New Bremen Historic Association

Complete Index of Photos

This is the complete photo index of photos copied from the green albums and follow the order they were in the albums with streets being named first. The pictures are not in chronological order in many cases, but the exact dates were added when known, as well as the people pictured when known.

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Main Street Photos Book

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1. SE corner of Main and Monroe St. in 1870's and 1929

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1a. SE corner of Main and Monroe St. in 1870's and 1929

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2. Looking north, from Monroe St., with the Western Ohio Railway car approaching. The WO Railway was in operation from 1902 to 1932. Early 1900's photo. 141-791040-KC

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3. Hotel French at 24 N. Main St. at corner of 1st. Street Early 1900 photo.

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4. Hotel French drawing (Crown laundry building - 2040)

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5. Building just north of the former IGA site on N. Main, west side w/ Oliver Solms

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6. Northern Fire Department and Schwepe's Saloon, orginally Laut and/or Dilger building.

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7. Fire Department (now Post office) 53-75-185K

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8. City park with bandstand & cannon, from 1910 postcard

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9. Tomhafe restaurant and grocery 615-10-11038

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10. Herman Heinfeld furniture on North Franklin St.

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11. Plow shop on South Washington St.

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12. City Park, east of St. Paul's Church 1900's

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13. City Park, east of St. Paul's Church 1900's

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14. City Park, east of St. Paul's Church 1900's

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15. City Park, east of St. Paul's Church 1900's

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16. Construction crew for ?

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17. Luelleman House with Anna & Alvina in early 1900's 786-10-10760

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18. August Schneider & Henry Wiegman at barrel shop in 1898

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19. & 19a John Schwabero Tailor Shop @ 21 N. Main St.

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20. Main Street view in the 1980's

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21. Home Furniture Store 1950's - 60's

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22. Home Furniture Store 1950's - 60's

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23. Home Furniture Store 1970's

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24. Northeast corner of Monroe and North Franklin Street – 1970's - Dr. Rabe's office

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24a, b Dr. Michael Rabe

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25. Post Office and Bank in 1970's

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26. Walter Behm

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27. Sun Printing Company early 1900's 00-83-1000

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28. Fridolin Purpus, Emil Conradi, ? ,Otto Schneider, 195-77-1538

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29. Ruth Wittenbrink (Mrs. Ed Schunk), Carl Schrage, Led Sunderman

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30. NB Sun w/A.C. Buss, Walter Buss, and Frank Boesel

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31. NB Sun building built in 1892

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32. NB water plant 1930's 790-09-2080D

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33. NB water plant 1930's

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34. Bridge Plaques

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35. Early gas utility bill of 1898 387-99-2080D

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36. NB Bridge Company in 1917 on South Herman, building became part of Stamco

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37. NB Bridge Company employees

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38. NB Bridge Company bridge example

Monroe Street Photos Book

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39. Boesel & Kunning store at Main & Monroe in 1904

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39a. same store 1940's

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40. NW corner of Monroe and Washington St. with Rairdon barn in 1930's

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42. SW corner of Main & Monroe streets – Dr. Fledderjohann office

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43. Monroe Street from canal looking to the west, with brick street 84-76-41IK, 141-77-1040K

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44. Same view only earlier with streets not paved 53-75-179K

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45. Monroe street looking east from Main street

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46. Corner of Monroe and Washington Street

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47. Southside of Monroe St. - Schulenberg - Laut Building - early 1900's

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48. Northwest corner of Monroe and Washington street 1920's

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49. Same view, only later in 1930's 121-76-787M

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50. along canal

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51. August “Peanuts” Dierker tin shop near canal ?

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52. August “Peanuts” Dierker tin shop near canal

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53. August “Peanuts” Dierker tin shop near canal 182-80-1413

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54. Wissman tin shop 212-80-1413

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55. A closer view w/ Wyen? & Irwin Wissman on right - late 1920's

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56. Vernita Koeper Hickerson at the Sun Printing Office in 1954

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57. Sun Printing Co. at 1st. and Walnut St. 00-83-1000

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58. Sun Printing Co. 1959

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59. Sun Printing Co. 1954 w/ Eugene Bielefeld & Carl Schrage

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60. Sun Printing Co. 1960 with Eugene Bielefeld on right 00-83-1000

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61. Looking east down Monroe Street from Main

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62. G. Boesel Millinery Store and Enterprise Grocery, at 103 W. Monroe St. Building on right was moved to rear of lot in 1898. Site then became brick Schawberow store.

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63. Hollingsworth Hotel & the formal opening of Annex in 1945

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64. Hollingsworth Hotel Laut pool room addition with Whitey & JoAnn Schell

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65. Hollingsworth Hotel Jimmie Schnell (1925-1996) in late 60's or early 70's

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66. NW corner of Main & Monroe St. NB Sun bldg. early 1900's

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66a NW corner of Main & Monroe St. Purpus General Store 1890's

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67. Lift bridge on Monroe street 106-77-11321K

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68. Smiths 5 & 10 cents store 1928 w/ Hulda Wiehe & Corrine Scheer Dicke

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69. Smiths 5 & 10 cents store 1928 w/Paul Kettler, Grace Scheer, Majorie Havemann Jung,

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70. close up Lorina Isenberger, & Mrs. Atalia Schwaberow

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71. Schwaberow Store late 1890's

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73. Henry Mader, drayman with mules in front of Mueller Brothers store

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74. WO Railway station on Monroe in 1910

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75. Boesel Opera House

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76. Play ad 1904

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77. Play at opera house in early 1900's

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78. High School play at opera house in early 1900's

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79. Play at opera house with class of 1939 485-05-2187

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80. Ed Purpus Toy & Fancy Store at corner of Main & Monroe St.- before 1892

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81. Hardware, Groceries - W. Rabe w/ August Schroeder & Arthur Finke

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82. Opera House/American Legion Home 1975

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83. Service station on SW corner of Monroe & Main St. 1930's ?

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84. Bank of Boesel Brothers and Jacob Boesel home

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85. Charles Boesel home SE corner of Main & Monroe St.

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86. SE corner of Monroe & Main St. in the 1970's

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88. Car with Boesel Bank in background 562-03-2295-2

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89. SW corner of Monroe & Main before 1929 – Dr. Fledderjohann's Office

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90. Western Ohio Railway wreck – two killed July 1909

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91. Western Ohio Railway wreck

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92. Winter scene looking west

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94. Rathbone Lodge #543 K of P 1890's 00-84-1698J

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95. Parade at lift bridge on Monroe St. early 1900's

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96. NE corner of Monroe & Walnut St. - in 1937 with Virgil Horn, owner

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97. Advance Auto building – prior to 1948

Washington Street Photos Book

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100. Dierker building natural gas explosion on January 26, 1905

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101. Dierker building 174-78-1078

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102. Dierker building 213-01-1454

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103. Dierker building 446-01-2148

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104. Butchering by the canal

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105. Heil & Schnieder Tin Shop 1888

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106. Washington street looking south from Monroe, after 1920 424-01-2626B

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107. East side of street in the 1930's

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108. Removing building in 1960's 13-83-1633J

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109. Fire Department building at 1897 dedication 701-07-3759

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109a. Fire Department building

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110. Fire Department in 1914 with raised bell tower for better sound dispersion

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111. Looking towards the south in 1920's The Mills Brothers (singing group from Piqua came weekly to mills and then had dinner at Wint's.

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113. Washington street on east side early 1900's 144-81-1483

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114. The same view with paved street

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115. The Arcade department store after 1903

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116. A colored post card of the Arcade store 121=77=1036K

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117. Arcade store front in 1890's with mud street “ “

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118. ?

