Reedsburg Collection

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Sauk County Historical Society

 

AS1‑10A  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  Laying brick pavement on Main Street

AS1‑14A Waiting for the train at depot. Note old wooden depot 

AS1‑16A   Reedsburg Woolen Mill

AS1‑18A   Reedsburg ball park, military men on grounds

AS1‑20A  Five ladies, probably in Mueller's Drug Store

AS1‑26A  Main St., summer, photo taken from drug store, probably Muellers

AS1‑29A  Main St., winter, photo taken from drug store, probably Muellers

AS1‑8A        St. Peter's Lutheran Church, Reedsburg

AS2‑42    Main St., ca. 1900‑1910 Ben C. Ingham  Ben C. Ingha

CM1‑15   Big Store, outside view

CM1‑17   Big Store, inside view

CM1‑19   Big Store, inside, pots & pans, buggies

CM1‑21   Big Store, inside drygoods

CM1‑23   Big Store, inside, chairs

CM1‑27   Big Store, inside, dried flowers

CM1‑29   Big Store, inside, buggies

CM1‑31   Big Store, inside, cloth

CM1‑33   Big Store, inside, cloth

CM1‑35   Big Store, inside, groceries

CM2‑15A  Stolte Hotel, lobby

CM2‑17A  Stolte Hotel, dining room

CM2‑19A  Stolte Hotel, bedroom

CM2‑21A  Stolte Hotel, bathroom

CM2‑23a   Postcard mentioning Reedsburg

CWNN‑1 Civil War roster of area volunteers

CWNN‑2  Civil War monument located in Greenwood Cemetery

 

ED1‑14   Big Store

ED1‑16   Big Store, ca. 1920's

ED1‑18       High school building

EHH1‑2A     The New Store, Krueger, Huebing & Clement Co. 1909, Everett Burdick ‑ clothing

                    dept.; dick Krueger, Anna Ost, Leota Huebing, Winifred Smith ‑ Dry goods dept.;

                    Herbert Struck, Fred A. Krueger, Herman Wohlsclager ‑ Grocery dept.; Harry Jensen ‑ Shoe dept.

EHH1‑9A  Treasure chest advertising idea: 10,000 keys were mailed out with circulars and those

                  receiving same were invited to call and fit their key to the lock on 3 chests; one

                 each for clothing, shoes and dry goods, containing checks for $25, $15, $10.

EHH1‑11A   Same as above, but in different department.

EHH1‑13A   Firemen's tournament, June 25, 1924. Band platform in front of the New Store

EHH1‑15A   Firemen's tournament, June 25, 1924. Main St. looking east.

EHH1‑19A   Front of the New Store, big sale

EHH1‑21A   The New Store, sale signs outside, ca. 1924

EHH1‑23A   Firemen's tournament, June 21, 1924. Looking N.W. towards the Baraboo River bridge

EHH1‑25A   The New Store window display, June 25, 1924

EHH1‑36  July 4, 1914; The Zeppelin float from the New Store.

EHH1‑4A  Carl Struebing, employed in the New Store clothing dept. July 12, 1925; before leaving on a trip to Calif. in his "bus".

EHH1‑7A  4th of July float advertising Armstrong Linoleum. Victor Bates driving his team, for the New Store float.

EHH2‑5     July 4, 1916; John Babb portrays Daniel Boone, followed by ox & cart from Sauk Co.

               Home; #2 Walter Chauff____?, Mrs. G.W. Hass & Mrs. Christenson on cart.

EHH2‑7  July 4, 1916; Theodore Collins drives the S.A. Collins Monument Co.'s truck in front

               of the old Fuller Market, later site of the Badger Theater.

EHH2‑11  July 4, 19?, Local company in parade.

EHH2‑13  Fire Company on parade with horse‑drawn hose cart. Will Hinricks, driver; Will Zeck, Fred Ost.

 

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

EHH2‑40  Main Street night scene during thunderstorm, 1924

EHH2‑43  Plane rides given at one of the last fairs held in Reedsburg on the old fair grounds west

                        of Reedsburg (where MATC stands today, 1998)

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

EHH2‑9     July 4, 1916; Teacher's training school float. Looking towards Schweke corner.

EHH3‑6     Summer of 1912. "Covered Wagons fighting Indians". Merriwell, Martin & Clement

                  Schuette, Bliss Deveroux, Dennis Meyer, Lowell Huebing.

EHH3‑12  Reedsburg Supply Co., ca. 1920  

EHH3‑14  The old Heaton flour mill. When new dam was put in this picture was taken to get an

               exact view of the vacant lot which was for sale. Ca. 1920's

EHH3‑16  "When we had traffic policeman" ca. 1920's

EHH3‑22    "Marching as to war", 1916. Near old flour mill, by dam.

EHH3‑28  Old South School, May 27, 1919

EHH3‑4     Reedsburg High School, early 1930's?

EHH3‑7     Reedsburg Cadet High School Band, May 31, 1920

EHH3‑9     Parade, ca. 1920

EHH4‑10  Artie &Marion Campbell, dispensers of shirts and shorts and Doc. John Bouher. Nov. 21, 1939

EHH4‑17   "Putting on the finishing touches". View from N.W. The old Tower erected in

               1895‑96. Cost of new tank, approximately $18,000.

EHH4‑25  Bird's Eye View of Reedsburg from airplane, Oct. 15, 1929. "Airplane view with

               George Schlieckau, Loganville as pilot. Photo by Edwin Meyer.

EHH4‑19  "Tommy" Frank Owens, Art & Marion, Thompson's Toggery, June 1940

EHH4‑21  Old Tavern, April 17, 1920, NW corner of 2nd & Pine. Moved to Lucky St. & S. Park

EHH4‑23  Old water tower. "Sitting on top of the world, John Ward is the sitter". Note man standing on top of the tower.

EMERY NEG ,     Pop delivery truck

 

FS1      Air view of Reedsburg, May 1, 1958. Looking North, Webb High on left

FS2      Air view of Reedsburg, May 1, 1958. City 

FS3       Air view of Reedsburg, May 1, 1958. Looking NW across Main St.

FS4      Air view of Reedsburg, May 1, 1958. Looking NW across Main St.

FS5      Air view of Reedsburg, May 1, 1958. Looking SW across Main St.

FS6      Air view of Reedsburg, May 1, 1958. Looking East down Main St.

FS7       Air view of Reedsburg, May 1, 1958. Canning factory along river.

FS8      Air view of Reedsburg, May 1, 1958.  Old ballpark on South Webb

FS9      Air view of Reedsburg, May 1, 1958.  Old ballpark on South Webb    

FS11     Air view of Reedsburg, Summer 1950. Woolen Mill center

FS12     Air view of Reedsburg, May 1, 1958. Sewage plant lower right

FS13     Air view of Reedsburg, May 1, 1958.

FS14     Air view of Reedsburg, May 1, 1958. Swimming pool on Webb Ave.

FS15     Air view of Reedsburg, May 1, 1958. Sewage plant center right

FS16     Air view of Reedsburg, May 1, 1958. Looking NW, sewage plant left

FS17     Air view of Reedsburg, May 1, 1958. Creamery center

FS18     Air view of Reedsburg, May 1, 1958. Webb High left

FS19     Air view of Reedsburg, May 1, 1958.  Webb High center Park

FS20     Reedsburg Quality Hardware, Connor's Bar

FS21     Ideal Barbershop, Struck & Hawkins Tavern

FS22     Chevrolet Garage, corner Webb & Main Streets June 26, 1962

FS23     Water Street, March 19, 1948

FS24     Water Street, March 19, 1948

FS25     Swimming Pool, July 31, 1958

FS26     Big Store Fire, August 27, 1957

FS27     Big Store Fire, August 27, 1957

FS28     Big Store Fire, August 27, 1957

FS29     Big Store Fire, August 27, 1957

FS30     Big Store Fire after cleanup (location of the Big Store), August 27, 1957

FS31     Dodge‑Plymouth Garage on fire, August 27, 1957

FS32     Connor's Bar after fire, August 27, 1957

FS33     Big Store Fire, August 27, 1957

 

GADE1‑1  Reedsburg's old South School. "That bell in the tower was moved to the second South School when this structure

               was torn down. It was installed on the roof of that schoolhouse until the summer of 1970 when it was once more moved,               this time to the Middle School on the south side. This gives a pretty good detail of how the kids dressed in the 1880's.               There's a hand pump for water at the left on a raised platform ‑ this time the sidewalk seems to be in pretty good shape. And                      about  those little buildings on either side of the schoolhouse.....That first little boy, near us at the sidewalk corner on left,                   he's got that woolen cap pulled down over his eyes and knowing kids habits, I'll bet his nose ought to be wiped. From what                        we see of the street here, the first step from the sidewalk corner must have been a doozey." (Caption by Rueben Gade)

GADE1-1a      [should be GADE2‑1a] Reedsburg Foods office, flood Feb. 10, 1966

GADE1‑3    Penny Picture Gallery, ca. 1905

GADE1‑6    Horse & buggy

GADE1‑9  W.H. French, office of Reedsburg Woolen Mill, ca. 1890?

