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Sauk City Library Collection

Copied May 2006

Sauk County Historical Society

PdS= Prairie du Sac – SC= Sauk City

 

4th July Celebration, on the “Band Wagon”

5th St PdS, and school grounds

6th St PdS, looking north on 6th St. Prairie du Sac, 1908, homes

13 Ladies, 1 man. L-R, Top: Meta Meyer, Ida Schlungbaum, Alma Schlungbaum Diehl, ?,

      ___ Schmidhofer, Irma Lachmund, Ella Naffz, Annie Schorer. Middle: Elsa Schmidhofer

       Kellersberger, ___ Schmidhofer. Front: Lina Meyer, Tillie Schlungbaum, Anna Krause, Emma

       Lemm (Mrs. Armin Buerki).

American Legion Members

Artesian Well, SC,

Astor House, now ERA-Marquardt Agency

August & Admirers

August & Friends, August Derleth

August, Sandy, April, and Meta Meyer

Auto Company, Up-To-Date-Auto Company, c. 1917, parade

Band, SC, Sauk City Brass & Reed Band, c. 1915

Banquet, men & women

Bath House, c. 1915

Bath Houses

Bathers 2, c. 1920

Bathers 3, c. 1920

Bathers 4, c. 1920

Bathers 5, c. 1920

Bathers 6, c. 1920

Bathers 7, c. 1920

Bathers 8, c. 1920

Bathers 9, c. 1920

Bathers, c. 1920

Bathers 10, c. 1920

Bathing Beauties, Minnie Woerth, Meta Meyer, Elsa Kellersberger, Louise Buehler, c. 1920

Becker

Becker Family, Adrian Becker family

Bicycle Ladies. 3 ladies posing by bicycles. 1891, Sauk City studio photo. L-R: Mrs. Richard Kuoni,

       Mrs. William Schorer, Mrs. Frank Little.

Binger & Post

Birds Eye PdS, Bird’s Eye View of Prairie du Sac across the river

Birds Eye Sauk Cty, 1908, view across river

Black Earth Store. John & Oscar & Mrs. Seamonson?

Boat House. Men are Gustav Naffz, Julius Cunradi on landlocked houseboat.

Boaters, ladies

Bohn House, on Monroe St., now Dollar Store parking lot.

Boys on Bridge, 1922

Brewery Interior 2.

Brewery Interior. With 4 men and barrels

Brewery, SC.

Bridge 2, men standing on bridge

Bridge, across Wisconsin River

Bridge at Lodde’s Mill, 1907

Bridge at Mill

Bridge Builders, partially built bridge

Bridge Collapse, SC, Oct. 20, 1902

Bridge Dedication 1, in 1922, parade

Bridge Dedication 10, in 1922, parade

Bridge Dedication 11, in 1922, parade

Bridge Dedication 12, in 1922, parade

Bridge Dedication 13, in 1922, parade

Bridge Dedication 14, in 1922, parade

Bridge Dedication 15, in 1922, parade

Bridge Dedication 16, in 1922, parade

Bridge Dedication 17, in 1922, parade

Bridge Dedication 18, in 1922, parade

Bridge Dedication 19

Bridge Dedication 2, in 1922, night photo

Bridge Dedication 3, in 1922, parade

Bridge Dedication 4, in 1922, parade

Bridge Dedication 5, in 1922, parade

Bridge Dedication 6, in 1922, parade

Bridge Dedication 7, in 1922, parade

Bridge Dedication 8, in 1922, parade

Bridge Dedication 9, in 1922, parade

Bridge Dedication Program 3

Bridge Dedication Program, document.

Bridge Dedication Program 2

Bridge, East end

Bridge Entry

Bridge Hwy 60, Near Sauk City, 1924

Bridge on Hwy 60

Bridge on Route 60, near Sauk City, 1924

Bridge over River, 3 men on bridge

Bridge Panorama

Briggs House

Broadway St PdS, c. 1906, homes

Brush Auto, belonging to Karberg, c. 1914

Buerki Residence 2.

Buerki Residence. Of J.E. Buerki

Buerki’s Models

Buro Home, J.J., now Ewald (Pete) Blum home

Cabin & Ladies

Cabin 2, man, woman, 2 girls

Cabin 3, 13 people

Cabin 4, nine ladies

Cabin, 4 people outside

Cabin 5, 2 ladies

Cabin 6, six ladies

Cabin 7

Cabin Hunters, two men hunters & a woman

“Camp Comfort”, people dressed up near cabin

Canning Factory, Sauk City, 1908, burned down in 1921

Car Show 1907, SC

Catholic Church, c. 1920, Madison Street, Sauk City

Catholic Church, SC

Catholic Domain, c. 1915

Catholic Parochial, school, 1960

Catholic School, Parochial, c. 1915

Celebration 1. Parade with flag

Celebration 2. Parade of kids.