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119. Elk Cafe with Fred Kamman @ 24 S. Washington, which later became Wints

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120. Inside the Elk Cafe in 1918 with Fred Kamman

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121. Wint's Bar with Ferd Wint 00-83-1000

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122. Wint's Bar with Ferd “Curly” Wint, Albert Knost and Mickey Laut

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123. Kuenzel Mills and wooden Lock I, before 1908

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123a. Kuenzel Mills and concrete Lock I, before 1920 786-10-11113

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124. Kuenzel Mills with silo erected, taken after 1920

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125. 1930's street scene

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126. & 126a SOHIO station on SW corner of Washington & Monroe streets

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127. Ralph May (1892-1981) on donkey in early 1900's

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128. Looking south on Washington street from north of Monroe street in 1960's

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129. Kuenzel Mill area in 1959 – present library site

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130. Inside Arcade in early 1900's

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131. Mill employees in 1908-1910

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132. Listing of names of employees in previous photo

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133. Demolition of mill in 1968 732-08-9432P18

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134. Demolition of mill P19

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135. Demolition of mill P16

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136. Demolition of mill P17

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137. Washington street in October of 1936

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138. Inside the mill

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139. Inside the mill

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140. New Bremen blankets with Pearl Burkhart

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141. New Bremen blankets

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142. Mill in May 1959

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143. 1933 Centennial Parade

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144. 1933 Centennial Parade

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145. 1933 Centennial Parade

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146. 1930's Washington street carnival

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147. Arcade area at night 723-08-3956A

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148. Arcade area with new water tower being constructed 723-08-3956A6

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149. Looking south from mill in 1924 121-76-785L

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150. Looking south from mill some years later 121-76-790M

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151. Mill in canal reflection

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152. Grover “Dooley” Wissman – center- in his shop

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153. An advertisement for shop

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154. Drug store in the 1920's 13-83-1633H

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155. Washington street looking north 585-04-2541J

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156. Washington & Monroe corner with Rairdon's barn

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157. Rabe Lumber Company 1910 13-83-1633D

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157a Rabe Lumber fire in 1910 786-10-11075

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158. Rabe Lumber before 1900 13-83-1368C

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159. Early Dicke Service Station in the 1940's

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160. Theodore Rabe's Cheap Store 132-77-918

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161. Inside the Arcade early 1900's 244-83-1644

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161a. A receipt from the Arcade in 1914

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162. Rabe's store with Theodore Rabe behind counter

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163. A close up of Rabe's store employees with Joe Klanke and Wm. Rabe behind

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164. Crown main office over old Arcade in 1980's

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165. Crown former antenna rotor plant in the 1970's, formerly Rabe Hardware Store

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166. Crown inside rotor plant

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167. Crown lift truck brochure

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168. a, b & c. New Bremen School, built march 1929 to December 1930

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169. a & b. Dedication 1930

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169c. 1933 parade with Oscar Dammeyer, Karl Block & Oscar Lutterbeck

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170. Rabe Lumber Co. 786-10-11071

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171. Rabe Lumber Co. 11102

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172. Rabe Manufacturing Company

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173. Early canal view, looking south from Lock I in 1912 “ 11118

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174. High School on Walnut street in 1932

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175. View from St. Pauls looking south - circa 1900

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176. Canal high water in 1937 “ 11117

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177. Flooding in 1913 “ 11060

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178. Friedrich (Fred) Kettler's sawmill, located at Lock 3 “ 11069

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179 Livery building at ? “ 11089

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180. Water wagon to control dust on streets in early 1900's “ 11122

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181. Fred Ende's Jewelry Store “ 11074

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182. Star delivery wagon “ 11157

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183. Dr. Mathew Simpson Ekermeyer 1860 - 1919 “ 11148

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184. Getting ball diamond ready at Tri-County Fairgrounds “ 11061

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185. Fall Festival Parade of 1936 “ 11065

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186. Fall Festival Parade 11140

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187. Fall Festival Parade with rug shop from the Arcade “ 11073

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187a.Fall Festival Parade Broom factory float

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188. Fall Festival Parade Meadow Gold – 50 years of service 786-10-11155

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189. Fall FeFall Festival Parade crossing canal bridge going east “ 11067

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191. Fall Festival Parade Gast & Zahn 786-10-11078

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192. Earlier parades 11144

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193. Earlier parades from lift bridge 11064

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194. Earlier parades 11064B

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195. New fire engine in 1926 - first motorized vehicle 11081

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196. Old Northern fire engine pumper of 1887 era 11080

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197. Monroe street looking west from cana 11151

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198. Monroe street looking east 1930's - 11082

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199. Canal looking north at Lock I – after 1904 “ 11120

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200. Tall pile of horseshoes at blacksmith shop of ? - 11983

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201. Kunning building with Friemering's warehouse in 1970's - 11106

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202. Schroeder hardware Store with Carmen Hirschfeld, Harry Schroeder (in suit), Julie Fark and ? Poppe “ 11092

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203. Clarence “Molly” Wehrman, Chief of Police 1939-1959 - Clarence “Molly” Wehrman, Chief of Police 1939-1959

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204. White Mountain Creamery around 1915 11116

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205. Baseball boys 11143

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206. & 206a Case motor car/truck in 1910 11152

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207. Lock Two Mills delivery truck. Theodore Doenges drove 1st truck 11063

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208. Man with Case? car 11066

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209. School kids with teacher Nettie Loy in 1930's 11150

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210. Auglaize Furniture Company 11094

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211, 211a & b Klanke Furniture employees - in business 1880-1913 11093

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212. S. Washington street – looking north in front of Rabe's lumber 11153

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213. Man & son in carriage in early 1900's 11086

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214. Lock Two - Garmhausen's store 1970's 786-10-11099

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215. Lock Two Mills – tearing down wood buildings in 1980-90's 11072A

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216. Lock Two Mills 11072B

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217. Adding to rear of Crown office building in 1980's 11112A

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218. Adding to rear of Crown office building in 1980's 11112B

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219. South Washington street 1980's 11109A

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220. South Washington street removing buildings in 1960's 11109C

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221. South Washington street 11108B

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222. St. Paul's Church with parsonage built in 1909 11126

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223. St. Paul's Church with parsonage built in 1909 11077

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223a. St. Paul's Church with parsonage built in 1909

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224. Early NB church, maybe St. Paul 11103

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225. WW I fund raising event at Opera House in 1917-8 11076

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226. South Walnut near 1929 school in early 1900's 11087

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227. South Walnut near 1929 school in early 1900's

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228. Reconstruction of settler's cabin on Plum St. in 1990's 11142

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229. Reconstruction of settler's cabin on Plum St. 11107B

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230. Reconstruction of settler's cabin on Plum St. 11107A

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231. Looking south from Lock I to former pool area 11114

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232. Looking west to Lion's Club Park 11115

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233. “ “ from Route 66 & 274 junction 11131

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234. Construction at Marathon station at 66 & 274 11129

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235. South Washington street – looking north 11125

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236. Construction behind fire department in 1990's 786-10-11135

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237. Construction behind fire department in 1990's 11136

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238. NB School in 1990's 11134

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239. NB Municipal Building & Fire Department 11154

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240. Mr. & Mrs. Charles Boesel 728-08-9397

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241. Mr. & Mrs. Charles Boesel family in 1940's “ 9393

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242. Road construction on old Route 66, 3 miles north in 1914

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243. Road construction on old Route 66 details of above picture

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244. St. Paul's father/son dinner in 1950's or 60's? 617-05-2707

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245. Paul Gilberg (1913-1989) in 1920

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246. NB businessmen in 1894. See #727 for listing of names 511-02-2213

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247. Baseball league champs of 926 572-04-2346

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248 Family of ? Circa 1900's 84-76-45K

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249. Joseph Lanfersieck Barber Shop 583-04-2500

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250. Lock Two Mills early 1900's

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251. Senior class play in 1921

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252. Lanfersieck & Grothaus Plow shop workers in 1901

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253. St. Paul's confirmation class in 1929

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254. St. Paul's confirmation class year ? 457-06-2999H

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255. St. Paul's confirmation class year 1930 w/ Esther Headapohl Dicke 457-06-2999I

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256. Zion Church Sunday school picnic in 1910

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257. Sunday school class in 1922 at St. Paul's Church with Hulda Wiehe, teacher and Anna Kuest in white, Alvina Burke in middle,

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258. Ladies of NB in 1932, with Alvina Burk in middle 373-98-2057

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259. High School play in 1897 700-07-3744

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260. Construction crew building ? 589-10-11030

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261. From Kuenzel silo looking southeast in 1930 121-76-791M

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262. Installing natural gas lines to NB in 1888 00-84-1697J

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263. Jefferson street children in 1931 – with Cliff Sheer, - top center, Mary Louise Wissman – upper right, John Wissman – petting “Bubbles”, Ruth Poppe, and

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264. Model T truck, converted into an early camper in 1926 by Ervin “Butch” Heinfeld, Gust Ruedebusch, Emil Kuenning and Ed Schafer to travel to Yellowstone Park. Complete, interesting story in April '94 Towpath

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265. Professor Elmer Ende (1892-1966) 128-76-11488

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266. St. Peter's Church Orchestra of 1890 with musicians L-R: Herbert Garmhausen- flute, Henry Mueller - cello, Edward Conradi – violin, August Mueller – clarinet, Charles Garmahusen – viola, John Mueller – cornet 351-11-11488

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267. The New Bremen Athletic club in 1891

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268. The Bob Dicke Band in the 1950's, Doris Thielker Tangeman, Roger Dicke,

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268a. & b. Walter Topp Family Band, with Marvin, Walter, Doris, Herb & Martha

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269. NB football team in 1902 29-82-1625

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270. NB School 3rd or 4th grade? Class of 1957 651-10-108982

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271. On the porch with Dorthy Laut, Louise Laut Knipple, Ray Knipple,

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272. Sleigh ride in late 1930's with Emil Topp, Dolly, ? , William Combs, Edna Topp,

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273. Julia Dammeyer Fark in front of NB Hardware in 1938

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274. Boy Scout display in Mueller's Mens wear window in 1952 351-11-11483

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275. NB School photo 1920's 608-09-10326

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276. Woodmen Baseball Camp 1930's 631-07-3389

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277. NB School 1920's 527-02-2258I

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278. NB School circa 1910 ?

