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Ca. 1900: A. G. Koch Store on Main Street (Augie Bilgo)
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Ca. 1900: Looking west on Main Street from the railroad tracks (Augie Bilgo)
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Ca. 1900:
Sawmill on the Milwaukee River. The Bilgo barn is in the background. (Augie Bilgo)
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Ca. 1900: The original part of Kewaskum, looking east on Main Street (Augie Bilgo)
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Ca. 1900: Ice house on east side of river at the dam (Augie Bilgo)
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Ca. 1900: Sawmill on west side of river at dam (Augie Bilgo)
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Ca. 1900: The dam just north of Main Street (Augie Bilgo)
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Ca. 1900: Northside Park dance hall (Augie Bilgo)
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Ca. 1900: Northside Park dining hall (Augie Bilgo)
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1905: Groundbreaking at Holy Trinity Catholic Church on Main Street (Augie Bilgo)
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1910: Main Street bridge over Milwaukee River (Augie Bilgo)
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1920's: Schaefer Garage crew--Foxy Dreher, Bill Eberle, John S., Frank Krueger, Shorty Schaefer (Augie Bilgo)
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1920's: Schaefer's Garage on Parkview Drive (Augie Bilgo)
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1922: Installing sewer and water lines on Main Street (Augie Bilgo
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1924: Blacksmith shop beyond flooding Milwaukee River, August 4 (James Andre family)
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1925: Final work on the new Kewaskum High School (James Andre Family)
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1927: Just married couple and cohorts pose in front of Kewaskum
Bank, June 1.
(James Andre Family)
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1929: Promotion in front of Lay Lumber, September 26 (James Andre Family)
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1930: Eberle's Tavern on Main Street (Augie Bilgo)
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1930: Bowling at Eberle's Tavern on Main Street (Augie Bilgo)
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Honeck Chevrolet customers pose for photo (Augie Bilgo)
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1937: Henry Opperman's new tracktor at A. G. Koch Implement (Augie Bilgo)
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1938: The Chicago & North Western depot on Main Street and Railroad Street (Tiny Terlinden)
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1938: Grandview Luncheon and Tavern (Tiny Terlinden)
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1938: Kewaskum High School (Tiny Terlinden)
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1938: Marx's IGA store on Main Street west of the railroad tracks (Tiny Terlinden)
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1938: Rosenheimer's Department Store on Fond Du Lac Avenue (Tiny Terlinden)
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1938: Perschbacher Garage on Fond du Lac Avenue (Tiny Terlinden)
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1938: The original Village Hall (Tiny Terlinden)
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1938: Kewaskum Aluminum Company (Tiny Terlinden)
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1938: Rosenheimer's Malt House (Tiny Terlinden)
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1940: Watching Fireman's parade in front of the Grandview, July 14 (Tiny Terlinden)
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1941: Elmer Yoost Meat Market on Fond du Lac Avenue (Tiny Terlinden)
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1942: Miller's new furniture store, rebuilt after January fire (Tiny Terlinden)
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1949: Kewaskum Theater on Fond du Lac Avenue south of Main Street (Tiny Terlinden)
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1950's: Schultz's Restaurant, later Campbell's Village Inn (Augie Bilgo)


Last updated 5/28/2000 This site is part of an ongoing project to document the history of the village of Kewaskum. If you have information to share, please contact Bob Schuster by email at rmschust@facstaff.wisc.edu or at 6020 Kristi Circle, Monona, Wisconsin 53716, (608) 221-1421.