Celebration 3. Woman giving speech.

Celebration 4. Two men.

Celebration 5. Man giving speech.

Cement Workers, SC, 1910

Church Group, c. 1900?

City Hall, formerly U.S. and later Curtis Hotel

City Hall-Library

Civil & Spanish Am War Vets

Civil War & SA Vets, Civil War and Spanish American War Veterans

Civil War Vets,

Clement House

Creek

Crusius Cottage, Teddy Crusis, cottage now razed.

Curtis Hotel

Cyclists, Adrian Becker, Christ Obrecht, Alex Noel. Formal pose in studio.

Deininger House, stood at corner where S.C. Standard is now

Depot PdS, Prairie du Sac, 1908

Depot, SC, 1907

Derleth & Friends

Derleth & Weissenborn 2, August Derleth with Architect, Leo Weissenborn

Derleth & Weissenborn, August Derleth with Architect, Leo Weissenborn

Derleth at Door

Derleth at Home

Derleth at Post Office

Derleth, August & Mark Schorer

Derleth, August 2, and Gunnar Johansen, Karl, Ganzlin, Ralph Marquardt

Derleth, August, and friends

Derleth Home, of August Derleth, Sauk City

Derleth House 2

Derleth House, new, Sauk City

Derleth in 1941

Derleth in Study, Sauk City

Derleth, William, Golden Wedding Anniversary, Oct. 1958

Dirt Street

Dodge, O’Connor, Gerhety. Thane “Tim” Dodge, Mike O’Connor, Jack Gerhety.

Dodge, Thane. Mr. & Mrs.

Down Town Sauk Cty, 1958

Dramatic Club, Sauk City Dramatic Club, Standing: Mrs. Emma Marquardt, Otto Reuter, Armin Buerki, Mrs. Eugenia Brunig, Elizabeth Roeser Kaul, Gustav von Grueningen, Mrs. Annie Schorer, August Marquardt, Irma Luchmund, James Mutch, Hedwig Reuter, Lena Meyer Crusius, John Peacock, Meta Meyer, Walter Hahn. Sitting: Mina Sass, Edwin Lachmund, Mrs. Selma Clement (Mrs. Joseph), Margaret Roeser, Ella Naffz, Helen Williams Smith, Nick Reuter.

Dramatic Club SC 1. Feb. 1904. Standing: Edgar Meyer, Meta Meyer, Frank Eiler, Edwin Lachmund.

       Seated: Mrs. August Marquardt, Hubert Woerth.

Dramatic Club SC 2. James Mutch, Irma Lachmund, Gustav Von Grueningen, August Marquardt,

      Miss Annie Schorer.

Dramatic Club SC 3. Play “Der Wirrwarr” [The Mess]. Held at Park Hall, April 5, 1905. Edgar Meyer,

       Frank Eiler, Mrs. Emma Marquardt, Hubert Woerth, Meta Meyer, August Marquardt, Irma

       Lachmund, Edwin Lachmund.

Dramatic Club SC 4. James Mutch, Irma Lachmund, August Marquardt, Gustav Von Grueningen,

      Mrs. Annie Schorer.

Draw Bridge PdS

Duck Hunters 1911

Duck Hunters 2

Eagle House, hotel, built 1888.

Easter Star Ceremony

Elator IV Boat, at Prairie du Sac, on its way to Dubuque, IA, from Oshkosh, WI where it was built, 1909

Ellen Hardy Boat, at Prairie du Sac, 1890

Family Auto

Fire Station, now museum

Fish Lake Camping, People, tents, horses.

Fish Lake Picnic, multitude of people

Fishermen 1910

Fishermen 2, Ewald Buro, Julius Cunradi, Dr. Fred Meyer

Fishermen in Boat

Fishermen, John Schmidhofer, M. Schmidhofer, Hub Woerth, small boy

Fishing off SC Bridge

Fishing Spot

Fisk Show Parade, Dode Fisk Show parade in Prairie du Sac, July 19, 1909

Fixing First Bridge, c. 1870-1880

Football Fans, Madison, 1910

Fox Hunters 1908. Nick Truckenbrodt, Casper Schlungbaum, Rollie Meyer, Louis Ziemke, Ralph Derleth.

