Baraboo National Bank

Baraboo National Bank

Baraboo

Sauk County Historical Society

Photographic Collection

 

Baraboo

 

Airview, 4-1988 [E15-K3], visible: Effinger Brewery, St. Joseph’s School, Ringling Hotel, Bender Hotel,

             Ringlingville. July 1933

Airview, 12-1990B, South Blvd. & Parkway, c. 1930's, Herman’s Barbeque

Airview, 2-1999A, c. 1940's

Airview, 2-1999C, c. 1940's, looking NE from SW part of city

Airview, 3-1988 [E-15K2], c. 1933, north side of river, Ringlingville, Water St., Deppe Lumber, Ringling

             Hotel, Animal barns, Paint shop, St. Joseph’s school. South side of river: City Brewery

Airview, 16-2001HR,

Airview, UN1205, C&NW depot in center, St. Joseph’s church, Masonic Temple, high school

Allen Diffenbaugh Wrench & Tool Co., 14-1998A, crew, middle first row is Weston Haseltine, c. 1929

Allen-Diffenbaugh wrench & Tool Co., 14-1998B, interior, 150 3rd St. c. 1929

Alpine Café, 2-2002OT, 1989, 117 4th St.

Alpine Café, UN2044, 117 4th St., Restaurant

Ash St., UN469, Near Ash St. looking west, c. 1910

Ash St., UN495, Corner Ash & 3rd, NW corner. Bacon Block, 151 3rd, Weber Hardware; 147 3rd, Welch Plumbing & Heating. (men either going to war in 1917 or returning in 1919).

Ash St., UN1350, Ash St. looking N. on Ash from bridge at river. White building, far left, burned down

             Nov. 1994.

B & H Lumber, 2-2002OU, Brittingham & Hixon Lumber Co., 1989, 501 Broadway

B & H Lumber, UN115, torn down in 1994. Broadway & 3rd Ave., front

B & H Lumber, UN116, torn down in 1944. Broadway & 3rd Ave.

B & H Lumber, UN117, torn down in 1994. Broadway & 3rd Ave., front

B&H Lumber Co., UN1214, 1994, NW corner Broadway & 3rd just before being torn down to make

            way for West Square Building

B&H Lumber Co., UN1215, 1994, rear of building, looking at west wall of old Chevrolet building

Bakery, 1-1954 [W4-18], Bunn the Baker’s Bakery, Mrs. J.C. Bunn

Bakery, UN114

Bakery, UN55, Bunn the Baker, 114 Walnut St., John C. Bunn, wife & son, 1896

Bakery, Bunn, 117-1950 [R10-23BY]

Bar & Grocery, 16-2001BP, “First and last chance, 3rd Ward”

Baraboo Depot, 115-1950 [R10-23BW], looking east to roundhouse

Baraboo High School Class, 1911, part 1, 10-1993KI

Baraboo High School Class, 1911, part 2, 10-1993KI

Baraboo HS Play, 74-2002

Baraboo National Bank, 7-1969G [E6-43BG], Bank of Baraboo; Grotophorst & Thomas Law Offices;

             Donovan Drugs; Land office of Allen & Shultis, c. 1900

Baraboo River, 16-2001FU, Moonlight on the Baraboo River, c. 1912

Baraboo River, EBAY1999-5, looking east from vicinity of Walnut St. bridge

Baraboo River, UN1996        

Barber Shop, UN1330, George Stoeckenbaueer Barber Shop, shop behind Baraboo National Bank on

             Oak St., JimRyan, 2nd Chair; George sold to Jim Ryan and moved to Prairie du Sac.

Barnhart Paint, 2-2002OV, 1989, 119 4th St.

Baseball Team, 2-2002LW, Frenz, Cooper, Fleming, Layden, Veehousen, Robinson, Isenberg, Ryan,

             Mould, Hill

Baseball Team, 7-1950 [J5H], Baraboo’s first Baseball team

Baseball Team, 16-2001IP, Unidentified men

Bassett Flour Mill, UN162, R.H. Strong (high hat), George S. Cooper (miller), Terrill Thomas. Stood N.

             bank of Baraboo River. Burned 7-5-1902

Bassett Flour Mill, UN492, located center left, also Ash St. bridge

BBO National Bank, 2-2002OQ, 1989, 101 3rd St.

BBO Printing, 2-2002OF, 1989, 150 3rd St.

Berkley Chevrolet, 6-1990A [B47A], 224 3rd Ave., Edgerton & Ralph & Tyler Berkley. Garage torn

             down in 1994.

Berkley Garage. 2-2002DE, here it is Drake Photo

Bicycle, 2-2002DN, first bicycle in Baraboo

Bird Cage Antiques, 2-2002OP, 232 Water St.

Bird’s Eye View, 2-2002LZ,

Blacksmith, 16-1950 [J5Q], Blacksmiths & Wagon makers of Baraboo, group photo

Book Burning, UN163, Burning of German books 6-5-1918, text books from high school, Oak & 2nd.

Brewery City, UN59,  c. 1908

Brewery City, UN1135 c. 1908

Brewery, Effinger, 2-2002EK, Delivery truck, 1936

Brewery, Effinger, 2-2002EL, semi delivery

Brewery, Effinger, 2-2002EM, fermenting vat

Brewery, Effinger, 2-2002EN, bottling machine

Brewery, Effinger, 2-2002EO, brewing kettle

Brewery, Effinger, 2-2002EP, bottling machine

Brewery, Effinger, 2-2002EQ, delivery semi, c. 1930's-1940's

Brewery, Effinger, 2-2002ER, delivery van, c. 1920's

Brewery, Effinger, 2-2002ES, garage, interior

Brewery, Effinger, 2-2002FK, display

Brewery, Effinger, 2-2002FL, display

Brewery, Effinger, 2-2002FM, display

Brewery, Effinger, 2-2002FN, display

Brewery, Effinger, 2-2002FO, road sign, 1939

Brewery, Effinger, 2-2002FP, display sign, 1939

Brewery, Effinger, 2-2002FQ, display sign, 1939

Brewery, Effinger, 2-2002FR, bottling

Brewery, Effinger, 2-2002FS, bottler

Brewery, Effinger, 2-2002FT, bottler

Brewery, Effinger, 2-2002FU, barrels

Brewery, Effinger, 2-2002FV, bottler

Brewery, Effinger, 2-2002FW, barrels

Brewery, Effinger, 2-2002FX, barrel filler

Brewery, Effinger, 2-2002FY, engine

Brewery, Effinger, 2-2002FZ, engine

Brewery, Effinger, 2-2002GA, equipment

Brewery, Effinger, 2-2002GB, brewing vat

Brewery, Effinger, 2-2002GC, brewing vat

Brewery, Effinger, 2-2002GD, barrels, 1947

Brewery, Effinger, 2-2002GE, delivery van, 1936

Brewery, Effinger, 2-2002GF, parade in Wis. Dells, 1934

Brewery, Effinger, 2-2002GG, parade car, 1934

Brewery, Effinger, 2-2002GI, truck, 1934

Brewery, Effinger, 2-2002GJ, truck, 1934

Brewery, Effinger, 2-2002GK, sign, 1934

Brewery, Effinger, 2-2002GKa, truck, 1934

Brewery, Effinger, 2-2002GL, trucks, 1934

Brewery, Effinger, 2-2002GM, truck, 1934

Brewery, Effinger, 2-2002GN, trucks, 1934

Brewery, Effinger, 2-2002GO, truck, 1934

Brewery, Effinger, 2-2002GP, parade float, 1934

Brewery, Effinger, 2-2002GQ, delivery truck, 1936

Brewery, Effinger, 2-2002GR, delivery truck, 1936

Brewery, Effinger, 2-2002GS, cars by brewery, 1936

Brewery, Effinger, 2-2002GT, delivery truck

Brewery, Effinger, 2-2002GU, shed

Brewery, Effinger, 2-2002GV, Effinger Park

Brewery, Effinger, 2-2002GW, billboard advertisement, 1950

Brewery, Effinger, 9-1988 [E15-F3], 115 Lynn St., front view

Brewery, Effinger, 10-1988 [E15-F4], 115 Lynn St., front door

Brewery, Effinger, 11-1988 [E15-F5], 115 Lynn St., back door

Brewery, Effinger, 12-1988 [E15-F6], 115 Lynn St., back of building & roof of brewery

Brewery, Effinger, 13-1988 [E15-F7], 115 Lynn St., brewery building, chimney

Brewery, Effinger, 14-1988 [E15-F1], 115 Lynn St., front view

Brewery, Effinger, 15-1988B

Brewery, Effinger, 16-1988C

Brewery, Effinger, 17-1988A

Brewery, Effinger, 19-988

Brewery, Effinger, 20-1988, 115 Lynn St., front view

Brewery, Effinger, 21-1988 [E15-D21], 115 Lynn St., packing room platform, 6-1960

Brewery, Effinger, UN206

Brewery, Effinger, 2-2002EH, truck

Brewery, Effinger, 2-2002KU, sign

Brewery, Effinger, 2-2002KV, sign

Brewery, Effinger, 2-2002KW, bottles, 1939

Brewery, Effinger, 2-2002KX, ad display, 1939

Brewery, Effinger, 2-2002KY, ad sign, c. 1939

Brewery, Effinger, 2-2002KZ, ad display

Brewery, Effinger, 2-2002LA, ad sign on barn

Brewery, Effinger, 2-2002LB, ad sign

Brewery, Effinger, 2-2002LC, Parade in Reedsburg, July 4, 1934, Effinger float

Brewery, Effinger, 2-2002LD, display clock

Brewery, Effinger, 2-2002LE, display

Brewery, Effinger, 2-2002LF, display

Brewery, Effinger, 2-2002LG, display

Brewery, Effinger, 2-2002LH, display

Brewery, Effinger, 2-2002LI, display

Brewery, Effinger, 2-2002LJ, road sign, 1954

Brewery, Effinger, 2-2002LK, road sign

Brewery, Effinger, 2-2002LL, road sign, 1949

Brewery, Effinger, 2-2002LM, road sign, 1937

Brewery, Effinger, 7-1988 [E15-C18], 122 Ash St., 2 men in front of plant

Brewery, Effinger, 16-2001QN

Brewery, Effinger, 18-1988 [E15-D22], office

Brewery, Effinger, 22-1988 [E15-K1], air view of Lynn Ave. Buildings, 1933-34

Brewery, Effinger, 23-1988 [E15-D7], Air view of buildings on Lynn St.

