking east, early 1900's. House on left built by Ernest Voss in 1911. Was built
close to street so his wife, an invalid, could see what was going on up town.

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LOG172 Al Burmester at soda fountain, 1926-27.
LOG173 Loganville baseball pitcher, southpaw, Walter Klipstein.
LOG174 Looking east toward Loganville from Spring Valley Rd.
LOG175 Same as LOG44. Bird's Eye View, 1909.Looking NE. House in lower right moved
from Spring Valley, was put there when they thought road would go thru. When it
didn't it was moved to street to the left. Clay was made into bricks used in some local
homes, from water hole in lower left.
LOG176 Baseball game near Loganville. Nieman's barn on left.
LOG177 Pulling snowplow 1920. Henry Schrank on right. Note milk on trucks.
LOG178 1921. L-R (in 1924 businesses were): Farber Auto Co., Funeral home of Adam
Leicher, Implement & hardware store of J.G. Hasz, Meat market of H.A. Winecke,
Wagon repair shop of J.C. Luehrsen, private home, Soltwedel's Bar & dance hall,
Hardware and general store of John Riggert. First five buildings destroyed by fire in
1924. Bldg. on right is "Wisconsin Truck Factory" built by the Leicher Bros.
LOG179 St. John's Lutheran Church. early 1900's.
LOG180 Martin Thies by a Maxwell truck, owned by Fred Ninneman.
LOG181 Trumbull home, ca. early 1900's. Located top of Mill St. hill on left.
LOG182 Chevrolet Garage (next to Burmester's Store). Gas is 16 cents.
LOG183 Baumgarten (gas station).
LOG184 West of Main St., ca. 1920's.(Same as LOG96)
LOG185 Wagon, team of horses.
LOG186 Barn construction.
LOG187 Barn construction.
LOG188 Loganville Milk Plant. Klondike truck in front (owned by Martin Thies), Winton
truck in back.
LOG189 Truck.
LOG190 Soltwedel Hall, later Meacham Tavern
LOG191 Meacham Fire, April 25, 1947. (Same as LOG165)
LOG192 Soltwedel's Hall, school fair. 1922. Teachers were Stella Severson & Loretta Horken.
LOG193 4th of July float of Burmester's Store, early 1920's.
LOG194 Dr. Otto Westedt working on his medical dummy. April 27, 1906. Office was located
in old wing of Cora Fisher's house. That wing has since been removed.
LOG195 Auto
LOG196 Loganville Cornet Band at Soltwedel's Hall performing in a skit "The Village Band"
to raise money for the group. Band leader is Carl Koenig; boy with vest is Fritz Thies;
Playing drum is Al Schrank; with large horn and cowboy hat is Erwin Thies; left of
Erwin with trombone is Bill Thies; man on far left with cornet is Henry Nieman.
LOG197 Family around log cabin.
LOG198 Otto Soltwedel Bar. Owner is behind bar.
LOG199 Wisconsin Truck Factory, ca. early 1920's.