GADE1‑21      First Presbyterian Church, Reedsburg

GADE1‑21a  Cows on Market St. (now N. Park), just south of Presbyterian Church. Early 1900's

GADE1‑23      Old frame Methodist Church & new church, Main & N. Pine

GADE1‑24A  Laying 2nd railroad track over Baraboo River, 1890

GADE1‑26      Construction of new Meth. Church, Main & N. Pine

GADE1‑29      St. Peter's Luth. Church, 1908‑09

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

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

GADE1‑38   Inside Reedsburg's power house, man is Ed McCauley.

GADE1‑40  Baraboo River Bridge (Photo & neg. do not match)

GADE1‑41  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."

GADE2‑4a   Maxim's Pond, west side of LaValle St., Reedsburg

GADE2‑7a   Four people on railroad track, about a mile NW of town in Babb's Woods. Note Indian encampment area on left

GADE2‑24   Reedsburg 32nd Div. preparing for WWI, 1917

GADE2‑28a  Nestle's Milk Co., Reedsburg, Barney Roper firing the boiler

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

                 Wooden cribbing on left serves as sluice for feed mill.

GADE2‑33A    Roper Hotel in 1889. Had livery stable in rear.

GADE2‑36a  American Hotel, also known as Ihde House. Ca. 1900. Sign on left side of building reads "Reedsburg Lager."

GADE2‑42a  Reedsburg Foods Corp. flood, Feb 11, 1966

GADE2‑36A    American Hotel, also known as the Ihde House, taken ca. 1900. Sign on left side of

               building reads "Reedsburg Lager".

GADE3‑1a   Reedsburg Military Band at Rice Lake, WI, June 1905.

GADE3‑5a   Reedsburg Fire Dept., champions, Rice Lake, June 1905

GADE3‑7A      Reedsburg Flour Mill, flood conditions, late 1890's

GADE3‑10A       Behind Woolen Mill

GADE3‑19a  "Fred, horse, sulky". Note fly net on horse.

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

GADE3‑25A       Main St. looking east

GADE3‑33A       Main St. 1909

GADE3‑36A       Bird's eye view, 1908

GADE3‑39A       Bird's eye view, 1908

GADE3‑43a  Three unidentified men in a tub

GADE4‑3a   Reedsburg Country Club

GADE4‑5a   Sorge's Ice Cream Co., 1920, L‑R: Bill Rosenthal, Bob Banks Sr., Frank Howard

GADE4‑29A     Reedsburg Woolen Mill, flood of Feb. 10, 1966

GADE4‑31A  Plumbing shop?

GADE4‑35A  Baraboo River bridge, 1900

GADE4‑35ax    Cecil Hess airplane

GADE4‑37ax    Maxim's Pond off LaValle St., Reedsburg

GADE4‑41   Badger Theater, 1959 Ford car in front

GADE4‑43A       Main St. at Webb Ave., looking east

GADE5‑2A   Reedsburg Bank, A&P Store, Thieman's Drugs, July 16, 1945

GADE5‑3  1959, Jr. Legion Baseball Team, won 4th at State tournament. L‑R, back:

               Wayne Lowery, Ik Lassellette, Quinlan, Butch Bill, Pape, Meyer, Schultis, Fusch,

               Rube Gade. Front: Doug Bohen, Gaunauski, Mike Krohn, Harper, Whitty, Douglas.

GADE5‑5A   Kleeber Motor's, shop on 2nd floor, L‑R: Bert Leicher of Loganville, Hilbert S. Kleeber, 1917‑18

GADE5‑8A   Kleeber Motors, "New parts dept."; L‑R: Mrs. Minnie Sass, H.S. Kleeber, Rueben W. Gade. 1948

GADE5‑11A    Kleeber Motors. 50th anniversary 1910‑1960, Wisconsin's oldest ford dealership.

               Standing: Willard Kleeber, Buzz Scott, Ken Harder, Alice Burmester, John

               Kraemer, Rueben Gade. Kneeling: Bob Hoege, Merve Jaech, Bob Luetkens, Ernest Selle, Ron Cayse.

GADE5‑38   Soldiers of the Spanish American War, 1898

GADE5‑40   Officers of 10th Separate Battalion of Inf. W.N.G., Camp Harden (Camp Douglas),

                  Aug. 18, 1900. 4th row: #1 Albert H. Clark, 3rd row: #1 Wm L. Bundick;

                 2nd row: #1 W.A. Wyce, Capt.; 1st row: #2 Major John L. Lynch.

GADE5‑41A     Construction of Methodist Church

GADE5‑43a  Dolly Madison Dairies, Reedsburg

GADE6‑7  Indian encampment near Reedsburg in Babb Woods. 1889. Px by D.O. Stine

GADE6‑9  Indian encampment near Reedsburg in Babb Woods. 1889. Px by D.O. Stine

GADE6‑22   Kleeber Motors. March 3, 1960. L‑R: Don Johannes, R. T. Normington, G. Ramoren;

               back: John Kramer, Will Kleeber, Rube Gade; front, right: Brad Cary.

GADE6‑25   April 15, 1966. L‑R: Rueben Gade, N.E. Isaacson. Isaacson taking delivery of

               9 outboard motors for Lake Redstone.

GADE6‑41   Townsend‑Metcalf Auto Co. (later, Kleeber Motors) 1914. Display of Model T Fords

                        and Buicks; L‑R: Clark Miner, mechanic; Max Feldhahn, salesman; Charlie Bohl, owner; Wm Kinney, owner.

GADE6‑44   Kleeber Motors Sales sponsored team 1947. L‑R, standing: Paul Stolte, Al Struck,

                        Dick Schultis, Jr. Franks, Chet Ihde, Jeff Van Bihren, H.S. Kleeber;

                         Kneeling: Willard Kleeber, Bud Steinhorst, Rueben Gade, Blake Laurence, Don Von Behren; batboy: Jerry Schultis.

GADE6‑28   Spring 1950. Kleeber Motors. L‑R: H.S. Kleeber, Willard Kleeber, Larry Hammermeister, Rueben Gade

GADE6‑31   Kleeber Motors. New car showing, 1953

GADE6‑32   Tent, Indian village near Reedsburg in Babb's Woods. 1889. Photo by D.O. Stine

GADE6‑33   Baraboo River dam

GADE6‑35   Baraboo River dam, Reedsburg

GADE6‑36   Baraboo River dam

GADE6‑37   Baraboo River dam, Reedsburg

GADE7‑2           Old Reedsburg Jail, ca. 1990

GADE7‑4           Old Reedsburg Jail, right, ca. 1990                        

GADE7‑40   Baraboo River dam

GADE7‑42   Baraboo River dam

GADE7‑44A       Main St. looking west, ca. 1930's

GE1‑13A       Easu? Darreunegue, Herb Stolte, Rebecca Clement?, Chrystal Sommers, Bill Arvold Tubby Foss, John Latle_s.

GE1‑30        Bates Hotel key tag

GE1‑32     Reedsburg Centennial parade, 1948

GE1‑36        Ice storm, City Park, Feb. 22, 1922

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

GE1‑42        Ice storm, South Park, Feb. 22, 1922

GE1‑7A     Dedication of Freda Meyers Nishan Memorial chapel at Greenwood Cemetery

GE2‑17        Parade, ca 1920's, "Have Your Old Car Look Like New"

GE2‑19        Parade, in front of Kleeber Garage, ca. 1920's

GE2‑29        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        Hal Edwards Orchestra, 1940

GE2‑33        Hal Edwards Orchestra, 1946 at the Wharf

GE2‑4         Ladies band

GE2‑6         Parade float

GE2‑8         Charles Sommers, painter & decorator, ca. 1920's.