Brewery, Effinger, 25-1988 [E15-D5], Brewery & Saloon

Brewery, Effinger, 33-1988 [E15-H6], Wis. Dells parade, keg wagon, Horse & Buggy Days, June 1949

Brewery, Effinger, 34-1988 [E15-D3], c. 1908, buildings

Brewery, Effinger, 36-1988 [E15-G1], Bottle washer and filler

Brewery, Effinger, 37-1988 [E15-E5], interior of Bottling plant

Brewery, Effinger, 38-1988 [E15-C1], Bottling Plant, Fred Effinger, c. 1905 or 1908 or1918

Brewery, Effinger 49-1988 [E15E2], 122 Ash St., Bottling Department, c. 1910

Brewery, Effinger, 51-1988 [E15-C5], First delivery truck a Wisconsin, c. 1912-13. L-R: Lawrence

             Klein, Adolph Bender, Paul F. Miller, George Miller, Emil Platt, Ferdinand Effinger Sr.

Brewery, Effinger, 52-1988 [E15-H2], Delivery fleet in front of bottling plant, Nov. 15, 1936

Brewery, Ruhland, 16-2001PE, corner Lynn & Walnut St.’s

Brewery, Ruhland, 16-2001QO

Brewery, Ruhland, 16-2001QP

Brewery, Ruhland, 18-1989 [F14A],

Brewery, Ruhland, UN107, NW corner of Lynn & Walnut St.’s

Brewery, Ruhland, UN179, Ruhland beer sign

Brewery, Ruhland, UN180, Ruhland beer sign

Brewery, Ruhland, UN182, 1925, sign, south side of Water St.. High school in background

Brewery, Ruhland, UN183, NW corner of Lynn & Walnut St.’s

Brewery, Ruhland, UN1126

Brewery, Ruhland, UN1296

Bridge,16-2001FT, High Bridge & Dam, c. 1912

Bridge, Ash St., 9-2000, work crew in 1923. Roscoe Harris, last on right. Also Buck Weaver, George

             Zimmerman, Mr. Lehman.

Bridge, Ash St., 117-1950 [R10-23BY, covered bridge

Bridge, Broadway, UN10, c. 1930

Bridge, Oak St., 2-2002K

Bridge, Oak St., EBAY1999-4, Bassett mill on right, looking west from Walnut St. bridge

Bridge, 112-1950 [R10-23BT], “Bridge near mill”, unknown which mill

Bridge, UN101, Oak Street “High” iron bridge, pre 1929

Bridge, UN102, Oak Street “High” iron bridge, North end, looking south

Bridge, UN1084, sign denoting last covered bridge in Wisconsin

Bridge, UN1138, Butterfield covered Bridge

Bridge, UN2042, Johnson Road Bridge, Greenfield Twp.

Bridge, 1-1982E1 [D-2-6E1], 1865, waterfront view

Bridge, High, 5-1988

Bridge, High, R10-23BJ

Bridge, High, UN100, Ash St. Bridge, looking from Oak St. Bridge

Bridge, High, 16-2001JS, river front view

Bridge, Oak St., UN103, Summer 1929, demolition of the bridge

Broadway, UN125, Broadway parade in 1954; Juliar Theatre; B&H Lumber Co.

Broadway, UN127, Broadway; B&H Lumber; Juliar Theatre, 1954 parade

Broadway, UN128, Broadway; B&H Lumber; Juliar Theatre, 1954 parade

Broadway, UN129, Broadway between 3rd & 4th, Brittingham & Hixon Lumber Co.; Juliar Theatre,

            c. 1954 parade.

Broadway, UN131, West side Broadway between 3rd & 4th showing B&H Lumber Co.; Juliar Theatre;

            Kruse Oldsmobile; First M.E. Church. 1994

Broadway, UN137, Looking N. on Broadway showing corner of B&H Lumber & Juliar Theatre

             marquee; First Congregational Church in back; Green building to right is Susie’s Restaurant,

             1994.

Building, UN151, 109 3rd Ave., torn down in 1997 to add to Baraboo National Bank

Building, UN158, 109 3rd Ave., torn down in 1997 to add to Baraboo National Bank

Building, UN159, 109 3rd Ave., torn down in 1997 to add to Baraboo National Bank. Also, Sauk Co.

                        Abstract and B&B Furniture.

Building, UN160, 109 3rd Ave., torn down in 1997 to add to Baraboo National Bank

Butcher, 6-1992C [B47C], 144  3rd St., 1890 was Thomas & Prentice Butcher; 1895 was Kamrath &

             Hirschinger Meat Market

C&NW Roundhouse, 16-2001PO, Engine 1164

C&NW train wreck, 2-2002EF, Freight train (loaded with wheat, flax seed, flour, barley) west of Island

             Woolen mill across Baraboo River. 51car train & 24 plunged into river.

Cahoon Mine, 2-1981, workers, c. 1911

Cahoon Mine, 5-1981 [J16D]

Cahoon Mine, 6-1981 [J16E], c. 1911

Cahoon Mine, 27-1991B1 [Y3B1], c. 1911

Chaoon Mine, 27-1991B2 [Y3B2], c. 1911, man in light coveralls is William Latotzka

Cahoon Mine, UN192, 1925, loading last of the ore

Cahoon Mines, UN193, in 1925

Cahoon Mine, UN464

Cahoon Mine, UN484, in 1925, timbers around opening of the mine.

Cahoon Mine, UN1960

Cahoon Mine, UN1961

Cahoon Mine, UN1962

Cahoon Mine, UN1963

Cahoon Mine, UN1964

Cahoon Mine, UN1965

Cahoon Mine, UN2019

Cahoon Mine, UN2064

Cahoon Mine, UN2068

Cahoon Mine, UN2069

Campus Inn, 2-2002DT, sign

Canning Factory, Herfort, 16-2001HV, fire

Canning Factory, Herfort, 16-2001HW, fire

Canning Factory, Herfort, 16-2001HX, fire

Canning Factory, Herfort, 16-2001HY, fire

Centennial, 25-2000A, 1948 Centennial

Centennial, 25-2000B, 1948 Centennial

Centennial, 25-2000C, 1948 Centennial

Centennial, 25-2000D, 1948 Centennial

Centennial, 25-2000E, 1948 Centennial

Centennial, 25-2000F, 1948 Centennial

Centennial, 25-2000G, 1948 Centennial

Centennial, 25-2000H, 1948 Centennial

Centennial, 25-2000I, 1948 Centennial

Centennial, 25-2000J, 1948 Centennial

Centennial, 25-2000K, 1948 Centennial

Centennial, 25-2000L, 1948 Centennial

Chamber of Commerce, UN191, Director, Selje, Lonnie.

Christian Group, UN1933, “Baraboo for Christ”, 1904

City Council, UN218, Survivors from 1st city council in Baraboo in 1882: Henry P. Barlow, alderman 3rd

             ward; Jacob Van Orden, alderman 1st ward; James P. Worthman, alderman 2nd ward. 1920 photo.

City Council, UN190, photo 6/5/1920, survivors of 1st city council, incorporated 3-1882. Henry P.

             Barlow, alderman 3rd Ward; Jacob Van Orden, alderman 1st Ward; James S. Worthman, alderman

             2nd Ward.

City View, 4-2002, post 1907, looking south over the city

Clavadatscher & Co., UN26, “The Fair”, 125-129 3rd St.

Clothes Encounters Plus, 2-2002OH, 1989, 109 3rd Ave., & Sauk Co. Abstract & Title Co., 113 3rd Ave.

Clothier, UN189, c. 1905, Curry & Burt, Walter Curry & L.N. Burt. 412 Oak St.

Clothier, UN557, interior view Curry & Burt, 412 Oak St., c. 1910's.

