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American Legion Green Bowl

 

Lindberg's by the River

 

1920s

AMERICAN LEGION GREEN BOWL

   

 

1950s

DISTANT VIEW

  

 

1962

07 30       GEORGE LINDBERG, MR. AND MRS.

Mr. and Mrs. George Lindberg of New Berlin, Wis., have taken over the management of the American Legion Green Bowl, according to announcement made this morning by Edward Dusowsky, commander of the Pitterle-Beaudoin Post No. 189, the American Legion.  Mr. and Mrs. Lindberg formerly operated the Red Mill in Brookfield.   WDT

 

1963

09 23       EUNICE GRUNER

Among the pleasant and topical conversation pieces in Watertown these evenings are the series of panels and a mural which Mrs. Eunice Gruner of 1010 Charles Street has done for the Pitterle-Beaudoin Post No. 189, the American Legion, for the Legion Green Bowl.  That the art work is attracting attention is stating it mildly.  Mrs. Gruner, who founded Home Town Prints, a commercial art service here and which she still heads, has done, in these latest pieces, some of her most delightful art work to date.  When she was first approached with the suggestion that she consider doing something for the walls at the remodeled Legion Green Bowl she was hesitant and reluctant, but said she would consider the request and come up with an idea in case she decided to do it.   WDT

 

   Image Portfolio   Panels and mural at Green Bowl (Lindberg’s)

 

1973

-- --          LINDBERG’S BY THE RIVER ESTABLISHED

 

c1975

          c.1975

 

       c.1975

 

2017

06 01       LINDBERG’S START OF 45TH YEAR

  

 

 

 

Cross References:

1413 Oconomowoc Ave

1973, Estab of, former Prochazka home and Green Bowl

Prochazka's Place, 1860s, Gardens, eating, became Green Bowl Lindberg’s

Prochazka, Wenzel, chapter on  

 

 

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