Free Community Hall,  & Park, Sauk City, Aug. 24, 1884

Free Cong Unitarian, Fellowship, 1970

Free Cong. Hall, old, c. 1890

Friends, Ladies. Nine ladies

Froelich Residence, later Peter Ehl home

Front St, East side in 1860, Prairie du Sac

Front St PdS 2, East side of Front St., showing Clifton & Round Bluff across river in 1860

Ganzlin Home, William Ganzlin home, now 814 Madison St.

Ganzlin, Wm

Gasper & Kuoni. Nick Gasper & Doc Kuoni, beside truck. Sign on building: “Kuoni Poultry & Eggs”.

German Gentlemen. Caption in German.

German Postcard.

Goose Hunters, Doc Kuoni, Buff Von Wald, Charlie Heyl, Rollie Meyer

Grade School 2, SC, c. 1910, Josephine Merk, teacher

Grade School, SC, c. 1900

Graduates SC High 1910. Standing: James E. Phillip, Principal; Edgar Meyer, Josephine Merk, Teacher;

       August Sautauff, Ervin Von Wald. Seated: Flora Derleth Gartz, Minna Baumgarth (Mrs. Lawrence

       Keller), Mary Wuenth (Mrs. Robert Theile), Lina Truckenbrodt.

Grass-Premier 2, Dump truck. For Richland County Highway Department.

Grass-Premier 2, Fire truck. 1929, for Sauk City.

Grass-Premier 2, Leicht Tractors. For Leicht Co., Green Bay.

Grass-Premier 2, Wheeler Transp.

Grass-Premier 3, Dump truck, with aluminum body.

Grass-Premier 3, Fire truck. 1929, for Sauk City

Grass-Premier 4, Dump truck, with aluminum body.

Grass-Premier 5, Dump truck, with aluminum body.

Grass-Premier, Dual Drive, chassis

Grass-Premier, Dump truck. For Richland County Highway Department

Grass-Premier, fire truck. 1929, “Sauk County Area” , for Sauk City.

Grass-Premier, Gas Tanker. Dual drive, gasoline tanker for Fiore Co.

Grass-Premier, Leicht Tractors. For Leicht Co., Green Bay.

Grass-Premier, Line Truck. For Wis. Power & Light Co.

Grass-Premier, Proto Van. Prototype of cab over engine, 1934-1935

Grass-Premier, Refrig Truck.

Grass-Premier, Sleeper Tractor. With long wheelbase, with early sleeper cab.

Grass-Premier,  tractor with semi-trailer

Grass-Premier, Tractor 1932

Grass-Premier, Tractor 1934. Last conventional tractor built by Grass-Premier.

Grass-Premier, Tractors. In service with Northern Transportation Co. Tractor, far left is “International”.

Grass-Premier, Trash Hauler. For city of Madison.

Grass-Premier, Wheeler Transp.

Greetings PdS

Group Men. Gus Grueningen, Edwin Lachmund, Otto Reuter.

Group Men 2. Killian Derleth, Bernard Merkel, Peter Keller, William Dresen.

Happy 1896

Harness Shop

Heller Bldg, and Kirschner Meat Markec, c. 1917, parade

High School 2, SC, recess

High School 3, SC, new, 1917

High School 4, SC, new, 1917

High School PdS, Prairie du Sac, 1913

High School, SC, recess

High Water, 1911, people in boat and near bridge

High Water, 1922

High Water, 1951

Home & 3 people

Homecoming 1907, Sauk City

Homecoming 1922

Homecoming 2, 1907, Karberg “Brush” auto

Horses, for the A7 Ranch

Hotel Bar, in basement, 1902

Hotel Dining Rm

House & Snow

Huerth-Schaefer Auto, c. 1910

Hunters, Louis Ziemke, Walter Truckenbrodt, Leonard Schroeder, And. Schroeder, Ralph Derleth, Frank Schroeder.

Hussel & Meier Blacksmith, & Wagonmakers, 1938

Intermediate Grades 2, c. 1915

Intermediate Grades, SC, c. 1915

Jaeger, Conrad & Selina.

Johnson, Art, Dr., 1918, in soldier’s uniform

Just Wallpaper, G.G. Just Walpaper & Paper hanging store.

Kahn Foundry, c. 1910

Karberg Home, Louis Karberg home on left; Elsworth & Edith Huerth home on right

Karberg, W. Store

Kids 1912

Kids Parade 1912

Kirschner, Ernest. Mr. & Mrs.

Kuenn & Schlegelmilch Homes

Kuoni Bldg

Kuoni, Conrad & Arthur. Arthur is in military uniform.