Club, Dorcus Girls, 16-2001BZ

Club, Hi-Y, 16-2002CA, 1930, group of men

Corner Drug, 2-2002NEa, C.H. Evenson

Corner Drug, 2-2002NEb, C.H. Evenson

Courthouse, 16-2001PR, old courthouse

Courthouse Square, 8-1993L (L17-23L) 3rd Ave, Stanley Co., Clavadatscher’s Furniture & Undertaking, c. 1920's.

Courthouse Square, 8-1993M, Oak St., Hoppe’s Clothing (left of alley). C. 1920's.

Courthouse Square, 116-1950 [R10-23BX], large crowd, looking east

Courthouse Square, UN1072, NE corner of Broadway & 4th Ave.

Courthouse Square, UN1074, South side of 3rd Ave, B&B Furniture

Courthouse Square, UN1143, 3rd Ave. looking east, B&B Furniture, Baraboo National Bank, Corner

             Drug. Church at end of street is First Presbyterian. c. 1993.

Courthouse Square, UN1145, South side of 3rd Ave., Ploetz Furniture, Lifeline Book store, c. 1993.

Courthouse Square, UN1146, North side of 4th Ave., looking from Broadway. c. 1993.

Courthouse Square, UN1147, Looking at south corner of Broadway & 3rd Ave.. Building with western-

            looking front is oldest building on the square. c. 1993.

Courthouse Square, UN1974, 4th Ave. on Square

Dairy, Hilltop, UN188,

Dams, Maxwell, UN187, on Baraboo River

Darrow’s Big Top Super Value Market, UN1254, on 8th St., opened Aug. 3, 1961

Davis Ohio Dry Goods Store, UN185, J.R.. Davis Ohio Store, 428 Oak St., David Updegraff, Wm

             Gowan, A.H. Withington (with beard)

Davis Store, 2-2002ND, J.A. Davis Ohio Store

Depot, C&NW, 2-2002Z

Depot, 16-2001CQDepot, 16-2001IK

Depot, 16-2001IK, Baraboo

Depot, C&NW, 16-2001QF, old frame building

Depot, C&NW, 16-2001QJ

Depot, C&NW, 16-2001QK

Depot, UN221, c. 1900, just before being moved

Disaster Fire, UN1968, 200 block, 1st St.

Disaster Fire, UN1969, 200 block, 1st St.

Disaster Fire, UN1970, 200 block, 1st St.

Donahue Apartments, UN186, Birch St. looking south to 1st Ave. c. 1990.

Donovan Pharmacy, UN9, c. 1922; built 1922 by Ed Deno. 400 block Oak St.

Donovan Drugs, 7-1969J [E6-43BJ], 103 3rd Ave.

Donovan Drug Store, UN57, 103 3rd St., located where Baraboo National Bank is now.

Donovan Drug Store, UN58, 413 Oak St., interior view

Droho’s Tavern, UN1982, Ash & Water, SE corner, 1994

Eagle Signal, 16-2001KG, awards

Eagle Signal, 16-2001KH, awards

Eagle Signal, 16-2001KI, awards

Eagle Signal, 16-2001KJ, John Hotole, Jim Otis, Chet Corson, George Rambo

Eagle Signal, 16-2001KL, Jim Otis, Ted Mandt (Baraboo Mayor), Chet Corson

Eagle Signal, 16-2001KM, Chet Corson, George Rambo

Eagle Signal, 16-2001KN, office in Moline, IL?

Eagle Signal, 16-2001KO, L-R: ?, Chet Corson, Millie Canipa, ?, ?. At a party

Elks Club, UN2096, the Al Ringling home. Interior view (color)

Elks Club, UN2097, the Al Ringling home. Interior view (color)

Elks Club, UN2098, the Al Ringling home. Interior view (color)

Elks Club, UN2099, the Al Ringling home. Interior view (color)

Elks Club, UN2100, the Al Ringling home. Interior view (color)

Elks Club, UN2101, the Al Ringling home. Interior view (color)

Elks Club, UN2102, the Al Ringling home. Interior view (color)

Elks Club, UN2103, the Al Ringling home. Interior view (color)

Elks Club, UN2104, the Al Ringling home. Interior view (color)

Elks Club, UN2105, the Al Ringling home. Interior view (color)

Elks Club, UN2106, the Al Ringling home. Interior view (color)

Elks Club, UN2107, the Al Ringling home. Interior view (color)

Elks Club, UN2108, the Al Ringling home. Interior view (color)

Engine House, 16-2001PB, C&NW, copy from Mona Larsen

Evenson Drugs, 6-1960 [E6-28F], 1895, 504 Oak St., interior view

Evenson Drugs, 13-1960A [E6-32A], 504 Oak St.

Factory Chair, 40-1966A [K12-42BA], Chair Factory, burned c. 1884. M.J. Drown & Mr. Rau. N. of

             Woolen Mill

Fair Store, 2-2002MZ, 125-129 3rd Ave, 1895

Farm Kitchen, UN166, Restaurant, color postcard

Farnsworth, A.L., Dr., UN53, office over Fisher Drug Store at 516 Oak St. Farnsworth died in 1940.

Fifth St. 13-1997D, 5th St./Ave. looking west from Ash, c. 1934 flood

Fifth St., 13-1997E, 407 5th St., house east of church is former Lindley home, c. 1934 flood

Fire Dept., 16-2001FJ, billboard display

Fire Dept., UN167, Fire Dept. #2, Police station house known as the South Side Station existed until

             1967. a.k.a. Alert Hose Company, est. mid-1890's, in existence at current fire station in 1998.

Fireman Johnson, UN82, Arthur T. Johnson, c. 1980, uniforms of red, white, blue

First Church of Christ, UN215, 602 East. St.

First Congregational United Church of Christ, 2-2002OC, Baraboo, 1989, 131 6th Ave.

First Methodist Church, 16-2001G, Fire damage. old 1st M.E. Church. 5th Ave. & Broadway

First Methodist, 16-2002B, fire damaged

First St., UN630, Broadway bridge at center, R.R. bridge to left. Field became Victory Heights.

Flag Day, 21-1999F2, June 14, 1939, taken on 3rd Ave.

Flour Mill, 202002AC, Water St., burned July 5, 1902

Fourth Ave., 27-1986C (A19-C), 4th Ave., Al Ringling Theatre, Trempy Studio, Wisconsin Power &

             Light Co., c. 1928.

Fourth Ave., UN124, 4th Ave. North side of street; Square Tavern, Lageveen’s, the Flower Co; Feed Mill

             Restaurant; Baraboo Lock & Alarm. c. 1990

Fourth Ave., UN126, 4th Ave, Putnam home demolished for county parking lot at West Square. 1994

Fourth Ave., UN133, 227 4th Ave., 1994. Wegner home demolished in 1994 for county parking lot.

Fourth Ave., UN134, 227 4th Ave., 1994. Wegner home demolished in 1994 for county parking lot.

Fourth Ave., UN135, South side of 4th Ave. between Broadway & Birch. First 3 houses demolished in

             1994 for county parking lot at West Square Building.

Fourth Ave., UN136, 213 4th Ave., former Philip Pointon home. Demolished for West Square Building

             1994.

Fourth Ave., UN243, 4th Ave, between Oak & Broadway, c. 1880's- 1900's

Fourth Ave., UN1301, 4th Ave. looking NE from the museum at 531 4th Ave. Second house from left was

             Mary Louise Van Orden French’s house.

Fourth Ave., UN2962, Warren Hotel on right.

Forth St., 2-2002OK, 101 4th St.

Fourth St., UN118, 4th St. near Ash, looking west

Food Products Bldg., UN1971, Old building, NW Corner Ash & Water

Funeral Home, UN83, hearse with horse team

Furniture, UN164, Kingsford Furniture sign on old Ringling Hotel, SW corner of Water & East St.’s.

Gas Station, 2-2002OJ, 1989, abandoned here

Gas Station, 11-1990 [M35-B2], Westen Standard Service Station in late 1930's &

             into 1940's, 134 4th

Gem Theatre, UN49, was at 142 3rd St.,

German M.E. Church, UN1269, on 2nd St., became American Legion Hall

Glenville Dam, 16-2001QL, McArthur

Glenville Dam, 16-2001TH, Oct. 2001, Removal of the dam, power generating equipment

Glenville Dam, 16-2001TI, Oct. 2001, Removal of the dam, power generating equipment

Glenville Dam, 16-2001TJ, Oct. 2001, Removal of the dam, power generating equipment

Glenville Dam, 16-2001TK, Oct. 2001, Removal of the dam, power generating equipment

Glenville Dam, 16-2001TL, Oct. 2001, Removal of the dam, power generating equipment

Glenville Dam, 16-2001TM, Oct. 2001, Removal of the dam, power generating equipment

Glenville Dam, 16-2001TN, Oct. 2001, Removal of the dam, power generating equipment

Glenville Dam, 16-2001TO, Oct. 2001, Removal of the dam, power generating equipment

Glenville Dam, 16-2001TP, Oct. 2001, Removal of the dam, power generating equipment

Glenville Dam, 16-2001TQ, Oct. 2001, Removal of the dam, power generating equipment

Glenville Dam, 16-2001TR, Oct. 2001, Removal of the dam, power generating equipment

Glenville Dam, 16-2001TS, Oct. 2001, Removal of the dam, power generating equipment

Glenville Dam, 16-2001TU, Oct. 2001, Removal of the dam, power generating equipment

Glenville Dam, 16-2001TV, Oct. 2001, Removal of the dam, power generating equipment

Glenville Dam, 16-2001TW, Oct. 2001, Removal of the dam, power generating equipment

Glenville Dam, 16-2001TX, Oct. 2001, Removal of the dam, power generating equipment

Glenville Dam, 16-2001TY, Oct. 2001, Removal of the dam, power generating equipment

Glenville Dam, 16-2001TZ, Oct. 2001, Removal of the dam, power generating equipment

Glenville Dam, 16-2001UA, Oct. 2001, Removal of the dam, power generating equipment

Glenville Dam, 16-2001UB, Oct. 2001, Removal of the dam, power generating equipment

Glenville Dam, UN1935, probably the dam

Grave Digger, UN471, Walnut Hill Cemetery, unidentified man

Grocery, Neh’s, 2-2002MV, 510 Oak St.,

Hardware Store, UN84, c. 1983, Isenberg’s during construction, 1220  8th St.