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LOG200 "Fourteen Fools For Fun" club, July 4, 1918. L-R, back: Agnes (Westenhaver) Wegnor, Ruth
(Kruse) Abraham, Hazel (Ware) Voss, Elsie (Peck) Henning, Erene (Baumgarten) Dubois,
Ester Schwenke, ?. Front: Ruth Westedt, Dorena (Zimmerman) Harms, Edna (Krueger)
Timcke. A group of area girls who got together evenings to crochet and embrodery and do
other fancy work. Met every two weeks in different homes. Afterward they would have lunch
and talk. Others in the group and not pictured were: Lydia (Kruse) Timcke, Mabel (Ware)
Hammermeister, Mildred Licht (former LOGanville school teacher), Esther Hennings.
LOG201 Ernest & Minnie Voss, 1900. On Walnut St. east of Main. (Was Walter Spohnholtz
home later).
LOG202 ca. 1909. See LOG233 for description of buildings.
LOG203 Inside Loganville's first saloon, 1935 (Loganberry in 1999). L-R: Emil Richart
(center) bartender, owner; Curley Luetkins (left); Martin Schank (right).
LOG204 "Loganville Road, Feb. 22, 1922" ice storm.
LOG205 Steam engine pulling threshing machine.
LOG206 Parade in Loganville.
LOG207 Kohlmeyer's camper (built by him), ca. 1922-24. Photo in Yellowstone Park.
LOG208 Fire, Feb. 1924. (Same as LOG3)
LOG209 Fire, Feb. 1924.
LOG210 1922, looking east.
LOG211 Bob Retz. First motorcycle in Loganville, was owned by Otto Retz, his brother.
Between 1915-1918.
LOG212 Bicycle riders on Spring Valley Road. Loganville in background.
LOG213 Same as LOG198, Otto Soltwedel, owner, behind bar.
LOG214 Same as LOG98 & LOG131, Inside Burmester's General store. L-R: Helen (Winecke)
Grosshans, Al Burmester, Nettie Fenster (a customer).
LOG215 Otto Meyer, Lavita Hasz, before 1920.
LOG216 4th of July parade, 1908 or 1909.
LOG217 Meacham Fire April 25, 1947. Newspaper photo.
LOG218 1924 parade. Photo from Mrs. Ed (Meyer) Elfers.
LOG219 Parade down Main St.
LOG220 Located where Blank Barbershop was later built. Sign reads: "Auto Welding &
Soldering, Prop. E.A. Phippin". Ca. early 1930's.
LOG221 Ice storm, Feb. 22, 1922
LOG222 Ella Steinhorst home in 2001, on Main St.
LOG223 Main st., looking south.
LOG224 Loganville Grist Mill, north side of town. Owned by Wm Grosshans.
LOG225 Hauling milk, stuck in snow.
LOG226 Kohlmeyer car shops, ca. 1940's. Run by Fred, Bill, Ed Kohlmeyer. Located on west
Walnut St.
LOG227 Fire, Feb. 1924.
LOG228 Fire engine in front of cement block building, ca. 1920's.
LOG229 Fire engine
LOG230 Main St., looking south, ca. 1940's.

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LOG231 Hauling logs.
LOG232 Main st. looking north from east side of st. Gas selling for 16 cents.

LOG233 1910. L-R: Used as barbershop, doctor's office, gas station. 2nd from left, built by
John Williams, bought by Al Burmester in 1921. Originally a hardware store,
Burmester continued that line, adding merchandise and groceries. Soda fountain was
in back. 3rd from left built as hardware store, later used as a tavern.
LOG234 ca. 1906, looking south. R-L: Riggert's General Store, employed 4 women, 3 men.
sold hardware & clothing, apartments upstairs. Cost $700 to build ($135 was labor).
Next is Soltwedel's Bar. Built as hotel, later lower floor became a saloon with dance
hall upstairs. Bought by Robert Meacham in 1945, he and his 5-year old son killed in
fire there in 1947, building was destroyed.
LOG235 Looking NE, ca. 1910
LOG236 Digging through snowdrifts (possibly north of Loganville).
LOG237 Bill Williams. c. 1929.
LOG238 Aerial photo, Aug. 16, 1975. Photo by Wm C. Schuette, plane flown by George Schlieckau
LOG239 Aerial photo, Aug. 16, 1975. Photo by Wm C. Schuette, plane flown by George Schlieckau
LOG240 Aerial photo, Aug. 16, 1975. Photo by Wm C. Schuette, plane flown by George Schlieckau
LOG241 Aerial photo, Aug. 16, 1975. Photo by Wm C. Schuette, plane flown by George Schlieckau
LOG242 Aerial photo, Aug. 16, 1975. Photo by Wm C. Schuette, plane flown by George Schlieckau
LOG243 Aerial photo, Aug. 16, 1975. Photo by Wm C. Schuette, plane flown by George Schlieckau
LOG244 Aerial photo, Aug. 16, 1975. Photo by Wm C. Schuette, plane flown by George Schlieckau
LOG245 Aerial photo, Aug. 16, 1975. Photo by Wm C. Schuette, plane flown by George Schlieckau
LOG246 Aerial photo, Aug. 16, 1975. Photo by Wm C. Schuette, plane flown by George Schlieckau
LOG247 Aerial photo, Aug. 16, 1975. Photo by Wm C. Schuette, plane flown by George Schlieckau
LOG248 Aerial photo, Aug. 16, 1975. Photo by Wm C. Schuette, plane flown by George Schlieckau
LOG249 Aerial photo, Aug. 16, 1975. Photo by Wm C. Schuette, plane flown by George Schlieckau
LOG250 Wm C. Schuette, left; George Schlieckau, right. Aug. 16, 1975. In plane.
LOG251 The old mill.
LOG252 Parade float, "Ladies Emb.[Embroidery] Club"
LOG253 Parade float.
LOG254 Parade float
LOG255 1916 Reo. Rev. Fred Schalkhauser's first car.
LOG256 Riggert's General Store, ca. 1912. L-R: Valera (Riggert) Tuhus, John Riggert, Martha
(Ohland) Gluth, Elsie (Gluth) Soltwedel, Ella (Williams) Steinhorst, Martha
(Luherson) Froman, Ernest Riggert. (See LOG274 for closeup of people).
LOG257 Creamery
LOG258 Log cabin, location unknown.
LOG259 Winter scene looking north near grist mill.
LOG260 William Grosshans on the dam. Helen Winecke photo
LOG261 Gravel crusher used in road construction.
LOG262 Kids in front of school