Kuoni, Doc. Mr. & Mrs. With fish

Ladies 7, Front, seated: ?, Mrs. Ottilia Meyer. Back: ?, Mrs. Killian Derleth, Mrs. August F. Marquardt, Mrs. Schmitz (Mazomanie), Mrs. C. Kuoni

Ladies 1896. March 25, 1896. Julia Lampertius, Emma Truckenbrodt Kuoni, Emma Kuoni Littel,

      Annie Walser Schorer

Ladies Group 5. L-R, Top: Mrs. Richard Kuoni, Julia Lampertius. Center Row: Mrs. Frank Littel,

      Mrs. August Marquardt, ?. Front: Irma Lachmund.

Ladies Dress up, L-R, Top Row: Mrs. Myrtle Witwen, Billie Billings, Mrs. Mildred Keller, Mrs.

       Dorothy Leahy, Mrs. Ted Decot, ?, Miss Helen Merk, Mrs. Bixler, Mrs. Richard Kuoni, Mrs. Hart.

       Middle Row: Mrs. Edwin (Lillian) Lachmund, Mrs. Ernest Koenig, Mrs. Erna Johnson, Mrs. Clara

       Merkel, Mrs. Clara Binger, Mrs. Gertrude Koch, Mrs. Carl Lampertius, Mrs. Robert (Helen)

       Wright, Mrs. L. Sirny. Front: Miss Minnie Truckenbrodt, Mrs. Wm Schorer, Mrs. Irma Sherwood.

Ladies Group, 14 ladies

Ladies Group 2. L-R, Top: Minnie Truckenbrodt, Mrs. Stecker, Mrs. Jorges, Mrs. A.E. Marquardt, Mrs.

       Tillie Traub, Miss Helen Hahn. Front: Mrs. Ottilie Meyer (Meta’s Mother), Mrs. Max Ninman,

      Mrs. Otto Hahn.

Ladies Group 3. L-R, Top: Mrs. Robert Homeberger, Anna Schlungbaum, Mrs. Mathilda Mueller, Mrs.

       Von Hiddessen (Dr.), Mrs. Henry (Emma) Meyer, Mrs. Adrian Backer. Front: Mrs. Joseph (Kate)

       Schmidhofer, Mrs. Steidtmann, Mrs. Albert (Mary) Becker (Mrs. Albert Von Wald’s mother), Mrs.

       Louis Karberg, Mrs. Irma Spellmann, Mrs. Henry Clement.

Ladies Group 4. L-R, Top: ?, Mrs. Richard Kuoni, Mrs. Frank Littel, Mrs. Wm Schorer, Emmie Sheel,

       Linda Truckenbrodt (Sal.). Center: Meta Meyer, Mrs. Louis Bach, Mrs. A.E. (Emma) Marquardt,

       Minnie Truckenbrodt, Mrs. John (Pauline) Buerki. Front: Miss Julia Lampertius, ?, Mrs. Selma Clement.

Ladies in Forest, 8 ladies

Group, 5 ladies, 2 men

Ladies in Winter Garb. 5 ladies

Ladies on Porch, 6 ladies

Lalor, Dr., in Hupmobile

Lampertius & Bach. Julia Lampertius, Louis Bach.

Lampertius Home, now Rudy Zinz home on Jackson St.

Leinenkugel, Al

Light Plant, SC, 1908

Littel, Frank, Fish Lake

Little Home, Frank Little home, Phillips Blvd., Sauk City.

Local Girls, in auto

Lodde’s Mill Dam, 1912, 4 men seated on cross walk

Lover’s Lane, Sauk City, east end of bridge, 1908

Lueders, Augusta. 1936.

Lueders, Charlotte

Lueders, Herman

Lueders House 2, old fallen-down house

Lueders House, old fallen-down house

Lueders Sisters, Mr. Scheninger’s Garden, Kilbourn, 1933

Lutheran Church PdS, 1911

Madison Fire Brigade

Main St 1922

Main St Sauk Cty 5, c. 1918

Main St Sauk Cty 4, c. 1916

Main St Sauk Cty 7, c. 1910

Main St Sauk Cty 2, c. 1915

Main St Sauk Cty 8, c. 1918

Main St Sauk Cty 1924

Main St Sauk Cty, c. 1910

Main St Sauk Cty 3, c. 1905

Main St, SC, cars with banners advertising Sauk County Fair

Main Street PdS, Aug. 12, 1906

Main Street Sauk Cty 6, 1924

Marquardt Drugs, A.E. Marquardt, 1911,Water St in Winter, SC

McFarlane Home, James McFarlane, originally Nebel grist mill, then a brewery.