Hardware Store, UN85, c. 1983, Isenberg’s during construction, 1220  8th St.

Hardware Store, UN86, Mould & Buckley Hardware, 512 Oak St.

Hardware Store, UN1305, Glacier Ace Hardware Store, 123 3rd Ave.

Hardware Store, 7-1969A [E6-43BA], 1899, Lee & Platt Hardware, 115 3rd Ave., Gus Okerhausen,

             Lee Jeffries, Charles Lee, Ernest Seales, Charles Griffins, Homer Cowles.

Hardware Store, 7-1969F [E6-43BF], Settegren & Pittman Hardware, Jake Kramer; Carl Miller; Lee

             Jeffries; Hank Platt; Bill Radtke; Dennie Laflan. Horse & wagon

Health Institute, 1-1993A [L17-22A], 702 Oak, later site of Lange Wilkinson Agency

Health Institute, 1-1993K (L17-22K), 702 Oak St., later Lange/Wilkinson Agency, later (1993) New

             Image Hair Salon

Hearse, 2-2002MW, Scheible & Dyrud Funeral Home hearse in front of courthouse, 1926

Hearse, Scheible & Dyrud, UN165, 1926, wagon drawn hearse, in front of courthouse

Herfort Canning, UN99, c. early 1900's, burned down

Herfort Canning, UN1113, looking west.

Herfort Canning, UN1295, looking NE

Herfort Shoes, 117-1950 [R10-23BY], Ash St. Bridge, J. Herfort Shoes, Bunn Bakery

High School, 16-2001CR, brick High School on 2nd St., c. 1912

High School, 16-2001KP, fire in 1906

High School, 16-2001KQ, fire in 1906

High School, 16-2001KX, old high school, before 1906

High School, 16-2001KY [A3-8-1-58], Fire in 1906

High School, 16-2001LA, construction of new high school after 1906 fire

High School, 16-2001LB, New high school on Draper St.

High School, 16-2001LC, “New” high school after 1906 fire

High School, 16-2001PF, before 1906

High School, 16-2001PT, fire, 1906

High School, 16-2001PU, 1906 fire

High School, 16-2001PV, 1906 fire

High School, 16-2001PW, 1906 fire

High School, 16-2001PX, 1906 fire

High School, 16-2001PY, 1906 fire

High School, 16-2001PZ, wood cut

High School, 16-2001QB, 1906 fire

High School, 16-2001QC, 1906 fire

High School, 16-2001QD, 1906 fire

High School, 16-2001QE, 1906 fire

High School, 21-1966E [B24-41BE], Baraboo High School class of 1920.

High School Basketball, UN1272, high school basketball player

High School Basketball, UN1372, 1916, Champions

High School Basketball, UN1876, 1943-44 basketball squad

High School Basketball, UN1882, 1929 basketball team

High School Class 1898, UN1160

High School Class 1898, UN1161

High School Class 1937, 2-2002MQa, names of people under portraits

High School Class 1937, 2-2002MQb, names of people under portraits

High School Class, 1893, UN1136

High School Class, UN1166

High School Fire, 16-2001-OO, Fire in 1906

High School Fire, 50-1941A [B4-YA], High School fire, Feb. 9, 1906

High School Football, UN1881, 1928 team photo

High School Football, G14-33YYA, 1920 team photo

High School Play, UN28-1995A1

High School Team, UN1885, boys team, no names, possibly basketball or track

High School Team, UN1886, 1934 Conference & District Champs, basketball or track

High School, UN1133, Debating Team, class of 1930. 2nd is George Evans, 4th is Brad Robinson

High School, UN1288, c. 1935-36, rebuilding chimney after lightning strike

High School, UN1292, Sr. High School, built in 1962-63

Hill’s Gallery & Gifts, 2-2002OL, 1989, 121 4th St.

Home, 16-2001IG, 6th & Broadway

Home, 16-2001IH, 608 East

Home, 17-1993H2

Home Tavern, 21-1950A [J5VA], The Home Sample Room, Gus Wagenbreth, 111 4th St., Al Young

             Grocery, 113 4th St., Effinger Brewery wagon.

Home Tavern, 21-1950B [J5VB], The Home Sample Room, Gus Wagenbreth, 111 4th St., Al Young

             Grocery, 113 4th St., Effinger Brewery wagon.

Home, UN95, Corner 8th & Camp. Torn down in 1994. Location of Pizza Hut Delivery in 1994.

Home, UN96, Corner 8th & Camp. Torn down in 1994. Location of Pizza Hut Delivery in 1994.

Home, UN1065, SW corner 3rd Ave. & Birch

Home, UN1066, 224-226 3rd Ave. Torn down for West Square Building.

Home, UN1068, 224-226 3rd Ave. Torn down for West Square Building.

Home, UN1073, SW corner 4th Ave. & West St.

Home, UN1219, SE corner of Birch & 5th Ave. 227 5th Ave.

Home, UN1932

Home, UN1967

Home, UN1984, 223 Lynn, 1994

Home, 720 Ash,1-1993-22R [L17-22R], being razed to make way for Magdalene Home, 1960

Home, 720 Ash, 1-1993B

Home, Bennett, UN91, Bennett house, Cranberry Cottage, Bed & Breakfast, 821 Broadway, 1995

Home, Bliss,16-2001CG, Bell Bliss’ house at 608 East St.

Home, Bliss, UN89, 608 East. Shurtliff, Bliss home, 1995

Home, Bohn, 28-1995A3, C.E. Bohn home, sawmill to right of lumber pile on right.

Home, Clark, UN93, 320 Walnut, Clark House.

Home, Clark, UN113, 320 Walnut. Clark House, Aug. 1994. Bed & Breakfast owned by Nick Kelly.

Home, Cole, H.E., 16-2001JM, 8th Street, “new” residence

Home, Cole, 16-2001JN, first residence of H.E. Cole, 8th St.

Home, Donavan, UN2086, 709 Ash St., formerly J.B. Donavan home, built 1884. Oct. 2000. Ceiling

Home, Donavan, UN2087, 709 Ash St., formerly J.B. Donavan home, built 1884. Oct. 2000.  Entry

Home, Donavan, UN2088, 709 Ash St., interior, Oct. 3, 2000, built 1884, former home of J.B. Donavan

Home, Donavan, UN2089,  709 Ash St., interior, Oct. 3, 2000, built 1884, former home of J.B. Donavan

Home, Donavan, UN2090,  709 Ash St., interior, Oct. 3, 2000, built 1884, former home of J.B. Donavan

Home, Donavan, UN2091,  709 Ash St., interior, Oct. 3, 2000, built 1884, former home of J.B. Donavan

Home, Donavan, UN2092, 709 Ash St., interior, Oct. 3, 2000, built 1884, former home of J.B. Donavan

Home, Donavan, UN2094, 709 Ash St., interior, Oct. 3, 2000, built 1884, former home of J.B. Donavan

Home, Farnsworth, UN364

Home, Farnsworth, UN365

Home, Gattiker, UN476, at 107 7th St., c. pre-1900

Home, Gattiker, UN944, Gritli Gattiker home at 107 7th St.,

Home, Gollmar, UN90, 422 3rd St., 1995

Home, Gollmar, UN214, 422 3rd St., 1995

Home, Gollmar, UN1985, Gollmar Home, 3rd Ave. & Birch, 1994

Home, Grotophorst, 1-1993-22U (L17-22U),  The “Wigwam” being razed in 1960 to make room for Magdalene home.

Home, Grotophorst, 1-1993-22V (L17-22V), 720 Ash. The “Wigwam” being razed in 1960 to make

             room for Magdalene home. Former Herman Grotophorst home in background.