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279. NB School Class of 1923 684-16-11969

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280. Mueller's Men Wear 1942 351-11-11486

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281. Mueller's Men Wear

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282. American Legion 40th year veterans in 1986 - Front row: Wilbur Will, Wilton Dicke, Don Grieve, Orville Ruedebusch, Bud Niemeyer, Al Hoying, Dick Naseman, ? Voskuhl ?, Louis Schwartz

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284. Willy Wittenbrink, Arnold Hegemier, Gus Kruse, James Moeller

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285. Stamco prior to 1950's 856-13-11690B

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286. Stamco prior to 1950's 856-13-11690A

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287. Stamco prior to 1950's with Arnold Gieseke 856-13-11690E

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288. Early 1900's with Frances Schulenberg (1881-1962) 710-07-3736

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289. Barber Shop of ? 1920's 583-12-11553

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290. Display at school with Greg Parrott, Don Henkener, Pam Opperman,

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291. NB School parade for Centennial 1933 w/ Frederick Luedeke 351-11-11487

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292. Dave Schwieterman at Canal Days program in 1975

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293. NB Post Office in 1959

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294. NB depot in 1962, before moving to Crown farm 593-05-2854

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295. Kuenzel Mills late 1950's

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296. Kuenzel Mills shortly before demolition

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299. Kuenzel Mills

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300. South Washington street in late 1960's

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301. NB Pool on Plum St. 1980's

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302. NB Pool on Plum St. 1980's

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303. NB Pool on Plum St. 1980's

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304. NB Pool on Plum St. 1980's

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305. NB Pool on Plum St. 1980's

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306. The New Bremen Seal

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310. New Bremen from the air in the 1980's downtown area 786-09-10529

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311. New Bremen from the air school looking east

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312. New Bremen from the air school looking west “ 10527

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313. New Bremen from the air Beatrice Foods “ 10528

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314. August Dierker's tin shop late 1800's

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317. 1930's accident 585-04-2541D

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318. Family of Edith Stroefer ? 786-09-10375

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319. Family of Edith Stroefer 10374

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320. Family of Edith Stroefer 10371

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321. St. Paul's Confirmation Class “ 10376

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322. Golden Wedding of ? 1926

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323. ? 786-09-10391

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324. Styling in the 1890's “ 10381

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325. Styling in the 1890's 10396

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326. wedding day of ? “ 10397

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327. Main & 2nd St. (Bolly's) 1960's – 70's “ 10520

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328. Botkin's ballteam in the 20's: L – R Back row; ? , Mike Koenig, ? , ? ,

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329. Blizzard of 1978 on Franklin st. “ 10522

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330. Western Ohio Hardware date ? “ 10500

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331. Lions Park 1976 “ 10518

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332. ? “ 10504

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333. North School in Lock Two in 1922

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335. Fire at Lee's Printing year 1970's 786-09-10511

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336. Auto accident in the 1930's “ 10476

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337. Auto accident in the 1930's

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338. Family with dog ? 1930's “ 10442

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339. thru 349. Girls and Boys BB tournament program from 1933 786-09-10289

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350. ? Ein Frolichen/Weinachten “ 10410

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351. ? 10411

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352. ? 10406

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353. Grandma Kettler, Mrs. Tanzemas?

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354. ? 10503

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355. WPA pool construction in 1938 “ 10502

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356. WPA pool construction in 1938 10454

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357. & 357a WPA pool construction in 1938 10498

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358. Pool guards 1940 and 1950's

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359. ? 10407

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360. Trapshooting south of Meadow Gold Dairy, west of Stamco 10477

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361. Trapshooting south of Meadow Gold Dairy 10479B

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362. Trapshooting south of Meadow Gold Dairy 10478

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363. Stamco Office in the 1930's 10496

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364. Sunday school class in 1920's 10420

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365. Names for above picture 10420

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366. 2nd grade year? 786-09-10428

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367. WWI era bugle corp with Karl Mesloh relative? 10421

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368. Monroe street in 1976 10519

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369. Shoe repair shop with Lewis Poppe 10492

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370. WWII savings bond book 1942 10366

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371. WWII savings bond book

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372. US Saving Bond Album 1958

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373. Bond Rally? In front of Koeper's Shoe Store 10468

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374. Gast Shoe Store 1937? 10453

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375. Rebuilding Lock I in 1984 10510

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376. Canal drained, from Plum street looking south 10509

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377. “ “ looking north “ 10508

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378. Installation of cast iron 1864 bridge in 1984 “ 10515

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379. Installation of cast iron 1864 bridge of oldest cast iron truss bridge in Ohio “ 10523G

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380. Installation of cast iron 1864 bridge10523I

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381. Installation of cast iron 1864 bridge 10523J

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382. Lock I looking south

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383. Lock I looking north

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384. ? Family on hillside 786-09-10409

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385. Removing the 1929 time capsule in 1979 at the school

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386. Removing the 1929 time capsule with Dave Waterman and Bernard Kelly

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387. 1982 Stewardship board with L to R seated: R.J.Stauffer, Alice Hegemier,

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388. Decorating cars near Advanced Auto for ? 786-09-10467

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389. Decorating cars near Advanced Auto in 1938 “ 10462

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390. Decorating cars near Advanced Auto with Tom Kuenning, Henry Dicke and Louis Fark “ 10464

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391. Hoffman Decorating painting crew

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392. Story of above picture

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395. St. Paul's Church 786-09-10515A

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396. St. Paul's Church B

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397. St. Paul's Church 10435

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398. Fire at Thieman house on North Franklin St. 786-09-10441

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399. Fire at Thieman house on North Franklin St. 10523

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400. Fire at Thieman house on North Franklin St. 10534

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401. Fire at Thieman house on North Franklin St. 10440

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402. thru 411 Kuenzel Mills (1867 – 1956) brochure in 1930-40 786-09-10365

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415. Lock I in the Spring of 1938

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416. Burning Thomspon House in 1968

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417. Rabe's Pond

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418. & 418a Kuenzel Mills & silo demolition in 1968

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419. Lock I looking north

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420. Thompson House

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421. Canal boat Miami Queen 13-83-1638A

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421a. Canal boat early 1900's

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422. Lock I in winter

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423. Ice making in 1932 with Ben Waterman

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424. William Combs at 90 , Miami-Erie canal's last captain

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425. Plum street wing bridge in 1905

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426. Ducks and geese by J.A. Long poultry house in 1905 with a young Ralph May

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427. Flooding on canal street bridge at Plum street in 1937

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428. J.A. Long poultry and produce building before 1912 brick building

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429. J.A. Long poultry and produce building built in 1912

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430. Canal boat headed to Loramie Reservoir for Firemen's picnic in early 1900's

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431. Lock I looking south in 1912

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432. Lock I looking south in 1912

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433. Lock I in winter mid 1960's

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434. Working on ditch

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435. Lock II wooden locks & gate

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436. Work on Lock I in 1968

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437. Work on canal in 1968

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440. Winter hockey on canal

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441. Winter hockey on canal at J.A. Long building 618-05-2724

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442. Winter hockey on canal 2728

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443. Lock I Park 1997

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444. ock I Park looking south in 1997

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445. Duck race on canal in 2004

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446. Loramie Summit Marker

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447. Canal from Plum street bridge in 1997

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448. Ice cutting tools

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449. Ice cutting tools

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450. Ice cutting tools

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451. Scenes along the canal

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452. Josephine Lanfersieck 1895

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453. 1950's with Max Fledderjohann, Tom Thieman, Tom Fledderjohann

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454. Arthur & Luetta Flederjohann by Lock 6

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455. Emil ”Flip”, Arthur and Luetta Fledderjohann in 1919

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456. Tom Purpus? in 1937

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457. Lewis & Ed Poppe at remains of Lock 4

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458. Horse drawn hearse in early 1900's with Wilson Vornholt & Fred Nieter

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459. Joyce Ruedebusch and ?

