Sauk County Historical Society
Brick Yard, UN1925
Depot, 2-2006FH, Photo donated to Mayor’s office, Merrimac, 26 Sep. 1972, by Capt. & Mrs.
D.J. Hofhine, 400 Western Ave., Cedarburg, WI 53012. Accompanying letter says:
“Dear Sir: Enclosed please find a picture I found among my late grandfather’s effects.
It reads: “Merrimac, Wis. Depot, C.W. Wood, Agent; Geo. Behrns, Student, June 7,
1895". I believe C.W. Wood was my great grandfather. My grandfather and
grandmother, Robert B. And Ella S. Wood are burried in your cemetery. I thought the
picture may be of historical interest or value to you. Please keep it. Sincerely, Jo Ann L.
Hofhine, (Mrs. Duane J.)
Dramatic Club, 2-2005V, Plays: That Dreadful Boy & Signing the Pledge. 1900. From Left:
Elsie Devlin, Alice Smith, Susan Smith, (top) Bertha Braetsch, Katie Pigg, Sophia
McKenzie, Ella Devlin.
Ferry, 2-2003IR, 2000, Dean O’Brien photo
Ferry, 1950’s. From Jodi Pearson (Ferry Crossing Bar), Merrimac. Donated 9-09
Main St., UN1151, c. 1907
Merrimac Cottage, 6-1992D [B47D], people seated outside
Merrimac Ferry, 16-2001JB, c. early 1920's
Merrimac Ferry, 16-2001LI
Merrimac School, 10-1984I [R34-I], Merrimac Twp., pre 1854-present?, section 2, 360 School
St., built 1902, photo c. early 1940's.
Railroad Bridge, 43-1958 [A3-122], steam train crossing bridge over Lk. Wisconsin
Railroad Bridge, UN1159, C&NW bridge over Lake Wisconsin, men standing on track
Street Scene, 9-2002FH, Baraboo Street
Weigand’s Bay, 2-2005AP, garage, possible c. 1940's
Weigand’s Bay, 2-2005AN, Genewein Gas station, c. 1940's
Weigand’s Bay, 2-2005AO, store, c. 1940's
Weigand’s Bay, 2-2005AQ, Boats on water, (uncertain if it’s Weigand’s Bay)
From Merrimac Village Hall
Donated to copy Nov. 2006
Davies, Mary. “Mrs. Culleu? Mary Davis in uniform.”
Dennis House 1. Family in front yard.
Dennis House 2. Family in front yard.
Family Home. Unidentified
Fitzsimons Family. James Fitzsimons, John, Jim & Mrs.
Martin, Theodore. Baby
Mc Guam & Peck Wedding. Andrew Mc Guam & Jane Peck.
Merrimac Creamery. Interior shot. Note cat on shoulder of man on right.
Railroad Maintenance Crew. Section crew in early 1900. Station agent, center. Herman Gensky
Village Street. Dennis house on right. School house on left.