GE3‑10A  Barney Klecker, 1981. "AMJA ultra‑50 mile 1981 RRCA championship.

GE3‑19A  Ford car given away, June 1923

GE3‑21a   Entry gate to old ballfield

GE3‑26A  Reedsburg High School, ice storm

GS1‑32a    Basket factory, 1915. Stood where old Ford garage stood. Was owned by Albert

                  Powell (in doorway), who was blind. He wove baskets himself. "Ole Bob"

                  Harper is in basket on right. The "Suszycki Kids" owned goats and cart.

                  Emmert Suszycki, the driver, was hired by Powell to deliver baskets.

                  Lorraine's building on left, possible a theater at the time.

GS1‑36a    Suszycki Kids, Emmert (standing); Hazel (left), Donald (driving), Verna (right).

 

                  Goats were Billy & Ben. March 14, 1915. Taken front of city hall.

GS1‑39a    Reedsburg city team pulling snow grader near old Big Store, John Suszycki seated in center. Ca. 1916.

 

HOUSE 1          Residence of Mrs. P. Byrne. 1912. Corner of E. Main & Pine.500 & 502 East Main St. West

                        side remodeled to make outside stairway. Apartments in 1983.

HOUSE 2          Residence of George T. Morse 1912,133 South Locust St. South side porch removed. Apartments ‑ 1983

HOUSE 3          Residence of R.P. Perry 1912, 531 East Main Street. Dr. Otto V. Pawlisch 1983 ‑ Occupant

HOUSE 3A        Same as HOUSE 3.

HOUSE 4          Residence of D. G. Schweke 1912, Corner of Second & Pine Streets. 442 Second Street Apartments ‑ 1983

HOUSE 5          Residence of Mrs. Wm Schuette 1912,  Center of porch is removed Barn is still there but remodeled. L.D. Koenecke1983 Occupant

HOUSE 6    Residence of Albert Meyer 1912, 148 Vine St. Lucille & Dorothy Meyer Occupants‑ 1983 (Daughters. of Albert Meyer)

HOUSE 7          Residence of Louis Dangel 1912, Corner of North Park St. & Third Street,

                        247 North Park Street. Porch is enclosed Mrs. Louis Fuchs 1983 Occupant

HOUSE 8          Residence of E.L. Schulze 1912, Corner of North Park & Fifth Streets,

                        501 North Park Street. Porch is screened Mrs. Fred Kohlmeyer 1983 Occupant

 

HOUSE 9          Residence of  John C. Schultz 1912, Corner of South James Ave. & Franklin Street,

                        301 South James Ave. William Ribbke 1983 Occupant

HOUSE 10         Residence of Mrs. Fred Hinrichs 1912, 404 Laurel Street. Hazel Swetland ‑1983,  Bruce Klang ‑ 1983

HOUSE 11         Residence of F.D. Hulburt 1912, Corner of South Pine & Plum Streets, 245 South Pine

                                    Street, Apartments 1983 Mrs. Arthur Hulburt ‑ Owner Daughter‑in‑law of F.D.Hulburt

HOUSE 12         Residence of G.C. Schweke 1912, Corner of North Locust & Third Streets, 244 North Locust

                                    Street Remodeled ‑ Shake shingles, Willard & Dorothy  Gant 1983 Occupants

HOUSE 13         Residence of Wm Tibbitts 1912, Corner of North Pine & Sixth Streets, 600 North Pine 

                                     Street, Vicki Boros ‑ 1983 Anne M. Hejny 1983

HOUSE 14         Residence of Mrs. W. Schuette 1912, (Formerly N.J. Braun's). Porch 

                        remodeled. Wilbert Schmidt ‑ downstairs 1983, Helen Siemandel ‑ upstairs 1983

HOUSE 15         C& N.W. Depot Depot, 1912,  was completed in 1906. Passenger Service was discontinued

                                     in July 1963.

HOUSE 16         Residence of Mrs. Anna Corwith 1912, Corner of North Albert & West Main Streets, 101

                                    North Albert Ave. (For many years was Fuller's Grocery) Edward Reinfeldt 1983 Occupant

HOUSE 17         City Park. Fountain, 1912, installed in 1902. Bandstand erected in 1910

HOUSE 18         Residence of Mrs. W.H. Kipp 1912, Porch was remodeled. Martin E. Krohn 1983 Occupant

HOUSE 19         Residence of Albert O. Sorge 1912, 522 South Park Street. Martha & Emma Renken 1983 Occupants

HOUSE 20         Residence of John Kelly 1912, 240 Third Street, Kent Palm 1983 Occupant

HOUSE 21         Residence of Fred Schroeder 1912, 436 Clark Street. Porch is enclosed. Door between

                                    upper windows removed. Evan & Sue Meyer 1983 Occupants

HOUSE 22         Residence of John Schierhorn 1912,147 & 149 Third Street. Window made into a door on left side of porch. June                           Albertus – downstairs 1983 Mrs. Paul (Elsa) Hinrichs upstairs 1983.

 

HOUSE 23         Residence of Wm Roper 1912, 136 Second Street. Porch is enclosed Half‑way house

HOUSE 24         Residence ofHenry Hahn 1912, 201 West Main Street. Milton & Juanita Struebing 1983

                                    Occupants (Granddaughter of Henry Hahn)

HOUSE 25         Residence of C.H. Stone 1912, 221 North Park Street, L.William Kahler 1983 Occupant

HOUSE 26         Residence of E.C. Sweet1912, Corner of Clark & South James Avenue, 345 Clark

                                    Street, Porch is removed. Mrs. Ervin Lehman downstairs, Greg Schmitz ‑ upstairs 1983 Occupants

HOUSE 27         Residence of H.C. Struck 1912, 167 Third Street. Second story porch built on lower

                                    porch. Apartments 1983 Jeff Kelly

HOUSE 28         Residence of E.H. Hahn 1912, 517 North Park Street. Porch is removed. Robert D. Utley 1983 Resident

HOUSE 29         Residence of Wm Grote 1912, 321 North Walnut Street. Henry Grote 1983 Occupant

HOUSE 30         Residence of Henry Vorlop 1912, Corner of North Laurel & Third Streets 300 North

                                    Laurel. Side porch enclosed and upper porch added. Lorenz E. Struck ‑ 1983 E.M.   Hinrichs ‑ 1983

HOUSE 31         Residence of John Hickey 1912, 234 Fourth Street. Mrs. Emory (Moureen Hickey) Shaw

                                    1983 Occupant (Daughter of John Hickey)

HOUSE 32         Methodist Episcopal Parsonage 1912, 433 East Main Street. Moved to 546 Mary

                                    Avenue in 1968. Union 76 Service Station now occupies this site ‑ 1983. James

                                    McCullough 1983 Occupant.

HOUSE 33         Residence of Frank Darrenougue 1912, 237 North Pine Street. Kenneth Briggs 1983 Occupant

HOUSE 34         Residence of       Mrs. L.R. Green, 1912. 325 Third Street. Michael Manning1983 Occupant

HOUSE 35         Residence of A.H. Clark 1912, 125 West Main Street. Gregory Georgeson 1983 Occupant

HOUSE 36         Residence of Thos. Clossey 1912, Corner of West Main & Ellinwood Streets 447 West

                        Main Street. Mrs. Jack Holby 1983 Occupant

HOUSE 37         Residence of D.O. Stine 1912, Corner of East Main & Myrtle Streets. 601 East Main

                        Street. Porch screened in. Philip C. Schulz 1983 Occupant

HOUSE 38         Residence of Mrs. V. Graham, 1912, Corner of Pine & South Pine Streets. 146 South

                        Pine Street. Porch has been removed. Mrs. Bernard Horkan 1983 Occupant

HS1‑24        Reedsburg Fire Dept., John Suszycki on right

HS1‑26        Fire Dept. water wagon, John Suszycke, 1915

HS1‑28        John Suszycki, ca. 1910, horses: Pete & Charlie

HS1‑30        John Suszycki driving the city team

HS1‑32        State Firemen's tournament in Reedsburg, 1912

HS1‑34        Reedsburg Band at State Firemen's tournament, June 18, 19, 20, 1912

HS1‑36     "Riverview Park ‑ Private", ca. 1912. At Sherwood's Grove. Also called Riverview Park. Mr. Struebing on roof

 

OS1‑2      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.