Men by Bridge 2, 3 men

Men by Bridge, 3 men

Men by River, 3 men

Men July 4. 1900, seated at table, drinking

Men’s Group. L-R, Top: ?, Cherry (Eddie) Wilkerson, ?, ?. 2nd Row: Gus Stadelman, Joe Brilliot, Jack

       Hahn, ?, ?, Rollie Meyer, Frank Littel, ?,?,?, Frank Geier, Henry Naffz. 3rd Row: Walter (Nick)

       Truckenbrodt, ?, ?, ?, John Schmidhofer, ?, ?, ?. 4th Row: Ted Huerth, Dr. Kuoni, Max Schmidhofer,

       Fritz Hussel, Martin Schmidhofer, Charles Brunining, A.E. “Buff” Von Wald, Willie Rief. 5th Row:

       Charlie Sladek, Joe “Sepp” Schmidhofer.

Merkel Family, Ben, Bernard, Clara

Meta Meyer

Meta Meyer 2

Meta Meyer 3

Meta Meyer 4, 1911

Meta Meyer 5

Meta Meyer 6, 1935

Methodist Church, later Sauk Prairie Lumber, here Dresen Bros. Twin City Contractors & Mfgrs.

Meyer, Edgar & Meta 2, on dirt road near bridge

Meyer, Edgar & Meta, high water

Meyer, Edgar, and friend in a car

Meyer, Meta, & Annie Schorer

Meyer, Meta 2

Mill Bluff

Mill Bluff Store, on Hwy 60, near Sauk City, 1928

Mill Bluff Store 2, on Hwy 60 near Sauk City

Mill Dam 2

Mill Dam at Mill Bluff, at store, 1928

Mill Dam, Sauk City

Models

Models 1910

Models 3, ladies

Mosquito Island, or Otto’s Island, Sauk City, 1908

Naffz Drug Store, Gustav Naffz, now Witwens

New Bank. Opening. J.E.-O.R. & Miss Littlel (Oscar Buerke - Edna Littel Coenen, ?, ?, ?, John Buerke.)

New Curtis Hotel, SC, c. 1908

Ninman, Charlie, c. 1913, with a fish

Pageant 1. Social Center Pageant, Sauk City Park, Oct. 3, 1914. Directed by Ethel Rockwell, assisted by Zona Gale.

Pageant 2. Social Center Pageant, Sauk City Park, Oct. 3, 1914. Directed by Ethel Rockwell, assisted by Zona Gale.

Pageant 3. Social Center Pageant, Sauk City Park, Oct. 3, 1914. Directed by Ethel Rockwell, assisted by Zona Gale.

Pageant 4. Social Center Pageant, Sauk City Park, Oct. 3, 1914. Directed by Ethel Rockwell, assisted by Zona Gale.

Pageant 5. Social Center Pageant, Sauk City Park, Oct. 3, 1914. Directed by Ethel Rockwell, assisted by Zona Gale.

Pageant 6. Social Center Pageant, Sauk City Park, Oct. 3, 1914. Directed by Ethel Rockwell, assisted by Zona Gale.

Pageant 7. Social Center Pageant, Sauk City Park, Oct. 3, 1914. Directed by Ethel Rockwell, assisted by Zona Gale.

Pageant 8. Social Center Pageant, Sauk City Park, Oct. 3, 1914. Directed by Ethel Rockwell, assisted by Zona Gale.

Pageant 9. Social Center Pageant, Sauk City Park, Oct. 3, 1914. Directed by Ethel Rockwell, assisted by Zona Gale.

Pageant 10. Social Center Pageant, Sauk City Park, Oct. 3, 1914. Directed by Ethel Rockwell, assisted by Zona Gale.

Pageant 11. Social Center Pageant, Sauk City Park, Oct. 3, 1914. Directed by Ethel Rockwell, assisted by Zona Gale.

Pageant 12. Social Center Pageant, Sauk City Park, Oct. 3, 1914. Directed by Ethel Rockwell, assisted by Zona Gale.

Pageant 13. Social Center Pageant, Sauk City Park, Oct. 3, 1914. Directed by Ethel Rockwell, assisted by Zona Gale.

Pageant 15. Social Center Pageant, Sauk City Park, Oct. 3, 1914. Directed by Ethel Rockwell, assisted by Zona Gale.

Parade 1, Homecoming parade 1907

Parade 2, Homecoming parade 1907

Parade 3, Homecoming parade 1907

Parade 4, Homecoming parade 1907

Parade 5, Homecoming parade 1907

Parade 6, stores are Buerki’s Fashion Center; Hahn and Rischmueller & Meyer store

Parade 7, possibly new bridge opening

Parade, SC

Park Ave PdS 2, west side

Park Ave PdS, homes

Park Hall. Group of people standing in front.