Home, Hoppe, UN216, Hoppe Home, 803 5th St., 1995

Home, Huinker, UN1233, 630 4th Ave., Joe Huinker home

Home, Huinker, UN1234, 630 4th Ave., Joe Huinker home

Home Interior, 16-2001JP, H.E. Cole photo collection

Home, Jones, 2-2002PE, Herbert P. Jones home, built 1884. Tom Reynolds family on steps

Home, Kelly, 16-2001JH, Attorney Kelly residence

Home, Kent, UN928, home of Alice Kent up to 1880. 918 Oak St., Baraboo. Later torn down

Home, Lange, 16-2001OV, 516 Elizabeth, home of Martha Radtke Lange

Home, Lange,  1-1981J1 [L18J1], c. 1904, house on Maple St. Richard S. Lange, Martha (Grosinske)

             Lange, and mother Eva (Mrs. Albert) Lange.

Home, Lange, 1-1993AN, 818 Oak, Baraboo, home of John Lange

Home, Luder, UN993, 332 2nd Ave., home of Mr. & Mrs. Jacob Luder, c. 1885

Home, Noyes, 16-2001PA

Home, Peck, 10-1998Q3, Frank Herfort & son (Randall or Lawrence) in front of house on Ash St.

Home, Perkins, 16-2001JK, Mrs. Perkins residence on 2nd St.

Home, Pfiel, UN1345, home of Gene & Sandy Pfiel

Home, Premo, UN196, Will Premo house, last owned by Lester Schwartz, torn down in 1995. N. view.

Home, Premo, UN197, Will Premo house, last owned by Lester Schwartz, torn down in 1995. Bedroom

Home, Premo, UN198, Will Premo house, last owned by Lester Schwartz, torn down in 1995. Attic

Home, Premo, UN200, Will Premo house, last owned by Lester Schwartz, torn down in 1995. Dining Room

Home, Premo, UN201, Will Premo house, last owned by Lester Schwartz, torn down in 1995. NE Porch

Home, Premo, UN202, Will Premo house, last owned by Lester Schwartz, torn down in 1995. 2nd Floor stairs

Home, Premo, UN230, Will Premo house, last owned by Lester Schwartz, torn down in 1995. Basement/Porch

Home, Premo, UN231 Will Premo house, last owned by Lester Schwartz, torn down in 1995. SW side

Home, Premo, UN232, Will Premo house, last owned by Lester Schwartz, torn down in 1995. Kitchen

Home, Premo, UN233, Will Premo house, last owned by Lester Schwartz, torn down in 1995. N. Parlor ceiling

Home, Premo, UN234, Will Premo house, last owned by Lester Schwartz, torn down in 1995. 2nd floor hallway

Home, Premo, UN235, Will Premo house, last owned by Lester Schwartz, torn down in 1995. Dining room floor

Home, Premo, UN236, Will Premo house, last owned by Lester Schwartz, torn down in 1995. 2nd floor hall

Home, Premo, UN237, Will Premo house, last owned by Lester Schwartz, torn down in 1995. 2nd Floor hall

Home, Premo, UN238, Will Premo house, last owned by Lester Schwartz, torn down in 1995.

Home, Premo, UN239, Will Premo house, last owned by Lester Schwartz, torn down in 1995. SE view outside

Home, Premo, UN240, Will Premo house, last owned by Lester Schwartz, torn down in 1995. Kitchen

Home, Premo, UN241, Will Premo house, last owned by Lester Schwartz, torn down in 1995. Attic

Home, Premo, UN242, Will Premo house, last owned by Lester Schwartz, torn down in 1995. Attic

Home, Reul, 2-2002MG

Home, Reul, 2-2002MH

Home, Rich, UN485, 4th Ave. Henry Rich home, taken just before repainted.

Home, Rich, UN1303, Henry Rich home (across from Van Orden mansion on 4th Ave.).

Home, Ringling, 2-2002MM, Al Ringling home moved to 214 4th Ave. to make room for brownstone mansion

Home, Ringling, 2-2002MN, Al Ringling Home, Oak & 10th St., later used as hospital

Home, Ringling, 2-2002MO, Al Ringling Home, Elk’s Club

Home, Ringling,16-2001JI, Charles, 201 8th St.

Home, Ringling, UN212, of Charles Ringling, 201 8th St., 1995

Home, Ringling, UN1331, August Ringling home SW corner Oak & 7th, 821 Oak St., Baraboo.

             Built & presented to the parents of the 5 brothers

Home, Rose, UN87, 1995, Victorian Rose Bed & Breakfast, 423 3rd Ave.

Home, Schultz, UN28, Wm R. Schultz residence, 500 4th Ave.

Home, Settergren, 10-1988Q21, 405 3rd St., Frank Settergren home.

Home, Settergren, 10-1998Q22, 405 3rd St., Frank Settergren home.

Home, Snyder, 16-2001JL, Dr. Snyder

Home Home, Trimpey house, UN98, 719 Oak St., Alice Kent Trimpey

Home, Trimpey, UN926, corner of 6th & Oak Streets

Home, Trimpey, UN979, Trimpey house, SW corner 6th & Oak. Alice Trimpey in front.

Home, Tuttle, A.G. Tuttle home

Home, Van Orden, UN227, 733 5th St., former Jacob VanOrden home, moved from 531 4th Av. in 1902

Home, Van Orden, UN1236, 531 4th Ave., Jacob Van Orden home, c. 1994.

Home, Van Orden, UN1299, 531 4th Ave., former Jacob Van Orden Home, now SCHS museum.

Home, Van Orden, UN1300, former Jane Van Orden home, 541 4th Ave.

Home, Vin Pist, 16-2001JQ, 307 11th St.

Home, Vittum, 16-2001JO, 7th Street

Home, Vittum, 2-2002Q, Vittum, 617 7th Ave., 1924

Home, Warren, UN245, Warren Home, formerly at 201 8th St.

Home, Wheeler, 2-2002J, N.W. Wheeler home, 436 3rd St.

Home, Williams, 2-2002BV

Home, York, UN1346, S4027 Old Hwy 33, home of Earl & Cynthia York

Horse Teams, 2-2002L, 400 block of Oak St., looking N.

Hospital, 16-2001PG, old Ringling home

Hotel, near R.R.?, 16-2001QG

Hotel Exchange House, UN15, West St.

Hotel Exchange House, UN25, Water St.

Hotel Maxwell, 16-2001JF, Hotel

Hotel N. Western, 16-2001QI

Hotel N. Western, UN11, 4th & Oak Streets

Hotel N. Western, UN16, 4th & Oak Streets

Hotel Pratt, UN1930, NW corner Lynn St. at Vine St., opposite Effinger Hotel on NE corner.

Hotel Premo House, 22-1950 [S5-B], Lynn St., N. of Freight depot, 1884. Rooms $1.50 a week, Board

             $3 a week. People: 1. Mrs. Jennie Whitcomb, 2. Orris Whitcomb, 3. Banty Wright, 4. Albert

             Premo, 5. Dora Premo, 6. Mrs. Uderkirk, 7. Charlie Premo, 8. Dan Duncan, 9. Harry Slye,

            10. Joe Premo, 11. Mr. & Mrs. Premo

Hotel Urban House, UN199, former Urban House, 1994. Apartment building, SW corner Ash & Water.

Hotel Urban House, UN1347, SW corner Water & Ash, 1994.

Hotel Urban House,  UN1348, Former Thompson House, NE corner Water & Ash, restored in 1995 to

             apartments

Hotel Urban House,  UN1349, Former Thompson House, NE corner Water & Ash, restored in 1995 to

             apartments

Hotel Walbridge House, 16-2001JG, Hotel

Hotel Warren 8-1981M [L20M], Hotel & First National Bank

Hotel Warren, 10-1988Q2, hotel in background, snow scene

Hotel Warren, 16-2001KV, interior view, Lobby, L.H. Hill on right

Hotel Warren, 30-1988 [B42F], also First National Bank, 4th Ave.

Hotel Warren, 38-1988 [B42E]

Hotel Warren, UN24, c. 1884.

Hotel Warren, UN1298, built 1884, corner Oak & 4th Ave., 58 rooms, burnt in 1964, torn down 1968.

Hotel Wisconsin House, UN81, pre 1915

Ice Harvest, 6-1992B [B47B], on Baraboo River, Excelsior Creamery; Island Woolen Mill storage

Insurance Co., 1-1993C (L17-22C),702 Oak, Lange/Wilkinson Agency

Insurance Co., 1-1993D (L17-22D), 702 Oak, Lange/Wilkinson Agency

Insurance Co., 1-1993E (L17-22E), 702 Oak, Lange/Wilkinson Agency

Insurance Co., 1-1993F (L17-22F), 702 Oak, Lange/Wilkinson Agency

Insurance Co., 1-1993G (L17-22G), 702 Oak, Lange/Wilkinson Agency

Insurance Co., 1-1993H (L1-22H), 702 Oak, Lange/Wilkinson Agency, Gem City Finance. L: John

             Lange, R: Clark Wilkinson

Insurance Co., 1-1993J (L17-22J), 702 Oak, Lange/Wilkinson Agency, before was Baraboo Health

             Institute, later New Image Hair Design.