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460. Parade at the lift bridge on Monroe street in early 1900's

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461. Construction crew near canal

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462. Winter flooding north of Monroe street

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463. Former Kuhlhorst egg plant, now Hoffman Decorating at 222 N. Main St.

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464. Same view in 2017

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465. Canal winter scenes in 1937, with Herman Vornholt

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466. Paul Stueve on left, on right ?

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467. Carl, Ruth (Kuck) and Rachel Poppe

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468. 1953 canal fishing with Ed Conradi and Tom Fledderjohann

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469. Canal boat in 1889, the “Honor Meakam” 223-82-1523J

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470. Sawmill 213-81-1459

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471. Thompson House

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472. Monroe & Washington Street in 1947 593-05-2699

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473. Noreen Sue (Gross) Bushong by Thompson house in 1950

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474. Rebecca Jo Gross in 1953, whose parents Herb and Betty Lou were

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500 thru 566. Along the canal in pictures taken in August of 2017

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567 thru 574. Along the canal in pictures taken in December of 2007

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575. & 576. On school playground in 1950's 651-06-3032 & 34

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577. 6th grade crossing guards in 1949 with Ferd Wint, Molly Wehrman , Elden Smith, Country Supt. Bendure, Jim Kettler, ? , Ed Conradi, ? , Joe Ritter, ? , Bill Ritter,

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578. Grade 2-3 in the 1920's 786-10-10692

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579. 1922 786-09-10419

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580. Class of 1926 “ 10687

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581. Class of 1935 “ 10431

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582. Class of 1937 “ 10417

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583. Class of 1945 “ 10433

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584. 1890's with Catherine Fricke 617-05-2716

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585. 1920's 786-10-10689

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586. Central School on Franklin Street 1878 - 1957 617-05-2720

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587. ? 786-10-10657

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588. 1926 - 8th grade class

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589. 1911 - 4th grade class - “X” Marian (Blanke) Pape 589-04-2418

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590. 1902 Chemistry class

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591. The class of 1925 in elementary school

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592. Huenke School at Rt 66A and Southland Road 1920's 786-10-1065

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593. Huenke School with Ed Bruggeman 527-02-2258K

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594. Huenke School 8th grade in 1922

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595. Lock Two School 4th grade in 1925

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596. 8th grade photo of Class of 1926, taken in 1922 617-04-2720

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597. 1st grade photo of Class of 1925, taken in 1913 “

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598. Class of 1925-6, taken in 1915 “

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599. 1875 picture with teacer Julius Zwez 577-04-2411

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600. 1876 picture “ 2412

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601. The Class of 1949 in the 3rd grade in 1939 617-05-2717

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602. The Class of 1949 in the 5th grade 1941 “ 2718

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603. The Class of 1956 in the 6th grade 1949 651-06-3030

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604. The Class of 1952 in the 2nd grade 1942 3031

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605. 1950's

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606. The Class of Class of '67

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607. NB teacher Helen Smith 640-05-2968

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608. Myrl Smith 2967

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609. Elden Smith 2970

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610. Teachers in late 1930's – early 40's: ? , ? , Margaret Shaw, Alberta Steinbrugge, Nettie Loy, Billie Streine, partially hidden Dorthy Harlamert,

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613. Teachers in 1926-27

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614. 1890's 812-10-11017

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615. ? 766-08-10046

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616. 4th grade in 1936-37 with teacher Marie Waterman 481-09-10288

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617. 3rd grade in 1935-36 with teacher Bertha Schowe 10289

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618. 1948 with Class of 1956 with teacher Marie Laut 651-10-10898C

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619. 1948 with Class of 1954 with teacher Myrl Smith K

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620. 4th grade in 1950's with Class of 1962 M

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621. Class of 1959 in early 1950's I

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622. Class of 1957 in 3rd grade

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623. 3rd grade in 1947 with teacher Mrs. Smith D

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624. 3rd grade in 1949 with teacher Mrs. Smith G

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625. 1950 Class of 1960 with teacher Mrs. Smith“ F

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626. 1951 Class of 1961 with teacher Mrs. Smith E

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627. 1952 Class of 1962 with teacher Mrs. Smith A

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628. 6th grade in ? with teacher Mr. Smith

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629. ? in ? Tom Thieman back row

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630. 3rd grade in 1953-54 B

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631. Crossing guards with Mr. Smith & Class of 1962 N

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632. Planting a tree on Franklin Street on Arbor Day 797-10-10898 Q

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633. 651-10-108998R

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650. Ladies Aid Society from St. Paul's Church in 1880's 615-10-11052

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651. Ladies Aid Society from St. Paul's Church in 1890's “ 11051

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652. Second St. Paul's Church in 1849 45-77-959S

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653. St. Paul's Church fire in 1897

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654. St. Paul's Church fire in 1897

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655. St. Paul's Church fire in 1897

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656. St. Paul's pastor 1894 -1906 – Rev. Bertram 45-77-9593

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657. St. Paul's pastor 1907-1922 – Rev. Henninger “ 9591

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659. St. Paul's pastor1922 -1947 – Rev. Melchert & family “ 959L

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660. St. Paul's pastor 1968 -1977 – Rev. Pearl & family

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661. St. Paul's

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662. St. Paul's Confirmation Class 1910 era 626-05-2764

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663. St. Paul's year 1958

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664. St. Paul's year before 1958

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667. St. Paul's Church Rev. Melchert

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669. Zion Church – built 1897

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670. Zion Church - 1982

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671. St. Paul's Church 45-77-959W

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672. St. Paul's Church

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672a St. Paul's Church

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673. 1st Catholic Church 1872 -1895 on S. Walnut St. - then Christ Church

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674. St. Peter's Church

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675. Zion Church Confirmation in late 1890's 562-03-2295-2

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676. Rev. John Tostrick

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677. St. Paul’s Church banquet – 1950's 792-09-10616C

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678. SSt. Paul’s Church banquet – 1950's 10616D

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679. St. Paul’s Church banquet – 1950's

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680. Brotherhood Convention – late 1940's or early 1950's 617-05-2708

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681. 34th Anniversary of St. Peter's Young Peoples

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682. list of names from above

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683. 1970's Zion Church Council, L to R; Rev. Floyd Braun, Lenord Lunz, Carmen Hirschfeld, Marie Gensler, Irene Bay, Bill Frey, ? , ? , Walter Moore, George Gensler, ? Mckibbans, Rev. L.G. Fritz, ? 557-03-22882

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684. St. Paul's Informant from 1923

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685 thru 693. Ads from above phamlet

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694. St. Paul's Sunday School building in 1951 45-72-959K

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695. St. Paul's Sunday School building construction

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696. St. Paul's Sunday School building dedication in June of 1951

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698. St. Paul Church picture in German in 1906 article

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701. Al Bruns and Castle Club Orchestra 626-05-2761

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702. Al Bruns Band 2760

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703. Little German Band/Little Six Band from 1887

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703a. Otto Mesloh(1867-1923) John Phillip Sousa's 1st trumpet.

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704. 25th anniversary of the 20th Century Mothers O.C.C.L. In 1983 ?

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705. Past members: Ginny Friemering, Marlene Hittepole, Betty Quellhorst, Jeanette Hellwarth, top row: Bernie Wittenbrink, Trudy Kuenning, Anna May Hudson, Betty Opperman and Peggy Henschen

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706. “Among the Breakers” a play by the Knights of Pythian Drama Club in 1894

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708. Early sewing club in the early 1900's

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709 1930's A meeting? Or club?

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710. Notes on above photo

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711. Young businessmen in 1905 - L to R: Roy Hoverman – photographer, Harry Koeper – shoe store, Pete Merkle – baker, Ed Allen – handle factory and Joe Lanfersieck – barber

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712. 1890's young men - L to R: William Nieter, August Schroeder

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713. Early 1900's

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714. NB Women's Club in 1932-33 the 200th anniversary of Washington's birth

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715. names and info for above picture

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716. 4-H Girls Club of 1928 Lodema Knost 2nd from the left

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717. 4-H Girls Club of 1929 Marie Waterman on left

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718. 4 – H Girls Club of 1930

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719. 4 – H Girls Club of 1931

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720. 4 – H Girls Club of date ? (no names).