Party

People in Ladder, Richard Merkel, Josephine Merkel, Sal Truckenbrodt, Herman Merkel, Ann Krause, Meta Meyer, Ewald Buro.

Phillip, Emanuel, Governor

Phillips Blvd, looking west from bridge corner, c. 1901

Picnic 2

Picnic, Men. In woods.

Picnic, Tom Strobel, Tony Huerth, Rollie Meyer, Buff Von Wald, Ted Huerth, Harlow Von Wald

Picnickers on Bridge

Pioneer Descendants. Descendants of pioneers and friends at the Homecoming at Sauk City, Aug. 18,1922: L-R, Row 1: 1. William Kahn, 2. J.C. Weissernborn, 3.?, 4. Dr. Edwin Naffz, 5. John Accola, 6. Liebrand Kirschner, 7. Barnhard Merkel, 8. C.O. Baxter, 9. Julius Conradi, 10. Tekla Naffz, 11. Eugenie Brunig, 12. Ella Naffz, 13. Mathilde Tausend Urech, 14. Helen Merk, 15. Anna Grotophorst Ferber, 16. Henry Adolph Ochsner, 17. Kilian Derleth, 18. Charles Naffz, 19. Emil Tausend, 20. Mrs. Emil Tausend, 21. Carl Spiehr, 22. Jos. Dresen, 23. Helen Hahn, 24. Alice Lachmund (Baxter), 25. Frieda Urech Mayenschein, 26. Nancy Wasley Culver. 2nd Row from left: 27. Rae Weissenborn, 28. Irma Lachmund (Halasz), 29. Adele Schumm, 30. Carrie Hoefer Fischer, 31. Anna Tarnutzer Ragatz, 32. Adelheid Brecht Krause, 33. Mrs. Brecht Wechselberg, 34. Fannie Baxter Lachmund, 35. Ellen Baxter, 36. Genoveva Damm Derieth, 37, Dora Schneller Schlenk, Sr., 38. Marie Damm Halbleib, 39. Louise Schlungbaum Lohmar, 40. Rosa Tausend Scherer, 41. Bertha Luenig Kohlsaat, 42. Louise Spiehr Weissenborn, 43. Emma Rendtorff Krueger, 44. Bertha Clas Grotophorst, 45. Louis Clas, 46. Larry Gattiker, 48. Mrs. Busher?, 49. Mrs. Wallaner?, 50. Bertha Ochsner, 51.?, 52. Ernest Weissenborn. 3rd Row from left: 53. Mrs. Liebrad Kirschner, 54. Auguste Lueders, 55. Emma Heller Schumm, 56. Pauline Werner Lampertius, 57. Lizzie Veidt Merkel, 58. Susan Derleth Janeck, 59. Adrian Becker, 60. Conrad Kuoni, 61. Alex Ferber, 62. Otto Stadelman, 63. Rose Trautmann, 64. Julie Tausend, 65. Louise Luenig Carl, 66. Julie Heller Rendtorff, 67. Louise Kessler Just, 68. George Just, 69. August Derleth, 70. Casper Accola, 71. Dr. Albert Ochsner, 72. Mrs. Marion Oschner (wife of Dr. Albert Ochsner), 73. Casper Kalscheidt, 74. ? Gattike, 75. ? Pfannestiehl. Front row, 2 children: 76. Beatrice Weissenborn, 77. Richard Wiessenborn.

Pioneer Press, printing shop

Pioneer Women, Mrs. Charles Naffz Sr., Mrs. Crusius, Mrs. Dora Kaun, Mrs. Matilda Mueller,

      Mrs. Ottilia Meyer, Mrs. Joseph Schmidhoffer, Mrs. Lang, Mrs. Mina Cunradi.

