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Alice 2016 WDTimes article
Arcade, E, 225 Watertown Greenhouse
Baxter, 728 1913, Henry Courville, saloon
Berlin Ave, 812 1913, Guetzlaff Brothers, contractor-mason
Bernard, 401 1989, Farm & Fleet, relocating to Welsh Rd
Blanchard St same as Boughton St
Boomer St Named after Lanson Boomer
Boughton, 1155 2012, Apartment fire of 12 04 2012, WHS_006_622
Boughton, 1155 2012, Apartment fire of 12 04 2012, WHS_006_622b
Breckenridge Continuation of S Twelfth St from RR tracks to city limit
Breckenridge, 1096 1910, Home of Herbert Breckenridge
Bridge, 1500 1972, King's Shield cocktail lounge owner
Cady, 704 1913, Mallow & Kaddatz, contractor-mason
Cady, E, 100 1913, Hartig, William, beer bottlers
Cady, E, 100 1954-1977, National Tea, grocery
Cady, E, 100 1950s, National Tea Co, WHS_011_300n
Cady, E, 100 1977-2007, Tom's United Foods, grocery
Cady, E, 100 2007, Breselow's Family Market, grocery
Cady, E, 118 1910, Jacob Hoeffner home, WHS_005_064
Cady, E, 200 1953, same as 401 N Second, WHS_009_925
Cady, E, 510 1915, Residence for sale
Cady, E, 512 1915, Residence for sale
Cady, E, 600 1926c, Merlin Ziebell home, 610 E Cady, WHS_011_356
Cady, E, 809 1920c, PC_249
Cady, E, 809 1920c, PC_249_portion
Cady, E, 811 1920c, PC_249
Cady, E, 811 1920c, PC_249_portion
Cady, E, 818 2014, Structural fire at
Cady, E, 900 2008, Pritzlaff home, champion tree
Cady, E, 902 1950c, WHS_008_822
Cady, E, 904 1950c, WHS_008_822
Cady, W, 101 1931, Thoma Seeder Co, WHS_009_540
Cady, W, 102 1890c, Harvesting ice, WHS_008_793
Cady, W, 102 1890c, Harvesting ice, WHS_008_792
Cady, W, 102 1890c, Harvesting ice, WHS_008_792portion
Cady, W, 102 1890c, Ice house on Cady, WHS_008_791
Cady, W, 102 1890c, Ice house on Cady, WHS_008_791portion
Cady, W, 102 1890c, Ice house on Cady, WHS_008_836
Cady, W, 102 1946c, Raasch's Bowl, WHS_011_167
Cady, W, 102 1955, Raasch Bowl, sold
Cady, W, 102 1955, Watertown Bowl established
Cady, W, 103 1875c, Wiens Brush Factory, WHS_008_732
Cady, W, 103 1890c, Brush factory, west end of Cady St bridge, WHS_009_555
Cady, W, 103 1890c, Brush factory, west end of Cady St bridge, WHS_004_NT_116
Cady, W, 103 1913, Standard Brush Co, Brush Mfgs
Cady, W, 103 1919, Schmidt & Albrecht, Samson Tractor, WHS_008_700K
Cady, W, 103 1929, Schmidt-Albrecht, Tractor ad
Cady W, 103 1940-1957, Klecker Implement, Oliver farm equipment
Cady W, 103 2015 Hertel Recycling
Cady, W, 207 Residential Historic District home
Cady, W, 213 2012, Fire, total loss of home, YouTube video
Cady, W, 307 Residential Historic District home
Cady, W, 410 1895, Fire at
Carol, 917 1950s, 917 Carol St, WHS_006_747
Carol, 917 1950s, 917 Carol St, WHS_006_748
Carr Street Controversy 1908
Center 1909c, Fourth and Center, looking north from bridge, WHS_005_189
Center, 1100 block 1872, Between North Ave and Spaulding, Sharpshooters Society
Center, 1100 Gabled ell house, cream brick 
Center, 1108 1911c, Queen Anne house, clapboard
Center, 1109 1913, Julius Graunke, pigeon hatcheries
Center, 1113 2005, WHS_005_243
Center, 1118 1913, Albert Loeffler, florist
Center, 1318 1966, Don's Rubber Stamp Shop
Charles Street 1927, Laying Sewer on, WHS_008_702
Charles Street 1927, Laying Sewer on, WHS_008_703
Charles, 916 1950c, Aerial view of, WHS_006_875
Charles, 1002 1950c, Aerial view of, WHS_006_875
Charles, 1003 1950c, Aerial view of, WHS_006_875
Charles, 1003 2013, The "castle house," Holiday Parade of Homes, WHS_006_825F
Chenango 2014, WDTimes article on naming of
Church 1910, postcard
Church, 210 1913, Simon S Mullen, music teacher
Church, 212 1913, George W Mullen, milk dealer
Church, 215 1913, Peter Connor, real estate
Church, 310 1913, Charlotte Rowlands, nurse
Church, N 2008, Reconstruction project
Church, N WHS_PC_073
Church, N, 104 1947, Philip McCarthy home
Church, N, 104 1965, Rezoning of
Church, N, 114 Cody Home
Church, N, 114 2005, Cody House, WHS_005_257
Church, N, 118 1945, Winkler's Super Service
Church, N, 118 1940s, Winkler's Filling Station, WHS_011_245
Church, N, 119 2015, PJ's Pizza
Church, N, 119 1913, John Thauer, real estate
Church, N, 119 1914, Thauer home purchased by Fred Pfieffer
Church, N, 200 block 1910c?, View to the south, winter scene, WHS_ PC_322
Church, N, 200 1940s, Gerald Barlow home, WHS_011_245
Church, N, 203 Kusel Home, Daniel Jr.