OS1‑22      Reedsburg fair, 1906, located on old fairgrounds, where MATC is today (1999).

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

OS1‑34        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.

OS1‑36  ca. 1896. Stolte, Dangel & Foss Co. refrigerants & cold storage. Frame building is Luhrsen Bros.                                                              Blacksmith Shop.

OS4‑39     Catholic Church, old one

OS1‑42A    Old Reedsburg Fairgrounds, located near where MATC is today‑1999

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

OS2‑24     Reedsburg Telephone Exchange

OS2‑26    Reedsburg Main St. (from roof of gristmill)

OS2‑28    1894. Henry Schultz building; sidewalk card game. Seated at the table: 1. in shirt sleeves, Dr. S.J. Collins; 2.                                Frank Lawsha; 3. John Fuller; 4. Art Miles?; 6. Elmer Wademan.

OS2‑30     [Should be OS2‑32] Reedsburg Fairgrounds, 1906

OS2‑34     Soldiers on S. Walnut St.

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

OS2‑6         Wintermantel Meat Market, 1914, L‑R: George Wintermantel, Ernie Niebuhr, Christ Wintermantel.

OS2‑8         Parade down Main St., 1940

OS3‑HC     Stolte Hotel, Summer 1896. Built by Wm Stolte, replaced Central House

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

OS3‑4     Wm Harty? & Chas. Dorow, cold storage plant at Stolte, Dangle Bros., Vine St., whitewashing job.

OS3‑4A     Sherwood's Woods on Baraboo River

OS3‑6      1885‑86. Baseball Club of Reedsburg. 1. Ans. Priest, 9. George Curtiss,

OS3‑8     Reedsburg fair, 1906, located on old fairgrounds, where MATC is today (1999).

            8. George Ramsay, 10. Sarge Ramsay, 6. Louis? Blake, 2. Gib Clizke, 4. Carl Ludwag.

OS3‑38     Reedsburg Woolen Mill dam, high water March 16, 1913

OS3‑42      Reedsburg fair, 1906, located on old fairgrounds, where MATC is today (1999).

OS3‑44   1896. Frank Darrenouge (Main & 3rd St.); built in 1891 by Stolte, Dangel & Foss Co. & Frank Darrenouge.                                Was Schultz Brothers in 1946.

OS4‑HC  Main St., ca. 1886. 1. Man in buggy, Dr. Rood; 2. Owner of Dr. Sallade's drug store, Moses Young; 3. J.D.                               Mackey, S.J. Dearholt's Father‑in‑law; 4. George Morse; 5. Otto Schoenfeldt; 6. Arthur Coughran; 7. W.H.                                            Meeker, in window of his first dental office; In 1951 the following buildings were: A. Thompson's Toggery;                                       B. Meyer's Paint Store; C. Art Krueger's Tavern; D. Durward McQueen's Barbershop     

OS4‑HC    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       Same as OS4‑HC, above

OS4‑HC1   Cal Smith's barbarshop, Will Stolte Sr. in chair. Joe Debar. Will & Earl Smith are the boys. Jul. Apple.

OS5‑2         Evangelical United Brethren Church

OS6‑12     Pine Grove Park, Reedsburg

OS6‑14     First church in Reedsburg, SW corner of N. Pine & 3rd St.

OS6‑26     Stolte Hotel kitchen, ca. 1905. Left, Theresa (Schulz) Wischoff

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

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

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

OS6‑35        Alba House (old Central House)

OS7‑4a     Reedsburg Co. B, 10th S.B., lined up for mess call, Camp Douglas. 1. H.H. Clark,

                  2. Ed Monn, 3. Clark Townsend, 4. Albert Richards, 5. Harry Hosler, 6.?,

                 7. Frank Brimmer, 8.?, 9.?, 10. Arthur E. Kelley, 11. H.B. Quimby, 12. Paul Hudson

OS7‑8a     Members of Co. B, 10th Sep. Battalion, Reedsburg Co., Wis. Nat. Guard, Camp

                  Douglas, July 24, 1907. 1. Herbert Wischoff, 2. Glen Knowles, 3. Arthur

                  Schultz, 4. Glen Courtlier, 5. Arthur Schroeder, 6. Frank White,

                 7. J.Z. Hudson, 8. Ed Meyer, 9. Joe Newbury, 10. Emil Naedler,  11. Arthur Spaulding, 12.?

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

OS8‑41     Old M.E. Church, built 1873. In 1883 moved to N. Locust & Pine. 35'x40'

OS9‑11A    Reedsburg Woolen Mill interior, Jan. 5, 1961

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

OS9‑25A    Reedsburg Woolen Mill, Enid Mikonowicz, Jan. 5, 1961

OS9‑9A     Reedsburg Woolen Mill exterior, Jan. 5, 1961

OS13‑43    A.L. Harris residence, Pine St.

OSONN‑1          House, unknown

OSONN‑2          House, unknown

OSONN‑3          Log house, unknown

OSONN‑4          Group of people, unknown

OSONN‑5          Parade in Reedsburg

OSONN‑6          Parade in Reedsburg

OSONN‑7          Old bridge in background

 

RFD1‑1A       Two teams in front of firehouse

RFD1‑29A      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      Bates House fire, Jan. 1, 1898

RFD1‑37A      Bates House fire, Jan. 1, 1898

RFD1‑37AA     Central House fire, April 12, 1896

RFD1‑39A      Bates House fire, Jan. 1, 1898

RFD1‑41A      Central House fire, April 12, 1896

RFD1‑43A      Central House fire, April 12, 1896

RFD2‑13       Woolen Mill fie, April 1968

RFD2‑15       Woolen Mill fie, April 1968

RFD2‑19       Woolen Mill fie, April 1968

RFD2‑3A       Two teams of fire apparatus in front of fire house

RFD2‑4        Woolen Mill fie, April 1968

RFD2‑5A       Team with fire apparatus in front of fire house

RFD2‑8        Woolen Mill fie, April 1968

RFD2‑9        Woolen Mill fie, April 1968

RFD3‑12       Big Store fire, Sep. 3, 1957

RFD3‑21       Big Store fire, Sep. 3, 1957

RFD3‑25       Big Store fire, Sep. 3, 1957

RFD3‑27       Big Store fire, Sep. 3, 1957

RFD3‑29       Big Store fire, Sep. 3, 1957

RFD3‑34       Big Store fire, Sep. 3, 1957

RFD3‑35       Big Store fire, Sep. 3, 1957

RFD4‑10   Reedsburg Fire Chief "Eggs" Krey

RFD4‑2      Barn fire

RFD4‑30   "Emergency Unit"

RFD4‑32   Fighting fire

RFD4‑34   Group picture, Oct. 10, 1967

RFD4‑36   Fire Dept. Emergency Squad, 12 members & 3 chiefs

RFD4‑39   Fire fighter of the year, 1977, Edgar H. Krey

RFD4‑4                Fire Dept. Emergency Unit

RFD4‑40   Group picture of firemen

RFD4‑42    House Fire in Reedsburg

RFD4‑44    Reedsburg Hose Company, State Champions

RFD4‑6                 Big Store Fire, August 27, 1957

RFD5‑12   Old Fire Station, Library, Common Council chambers

RFD5‑14   Group picture Reedsburg Fire Dept.

RFD5‑33   Old fire station

RFD5‑35   Fire equipment in front of old fire station

RFD5‑37   Old fire station

RFD5‑39   Inside fire station

RFD5‑42   Fire department display at Webb High

RG1‑1A     Evangelical United Brethren Church

RG1‑23A   Main St. looking west from Walnut St., ca. 1940's

RG1‑25A    Dam & bridge across Baraboo River in Reedsburg

RG1‑27A    Tourist Camp, Reedsburg

RG1‑29A    Anna Stone Memorial Park

RG1‑31A    Woolen Mill

RG1‑33a    Hillpoint Co‑op Dairies, Reedsburg?

RG1‑35a    Reedsburg Country Club, ca. 1920's.

RG1‑37a    Reedsburg Country Club, ca. 1950's.