Insurance Co., 8-1993-23E [L17-23E], Lange-Wilkinson; Clark Wilkinson & John Lange. 1956

Insurance Co., 8-1993F (L17-23F), 701 Oak, Clark Wilkinson & John Lange Agency

Insurance Co., G14-33PP [43-1970] Farmer’s Mutual Automobile Ins. Co., agents, unidentified men

Island Woolen Mill, 1-1950 [J-5-2A], people L-R: 1. Jud Howard, 3. Berkley, 4. Hiller, 7. Chas. Sarahan,

             11. Earl Kramer

Island Woolen Mill, 1-1964A [MC3-11BA], building with people outside

Island Woolen Mill, 16-2001CJ, 1908, also shown is the bridge

Island Woolen Mill, 25-1987EI [S51EI], Dam & Platform, 1913

Island Woolen Mill, 28-1957D1 [S51-D1], 1913, under construction

Island Woolen Mill, 28-1957D2 [S51-D2], Summer 1913, under construction

Island Woolen Mill, 28-1957D4 [S51-D4], 1913, under construction

Island Woolen Mill, 28-1957D5 [S51-05], Summer 1913, under construction

Island Woolen Mill, 28-1957E3 [S51-D3], 1913, under construction

Island Woolen Mill, B20-34CA, c. 1910-12

Island Woolen Mill, 2-2002PB, Summer 1913

Island Woolen Mill , 2-2002PD, Summer 1913

Island Woolen Mill Dam, 25-1987A [S51A], Dam & Platform, 1913, man possibly Frank Lloyd Wright

Island Woolen Mill Dam, UN228, 2nd Ave. Bridge in background

Island Woolen Mill, MC3-11BA [1-1964A], rear view of mill

Island Woolen Mill, UN1322, Oct. 5, 1896, north side of plant looking SW

Island Woolen Mill, UN1992

Island Woolen Mill, 1-1964B [MC3-11BB]

Island Woolen Mill, 5-1969B [B20-34CB], c. 1908

Island Woolenmill Dam, UN2017

Island Woolenmill Dam, UN2018

J & J Orthopedics & Custom Shoes, 2-2002ON, 1989, 127 4th St.

Jail, 16-2001JD, old jail on corner 2nd & Broadway

Johnson Photography, 2-2950 [J5-2B] Arthur T. Johnson Photography studio, & Joseph Hawes house,

             SW corner 2nd & Oak

Juliar Theatre, UN120, torn down in1994 for West Square Building. 1994

Keiffer-Dubois Garage, 16-2001BQ, c. 1925

Keuler’s Korner, 2-2002OR, in 1986, photo taken 1989, 124 Ash.

Kiwanis Club, 2-2002CJ, 9 men

Kiwanis Club, 2-2002CK, Large group of men, possibly at B.O.W.

Kiwanis Club, 2-2002CL, Key Club presentation. L-R: Dr. C.F. Stekl (Pres. Baraboo Kiwanis Club),

            Wm Murey, John Hosig of Mauston (Lt. Gov. Kiwanis S. Central Dist.), Philip Dipple,

            Wm Clayton (Pres. Key Club), Wm Gallagher, Nick Roche, Ernest Isenberg (Chairman Key Club

             Comm.)

Kiwanis Club, 2-2002CM, 1996 Al Dippel Award. Back, L-R: Gerald Stich, Roger Stieve, David Deppe,

             Harry Salutos. Front: Millie Zantow, HelenZiegler, Pat Kaunne, Chester Corson

Knitting Mill, 1-1918, Manchester Mills, Yarn & Hosiery, July 1890

Livery, UN105, Sherm Luce Libery, 608-612 Oak St. Standing in 1999 with altered facade.

Lumber Co., 40-1966B [K12-42BB], c. 1887, north of Woolen Mill, owned by M.J. Drown & Mr. Rau

Lumber Co., UN2041

Lyons, 44-1958 [A3-123] near Baraboo River, west of Island Woolen Mill, near August Platt’s ice

             house, early 1900's.

Lyons Grads, 89-2002-2, June 1909. 6th grade graduation,  L-R, back: Harriet Huntington,

             Dorothy Baer Bushnell, Myrtle Barndt Zwicker, Emma Shephard. Front: Floyd

             Carpenter, Susie Baer Wenz, Edith Tinkham Thompson, Jennie Koons (teacher), Ruth

             Read Verch, Esther Voll, Everett Tinkham

Lyons School, 10-1984A [R34-A], W. Baraboo, Hwy 12, section 34, built 1901, 1848-1969,

             photo c. early 1940's, torn down

Lyons School, UN77, in W. Baraboo, kids and teacher in classroom, early 1900's

Lyons, UN1043, near Baraboo River, west of Island Woolen Mill, near August Platt’s ice house, early 1900's.

Magdalene Home, 1-1993-22O[L17-22O], 720 Ash St., under construction

Magdalene Home, 1-1993-22P [L17-22P], 720 Ash St., under construction

Magdalene Home, 1-1993-22Q [L17-22Q], 720 Ash St., under construction

Magdalene Home, 1-1993-22S [L17-22S], 720 Ash St., before construction

Magdalene Home, 16-2001PJ, exterior view

Magdalene Home, 16-2001PK, interior view of private room

Magdalene Home, 16-2001PL, interior view

Magdalene Home, 16-2001PM, interior view

Magdalene Home, 16-2001PN, interior view

Main Restaurant, 16-2001IA, exterior rear view

Main Restaurant, 16-2001IF, c. 1959, interior

Main Restaurant, 16-2002IN, c. 1945

Manchester Mill, UN1921

Masonic Temple, UN422, NW corner of 2nd Ave. & Oak. c. early 1900's

Mayors, UN111, William Hommel

Mayors, UN112, William Hommel

Medical, UN110, 703 14th St., Medical Associates, Sep. 1966.

Men’s Chorus, Baraboo, 16-2001HO, 1929. Back L-R: Henry Steep, Tom Williams, Jas. Brockley,

             Lucius Bump, J.R. Schilstra, Bob Hirschinger, Cliff  M. LaMar, Will Gambrill, ??, Fred Effinger.

             Center: Ray “Rusty” Cooper, Jim Gillem, Al Templin,  Lusby, D.W. Weaver, Wilbur A.Koepp,

             Fred Weinke, Henry Duncan, Earl Thomas,  A. Wichern. Front: Verge Douglas, Fred Templin,

             Dan Roberts, Henry Bohn, Ben Jones, Loothman, Stan Rischardson, E. Brickley, Julius Nord.

             [These identifications uncertain]

Meth. Church, 16-2001A, old First Methodist church at 5th & Broadway (1853-1899)

Meth. Church, 16-2001C. old First Methodist church at 5th & Broadway, fire damaged, (1853-1899).

Military Band, 2-2002R, Baraboo

Movies Filmed, UN1070, filming of “I Love Trouble”, Oak St. 1994.

Movies Filmed, UN1071, filming of “I Love Trouble” on 3rd St. in 1994.

Movies Filmed, UN1235, filming of “I Love Trouble” Jerry’s Hallmark made up as Spring Creek Barber

             Shop. 1994.

Municipal Building, 16-2001CP, c. 1912

Namesakes, UN656, Service station, c. 1940's

Oak St., 10-1998Q23, Oak & 4th; M.E. Gale Agency, Gem City Finance; Alta Coffee Shoppe. In snow.

Oak St. Businesses, 16-2001CV, looking north across from square, c. 1912

Oak St., 98-1950 [R10-23BN], Oak St. looking N. from 3rd St., Business District

Oak St., UN122, Oak St. looking north to the square, c. 1918.

Oak St., UN130, 3rd Ave. & Oak looking west. c. 1920's.

Oak St., UN742, Intersection of 2nd & Oak, Johnson Photography center

Oak St., UN743, Intersection of 2nd & Oak, Illinois Mining Co, Ben Dean-Iron King float

Oak St., 14-1960 [E6-32D], 500 block, c. 1885-1890. Businesses: H.P. Jones Clothier;

             Hofstatter & Welch Dry Goods & Grocery; Mould & Buckley (books & stationary), A.D.

             Goodnough Dry Goods & Grocery; Fisher Bros. Drug Store; Leuth Bakery.

Oak St.,  UN153, c. 1887, 500 block, H.P. Jones, clothier; Hofstatter & Welch Dry Goods &

             Grocery; Mould & Buckley, Books & Stationary; A.D. Goodrough Dry Goods & Grocery;

            Fischer Bros. Drug Store; Lueth Bakery.

Ochsner Park, 19-1993P10 [C39P10], person on a slide

Old Baraboo Inn, UN1991, Walnut & Lynn, formerly Bombo’s Pub, 1994

Ole’s Garage (Harness Shop), 2-2002NH, corner Broadway & 4th Ave.

Olympia Candy Kitchen, 2-2002DL, c. early 1900's

Opera House Crew, UN150, c. 1890's. Stage crew of Baraboo’s Grande Opera House, 5th & Oak Streets;

             BillBrewster, Fred Kaiser.