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721. 4 – H Girls Club of ? Date ? “

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722. Tales of Yesteryear with Stan Kuenning in 1997

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723. Tales of Yesteryear with Stan Kuenning in 1997

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724. Ben Waterman and Sophia Meyer wedding day in 1899

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724a. Ben Waterman family at Christmas time in 1909

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725. Ben Waterman Christmas time in 1914

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726. Larry Durkee, Lloyd Laut, Jeff Pape at council meeting in 1990's 646-16-2989

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727. New Bremen businessmen in 1894 & also see #246 for picture

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729. Ralph May home at 104 E. Plum St.

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730. ? taken at corner of Walnut & South street

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731. Dr. Rawer's home on S. Walnut St.

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732. William Schwepe 112 N. Main St.

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733. late 1890's

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735. Streine Tool (later Stamco – in 1951) engineering office staff in early 1946

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736. Moving 75 ton boiler from Celina's closed power plant to

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737. & 738. Moving 75 ton boiler from Celina's closed power plant 10704A ,C

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739. Installing cover over train car at Crown farm in 1978

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740, 741 & 741a with Bob Wade, carpenter in charge

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742. Herb Kellermeyer family in the 1940's 786-10-10683

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743. Henry Wittenbrink family 1982 “ 10694

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744. ? family in the late 1890's “ 10686

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745. Conrad Gruebmeyer family 1907 “ 10719

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746. The Kettlers 1940's – 1950's ? “ 10757

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747. Earl and Esther Kuenning 1960's – 1970's “ 10710

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748. Mary Ellen Taylor and John Briggs in late 1930's “ 10701

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749. ? 1930's 10765

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750. ? with colt 10766

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751. Blanke brothers: Lloyd, Victor, Orin and Lester 1940's 10745

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752. Men's Garden Club in the 1970's L to R: 10754

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753. Rabe's Pond & Lumber Co. 1900's “ 10711

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754. Julius Boesel's home on NB – NK road. Built in 1895 10735

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755. Julius Boesel's home on NB – NK road. Built in 1895

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757. Summer outside oven donated by Wilbur Dicke 786-10-10648B

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758. Summer outside 10647A

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759. Summer outside 10668

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759a. Summer outside with Earl Meckstroth

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760. Summer outside with Mrs. Lewis (Clara) Poppe “ 10666

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760a. Summer outside with Ruth Meckstroth & Jane Jackson

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761. St. Paul’s Church Board in 1970's 786-10-10733

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762. Faith Alliance Church addition in 1976 786-10-10762C

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763. Faith Alliance Church addition in 1976 10762B

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764. Faith Alliance Church addition in 1976 10762D

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765. Reuben Thiesing 723-08-3956C

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765a. Reuben Thiesing In 1938

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766. Reuben & Walter Maich & friends 723-08-3956PP

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767. Reuben & friends “ 3956QQ

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768. Canoeing with Reuben & friends 3956Q

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768a. Canoeing with Reuben & friends

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769. Stueve Truck date ? 723-08-3956EE

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770. Canal view looking south at future WPA pool site in 1920's “ 3936SS

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771. Parade time with John Briggs ? 3956M

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772. Parade time with Rueben Thiesing 3956HH

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773. Along the canal at Lock 8 3956V

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774. Along the canal at Lock 8

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775. Ducks on the canal by Lock I

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776. 1930's, with Esther Fearing Quist on right “ 3956Z

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777. Parade in 1933 ?

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778. Parade in 1933 ?

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780. Building water tower in the 1930's 723-08-3956A1

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781. Building water tower in the 1930's A4

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782. Building water tower in the 1930's A3

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783. Building water tower in the 1930's A7

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784. Building water tower in the 1930's taken from Kuenzel silo looking east

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785. Building water tower in the 1930's taken from Kuenzel silo looking east

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786. & 786a Lock Two store grocery/huckster wagon in 1919 with Emil Schneider (1884-1972) from New Knoxville 13-83-1633R

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787. Horse & carriage of ? 786-10-10700

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788. Family of ? with Model T

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789. John Wissman in race car in 1930 729-13-11780

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790. John Wissman in race car in 1930 695-07-3663

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791. Knights of Pythias Marching Club

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792. Jay & Joe Kettler in 1955

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793. Dr. J.A. Kussman, wife Catherine, son Cyril in 1894 28-75-227

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794. Threshing crew Adam Bruggeman in 1895 527-02-2258G

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795. Sullivan family ? 1909 754-08-9787

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796. Charles Linbach & wife, school superintendent from 1905-08

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797. Deitemeyer family ?

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798. Irene, Hilda, Viola, Olevg ? in 1919

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799. same closer in

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800. Out for a spin in the 1920's

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801. Helen & Wilbert Quellhorst 1927 (Everett Topp's mother and father-in-law)

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802. Cade Schulenberg with VP nominee Richard Nixon at the 1952 GOP convention

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803. Greg Gast, Sr.

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804. 50th wedding anniversary of Louis & Emma Huenke in 1931

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805. NB phone operators with Hilda Broerman, Geciena Halsema, Anna Kuest and Elizabeth Halsema in the late 1920's – 30's.

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807. Howard R. Hoffman 1893-1969 Hollywood actor and the youngest son

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808. Rueben Wissman's street car cottage in the 1930's, with Clarence Huelsman,

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809. Picking flowers with Lanfersieck ? and/or Mary Helmstetter ?

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810. Merry-go-round in ? Year?

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811. Driving with ?

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812. Driving with ?

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813. Leo Huenke's Garage Now Bolly's

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814. 1953 Air Force C-119 cargo plane makes an emergency landing in a field east

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815. Henry and Bill Kuck

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816. Back from hunting with ?

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817. Royal Tangeman(1897-1966) with daughter Jean(1921-2008) in 1922-23

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820. Northern Fire Company 1857-1927 hat worn about 1900

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821. Cataract Fire Co. shield

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822. Cataract Fire Co. honorable service member ribbon

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823. Northern Fire Company photo of 1880's

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824. Alert #1 Hook & Ladder Company in the 1890's

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825. NB Fire Department members in 1957

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826. NB Fire Department members in 1955

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827. NB Fire Department members in 1982​

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828. NB Fire Department members in 1979

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829. NB Fire Department members in 2002

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830. NB Fire Department members in 1957

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831. NB Fire Department members in 1960

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832. NB Fire Department members in 1976

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833. NB Fire Department members in 2004

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836. 1926 Truck, driven by Irvin Wissman

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837. 926 Truck, driven by Irvin Wissman

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838. 1962 truck

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839. Burning the lockkeeper's house in 1968

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841. At the speedway

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842. At the speedway

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843. At the speedway with ?

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844. Raplh Detrick sitting in #5

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845. At the speedway

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846. At the speedway

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847. At the speedway

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850. Early 1930's racing 759-08-9950

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851. At the speedway

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852. At the speedway

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853. At the speedway

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854. At the speedway

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855. At the speedway

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856. At the speedway with ?

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857. Speedway riot and fire in July of 1931

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858. Speedway riot and fire in July of 1931

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859. Speedway riot and fire in July of 1931

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860. Speedway riot and fire in July of 1931

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861. Speedway riot and fire

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862. Speedway riot and fire racing

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863. Speedway riot and fire with ?

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864. ?

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865, 866, 867. John Wissman at age 4 in 1930

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868. Last days of racing in the 1970's

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870. Lock Two Mills first truck with Theo Doenges in ? 13-83-1633S

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871. Lock Two Mills first truck with Theo Doenges in ?

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872. Garmhausen Store in early 1900's

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873. Lock Two Mill in 1890's ?

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874. Lock Two Mill float in 1933 Centennial Parade

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875. Lock Two Mill 807-10-11185A

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876. close ups with: ?

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877. close ups with: ?

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878. At the farm of ? 697-07-3611

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879. Threshing 744-08-9680C

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880. Wheat threshing at Arnold Heinfeld farm in 1895 242-82-1616

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881. & 881a. Schelper's slaughter house with William Schelper and Elton Schelper

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883. Steam power with ?