RG1‑39a    Reedsburg Country Club

RG1‑3A     Methodist Episcopal Church

RG1‑41A    Presbyterian Church

RG1‑43      Catholic Church

RG1‑5A     Bible Baptist church

RG2‑23     City Park

RG2‑25     Baraboo River bridge & Woolen Mill

RG2‑27     The Fair Dept. Store, 1907. (Probably not in Reedsburg)

RG2‑31     Hankscraft Co.

RG2‑7A     High School

RG2‑9A     Baraboo River bridge looking west

RHS1‑3     Armory

RHS1‑3     The old armory

RHS1‑5     Reedsburg Brewery

RHS1‑5     Reedsburg Brewery

RHS1‑7     C& NW passenger station, Reedsburg

RHS1‑9     C&NW depot, Reedsburg

RHS1‑15  Sauk County Training School (aka Normal School)

RHS1‑17  Sauk County Training School (aka Normal School)

RHS1‑19  New M.E. Church

RHS1‑21       Catholic Church & parsonage, 1906

RHS1‑25       Baptist Church

RHS1‑40A      Reedsburg Woolen Mill

RHS2‑11  Railway depot, Reedsburg

RHS2‑13  The "original" high school, Normal School later to be located on this site

RHS2‑27       New St. Peter's Lutheran church, winter scene

RHS2‑2A    Woolen Mill dam, 1908

RHS2‑31       New St. Peter's Luth. Church, dedicated March 14, 1909

RHS2‑33  Construction of Presbyterian Church

RHS2‑35       Presbyterian Church

RHS2‑37       Old & new Presbyterian church

RHS2‑44A     Woolen Mill mill pond

RHS2‑6A       City Park, ca. 1911

RHS3‑14A    Main St. looking east, ca. 1950's

RHS3‑21A    Bird's eye view from water tower, looking south

RHS3‑23a      Old Fire Station

RHS3‑39A    Main St. looking east

RHS3‑40A    Main St. looking west

RHS3‑42A    Main St. looking west

RHS4‑10a     Market St. looking North

RHS4‑26      The Big Store

RHS4‑2a     Hotel Stolte & Mueller's Drug Store

RHS4‑4A    Main St. south side of street

RHS4‑6A    Main St. looking west

RHS4‑8A    South Walnut St.

RHS5‑1    The Big Store, postcard

RHS5‑13   The "new" ME church

RHS5‑15   "old" Catholic church

RHS5‑18   Woolen Mill dam, bridge

RHS5‑19   Millpond, bridge

RHS5‑2    Main St., looking west

RHS5‑20   City Park

RHS5‑21   City Park

RHS5‑22   Sauk County Farm

RHS5‑23   Sauk County Asylum

RHS5‑25   Hotel Stolte & Mueller's Drug Store

RHS5‑3    Main St., looking west

RHS5‑4    Market St. (now N. Walnut), looking north

RHS5‑5    Park St. looking south

RHS5‑6    Main Street, night scene looking east

RHS5‑7    Main St., night scene looking down Market St. (N. Walnut)

RHS5‑8    Bird's eye view from water tower, looking south

RHS6‑18   From panorama of Main St. late 19‑teens

RHS6‑18A  Looking east on Main St. from top of flour mill, 1912

RHS6‑20    From panorama of Main St., Hotel. late 19‑teens

RHS6‑22    From panorama of Main St., late 19‑teens

RHS6‑22X  "The New Store" of Krueger, Huebing & Clement, 1912

RHS6‑24     From panorama of Main St., late 19‑teens (Penney Store)

RHS6‑24  Home Lumber & Construction Co., 1912

RHS6‑25x  C & NW passenger station

RHS6‑26 From panorama of Main St., late 19‑teens, looking west

RHS6‑26A  Reedsburg Steam Laundry, May 9, 1911. George Strampe, Walter Scheltze, Alma Backman

                        Tewes, Alta Perau Rosenthal, Edna L. Mayer; located south side of Main St. near  bridge.

RHS6‑26x  C & NW passenger station

RHS6‑27x  Presbyterian church

RHS6‑28                       From panorama of Main St., late 19‑teens, looking west

RHS6‑28a  Park St. looking north

RHS6‑3     Sharpe & Daylight Store, 1910, (later M & J Auto)

RHS6‑3     Sharpe & Daylight Store, 1910. Later M&J Auto Parts

RHS7‑2     John. T. Kelly blacksmith, 1912

RHS7‑26  J.W. Corwith Livery & Feed Barn, 1912

RHS7‑30  Albert Fuhrmann's Malt House, 1912

RHS7‑32    Reedsburg Marble Works, 1912

RHS7‑34    Brittingham & Hixon Lumber Co., 1912

RHS7‑34  Brittingham & Hixon Lumber Co., 1912

RHS7‑36  Siefert, Horkan Verthein Co., 1912

RHS7‑38    Alfred Bernien Co., 1912

RHS7‑38  Alfred Bernien Co., 1912

RHS7‑40    H. Sorge & Sons Creamery, 1912

RHS7‑42    Reedsburg Sanitarium, 1912

RHS7‑42  Reedsburg Sanitarium, 1912

RHS7‑44  Reedsburg Times Block, 1912

RHS7‑8     Home of Reedsburg Free Press, 1902. Established in 1860.

RHS7‑8     Home of Reedsburg Free Press, established 1860. This in 1902

RHS8‑10    Howland & Johnson Lumber Co., 1902

RHS8‑11  Engine House. Public Library on second floor, 1902

RHS8‑13  Stand Pipe City Water Works, 1902

RHS8‑17    Stolte & Hahn Sample Room, 1902

RHS8‑23    The Big Store, 1902

RHS8‑25    The Big Store, 1902

RHS8‑27    South side of Main St., looking west from Walnut St. 1902 (Penney Store)

RHS8‑31    North side of Main St. looking west from Walnut St. 1902 (Big Store)

RHS9‑6     Emma Kelly, _____, Bertha Reinecke Fisher, _____, Icel Crall Sorge, Alma Ehlert

                   Davis, Amelia Sussner, seated in white dress is Ella Tietje Meyer

RHS9‑8     Cecil Hess in Reedsburg, 1926

RHS9‑4     Reedsburg Sanitarium

RHS9‑29    4th of July parade, Vernie Devereaux in derby hat, worked for Walter Craker, a feed dealer.

RHS9‑36  C&NW Depot

RHS9‑32    Reedsburg Steam Laundry 1915. Owner: Amandus & George Strampe.

                  Employees: Olga Meyer Traeder, Amanda Peters Harms, Alta Perau Rosenthal, Edna. L. Meyer

RHS9‑34    Stolte Hotel kitchen, 1900. L‑R: Minnie Schroeder Meyer, ______, _____,

                 Mrs. Albert Fisher, Ella Tietje Meyer, A.ma Elhert Davis, _____,  Mrs. Herb Kelly, _____, _____.

RHS9‑40    Reedsburg Steam Laundry, 1907, Main & Water St. (Webb St.). Proprietor:

                  Amandus Strampe. Employees: Alta Perau Rosenthal, Mrs. Amandus

                  (Kroeger) Strampe, George Strampe, Rose Springburn Lueders, Edna L. Meyer

RHS9‑44    Commercial House, Sep. 22, 1903. Ernest Richard, Ermmie? Marshall. Working

                   for livery stable with dray wagon: Leona Duddleston, Hattie Krutzman, Hazel Prouty

RHS10‑4    Inside old armory ca. 1910. Characters in a play: George Strampe, But. Clark, Paul Schroeder, Henry Purdy,M.G.                      Dillonbock, Gladys Craker, Eric Karll, Nellie Bumon, Ethel Bock, Ethel Ann Davis, Paul schuette, Otto Riggert,                                   Everett Burdick

RHS10‑10      "Pine Tree House" on sign, no other identification

RHS10‑12      Reedsburg Post Office interior, before 1937. Now Gavin Bros. on Main St., 1999

RHS10‑14      Reedsburg Post Office interior, before 1937. Now Gavin Bros. on Main St., 1999

RHS10‑2       St. Peter's Lutheran school?

RHS10‑38   Sauk Co. Training School classroom (Normal School)

RHS10‑40   Sauk Co. Training School classroom (Normal School)

RHS10‑44      Possibly a bar in Stolte Hotel (photo had no caption)

RHS10‑6    People in front of old building (photo had no caption)

RHS10‑8    Old Settlers' meeting, South School, Feb. 1947

RHS10‑16      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.