Church, N, 204 1899, Henry Donner home
Church, N, 204 Henry Donner home. Pg 26 of Jannke: Then & Now, Watertown, WI
Church, N, 205 Charles Kerr (b. 1848) home
Church, N, 205 1909, Edward Rogan home
Church, N, 206 1946, Al Rippe home
Church, N, 208 H Miller home
Church, N, 210 Edmund Sweeney home
Church, N, 216 Kusel Home, Daniel Sr.
Church, N, 216 Kusel Home, Daniel Sr.
Church, N, 216 Kusel Home, Daniel Sr.
Church, N, 216 1895, Dancing party, Jennie Kusel
Church, N, 216 1948, Brewery tunnels recalled
Church, N, 216 2008, Bottle rocket likely cause of fire
Church, N, 302 Kusel Home, Frank
Church, N, 302 Facebook image posting
Church, N, 309 Built in the early 1890s for Carl Manz, one-time partner in Hartig & Manz Brewery.
Church, N, 309 1902, Carl Manz residence, from Picturesque Watertown booklet
Church, N, 310 1913, Edna Goeldner, music teacher
Church, N, 400 block 1910c, View to north from N Church and Rock streets, WHS_001_PC_076
Church, N, 400 1895 R. Lewis residence occupied by Christopher Smith
Church, N, 409 Home of Donald D Scott
Church, N, 414 1957, Mundt Electric, City Dir ad
Church, N, 418 1909, Emil Gruel purchase Wilson home
Church, N, 420 1909, William Schimmel residence
Church, N, 501 1911, A. D. Liebermann home
Church, N, 501 1913, Abraham D Liebermann, junk dealer
Church, N, 502 1909, Roach house
Church, N, 505 1914, Tornado damage to John Evans home
Church, N, 512 1913, Mrs Amalia Krueger, grocer
Church, N, 611 1913, Jewel Tea Co, teas & coffees
Church, N, 727 Rumler residence, lone practitioner of stuffing geese
Church, N, 731 1957, Walter C Otto, Contractor, WHS_011_200S
Church, N, 739 1911, E D Stack residence
Church, N, 740 1957, Midwest Building Supply Co, WHS_011_200R
Church, N, 740 2015, WHS_009_359
Church, N, 744 1945, Garden Homes Tavern, L F Weber
Church, N, 746 1936, Garden Homes Service Station, Dixie Gas
Church, N, 749 1917, built, Karlshuegel House, prop purchased in 1854 by Carl and Margarethe Schurz
Church, N, 766 1961, Bowl-A-Fun constructed
Church, N, 770 1961, Construction of Bowl O Fun
Church, N, 771 1983, Eske's Stick 'N Brick
Church, N, 815 1957, Rock River Consumers Coop
Church, N, 815 2011, United Cooperative, WHS_006_452
Church, N, 815 2011, United Cooperative, WHS_006_453
Church, N, 815 2011, United Cooperative, WHS_006_454
Church, N, 815 2011, United Cooperative, WHS_006_455
Church, N, 815 2011, United Cooperative, WHS_006_456
Church, S 1923, Dead ended, WHS_008_427I
Church, S, 101 1957c, Paul W Klink home, WHS_008_386
Church, S, 108 1913, Thomas Hennessy, C.S.C. (Cath.), priest
Church, S, 110 Former St. Bernard's Rectory, now Convent
Church, S, 110 Former St. Bernard's Rectory, now Convent, WHS_006_474
Church, S, 114 Solliday Home, St. Bernard's Convent, now Rectory & parish offices
Church, S, 114 Solliday home, now St. Bernard's rectory, Xmas card, WHS_005_900
Church, S, 114 Solliday home, now St. Bernard's rectory, WHS_005_902
Church, S, 114 Solliday home, side view of property, WHS_005_901
Church, S, 114 Solliday home, online image
Church, S, 212 1909, Andrew Mullen purchased property