Naffz Family, celebration of 60th wedding anniversary of Mr. & Mrs. Charles Naffz, Sr. 1. ?, 2.Ottilia Meyer, 3. Mrs. Hy Schneider, 4. Mrs. Jos. Schmidhofer, 5. Mrs. Frederick Post. 6. Mrs. Emma Marquardt, 7. Emmie Scheel, 8. Mrs. Elsie Sprecher, 9. Otto Naffz, 10. Mrs. Lillian Cunradi, 11. Julius Cunradi, 12. Louis Naffz, 13. Francis Naffz, 14.?, 15. Mrs. Schroeder, 16. Victor Naffz, 17. Kitty (or Ritty) Garrity, 18. ?, 19. Mrs. Dora Kuoni, 20. ?, 21.?, 22. Dr. Edwin Naffz, 23. Mrs. Eugene Naffz Brunig, 24. Gustav Naffz, 25. Ella Naffz, 26. Charles Naffz, 27. Theckla Naffz, 28. Carl Naffz, 29.?, 30. Mrs. Martha Cunradi (Julius), 31. Henry Naffz, 32. Mrs. Chas. Naffz, 33. Mrs. Mary Marquardt, 34. Mrs. Hermena Koss, 35. Richard Weissenborn, 36. Mrs. Ottillia (Dr.), 37. Mrs. Charles Naffz, 38. ?, 39. Charles Naffz, 40. Mrs. Minna Cunradi, 41. ?, 42. ?, 43. Ena Naffz Schumacher, 44. Fanny Naffz Post, 45. Alice Naffz, 46. ?, 47. ?, 48. ?, 49. Ralph Marquardt, 50. Edna Marquardt Koenig, 51. Waldo Sprecher, 52. ?, 53. ?, 54. Herbert Brunig, 55. Paul Brunig.

Place of Hawks

Play, Hamlet?

Plowing, near Sauk City, Steuber farm in 1905

Pomplitz

Post Office Moving, c. 1920

Post Office, old post office Sauk City, decorated with flags and patriotic bunting.

Post Office, SC Interior, 1920

Post Office, SC

Postmaster Ninman. Sauk City. Max Ninman; George Fuchs, rural Carrier; Andrew Tarnutzer.

Power Plant, Municipal electrical plant in Sauk City

Prairie St PdS, Looking east. Homes.

Primary School, 1917. First High School

Public School, SC, 1915. 4th, 5th, 6th grades. Teacher, Louise Smith. Front: Arthur Miller, Harlow Von Wald, George Rischmueller, Ben Thiede, ____ Buckley, Charles Ninman, Harry Hicks, William Schorer. Second Row: Clifford Schumacher, Casper Kahn, Oscar Becker, Ralph Marquardt, Arthur Schumacher, “Butts” Madding, Edward Monn. Third Row: Peter Schermang, Beatrice Von Wald, Jeanette Haggerson, Hazel Haggerson, ____ Reuter, ?, Dorothy Littel, Lowell Meyer. Back Row: Esther Lueth, ?, Clara Buchenau, Ruth Haberman, Ilene Ziemke, Margaret Barton, Lydia Haberman.

Pumping Water, men in wagon on river shore pumping water into wagon.

Red Cross Play. Back: Bill Schorer Jr., ?, Orrin “Jiggers” Bisbee, Laura Cooper, ?, Gerry Reuter, ?, Ray Brilliott. Kneeling: ?, Florian Reuter, Ted Curtis, Clarence Reuter, Roland Bach, Mark Bach. Sitting: R. Marquardt, Gordon Rischmueller, ?, Ferdinand Henning.

Reformed Church 2, Evangelical, c. 1925

Reformed Church Rectory, Sauk City, c. 1900

Reformed Church, Sauk City, c. 1900\

Reible Corner Saloon,

Reuter, Leonard. In soldier uniform

Rischmueller& Fuchs Store, P.J.R. Post Hardware

River, Down river from Round Bluff, Prairie du Sac

Riverside Tavern, now Green Acres

Roberts, Mrs., friend of Meta Meyer, 1917

Roeser’s Mules, Cap Roeser

Roller Coaster, White City Park, Oshkosh, WI

Romie’s Dinette, c. 1948

Roxbury Catholic Church,

Sauk Bank

Sauk City Hotel, under construction, 1888

SC Bridge, from Roxbury side, c. 1870-1880

Schadde Photography, building

Schlegelmilch Home, on Franklin Street, old home

Schlungbaum’s Band, Max Ninman, Gustav Kahn; Front: Alma Schlungbaum Diehl, Casper Accola, Chas. Schlungbaum, Dir. Chas. Haberman, Casper Schlungbaum.

Schnieder Home 2, now parking lot on John Adams St.

Schnieder Home, Lillian Schnieder, originally Louis Crusius home.

School Kids. Outside a school for a photo.

School Picnic Parade, June 1906

Schroeder, Sam. Jan. 15, 1939. Temp. is -15 degrees.

Schroeder, Theo. Playing cards with wife?, 1903

Schwenker Harness Shop, Hugo Schwenker, 1938

Schwenker Home, Mina

Shack

Sladek’s Boat

South Water St, c. 1908

SP Hist Soc Museum, originally home of Otto Hahn

Spiehn Home, of Christopher Spiehn,

Stadelmann Home, 413 Van Buren St., (Civil War Vet)

State Bank 1917

Steamer Grand, at Prairie du Sac, on way from Menominee, MI, to Little Rock, AK, May 18, 1909

Stock Day 1908, Water St.