RHS11‑23  Reedsburg Boat Club barge, used to clear river, 1940

RHS11‑24   Sauk Co. Training School furnace room (Normal School)

RHS11‑25  Reedsburg Boat Club, removing rubbish from river, 1940

RHS11‑28 Reedsburg Main St. Celebration

RHS11‑29   Sauk Co. Training School hall (Normal School)

RHS11‑30 Reedsburg Main St. Celebration

RHS11‑30  Band, possibly at Sherwood's Grove

RHS12‑7a      [Should be OS14‑7a] Dr. J.S. Collins, 1891

RM1‑2A                        River St. (Webb Ave.) Ca. 1917

RM1‑2AA    Main Street Bridge, ca. 1930's

RM1‑42A   Main St. looking NE, ca. 1917

RM1‑44A   Main St. looking east from bridge, ca. 1923

RM1‑4A     Ca. 1917

RM1‑4AA    City Park bandshell, erected 1933

RM1‑6A     Main St. looking west, ca. 1917

RM1‑6A   Main St. looking west, ca 1917

RM2‑10A    Woolen Mill

RM2‑12A    Woolen Mill & Baraboo River bridge

RM2‑18A    View from Baraboo River Bridge

RM2‑22A       Methodist Church

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

RM2‑36A    Main St. looking east from bridge

RM2‑38A    Bird's eye view from water tower looking south

RM2‑40A   High School, Reedsburg

RM2‑8A     Woolen Mill

RM3‑15A   Boulevard

RM3‑29     Business District, 1908

RM3‑31     Daylight Store (Siefert‑Horkan‑Verthein Co.)

RM3‑33     Nestles Condensory

RM3‑4A     South Park

RM3‑6A    Main St. looking NE

RM3‑9A    Main St. from Walnut St. looking east

RM4‑1     The Daylight Store

RM4‑10    Greetings from Reedsburg postcard

RM4‑11    Greetings from Reedsburg postcard

RM4‑12    Greetings from Reedsburg postcard

RM4‑3     Bird's eye view from water tower looking south

RM4‑37     Old Reedsburg swimming pool

RM4‑4     Bird's eye view of Reedsburg

RM4‑5     Main St., ca. 1970's

RM4‑6     Woolen Mill dam and bridge

RM4‑8       Greetings from Reedsburg postcard

RM5‑11A  Firemen's Tournament, 1924

RM5‑17a    Roll of Honor, serving in the U.S. Armed Forces, ca. 1940's

RM5‑9A   Firemen's Tournament, 1924

RM6‑26    Main St.

RM6‑3         "Building new bridge 1924‑25" Dam and bridge under construction, viewed from railroad bridge.

RM7‑10A  South School, front view

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

RM7‑30A    Old ball park & fairgrounds, with flour mill & woolen mill in background

RM7‑32A    Woolen Mill dam flood, ca. 1921

RM7‑34A       St. Peter's Lutheran Church

RM7‑36A       St. Peter's Lutheran Church

RM7‑38A     Main St. with trolley (gag photo) ca. 1910

RM7‑44a    Park St. looking south

RM7‑4A     Gene Murray's Ox Team, Amos & Andy

RM7‑6a     Reedsburg Country Club, ca. 1937

RM7‑8A   "New" High School

RM8‑1a     Reedsburg Bank, Farmer's Room, early 1900's

RM8‑21a    Reedsburg Development Corp. building

RM8‑23A  Webb Park, swimming pool

RM8‑25a    Boulevard, ca. early 1900's

RM8‑29A  "Bird's eye view business section, Reedsburg, Wis." horse & buggy days

RM8‑31A    Main Street Bridge, ca. 1940

RM8‑33a    Business block on Main St., Huntley Hotel, ca. 1920's

RM8‑35a    Reedsburg Bank lobby, early 1900's

RM8‑37a    Reedsburg Bank main banking room, early 1900's

RM8‑39a    Reedsburg Bank, a corner officer's space, early 1900's

RM8‑3a     Reedsburg Bank, a ten ton vault door, early 1900's

RM8‑41a    Reedsburg Bank, a corner of the ladies rest room, early 1900's

RM8‑43a    Reedsburg, Bank, director's room, early 1900's

RM9‑21A  Main St. looking west, 1903

RM9‑5         Reedsburg Bank, front view, early 1900's

RM9‑9A     Main St., Reedsburg bank on left. Early 1920's

RMISC1‑7A   Tearing down chimney at old South School

RMISC2‑1   River scene from bridge

RMISC2‑7a  WRDB Radio station, March, 1954. Gordon Locke in picture?

RMISC2‑22   Main Street reconstruction, looking west, June 30, 1993

RMISC2‑24   Main Street reconstruction, looking SE, June 30, 1993

RMISC2‑25   Main Street reconstruction, looking SW, June 30, 1993

RMISC2‑32   Main Street reconstruction, looking NW, June 30, 1993

RMISC2‑33   Main Street reconstruction, looking NE, June 30, 1993

RMISC2‑34   Main Street reconstruction, looking E, June 30, 1993

RMISC2‑35   Main Street reconstruction, looking W, June 30, 1993

RMISC2‑39   Main Street reconstruction, looking E, June 30, 1993

RMISC2‑39A   Reedsburg Bank, ca. 1920

RMISC2‑41    Main St. looking west, late 19‑teens

RMISC3‑20    Main St. looking west, ca. 1940's

RMISC3‑22  Reedsburg High football players,1913: left halfback, Harold Kleeber; quarterback, Reg Meyer; receiver, Joe Carroll

RMISC3‑25   Ford Garage, demolition, May 4, 1994

RMISC3‑26  Baseball team, 1914, Sauk County champions: "Shrimp" Reindflesch,

               Walter Donahue, Manager. Norm Gill, ___ Kelly, ___ ___, Forrest Viet,

               Jack Falvy‑owner; seated: Harold Kleeber, "Hip" O'Herin, "Peg" Meyer.

RMISC4‑6A  Flood on N. Webb Ave.

RMISC4‑8A  Flood in Anna Stone Park

RMISC5‑HC     Main St. looking west, ca. 1920's

RMISC6‑3      Reedsburg Centennial parade, 1948

RMISC7‑25A    St. Peter's old Lutheran church

RMISC7‑2a  Stolte, Dangel & Foss Co., 1899

RMISC7‑37A     Main St. looking west, 1899

RMISC7‑39A    Interior of electric light plant, 1899.

RMISC7‑42A    Interior of Siefert Bros. Hardware Store & Carriage Room, May 5, 1899.

RMISC7‑44A    Stolte, Dangel & Foss Co. May 5, 1899

RMISC7‑4a  Reedsburg Bank, 1899

RMISC8‑10A    Woolen Mill, 1899

RMISC8‑12a    William Schoephoester's stave factory, 1899

RMISC8‑1A  Roller Mill, 1899

RMISC8‑25a    Brittingham & Hixon Lumber Co., 1906

RMISC8‑27a    W.M. Daniels Harness & Saddlery Goods, 1906

RMISC8‑29A    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

RMISC8‑31a    J. Mepham & Sons Dray Line & City Transfer, 1906

RMISC8‑43  Reedsburg Brewery, burned down in 1904. 1899

RMISC8‑8a  Wendel & Hassman, 1899

RMISC9‑6    City Clerk's office above Reedsburg Fire Dept. March 13, 1914. 1. Byron  Randall, Alderman; 2. Captain Purdy,                                meter reader; 3. Mabel Wiseman, stenographer; 4. Wm H. Dierken, City Clerk; 5. Herbert French, City Engineer

RMISC9‑11     Moving picture show car, from 1948 centennial RTP edition

RMISC9‑13     Claire Briggs boyhood home on 156 Vine St.

RMISC9‑14a    Sorge's Ice Cream & Butter, early 1920's

RMISC9‑15     Art Colby, blind musician

RMISC9‑22a    Prisoners of War, WWII, ca. 1945. Taken on Herman Thieding farm.