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LOG263 Loganville wood frame school building
LOG264 Peper Brothers truck. Parade unit. Edgar Kruse photo.
LOG265 Car ran off street
LOG266 Martin Thies Trucking, in a parade. Edgar Kruse photo.
LOG267 Units in a parade. Edgar Kruse photo.
LOG268 Blank Barber Shop, ca. 1931. Walter & Elsie Blank, and daughter, Elaine.
LOG269 Truck
LOG270 Soltwedel's Hall, 1920's.
LOG271 Interior of store (possibly a store in Reedsburg)
LOG272 Sawmill
LOG273 School fair at Loganville school.
LOG274 Standing in front of Riggert's General Store, ca. 1912; L-R: Valera (Riggert) Tuhus,
John Riggert, Martha (Ohland) Gluth, Elsie (Gluth) Soltwedel, Ella (Williams)
Steinhorst, Martha (Luhersen) Froman, Ernest Riggert. (Closeup of LOG256)
LOG275 Skit
LOG276 Kid in old auto
LOG277 Same as LOG274
LOG278 Grosshans flour mill, north edge of town. Dorothy Behn photo.
LOG279 Sawmill. North side of town, west side of street. c. early 1900's. Logs were sawed
into firewood with this horse powered machine.
LOG280 Sawmill. North side of town, west side of street. (Segment of LOG279)
LOG281 Bar and hotel. Loganberry Inn in 1999 (North end of town, west side of street).
Dorothy Behn photo. (Closeup of LOG77)
LOG282 Looking west from a hill on east side of town. St. Peter's Luth. church steeple.
LOG283 Ice storm, Feb. 22, 1922
LOG284 Man by truck
LOG285 Klondike Milk truck, ca 1917. Built by Fred Kohlmeyer, one of the first he built from
junk parts. Truck would hold about 100 cans. Note right hand steering.
LOG286 Herman Winecke in his meat market, Jan/Feb 1924
LOG287 Otto Gudenschwager in Klondike truck.
LOG288 Loganville Fire Dept. 1924.
LOG289 Loganville Fire Dept. 1924.
LOG290 Closeup of LOG293
LOG291 Threshing crew stopped in Loganville. 1894. Rig owned by Henry Kruse.
LOG292 Road past Thies Brothers farm, north of Loganville
LOG293 Threshing crew stopped in Loganville. 1894. Rig owned by Henry Kruse (driving
engine). Man 2nd from left in suit is D.B. Hulburt. 3rd from left is Ed Luehrsen.
LOG294 Threshing crew stopped in Loganville. 1894. Rig owned by Henry Kruse (driving
engine). Man 2nd from left in suit is D.B. Hulburt. 3rd from left is Ed Luehrsen. Also
in photo is Henry Hasz, John Thieding. Albert Kruse photo. Same as LOG83.
LOG295 Ice storm, Feb. 22, 1922. Kohlmeyer home.
LOG296 Kohlmeyer home after ice storm of 2-22-1922.
LOG297 Fred Grauvogel, Ed Baumgarten, Joe Ames?
LOG298 Looking down on Main st. from hill on east side, c. 1920's?.
LOG299 Looking down on Main st. from hill on east side in winter.
LOG300 Early 1900's, looking east on Walnet St., aka "Hillpoint Road".


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