Opera House, UN149, Fred Kaiser possibly taken near old Opera House on 5th & Oak

Paint Store, UN148, Barnhart’s Paint, 119 4th, 1989

Panorama, 16-2001KT, pre-1900

Parade, 16-2001QM, c. 1906

Parade, Centennial, 50-2001A, 1948, float-Waddell’s Quality Flowers, N. Freedom

Parade, Centennial, 50-2001B, 1948, band

Parade, Centennial, 50-2001C, 1948, Circus wagon

Parade, Centennial, 50-2001D, 1948, float

Parade, WWI, 2-2002DC, float sponsored by Al Ringling Theatre

Parade, WWI, 16-2001CW, Welcoming home the troops after the war, c. 1919

Parade, WWI, 16-2001CX, Welcoming home the troops after the war, c. 1919

Parade, WWI, 16-2001CY, Welcoming home the troops after the war, c. 1919

Parade, WWI, 16-2001CZ, Welcoming home the troops after the war, c. 1919

Parade, WWI, 16-2001DA, Welcoming home the troops after the war, c. 1919

Parade, WWI, 16-2001DB, Welcoming home the troops after the war, c. 1919

Parade, WWI, 16-2001DC, Welcoming home the troops after the war, c. 1919

Parade, WWI, 16-2001DE, Welcoming home the troops after the war, c. 1919

Parade, WWI, 16-2001DF, Welcoming home the troops after the war, c. 1919

Parade, WWI, 16-2001DG, Welcoming home the troops after the war, c. 1919

Parade, WWI, 16-2001DH, Welcoming home the troops after the war, c. 1919

Parade, WWI, 16-2001DI, Welcoming home the troops after the war, c. 1919

Parade, WWI, 16-2001DIX, Welcoming home the troops after the war, c. 1919

Parade, WWI, 16-2001DJ, Welcoming home the troops after the war, c. 1919

Parade, WWI, 16-2001DK, Welcoming home the troops after the war, c. 1919

Parade, WWI, 16-2001DL, Welcoming home the troops after the war, c. 1919

Parade, WWI, 16-2001DM, Welcoming home the troops after the war, c. 1919

Parade, WWI, 16-2001DN, Welcoming home the troops after the war, c. 1919

Parade, Homecoming, 2-2002NL, 1995, High School Homecoming

Parade, UN475, SW corner 3rd Ave. & Broadway, c. 1918, possibly WWI parade. Businesses:

             Hackett/Ott Farm Implement, G.A. Briggs, George Caflish Dray office, Wheeler Hardware

Parkway & S. Blvd., 2-2002Y, air photo, old Herman’s Restaurant

Peck & Herfort Department Store, 45-1959P [P18P], c. 1895, 125 Walnut. F.C. Peck, Frank Herfort

Peck’s Department Store, 48-1959A [P18SA], interior view

Peck’s Department Store, 46-1959 [P18Q], Inside view, Monte Peck, Bert King, Lucy Dyrud, Eldon

             Patterson, Peter Lauer.

Peck’s Department Store, UN14, Brownie Bartley, 1907

Peck’s Dry Goods, UN795

Pecks Store, 2-2002NA, Peck’s Store, Mont-Bert-Lucy-Elden

Peck’s Department Store, 47-1957C [P18-RC], exterior view, on Walnut St.

Peck’s Department Store, 47-1959A [P18RA], south side department store

Peck’s Store, 47-1959B [P18-RB], exterior on Walnut. Monte Peck, Bert King, Minnie Crawford, Lucy

             Dyrud, Peter Lauer.

Pecks Store, 2-2002NA, Peck’s Store, Mont-Bert-Lucy-Elden

Photographer Johnson, UN914

Physicians, 5-1993 (C39P3), Dr. Roger Cahoon

Physician, Charles Cowles, UN1874

Physician, George Lanning Gage Cramer, UN204

Physician, Harry Steward DesAnges, UN1873, in Baraboo 1868-1878. b. 1824, d. 1896

Physicians, 20-1993F5 (C39-F5), Dr. A.C. Edwards

Physicians, 20-1993F6 (C39-F6), Dr. A. L. Farnsworth

Physicians, 20-1993F2 (C39-F2), Dr. John P. Harkins

Physicians, 20-1993F9 (C39-F9), Dr. Harris

Physicians, 20-1993F1 (C39-F1), Dr. Melvin Huth

Physicians, 4-1993 (C39-P2)  Dr. Harris J. Irwin

Physicians, 20-1993F3 (C39-F3), Dr. H.J. Irwin

Physicians, 20-1993F8 (C39-F8), Dr. Daniel M. Kelly

Physicians, 3-1993 (C39-P1), Dr. Harry Ludwig

Physicians, 20-1993F7 (C30-F7), Dr. Harry Ludwig

Physicians, 20-1993F4 (C39-F4), Dr. F.E. Tryon

Platt Machine Shop, 14-1998A, c. 1929, 150 3rd St., interior of Allen-Deffenbaugh Wrench & Tool Co.

Play, 21-1966D [B24-41BD] “Tom Thumb Wedding” by small children

Play, 29-1964A [A3-38BUA], Christmas 1890. 1st row: Arthur Withington, Mrs. Albert Melzl, Ida

             Richards, 2nd row: Albert Melzl, Dr. Sneathen, J. Gething,Mrs.Walker

Play, 33-1962 [A3-38BG], 3rd row: Dr. Sidel (1 left), Mr. H.E. Cole (3 left); 2nd row: Miss Hackert (2

             left); 1st row: Dr. Snyder (2 left). A Baraboo play.

Play, UN4, at Opera House, c. 1907. Top row, L-R: ?, Leuth, Radke, Joe Thompson, ?, Brewster, Mrs.

             Brewster, Mrs. English, ?, Nellie Robinson, ?, ?, School Master professional actor. 2nd row:

             Fisher, Drew-BHS teacher, Lorene Ringling, ?, Johnston?, Mrs. Macarthur?, ?, Miss Reul, Mac

             Arthur. 3rd row: ?, W. A. Lewis, Stewart, Mrs. August Ringling, ?, Chas. Thompson, Mrs. Lewis.

             Botton: ?, Rumpf?, Kaiser, Kopke.

Policeman, UN132, Silent Policeman, intersection Oak & 4th. Warren Hotel in background. May 1925

Police, UN146, last police call light, taken down in 1998. SE corner Oak & 4th

Police, UN147, last call light, taken down in 1998, SE corner Oak & 4th St., taken 1997

Post Office, 38-1954 [A3-75], brick building, 2nd Ave. & Oak St.

Post Office, UN474, frame building at 122 2nd St. from 1853-1857 in the old Perkins home. Torn down

             or moved when new high school was built.

Post Office, UN2021, 1942

Post Office, UN479, 2nd St. & Oak St.

Postal Carriers, UN145. Rural, Edwin Bump, George DeKoeyer, Charles W. Thomas, W.W. Case,

             W.W. Morse, Frank E. Plummer. c. 1906

Power House, 40-1988 [P15-A3], pumping station west of Effinger Park

Printer, UN144, Baraboo Printers, 150 3rd, 1989

RailYard, UN220, 500' south of roundhouse

Recreation Program, UN1931, kids in front of building, 1937

Reinking’s Clothing, 2-2002OW, 1989, 532 Oak St.

Restaurant Main, 16-2001IM, c. 1945

Reul House, 2-2002DX, Original photo

Reul House, 2-2002DY, Original photo

Ringling Hospital Aids, UN140, St. Mary’s Ringling Hospital Red Cross Nurses,, 1944-1945: Virginia

             Roberts, Hazel Davidson,Vel Zimmerman, Jane Haslanger, Georgia Vanderkamp, Marcella

             Hardy, Alice Lange (Zindler), Doreen “Sis” Hall (Doyle), Augusta Kurtz.

Ringling Hospital, UN138, 10th & Oak, former home of Della Ringling

Ringling Theatre, UN142, 4 Oct. 1990

Ringling Theatre, UN143. 1916. Jack Chadwick; Julius F. Reul; “Blink” Thornton, Glenn Orton; C.L.

             Roser; Fred Warrell, Charles Moser; Charles Reul, John Agee. Charles H. Stone Abstract office,

             Tea Room, Ice Cream Parlor

Ringling Theatre, UN1307, Tank float in front. 1920

Risley Brothers Store, UN141, 522 Oak, 1901-1910

Risley Brothers., R10-23BQ [102-1950], Christmas 1925, night scene, 129-133 3rd St.

Risley Brothers, UN8, 129-133 3rd St., 1910-1933, was J.C.Penney Store in 1970's.

River, 36-1958 [A3-115], c. 1867. Baraboo River, Visible: Bassett Mill on left, looking SE across to

             south side of river. Walnut St. bridge in background.

River Rendevous, UN1355, 1995

River Rendevous, UN1356, 1995, Bobbi Hinz

River Rendevous, UN1357, 1995

River Rendevous, UN1358, 1995

River Rendevous, UN1359, 1995

River Rendevous, UN1360, 1995

River Rendevous, UN1361, 1995

River, UN1344, Baraboo River

Riverfront, 16-2001KU, Ash St. bridge

Riverfront, UN1920, looking S. from 1st St. & Oak. 1867, Bassett Flour Mill operated by P.A. Bassett;

             Stark Foundry; Bassett Heading Factory, saw mill operated by P. Pratt; H.H. Potter’s Hop field.

Riverfront, EBAY1999-3, N. shore, looking SW from Walnut St. bridge. Hotel in right back.