RMISC9‑9      "New" Sinclair gas station, 1936

RMISC10‑12A     Flying Tigers, Josh Sanford, 1942‑46

RMISC10‑12a    Bird's eye view map of bridges across Baraboo River, 1874

RMISC10‑14a    Bird's eye view map of sawmill, 1874

RMISC10‑21A     Flying Tigers, Josh Sanford

RMISC10‑38    Buildings near railroad tracks

RMISC10‑9a  Bird's eye view map of railway station, 1874

RMISC1‑14A Cannon on boulevard, scene taken from movie "See Your Town & Yourself in the Movies" 1938

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

RMISC12‑18a    Reedsburg Supply Co., 1920, Charles E. Phillips on left

RMISC12‑22a    Reedsburg Supply Co., aerial view, 1958

RMISC12‑24a   Taylor Lake in Pine Grove Park, ca. 1915

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

RMISC13‑38  City Drive‑Inn, Rootbeer stand, ca. 1948

RMISC14‑10    Reedsburg Brass Band, drummer kid is Otto Riggert

RMISC14‑12    Reedsburg Military Band

RMISC14‑20    Reedsburg Fire Dept.

RMISC14‑23    Leo Parkhurst at Cities Service bulk plant

RMISC14‑25    Reedsburg ball team

RMISC15‑16    Schenk Electric, 1962

RMISC15‑6     Cities Service station, corner E. Main & S. Park

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

RMISC17‑13a   Nestle Plant, ca. 1933. Standing in front, James R. Hall, Plant Superintendent. On

                  steps: Catherine & Lucille Donahue, sisters, office girls. Eugene Tibbits,

                  Assistant Superintendent. Back row: Walter F. Meyer, worker; Garfield

                  Marcom & Al Reppen, Field Men. Raymond Struck, plant worker.

RMISC17‑33  WWII prisoner of war camp, July, 1945. Located end of N. Webb Ave.

RMISC17‑36    "1918, When peace was declared" WWI

RMISC17‑39    "1918, When peace was declared" WWI

RMISC18‑11a   George Schlieckau & his plane, JI Standard

RMISC18‑34    Popcorn stand by Huntley Hotel (Cornerstone today, 1998)

RMISC18‑42    Soapbox races, Reedsburg Centennial 1948, Dick Baumgarten on right

RMISC19‑15    Main St., "The land of milk and honey"

RMISC19‑17    Edward Krey saloon, 1912

RMISC19‑19    West Main bridge, N. side of street, July 1956

RMISC19‑21    Sanatorium, ca. 1962

RMISC19‑3   [should be RMISC18‑2a] Cyril Dickerman & his plane

RMISC19‑44    Dolly Madison Dairy delivery van

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

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

RMISC24‑25A    High water Main St. bridge, Feb,1966  

RMISC24‑27A    High water, Webb Ave., Feb., 1966

RMISC2‑43  South School, ca. 1920

RMISC24‑33A    Beverly Ann Steffen, 1992 Alice In Dairyland

RMISC24‑37A    Main St. bridge, flood, Feb.1966

RMISC24‑39A    Flood, Webb Ave. looking south to Main St., Feb., 1966

RMISC25‑1A      Reedsburg tornado? "Pickerings" is note on photo

RMISC25‑36      Aeroplane over Reedsburg (gag photo)

RMISC25‑3A      Reedsburg tornado? "Pickerings" is note on photo       

RMISC25‑41A    Sacred Heart old church

RMISC25‑43A    Reedsburg area tornado?

RMISCONN‑1    Reedsburg air photo, ca. 1985

RMISCONN2     Reedsburg Woolen Mill Banquet program, 1895

RMSC14‑40  Paul Tilker Farm Implements, 1944, left is Hilda Tilker, right is Paul Tilker

RR4‑1997      Good Friday, carrying cross, 1997

RR5‑1‑1998  North Freedom Steam train in Reedsburg, May 1, 1998 for Sesquicentennial

RR5‑1‑1998A    North Freedom Steam train in Reedsburg, May 1, 1998 for Sesquicentennial

RR5‑1‑1998B    L‑R: Jan Werth, Director Camber of Cemmerce; Gov. Tommy Thompson;

                  Mayor Carl Stolte, Sesquicentennial Celebration at R.R. Depot., May 1, 1998

RR5‑3‑1998  Jan Werth, Director Chamber of Commerce, laying on R.R. tracks, Sesquicentennial, May 3, 1998

RR5‑3‑1998A    Attempted Indian Relocation pageant at R.R. depot, for Sesquicentennial Celebration, May 3, 1998.

RR5‑3‑1998C    Attempted Indian Relocation pageant at R.R. depot, for Sesquicentennial Celebration, May 3, 1998.

RR5‑3‑1998D    Attempted Indian Relocation pageant at R.R. depot, for Sesquicentennial Celebration, May 3, 1998.

 

RR5‑3‑1998E    Attempted Indian Relocation pageant at R.R. depot, for Sesquicentennial Celebration, May 3, 1998.

RR5‑3‑1998F    Attempted Indian Relocation pageant at R.R. depot, for Sesquicentennial Celebration, May 3, 1998.

RR5‑3‑1998G    Attempted Indian Relocation pageant at R.R. depot, for Sesquicentennial Celebration, May 3, 1998.

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

RSB1‑41           Main St. , north side looking east, ca. 1886

RSB1‑44    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

RTP1‑1        Big Store fire, Sep. 3, 1957

RTP1‑3        Big Store fire, Sep. 3, 1957

RTP1‑22    "Radio station 9AJG, Old Citizens Bank building, Dec. 1921. "This set was

                  constructed by Vic H. Kansier and was located in the St. Peter's parsonage

                  from May 1916 to Dec. 1921. The first wireless in Reedsburg. Receiver was

                  0‑25,000 meter range, 3 stage amplifier and the transmitter was a * kilowatt,

                  13,200 volt spark‑quenched gap. Tubby Fess (Loyd) was enjoying KDKA

                  Pittsburgh with me." Vic and Tubby Fess.

RTP1‑24    Milo's Buffet

RTP1‑26    Taylor Lake at Pine Grove Park

RTP1‑28    Co. A, 1st Btn.

RTP1‑29A   Reedsburg Centennial, 1948. Oxen & covered wagon

RTP1‑31A      St. John's Luth. Church fire, Jan. 10, 1937

RTP1‑33A      St. John's Luth. Church fire, Jan. 10, 1937

RTP1‑35a      J.L. Green building, ca. 1887. People on roof: left, Herman Bartell, George

                    Buelow. On sidewalk, John Kartack, August Siefert, _____, E.F. Blank, Dr. C.F.W. Kordenat

RTP1‑41       Big Store fire, Sep. 3, 1957

RTP1‑43       Big Store fire, Sep. 3, 1957

RTP2‑11       Big Store fire, Sep. 3, 1957

RTP2‑13       Big Store fire, Sep. 3, 1957

RTP2‑5        Big Store fire, Sep. 3, 1957

RTP2‑7        Big Store fire, Sep. 3, 1957

RTP2‑9        Big Store fire, Sep. 3, 1957

RTP6‑23‑83#13  Butterfest Parade, June 23, 1983

 

WCS3‑2     Cornerstone November, 1995

WCS3‑33   Private cemetery of James Babb & family, central marker, Sep. 13, 1995

WCS3‑35   Private cemetery of James Babb & family, Sep. 13, 1995

WCS3‑40   Private cemetery of James Babb & family, Sep. 13, 1995

WCS4‑7    Sesquicentennial Committee, May 8, 1996

WCS5‑1    Babb marker near bridge, May 27, 1996

WCS5‑31   Reedsburg Historical Society Log Village, May 26, 1996

WCS5‑33   Civil War monument, Greenwood Cemetery, May 27, 1996

WCS5‑35   Maxim's Pond, off LaValle St., Reedsburg, June 19, 1996

WCS5‑37   Civil War monument, Greenwood Cemetery, May 17, 1996

WCS5‑40   Ridiculous Day, Reedsburg, July 16, 1996

WCS5‑41   Firing Squad, Greenwood Cemetery, Memorial Day, May 27, 1996

WCS5‑41x  Ridiculous Day, Reedsburg, July 16, 1996

WCS5‑5a   Old bridge moved here from Main St., now near Maxim's Pond, off LaValle St. Reedsburg, July 24, 1996

WCS6‑35   Ridiculous Day, Reedsburg, July 16, 1996

WCS6‑36   Ridiculous Day, Reedsburg, July 16, 1996

WCS6‑37   Ridiculous Day, Reedsburg, July 16, 1996

WCS6‑38   Ridiculous Day, Reedsburg, July 16, 1996

WCS8‑13a    Mural in Reedsburg Post Office, Oct. 1, 1996

WCS11‑12    Gavel of Old Settlers, made from harness of James Babb's horses which brought him to Reedsburg.