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884. West of RR, north of Rt.274 (over Crown plant #3) in 1947 593-05-2693

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885. West of RR looking east “ 2694

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886. West of RR looking at dairy plant “ 2696

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887. 1905 Klanke Furniture Co. 1880-1913 and Central School 29-75-251

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888. Above a flight of B-17's in the 1940's with picture by Tom Kuenning

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889. Above a flight of B-17's in the 1940's with picture by Tom Kuenning 754-08-9782

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890. Auglaize Furniture Co. in 1915 ?

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891. Lanfersieck & Grothaus Plow Works in 1901 23-75-356

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892. Lanfersieck & Grothaus Plow Works (1881-1900?) in 1901

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893. Plow Works or Bridge Company ?

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894. Blacksmith Shop with Richard Schroeder in 1898 00-83-1000

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895. White Mountain Creamery 1882-1990, taken in 1909 00-83-1000

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896. Milk delivery used in New Bremen by Henry Westerheide - in the mid 1950's

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897. & 897a “ “ trucks around 1920's 537-02-2268C

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898. White Mountain Creamery 2268B

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899. White Mountain Creamery

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900. White Mountain Creamery 1963

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901. White Mountain Creamery 1950's

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902. White Mountain Creamery 1970's

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903 White Mountain Creamery 1938

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904 White Mountain Creamery truck in the 1940's ? 786-10-10773

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905 Klanke Furniture Co. 1881-1913 year 1910

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908. Old “Dinkey” in New Bremen date ? 166-76-833

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909. NB station 593-04-2460

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910. LE & Western (Nickel Plate) depot date 1910

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911. Looking north from water tower with old brickyard on left in the early 1900's

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912. Circus train in town in the 1930's

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913. Heinfeld Manufacturing Company employees in 1890's

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914. Heinfeld Manufacturing Company employees in 1900's

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915. a & b. Streine Tool & Mfg. Company (Stamco) 1885-2915 in 1937, 1965 & 1968

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916. Streine Tool & Mfg. Company office

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917. Streine employees in the 1930's

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918. Streine employees in the 1930's shipping product

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919. Streine employees in the 1930's shipping product by rail

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920. Stamco product

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921. Broom factory manufacturing building on Herman St in 1928

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922. New Bremen Broom Co. 1894-1947 employees in 1916 174-78-1182

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923. New Bremen Broom Co. 1934 116-77-965

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924. New Bremen Broom Co. 1940's manufacturing 552-02-2284D

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925.New Bremen Broom Co. A

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926. New Bremen Broom Co. C

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927. New Bremen Broom Co. B

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928. Post Office employees year ? L to R: Herman Laut, Walt Maich, 00-84-1706

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929. At Tri-County Fair Grounds, one mile east of NB, getting ready for baseball in

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930. Enjoying the old fairgrounds in the early 1900's 213-81-1463

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940. October 1950 Meet the candidates ?

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941. October 1950 Meet the candidates

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942. Pythian Sisters Grace Temple #62 in ?

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943. NB Emergency Squad in 1975

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944. Factory workers in 1904 84-76-44K

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945. 1912 Woodmen Dedication E.J. Neuman 361-97-2038B

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946. NBHonor Society Mock Council Meeting in 1941

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947. Dedication of Post Office on Monroe St. in the 1950's

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948. Unknown function in HS gym

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949. Unknown function in HS gym with US Congressman William McCulloch on left, Herman “Bud” Laut, and

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950. ?

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951. ?

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952. Past NB queens of Woodmen Festival in 1964. The festival ended in 1973.

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953. names of above in photo

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954. List of former queens

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955. Zion Church 1900

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956. Zion Church Confirmation class in the 1920's

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957. Holy Redeemer Church in 1998

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958. Holy Redeemer Church in 1998

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959. Holy Redeemer Church in 1948

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960. Crown – plant #3 in 1968

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961. 1920's South view along canal on far right from Kuenzel silo

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962. Robert & Earl Kuenning at Advance Auto in the 1970's?

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963. 1900's vacation time on the porch

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964. 1900's vacation time on the porch

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965. 1900's vacation time on the porch

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966. Plowing with horses

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967. Ride time with ?

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968. From Kuenzel silo looking NW in 1924

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969. Barber Shop of Joe Lanfersieck

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970. Kids at play in1906

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971. Out for a ride in ?

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972. Picnic at the lake in St. Marys in 1907 with ?

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973. Picnic at the lake in St. Marys in 1907 with ?

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974. Picnic at the lake in St. Marys in 1907 with ?

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975. Picnic at the lake in St. Marys in 1907 with ?

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976. Picnic at the lake in St. Marys in 1907 with ?

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977. Picnic at the lake in St. Marys in 1907 with ?

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980. 1890's era group ? 916-17-12134

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981.Fordson tractor designed to start on gasoline and then run on kerosene.

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982. The Cluck's Nest Club around 1900 at Lake Loramie

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983. Irene Deuhel Gast & Edna Deuhel McCallum in 1890's

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984. Boxing match in early 1900's

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985. Early shool picture in ?

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986. Early shool picture in ?

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987. New Bremen Band in 1933/34

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988. New Bremen Band in 1933/34

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989. NB High School play, in 1915 -18

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990. NB High School play, in 1915 -18

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991. Class of 1955-56 with Joyce Gliberg, Evelyn Bassler, Ron Hittlepole & Roger Hegemier

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992. Class of 1955-56 with Janice Topp Schroer , Janet “Becky” Westerbeck Cooper, Janet Fledderjohn & Kathleen Pence Gunston

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993. Class of 1955-56 Back row: Vivian Mohrman, Richard Roediger, Janet Fledderjohn, Ken Schroer, Stan Quellhorst. Front row: Ron Hittepole, Trudy Schwieterman, Becky Westerbeck, Ralph Quellhorst, Steve Schroer, Evelyn Bassler & Ken Dicke

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994. Paul Opperman, Jim Kettler, Dave Roediger & Tom Waterman in early 1950's

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995. Girls from the Class of 1948

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996. Lone Pine Sohio station in 1958

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997. Reuben & Leola Wissman's “cottage” at Lake St. Marys. One of the former cars of the WO Railway / Interurban system in NB from 1902-30

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998. Interesting picture of the old and new.

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999. High School singers, class of 1910 with Luella Fledderjohann, Fannie Ladow

New Bremen Sports Teams

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1000. NB girls team of 1926-27

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11001. NB girls team of 1929-30 916-17-12130

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1002. NB girls team of 1930-31 373-98-2057 - Dorthy Gieseke, Helen Knipple, Ione Hartman McVey.

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1002a. NB girls team of 1931-32 Auglaize County Champs

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1003. NB girls team of 1932-33 916-17-12130

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1003a. NB girls team of 1933-34

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1004. NB football team of 1910 124-76-802

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1005. NB football team of 1911

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1006. NB football team of 1913 432-01-2134A

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1007. NB Athletic/Boxing Club of 1902 with Landry Koeper, Grover Wissman

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1008. First NB basketball team in 1915-16 587-04-2543

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1008a. NB basketball team of 1926-27

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1009. NB basketball team of 1928-29 397-00-2094G

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1010. NB basletball team of 1932-33 916-17-12131

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1011. NB basketball team of 1956-57

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1012. Stamco Girls Softball Team in 1948

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1013 & 1014. New Bremen state runner-up boys basketball team 1959-60

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1015. ?

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1016.?

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1017. ?

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1018. ? possibly Boesel children in 1906

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1019. ?

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1020. ?

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1021. ? from 1890 from Siferd/Quellhorst family?

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1022. ?

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1023. ?

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1024. New 1925 Ford Model T, won by Katherine (Langhorst) White in raffle at

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1025. Pat Connaughton taken in early 1950's

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1026. Shopping at the Schulenberg store in the early 1900's

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1027. Sue & Val Rabe, Elizabeth Rabe, Andreas Rabe, Norma & Cade Schulenberg

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1028. Val & Sue Rabe, Norma & Cade Schulenberg in 1949

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1029. Cade Schulenberg with daughter Susan in 1949

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1030. At the pool with Bette Harris (1940 - 21030) and students in the late 1950's

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1031. Baseball in the 1950's

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1032. Dick Pape, Vern Westbay, Paul Pape and Roger Busse

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1033. Paul Pape

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1034. Les Blanke, Dick Pape, Vern Westbay and Paul Pape

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1035 thru 1038. Eddie Wehrman (1904-1945) Machine Shop – The New Bremen Rubber Company was started in 1936 in the former Auglaize Furniture Company (1912-1929) building at the corner of Plum and Herman St. They manufactured rubber toys, baby pants and rubber gloves. After several name changes, including Seiberling Latex Products, the business left New Bremen in 1967 for Oklahoma City, where they ceased operation in the 1970's.