Riverfront, UN1329, c. 1867, looking SE, large building on left is Bassett Mills

R.R. Engine 683, 64-1964B, in Baraboo Freight yard, 1896, Engineer W.H. Clark in light clothes (died 1924)

R.R. Yard, 16-2001BR, cars, enlargement of postcard

Scherschel Camera, 2-2002OM, 1989, 129 4th St.

Second Ward, School, 21-1966F [B24-41BF], 1909, 2nd grade, Martha Green Biversi, front, 2nd row

             from left.

Second Ward, School, 21-1966G B24-41BG], 1909, 4th grade kids

Third Ward, School, 2-2002KS, after the fire

Third Ward, School, 7-1963Q [B3-33Q], c. 1903, 6th grade. Carl F. Miller, Mabel Ritzenthaler,

             Eva Westenhaver, Beulah Geningl, Nellie Walworth, Tutty Schew, Forrest Adams, Leon

             Arnor, Boise Draper, Herbert Schneider, Nelson Bartley, Frank King (1st row, 2nd from

             right), Tom Wood, Emma Boettcher, Mable Hiller, Mable Murphy, Portia Burnstein,

             Martin Arndt, Cecil Harvey, Clara Neitzel, Grace Jessop, Bessie Black, Alice Kindschi,

             Alice Jenswald, Tessie Dwyer, Alta Wasdo, Mable Campbell, Billie Troy, Roy Meyers,

             Lucrecia Shields, Bessie Bells, Hattie Wickus, Nerva Meyers.

School Admin.,  UN1351, School district administration building, 101 2nd Ave. Formerly post office.

School, City View, 21-1999F3

School Kids, 16-2001BX, kids in class, school is unknown

School Kids, 8th Grade, 16-2001PC, 1942. L-R, Front: Ruby Fry, Gloria Guthurei?, Betty Hanley, Lenore

             Felgen, Helen, Isenburg, Lois Dunze, Elsie Barfield, Darleen Boelltheu?, Bernadine Davis, Marne

             Gasser, Dawn Hamm. Back: Lowell Douglas, Ross Fraser, Duane Hunt, Dorna Deiter, Fred

             Cove, Herbert Harpold, Bill Hugs, Robert Craw.

School, First Ward, 1-1993ZZV

School, St. Joe, UN1934, foundation construction, Hawley’s Cement Crew

School, U.W., 16-2001BB, University of Wisconsin, Baraboo Campus, c. 1990

Screen Print, 2-2002OO, 1989, 125 4th St.

Soiltest, UN1942, Sen. Henry Jackson

Square Tavern, 2-2002OG, 1989, 124 4th Ave., & Lageveen’s Flower Co., 120 4th Ave.,

            & Baraboo Lock & Alarm, 120 4th Ave.

St. John’s Luth. Church, 27-1999A6, corner 5th & East

St. John Lutheran School, 2-2002OD, 1989, 515 5th St.

St. John Confirmation, 15-1990B5

St. Mary’s Ringling Manor, UN2023, Ribbon cutting ceremony

St. Vincent de Paul Soc., 2-2002OE, 1989, 121 Walnut St.

St. Vincent de Paul Society, 2-2002OS, 1989, 121 Walnut St.

Stage Line, 9-1993A [B48A], Baraboo-Kilbourn Stage Line, E.D. Newell, proprietor, c. 1914

Stanley Dry Goods, 39-1988 [W37], 119-123 3rd Av. Atty. E.S. Thomas (overcoat, holding cap)

Stanley Store, 2-2002NC, the Stanley Store, 1904. L-R: Janet White (Mrs. Charles Adams, then Mrs.

             Guy Stillson); Irma (or Erma) Missner (Mrs. Ed Zwicker); Jewel Murphy (Mrs. C.P. Rosker?);

             Herbert Stanley; Annie Hazeltine

Street, 16-2002FV, Unknown location

Third Ave., UN1069, 3rd Ave., looking east to Broadway, all torn down in 1994 for West Square

             Building

Third Ave., 16-2001HT, 3rd Street, c. 1919

Third Ave., UN161, Third Ave. & Broadway, SE corner

Third St., 49-1959 [P18a], H.M. Acott, Clother; W.F. Luther Sample Room, Charles Wild

            Music & Furniture; E.G. Marriott Shoes; F.P.Elles Dentist; Nelson “Brownie” Bartley & the

            Peck Delivery wagon.

Third St., UN46, Erswell Furniture, automobile, c. 1900

Telephone Office, UN50, 131 4th St., “after” renovation of front

Telephone Office, UN51, 131 4th St., “before”

Templars Parade, 2-2002AB, 1880, Knight Templars Parade around the square

Thompson Jewelry, 2-2002OX, 1989, 416 Oak St.

Train Wreck, 28-1957G, 1889 in Lyons over Baraboo River

Train Wreck, UN1132, 1889 in Lyons over Baraboo River

Trimpey Studio, UN1053, Rear window of Trimpey Studio, Dec. 1998, then Amcore Bank

Trimpey Studio, UN1054, Rear of building, windows in Frank Lloyd Wright style, 1998

Trinity Episcopal, 70-1961J, interior at Christmas

United Brethren, 14-1995I33, Sunday School class, 1907

Utilities, UN1167, First lighting plant and Hoyt mill in rear

Vethe Music, 2-2002OY, 1989, 528 Oak St.

Victory Heights, 16-2001IC, Street construction

Victory Heights, 16-2001ID, Street construction

Water Power, UN1923, river and river front buildings

Water St., 2-2002DW, Elephants on Water St., Reul Planning Mill

Water St. Deconstruction 1&2. Buildings taken down ca. 2009. Photos by Bill Johnsen

Water Works, 58-1917, interior, L: George W. Gray Sr.(operator), & George Gray Jr.

Water Works, UN152, Pump House

Water Works, UN1081, and Manchester bridge, far left

Water Works, UN1104, and Manchester Bridge

Winery, UN106, Von Stiehl Winery, rear of building, 1976

Winery, UN108, Von Stiehl Winery, 331 Lynn St. Formerly Effinger Brewery. Back of building Aug. 5, 1976.

Winery, UN109, Von Stiehl Winery, 331 Lynn St. Formerly Effinger Brewery. Feb. 12, 1976

Winery, UN168, Von Stiehl Winery, 331 Lynn St. Formerly Effinger Brewery. View towards tasting

             room, Aug. 5, 1976.

Winery, UN170, Von Stiehl Winery, 331 Lynn St. Formerly Effinger Brewery. Typical of multi-story mill construction, Aug. 5, 1976.

Winery, UN171, Von Stiehl Winery, 331 Lynn St. Formerly Effinger Brewery. Lowest level storage,

             Aug. 5, 1976.

Winery, UN173, Von Stiehl Winery, 331 Lynn St. storage area. Originally Effinger Brewery.

Winery, UN174, Von Stiehl Winery, 331 Lynn St. Formerly Effinger Brewery.

Winery, UN175, Von Stiehl Winery, 331 Lynn St. Formerly Effinger Brewery. Fermenting room.

            Aug. 5, 1976.

Winery, UN176, Von Stiehl Winery, 331 Lynn St. Formerly Effinger Brewery. View towards stairs

             leading down to fermenting room, Aug. 5, 1976

Winery, UN177, Von Stiehl Winery, 331 Lynn St. Formerly Effinger Brewery. President’s office.

            Aug. 5, 1976.

Winery, UN178, Von Stiehl Winery, 331 Lynn St. Formerly Effinger Brewery. Old brewery boilers.

             Aug. 5, 1976.

Winery, Von Stiehl, UN181, bottling room, 1976

Woolen Mill, 16-2001EU, men, truck loaded with bales of wool

Woolen Mill, 16-2001FS, Mill & Dam, c. 1912

Woolen Mill, 16-2001UU, People near the dam. Mrs. Nelson, Mrs. Halth, Mrs. Berkely?

Woolworths, UN1142, Woolworths during filming of “I Love Trouble” in 1994.  Facade was built over

             the alley (in upper right hand corner).

WWI, 16-2001FO, Welcoming home troops after the war, Oak St., c. 1919

WWI, 16-2001FP, Boys at Camp Douglas, Cummings, Arthur Johnson, Rommelfanger in white shirt

WWI Parade, 2-2002DU

YMCA, 2-2002CE, corner of Ash & 2nd Streets

YMCA Directors, 16-2001CD, 1914

YMCA Directors, 16-2001CE, 1914. Photo taken in lobby of Wellington Hotel. Top, L-R: T.F. Risley,

             Prof. A.C. Kingsford, Frank E. Settingren, C.J. Underkofler, Ed F. Lueth, Thos. Williams, Dr.

             Getschell, Fred A. Nehs, Sec. Copley, D.A. Lewis, Geo. Andrews, Geo. McArthur. Center: Mrs.

             F.E. Settengren, Mrs. E.F. Lueth, Mrs. Tom Williams, Mrs. F.A. Nehs, Mrs. D.A. Lewis, Mrs.

             Geo. McArthur. Botton: Mrs. A.C. Kingsford, Mrs. T.F. Risley, Mrs. Getschell, Mrs. Copley.

YMCA, 16-2001CF, trip to Devils Lake, c. 1908.

Zenith Mine, UN1939

Zenith Mine, UN1940, Mine & shaft