Church, S, 300 1894, William Quentmeyer, monuments, WHS_006_522
Church, S, 302 2006, WHS_005_563
Church, S, 305-309 1888, Ad, Valerius Horses, WHS_008_469C
Church, S, 305-309 1890, Valerius Horse Importing & Exporting, Weltburger, 05 31 1890, WHS_005_865
Church, S, 423 1962, Pure Oil Service Station opened
Church, S, 625 2008, McDonald's fire
Church, S, 1718 1997, Tires Plus
Cleveland, 614 Built 1851, Christian Schmutzler home, side gabled home, brick and concrete block
Cleveland, 617 Gabled ell house, brick 
Cleveland, 925 2013, WHS_006_760 
Clyman, 401 1860, Coe lumber yard opened
Clyman, 401 1895, Theo. Huber's lumber yard
Clyman, 401 1913, Watertown Lumber & Coal Co, coal & wood
Clyman, 407 1970c, Markl Body Shop, WHS_008_401
Clyman, 504 1887c, Home of S R Sleeper, WHS_005_167
Clyman, 504 1909, Joseph Wright home
Clyman, 509 1913, John Chapman, insurance agent
Clyman, 510 1895, Cave in while laying sewer drain
Clyman, 510 1902, Wiggenhorn, home of, WHS_008_483
Clyman, 513 1909, H T Eberle home
Clyman, 600 block View to the east, Fred Gamm residence, WHS_PC_085
Clyman, 600 block View to the east, Fred Gamm residence, WHS_PC_088, same as WHS_PC_085
Clyman, 600 1902, Fred Gamm residence,  Picturesque Watertown
Clyman, 600 2012, former Fred Gamm residence, WHS_006_558b
Clyman, 600 2012, former Fred Gamm residence, WHS_006_559
Clyman, 600 2012, former Fred Gamm residence, WHS_006_559b
Clyman, 600 2012, former Fred Gamm residence, WHS_006_559c
Clyman, 601 1915, McGolrick home sold to Edward Schempf
Clyman, 611 1986, Schumacher home
Clyman, 700 block 1887c, Home of J H Sleeper, WHS_005_166
Clyman, 703 1914, W. D. Sproesser, M/M
Clyman, 703 1953, Former Sproesser home sold, became St. Joseph's Home for the Aged
Clyman, 705 2004, Former St. Joseph's Home becomes Landmark Building
Clyman, 802 Prentiss Home
Clyman, 802 1902, Prentiss home, WHS_008_478
Clyman, 802 Theodore Prentiss residence, WHS_006_940
Clyman, 802 Theodore Prentiss residence, 1902, from Picturesque Watertown booklet
Clyman, 802 Theodore Prentiss residence, Clyman and Pritchard Streets
Clyman, 803 1911c, John Schempf home, WHS_001_PC_091
Clyman, 803 1920, John Schempf home, WHS_006_969
Clyman, 803 John Schempf (sitting outside home?), WHS_006_965
Clyman, 810 WHS_001_PC_095
Clyman, 810 WHS_001_PC_141
Clyman, 810 WHS_001_PC_144
Clyman, 810 2005, WHS_005_233
Clyman, 901-903 1902, Residence of E W Schultz, Picturesque Watertown booklet
Clyman, 901-903 1902c, Residence of E W Schultz, PC_086
Clyman, 901-903 1902, Residence of E W Schultz, AHI record
Clyman, 907 William Sproesser home
Clyman, 910 Home built by John Cole
Clyman, 914 1913, Leonard A Willenbockel, architect
Clyman, 914 1956, Home of Charles A Kading
Cole, 207 1914c, Theodore Lotz home, WHS_009_773
Cole, 308 1912, Home sold
Cole, 504 1913, Gerhard Francke, (Moravian), minister
Cole, 510 Moravian Church (previously at 609 Cole)
Cole, 609 Original site, Moravian Church (now 510 Cole St)
Cole, 611 SW corner Sixth & Cole, WHS_006_757
Cole, 611 SW corner Sixth & Cole, WHS_006_758
Cole, 812 1913, John Dobler, milk dealer