Stock Day 2, Water St, c. 1908

Street 1907

Street 1908

Street 1917

Street 1970

Street, c. 1906

Street Car PdS, on Main Street, Prairie du Sac (gag photo)

Street Scene

Street Scene 1908

Street Scene 2, c. early 1900's

Street Scene Sauk Cty 2, c. 1940

Street Scene Sauk Cty 3, 1909

Street Scene Sauk Cty, c. 1909

Street Scene Sauk Cty, c. 1940

Street Scene Sauk Cty 1909

Streetcar Sauk Cty 2, gag photo, 1905

Streetcar Sauk Cty, “Promoter’s Dream”, gag postcard.

Summer Picnic 1910, in Sauk City

Sunday Afternoon

Sunday Afternoon 2

Sunday Afternoon 3

Superior-Roadmaster, 1935. Tractor with 88" wheel base

Superior-Roadmaster 2, 1935. Long wheelbase chassis.

Superior-Roadmaster, Asphalt Truck. For Wis. Dells Contractor

Superior-Roadmaster, Dump truck. 1935-1936, 88" wheelbase

Superior-Roadmaster, Penn RR. Pennsylvania Railroad, Chicago, 1935.

Superior-Roadmaster, Wellett. For Wellett Reliable, powered by Ford V-8

Tambourine Ladies. 5 ladies with tambourines in studio photo. L-R: Anna Walker, Julia Lampertus?,

       Julia Ferber, Emma Truckenbrodt, Emma Kuoni.

Tank Wagon, sign on wagon: “Ride to Health on Kouni-Spellman’s Tank Wagon”

Three Ladies, Emmie Scheel, Lottie Hicks, Elsie Von Wald.

Threshing 2, threshing machine and steam engine.

Threshing, c. 1912, threshing machine and steam engine.

Toll Bridge PdS

Toll Bridge, SC, 1911

Toll House & Bridge, Prairie du Sac

Tree Sitting, two couples in a tree

Truckenbrodt Home,

Union Band Concert. SC, May 9, 1930. 1. Vera McLean, 2. William Piernot, 3. Cliff Pulvermacher,

      4. Ralph Reusch, 5. Erna Dettman, 6. Pauline Littel, 7. Viola Reible, 8. Agnes Ellen Sprattler,

      9. Helen Walenta, 10. Carl Lachmund, 11. Al Semrad, 12. Anna Weynand, 13. Marvin Bongard,

      14. Calvin Schorer, 15. Helen Lettel, 16. Ellen Lettel, 17. Bertha Schorer, 18. Ervin Ballweg,

      19. Maxine Montgomery, 20. Bruce Montgomery, 21. Don Laughnan, 22. Helen Buerki, 23. Luella

       Cork, 24. Marvin Greiber, 25. Bernadetta O’Connor, 26. Joe Theisen, 27. Norman Leinenkugel,

      28. Harold Decot, 29. Director, John Mael, 30. Victor Wyttenbach, 31. Marie Buerki, 32.

      Bob McFarlane, 33. Allen “Pat” Hahn.

U.S. Hotel, Living Quarters

US Hotel

US Hotel 3

Utility Bldg, SC

Veterans

VFW Members, group of men

Von Wald, Florence

Walking Parade

War Memorial Marker, of 2 world wars at bridge entrance in Sauk City

Water St 1904, Kirschner house

Water St 1910, Post Office, Schlungbaum Harness shop, Schoenfeld Candy store on left,

Water St North 1890, from Jackson St.,

Water St North, 1959

Water St PdS 3, homes

Water St PdS, looking south, Commercial House

Water St Sauk Cty 2, north, 1959

Water St Sauk Cty, 1922

Water St Sauk Cty, c. 1905

Water Street PdS, July 31, 1907, sign: “Welcome to Our Homecoming”.

Water Street PdS 2, looking north on Water Street, Prairie du Sac, 1907.

Weiler Store, of John Weiler, c. 1906

West Baraboo Rd, c. 1910

Willena Boat

Wing Dam, c. 1880

Wings Over SC, composite with airplane

Winneconne Steamboat, on last trip going South, 1910

Winter Scene Sauk Cty, c. 1900

Winter Street

Wright’s Valley Cottage, July 28 to August 3, 1898. Young people playing cards.

Wright’s Valley, east of Sauk City, 1907

Young Ladies. Seven