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1039. Seiberling Latex Products in 1963

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1040. Former Home of Auglaize Furniture Company

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1041. Harrold Poppe dipping gloves

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1042. Ester (Clune) Dietz & Irene (Meyer) Hartings installing cuffs

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1043. Paul Pape & Beverly (Fishbach) Moeller

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1044. Delores (Francis) Siegel & Marion Parsons, general manager

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1045. Mel Luedeke dipping arms for dolls in 1945

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1046. Break time in 1948 with, L to R: Walter Fry, Marshall Becker, Robert Heinfeld,

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1047. Break time in 1958 with, Seated: Ramona (Ball) Moore, Doris (Meiring)

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1048. Break time in 1959 with Paul Pape, Bev (Fishbach) Moeller, Clarence Topp,

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1049. Racks of porcelain glove forms

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1050. Packaging production in 1962

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1051. Frances Kiser “pinking” cuffs

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1075. 8 N. Main . German Canal Style – Bakery with home. Built in 1850

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1076. 17 N. Main Built in 1852

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1077. 22 N. Main Boom Town Front - former Equity Store razed in 1982

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1078. 212 N. Main Boom Town Front - “The Little Store“

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1079. 103 N. Main Former Zion Reformed Church, built in 1897 in the

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1080. 109 N. Main Built in 1852 and operated as the Laut Hotel

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1081. 112 N. Main “ “ 1855 as the F. I. Steinberg General Store. Later

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1082. 117-119-121 Main The Lehmkuhl Hotel, built in 1846-1858. Razed in 1983

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1083. 122 N. Main The Luelleman House, begun in 1837 and enlarged to its

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1083a. present size in 1846. Timber braced with brick lining.

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1084. 126 N. Main Leather shop and tannery from 1869

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1085. 222-224 N. Main Adam Brueggeman Store, dating from 1849

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1086. 315-317 N. Main Christian Schmidt General Store from 1848

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1087. 101 S. Main Modest Queen Anne Style

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1088. 110 S. Main Colonial Revival Style from 1926

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1089. 115 S. Main Princess Anne Style early 1900's

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1090. 123 S. Main Shingle Style from 1905

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1091. 127S. Main Stick Style early 1900's

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1095. 102. W. Monroe Queen Anne Style by Henry Schwaberow in 1898 for

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1096. West Monroe Street in the 1970's

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1097. 112 W. Monroe Two Story Canal Warehouse Style. For many years this

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1098. 116 W. Monroe Italian Villa Style home, built in 1876 by Jacob Boesel

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1099. 124 W. Monroe Constructed in 1864 as the Boesel & Kunning Dry Goods

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1100. West entrance and addition at Howell's IGA in the 70's

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1101. 218-224 W. Monroe Canal House Style

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1102. 7-17 W. Monroe Schulenberg-Laut Building of 1891, as it looked in the1970's

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1103. 103 W. Monroe Frame double store built in the 1890's

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1104. 115 W. Monroe Boesel Opera House, built in 1895 for $6925.

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1105. 403 W. Monroe Victorian Gothic

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1106. 407 W. Monroe 1908 Boom Town Front Style of Advance Auto

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1107. 15 S. Franklin 1901 Queen Anne by George Klanke of Klanke Furniture

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1108. 16 S. Franklin 1890 Victorian Eclectic by Theodore Purpus

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1109. 22 S. Franklin 1899 Shingle Style

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1110. 27 S. Franklin 1870 Italianate by Charles Boesel, Jr.

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1111. 102 S. Franklin. Canal houses with Gothic peaks

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1112. 17 N. Franklin. Canal houses with Gothic peaks

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1113. 124 S. Franklin. American Four Square Style by Otto Boesel in 1912

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1114. 110 S. Franklin. Queen Anne by Adolph Boesel in 1898. This home was

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1115. 231 N. Franklin Log home by Dietrich in 1860's, later disguised by adding

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1116. 9-11 N. Franklin Constructed in 1846 and served as a school until 1878

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1117. 101 S. Franklin Union Central School, built in 1878 for $17,460

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1118. 303 N. Franklin St. Peter's Church, Late Gothic Revival Style, built in 1887

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1119. 119 N. Franklin St. Paul's Church, Late Gothic Revival Style built in 1891

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1120. 9 N. Herman Bungalow Style from 1920's

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1121. 35 S. Herman 1908 school superintendent home with community room

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1122. 32 S. Herman Post WWII Cottage Style home

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1123. 34 S. Herman 1914 American Four Square Style home

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1124. 214 N. Walnut 1853 Canal House facing the canal

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1125. 15 S. Walnut . 1860 Canal House facing the canal

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1126. 207 S. Walnut Late Gothic Revival Style

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1127. 303 S. Walnut. Late Gothic Revival Style

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1128. 317 S. Walnut English Tudor of 1937

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1130. 30 S. Washington American house Hotel with brick lining

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1131. 36 S. Washington 1847 Theodore Rabe House with recessed doorway

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1132. 38 S. Washington Fred Wiemeyer Store, one of the founders of the Arcade

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1133. 104 S. Washington. 1853 Store and home of Captain John Wiemeyer

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1134. 120 S. Washington. Queen Anne Style by Dr. M.S. Ekermeyer

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1135. 126 S. Washington. Greek Revival Style by Henry Rabe in 1855

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1136. 206 S. Washington. Canal Warehouse style by Dr. B.F. Schroeder in 1853

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1137. Lock Two 1893 Commercial Brick Style to replace destroyed frame store

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1138. Lock Two 1893 John Garmhausen residence

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1139. Lock Two Mills acquired by Garmhausen family in the 1850's

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1140. Lock Two Mills acquired by Garmhausen family in the 1850's

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1141. 967 Lock Two Rd. at Rt. 364 William Barth home of 1872 in the two story .

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1142. 6811 Quellhorst Rd. Queen Anne Style of Julius Boesel, built in 1896

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1144. thru 1156. New Bremen phone book from 1952.

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1160. 1959 Queen Pat Grilliot Wourms with her court - Standing L to R: Edythe Conradi Henschen, Linda Marshall, Carolyn Scheer,. Seated L to R: Becky Campbell, Queen Pat, Terry Hirschfeld Wagner.

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1161. 1959 Queen Pat Grilliot Wourms

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1162. 1960 Queen Lois Dicke with her court - L to R:. Emily Harlamert Wiedeman, Gen Conradi Dicke, Pat Grilliot ('59 Queen)

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1163. 1960 Queen Lois Dicke

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1164. 1961 Queen Diane Komminsk with her court - L to R:. Katherine Wahoff, Carol Hittepole Wilson, Shannon Widau Dietz

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1165. 1961 Queen Diane Komminsk

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1166. 1962 Queen Diann Heitkamp Bornhorst with her court - L to R:. Kathleen Topp, Barbara Mousa Gebert, Jane Voress Koenig

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1167. 1962 Queen Diann Heitkamp Bornhorst

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1168. 1963 Queen Diane Kettler Grilliot with her court - L to R:. Carole Dicke Ferguson, Sandra Boesel Bitler, Karen Moeller Farley

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1169. 1963 Queen Diane Kettler Grilliot

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1170. 1964 Queen Beverly Widau Fledderjohann with her court - L to R:. Joyce Brockman Wente, Queen Beverly, Carolyn Weinberg

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1171. 1964 Queen Beverly Widau Fledderjohann

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1172. 1965 Queen Jane Belton with her court - L to R:. Debby Meyer, Donna Dicke Jacoby, Judy Bergman, 1964 Queen

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1173. 1965 Queen Jane Belton

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1174. 1966 Queen Debbie Schnell with her court - L to R:. Jane Moore Gruebmeyer, Angela Snow Afrey, Lois Ahlers Elking,

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1175. 1966 Queen Debbie Schnell with her court

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1176. 1967 Queen Teresa Shelby with her court - L to R:. Jane Mussett, Janet Lampert Pape, Kay Heinfeldt, Queen Teresa,

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1177. 1967 Queen Teresa Shelby

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1178. 1968 Queen Susan Phlipot Moeller with her court - L to R:. Mary Ellen Bornhorst Soder, Carol Vandemark Turner,

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1179. 1968 Queen Susan Phlipot Moeller being crowned by the major of St. Marys,

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1181. 1909 photo of the Wm. F. Greber Walnut Hill Fruit Farm in the strawberry fields.

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1182. 1909 photo of the Wm. F. Greber Walnut Hill Fruit Farm in the strawberry fields.