WCS11‑25A   Main St. Christmas decorations, Dec. 31, 1996

WCS11‑27    7th Day Adventist church, April 9, 1997

WCS11‑29    Girl Scout Cabin, 1200 block of 7th St., April 9, 1997

WCS11‑7     Old Settlers' meeting, Feb. 22, 1997

WCS18‑0     Senior Serenaders at Depot, Sesquicentennial Celebration, May 3, 1998

WCS18‑8     North Freedom Steam train at R.R. depot, Sesquicentennial Celebration, May 3, 1998

WCS19‑1     L‑R: Paul Wolter chats with  Lothar Rindfleisch who is visiting from Germany

WCS19‑10    The Toggery Sesquicentennial window display

WCS19‑14    Bill Schuette & Dorothy Parent, at capital in Madison, winners of writing  contest for Wisconsin's                                           Sesquicentennial, May 29, 1998

WCS19‑15    Dedication of Sesquicentennial wall hanging at new library. April 19, 1998

WCS19‑17    Contribuitors who sewed the Sesquicentennial wall hanging in new library, April, 19, 1998

WCS19‑2     Paul Wolter, seated left chats with Lothar Rindfleisch who is visiting from Germany, May 24, 1998

WCS19‑3     Lothar Rindfleisch from Germany addresses crowd at Reedsburg Log Village, May 24, 1998.

WCS19‑6     Lothar Rindfleisch & son, Cassten, May 24, 1998

WCS19‑7   Reedsburg Sesquicentennial banner made for display at Madison, 1998

WCS19‑8   Sesquicentennial display at Cornerstone, 1998

WCS19‑9   Window display at Toggery, for Sesquicentennial, 1998

WCS20‑25  Window display Cornerstone, May, 1998

WCS20‑34  North Freedom steam train at Reedsburg depot, May 3, 1998

WCS20‑35  North Freedom steam train at Reedsburg depot, May 3, 1998

WCS21‑1   Heritage Days at Reedsburg Historical Soc. July 4, 1998. L, Jo Hewitt & Phyllis Miller

WCS21‑10  Heritage Days at Reedsburg Historical Soc. July 4, 1998. Ray Palmer in the blacksmith shop.

WCS21‑12  Heritage Days at Reedsburg Historical Soc. July 4, 1998. M&M Merriwell Huebing.

WCS21‑15  Heritage Days at Reedsburg Historical Soc. July 4, 1998. Connie Meyer at her  loom.

WCS21‑16  Heritage Days at Reedsburg Historical Soc. July 4, 1998. Amy Meyer at her loom.

WCS21‑18  Heritage Days at Reedsburg Historical Soc. July 4, 1998. Bob Reed making  beenie baby beds.

WCS21‑19  Heritage Days at Reedsburg Historical Soc. July 4, 1998. Bob Reed making  beenie baby beds.

WCS21‑2   Heritage Days at Reedsburg Historical Soc. July 4, 1998. Postmaster Darrell Wilson, left & Ron Dorn, assistant.

WCS21‑21  Heritage Days at Reedsburg Historical Soc. July 4, 1998. Marlene Schulte playing the organ in the old church for a hymn sing.

WCS21‑4   Heritage Days at Reedsburg Historical Soc. July 4, 1998. St. Peter's Lutheran Church of Reedsburg, quilters.

WCS21‑6   Heritage Days at Reedsburg Historical Soc. July 4, 1998. Dorothy Elfers with spinning wheel.

 

WCS21‑8   Heritage Days at Reedsburg Historical Soc. July 4, 1998. Dorothy Elfers with spinning wheel.

WCS22‑ 41   Jo Hewitt, left, and Phyllis Miller, at Heritage Days at Reedsburg Historical Soc., July 4, 1998.

WCS22‑44  St. Peter's Lutheran Church quilters at Heritage Days at Reedsburg Historical Soc. July 4, 1998.

WCS22‑10a   Heritage Ball at Voyageur Inn, Sesquicentennial, Aug. 15, 1998

WCS22‑12a   Mayor Carl Stolte, wife, Marsha at Heritage Ball, Aug. 15, 1998

WCS22‑1x  Old Settlers' Cake at the picnic in City Park, Aug. 16, 1998

WCS22‑2x  City Park, picnic, Aug. 16, 1998

WCS22‑4x  Riley Stone Memorial Awards being presented at Heritage Days at Reedsburg

                Historical Soc. July 4, 1998. Right, Mel Albers, center, James Pawlisch

WCS22‑39  Paul Vallaincourt, age 13, playing violin at Heritage Days at Reedsburg Historical Soc. July 4, 1998.

WCS22‑3x  Riley Stone Memorial Awards being presented at Heritage Days at Reedsburg Historical Soc. July 4, 1998.

WCS22‑4   Blacksmith Ray Palmer at Heritage Days at Reedsburg Historical Soc. July 4, 1998.

WCS22‑5a  Sesquicentennial window display at Reedsburg Office Supply, Aug. 12, 1998

WCS22‑6a  Sesquicentennial window display at Reedsburg Office Supply, Aug. 12, 1998

WCS22‑7a  Sesquicentennial window display at Reedsburg Office Supply, Aug. 12, 1998

WCS22‑8a  Sesquicentennial window display at Reedsburg Office Supply, Aug. 12, 1998

WCS22‑9a  Sesquicentennial window display at Toggery, Aug. 12, 1998

WCS22‑42  Postmaster Darrell Wilson and assistant Ron Dorn applying special cancellations

               at Heritage Days at Reedsburg Historical Soc. July 4, 1998

WCS23‑10  Vacationland Choralires at Picnic in City Park, Aug. 19, 1998

WCS23‑13  Sesquicentennial display at new library, Aug, 1998

WCS23‑38  Sesquicentennial display at new library, Aug., 1998

WCS23‑7   Louise & Nancy Faivre sing and play at Sesquicentennial Picnic in City Park, Aug. 19, 1998

WCS23‑8   Picnic in City Park, Sesquicentennial celebration, Aug. 19, 1998

WCS23‑9   Mayor Carl Stolte addresses crowd at Picnic in the Park, Aug. 19, 1998.

WCS24‑10  Picnic in City Park, Sesquicentennial celebration, Aug. 19, 1998

WCS24‑20  Sesquicentennial Heritage Ball at Voyegur Inn, Aug. 15, 1998

WCS24‑3   "The Neighbors" a play at the Reedsburg Hist. Soc., Sep. 6, 1998.

WCS24‑41a   Reedsburg Fire Dept. open house, 125th anniversary, Oct. 4, 1998

WCS24‑44a   Reedsburg Fire Dept. open house, 125th anniversary, Oct. 4, 1998

WCS25‑OAX     Wis. & Southern Railway Co. visits Reedsburg, Sep. 18, 1999. Wis. & Southern Railway

                        Fan Club outing in 1950's era engine and cars.

WCS25‑2AX      Same as above. Sep. 18, 1999

WCS25‑5AX      Welcome sign south edge of town, on Hwy 23

WT1‑1      St. Peter's Lutheran Church, Reedsburg

WT1‑13     Nestles Food Co.

WT1‑15     First M.E. church & parsonage

WT1‑20             Main St. looking west

WT1‑28     Firemen's Festival, 1912

WT1‑3         City Park, ca. 1907

WT1‑32     Tourist Camp sign

WT1‑32     Tourist Camp sign in Reedsburg

WT1‑5         City Park

WT1‑7      Reedsburg High School

WT1‑9      Reedsburg High School

WT2‑13A    Woolen Mail dam

WT2‑15a    Old Reedsburg Hospital on Park St.

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

WT2‑9A     Baraboo River & flouring mill

WT3‑10      Railway Depot

WT3‑10x     St. Peter's Lutheran Church

WT3‑11      County Farm

WT3‑11x     Woolen Mill

WT3‑13      Reedsburg High School

WT3‑8x      First M.E. church & parsonage

WT3‑9       St. Peter's Lutheran church and schoolhouse

WT3‑9x      City Park, ca. 1907