Indians at Stone Lake, Wis. Postcard
Public Library and Museum, Milwaukee, Wis. Postcard
Lion Bridge and Light House, Lake Park, Milwaukee, Wis. Postcard
The Auditorium, Milwaukee, Wis. Postcard
View From New State Capitol, Lookin West, Madison, Wis. Postcard
Brown County Court House, Green Bay, Wis. Postcard
I Arrived on Dec. 31, at the Hour of 3 O'Clock, I weigh 10 Pounds,...
Outer Harbor and Recreation Pier, Chicago Postcard
Inter-Lake Pulp and Paper Mills, Appleton, Wis. Postcard
New Years Greeting Postcard. Once again it's time to greet you, Friends...
Museum Vintage Postcards
Oshkosh Public Museum, Oshkosh, Wisconsin Postcard. Reconstructed turn-of-the-century firehouse and railroad depot at the Oshkosh Public Museum shows antique firefighting equipment and a completely equipped waiting foom, baggage room and telegrapher's office.
Oshkosh Public Museum, Oshkosh, Wisconsin Postcard. Apostles' Clock. This famous clock was built in 1890-1895 by Mathias Kitz, a local machinist. It still strikes hourly, when the Apostles march past the figure of Christ for his blessing.
Oshkosh Public Museum, Oshkosh, Wisconsin Postcard. Col. Robert Dickson, sent with 28 men by the British commander at Green Bay to secure the Mississipi valley and win Indian allies along the way, spent a hungry winter near Oshkosh when early storms stranded them on Garlic Island in 1813.
Oshkosh Public Museum, Oshkosh, Wisconsin Postcard. Originally the home of lumberman-industrialist Edgar P. Sawyer. The Oshkosh Public Museum collections include glass and china, natural and local history, firearms, Indian archeology and changing exhibits in the fine arts. Open all year, free. Closed Mondays.