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1183. First National Bank employees in the late 1960's. L to R: Jake Boesel, Elodie.

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1184. White Mountain Creamery workers in 1923..

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1185. Unknown.

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1186. Heidleberg College class of 1920 at their 50 year reunion in 1970 with Rev. Lewis Fritz 5th from the right..

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1187. Canal bridges in the 1950's Plum St..

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1188. Canal bridges in the 1950's 1st. Street.

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1189. Canal bridges in the 1950's 2nd Street.

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1190. Jean Lynne Harris at age four..

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1191-1194. Elaine Crisp's art class murals.

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1195. Welcome by Major Wiedeman

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1196. Don Hoelscher and representative from Bremerhaven, Germany

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1197. Moving piano with Nick & Bob Wilson

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1198. Moving piano with Stan Quellhorst & Bob Weinberg

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1199. Rick Mortimer, Dan Miller & Val Harris

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1200 & 1201. Happy Birthday cake with Sandy Frey

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1202. Paul Lietz – town photographer at work

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1203. Rhonda Boyd's dance class

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1204. Deb Koverman, Eileen Staton & Sally Wissman

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1205. Parade time with Vicky (Miller) Quelhorst

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1206. Parade time with Karen & Sarah Smith

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1207. Parade time with Janet Fledderjohn

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1208. Parade time with Nan Scheib

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1209. Parade time with Cindy Newman & Shirley Luedeke

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1210. Parade time with Jeanette Hegemier

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1211.Parade time with Mary Ann Brown & Diane Dicke

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1212. Area business employees – girls at the bank

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1213. Area business employees – Howells IGA w/ Erlene Garman, Mary Philpot,

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1214. Area business employees – w/ John Knost & Wanda Miller.

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1215. Area business employees – Drug store w/ Dave Schwieterman.

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1216. Area business employees – w/ Katie Knost.

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1220. Weekly sales ad from Schelper's market in the 1940's(?).

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1221. Village ordinance of 1893 to authorize the installation of electric power in NB.

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1222. Village ordinance of 1893 to authorize the installation of electric power in NB.

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1223. Christine and Ralph May at Lake Loramie in 1923.

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1224. Christine and Ralph May at Lake Loramie in 1923 with Wallace Grothaus “ “.

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1225. Christine May and Myra Grothaus

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1226. Overhead electric wiring at routes 66 and 274.

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1227. New Bremen soldiers read to fight in WWI?.

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1228. ?.

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1229. ?.

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1230. Jeanette Bessel Harris

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1231. Kuenzels.

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1232. Girls bridge.

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1233. Outing to Russell's Point.

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1234. Mueller Brother.

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1235. ?.

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1236. School playground on Franklin St..

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1237. Julius Boesel family on Knoxville Ave..

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1238. SOR Band.

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1239 & 40. A. C. Gieseke.

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1241. Stan Nagel.

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1242 & 43. Ads from 1898.

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1244. Kuenning.

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1245. Dave Schwieterman.

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1246. Carl Arkenberg with his 1928 Chevy.

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1247 & 48. German program in 1968.

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1249. New Bremen's Post Office from 1955-60, removed for Route 66 re-location..

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1250 & 51. Route 66 street construction in 1960.

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1252. SE corner of Monroe & Main Streets 1977.

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1253. SE corner of Monroe & Main Streets 1980.

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1254. SW corner of Monroe & Main Streets 1980.

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1255. Nieter's Store on N. Main St. across from Bolly's, later Holy Redeemer Church.

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1256. & 1257. Lantern Factory.

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1258. Dr. Carl Ekermeyer (1900-1941).

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1259. Handle factory.

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1260. Reuben Thiesing Building on Canal Street. In '86.

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1261. Wint's Restaurant in 1983.

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1262. Razing Wint's in 1992.

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1263. The former FleetWing gas station on S. Washington Street in 1993.

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1264. Walt's Barber Shop in 1969.

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1266 & 67. Paul Lietz at 62 in 1983 and 70 in 1991.

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1268. Beatrice Foods in 1984.

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1269. Doc Schmidt's barn.

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1270, 1271 & 1272. Schwartz Brothers Garage in Lock Two.

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1273. Lock Two School.

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1274. Construction of the Garmhausen store in Lock Two in 1892.

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1275. Color postcard of South Washington St. in early 1900's.

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1276. The former American House, a hotel at 30 S. Washington..

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1277. West Monroe Street in 1989.

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1278. Lees' Printing on West Monroe St. in 1988.

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1279. North Main Street in 1989.

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1280, 81 & 82. New Bremen Bridge at First Street in 1988 w/Paul Lietz.

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1283. Louis Landwehr at Louie's Restaurant (1937-46) 5 N. Main St..

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1284. Rosemary Landwehr, Louie's sister, helping out..

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1287. Central School, built in 1920 and razed in 1930 due to an . unstable/repairable foundation. Some materials were reused in the

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1290. thru 95. Restoring the barn at the Luelleman House in 21290..

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1296. thru 1306. Cleaning and installing paving bricks in 2002..

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1307. The annual summer picnic in 2003, with Don & Jan Dammeyer.

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1308. Dru Meyer.

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1309. Mike Staton and Phyllis Cox.

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1310. Delores Steinecker, Mary Paul, Joyce Holdren, Dru Meyer, Susie Hirschfeld,.

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1311. Tim Eiting and Mary Finke.

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1312. At the 2003 summer picnic..

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1313 Gen Conradi, Dennis Dicke and Dr. Alex and Mary Reed.

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1314. At the picnic, ready for desert..

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1315. thru 1322. Inside the museum in 2003..

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1323. thru 1326. Installing a new roof in 2003..

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1327. thru 1332 Annual picnic in 2004.

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1328. Dennis Dicke, Greg Meyer, Glen Whitten.

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1329. Diane Dicke, Tom & Diane Flederjohann.

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1332. Gen Conradi, Max & Lucy Whitten.

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1333. thru 1337. Christmas party in 2004.

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1338. thru 1343. Annual picnic in 2005.

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1344. thru 1348. Canal boat ride at Piqua in July 2005.

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1349. thru 1355. Annual picnic in 2006.

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1356. thru 1362. Lock One restoration and canal cleaning in June of 2006.

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1364. thru 1367. Annual dinner in 2008.

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1368. Celebrating the canal's 175 birthday.

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1369. Coloring contest winners.

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1370. Confirmation class at Zion Church in the 1940's. - Back row, L to R: Bill Conradi, Walter Kuhlhorst, Rev. N.E. Vitz,. Eileen Hehr Campbell, unknown - possibly Charles Schmidt.. Front row, L to R: Susan Schulenberg Rabe, unknown,. Joanne Koenig Katterheinrich, Jack McCollum and Juanita Roediger Scheer..

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1371. thru 1373. Pumpkinfest record pie record set in 2010..

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1375. Boy Scout Troop #61 at Scout Camp in Defiance, Ohio in 1944

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1376. New Bremen Girl Scouts in the 1940's - Back Row, L to R: Mrs. Tangeman, ? , Bev Rump Plattner, Louise Lampert,.

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1377 & 1378. James F. Dicke (1922-2106) former president of Crown and it's founder.

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1379. Ralph May (1892-1981) born in New Bremen and long time author/historian

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1380. Dorothy Harlamert (1910-1999) 37 years elementary school teacher.

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1381. Helena Kuck (1920-2007) WW II army service member

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1382. Edith Wissman (1928- ) Elementary school music teacher for ? years.

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1383. Doc Riebel (1937-2013) NB dentist for 45 years from 1968.

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1384. Les Blanke (1905-1998) Teacher, principal and rural mail carrier for 33 years..

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1385,a & b. Ralph Boerger (1919-2014) WWII Silver Star Medal Medic..

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1386. Donna Mae (1929-2015) and Stan (1928-2018) Kuenning

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1387. Paul (1903-1989) and Pauline (1903-1996) Gilberg in 1986

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1388. John Garman (1961-2003) Firefighter killed on duty.

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1389. Ken Jutte (1959-2003) “ “ '.

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1390. Trudy Kuenning (1937-2011) NB Elementary Principal 1977-21390.

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1400. Schulenberg-Laut building in 1913

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1401. Schulenberg-Laut building in 1939 before remodeling into store.

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1402. Schulenberg-Laut building in 1940 as a Ben Franklin Store.

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1403. Presenting a photo show to Elmwood residents in 2019

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1404. with Gen Conradi and Don Gagel “ “ “.