Cole, 821 2010, Parade of Homes
College Ave c.1905, WHS_008_182
College Ave, 109 Nichels Home, WHS_004_NT_128
College Ave, 109 1890s, Nichels Home, WHS_004_NT 026
College Ave, 109 1911, Nichels Home, My First Picture, WHS_004_NT_006
College Ave, 109 1912, Nichels Home, My First Picture, WHS_004_NT_007
College Ave, 110 1908, E. B. Volkman, real estate & insurance, WHS 999 009
College Ave, 221 1920, Fred W Gamm home
College Ave, 307 1957, Milton Collman, real estate broker, WHS_011_200L
College Ave, 427 1913, John Schatz, contractor-carpenter
College Ave, 427 1913, Gertrude Schatz, dressmaker
Concord Ave, S 1848c, J J Toussant, saloon
Concord Ave, S 1854, or later, WHS_007_KR128
Concord Ave, S c.1900, Richards Hill Addition, WHS_006_981
Concord Ave, S c.1900, Richards Hill Addition, WHS_008_170
Concord Ave, S 1904,  Distant view, WHS_007_KR173
Concord Ave, S 1910c, Distant view, WHS_005_1000
Concord, S 1914c, View from Richard's Hill, WHS_009_583
Concord Ave, S 1918, Below Octagon House, seen from across Rough & Ready dam
Concord Ave, S 1944, View from Octagon House, Rock River, WHS_PC_101
Concord Ave, S 1982, James B Quirk home, former saloon
Concord Ave, 485 1913, William Fredrich, milk dealer
Conrad, 461 1913, John Gaenz, milk dealer
Crest Line Ave South Oak Hill Cemetery, original entrance, WHS_006_569
Dewey, 123 1913, Erna Rose, nurse
Dewey, 400 1913, William Rohde, contractor-carpenter
Dewey, 400 1954, Centennial Parade, WHS_009_276
Dewey, 400 1954, Centennial Parade, WHS_009_268
Dewey, 400 1954, Centennial Parade, WHS_009_269
Dewey, 400 1954, Centennial Parade, WHS_009_270
Dewey, 400 1954, Centennial Parade, WHS_009_271
Dewey, 400 1954, Centennial Parade, WHS_009_272
Dewey, 400 1954, Centennial Parade, WHS_009_273
Dewey, 400 1954, Centennial Parade, WHS_009_274
Dewey, 400 1954, Centennial Parade, WHS_009_275
Dewey, 405 1913, William Riebe, contractor-carpenter
Dewey, 421 1957, Schlueter Plumbing & Heating, WHS_011_200P
Division, 102 1913, John Habhegger Co, cheese mfg & dlr-wholesale, cold storage
Division, 104 1899, Habhegger Cold Storage Co, WHS_006_681
Division, 104 1899, Habhegger Cold Storage Co, WHS_006_682
Division, 104 Habhegger Cold Storage Co
Division, 104 Royal Meat Market, closed 1981
Division, 104 Johnsonville pig slaughter house
Division, 212 1874, original First Baptist church
Division, 212 1874, First Baptist Church, WHS_009_294a
Division, 214 1913, Frankk S Goergens, (Baptist), minister
Division, 222 Gabled ell house, brick 
Division, 414 1913, Lena Hilker, dressmaker
Division, 415 1913, Mrs Anna H Schoechert, grocer
Division, 506 1913, Gustav Zillmer, milk dealer
Division, 605 Oscar Maerzke home, one of
Division, 811 1913, Dierksmeier, Emilie, dressmaker
Division, 813 1913, Laura Eifert, dressmaker
Division, 900 block 1911, Sidewalk issue
Dodge, 106 1953, WHS_009_982
Dodge, 800 block 1989, Watertown High School, WHS_005_230
East Gate Drive, N3082 1960s, Ed Raue, golf course
Eighth, 215 1913, Thomas Grundy, (Adventist), minister
Eighth, 508 1913, Bruederbotschafter Der, newspaper
Eighth, 1011 1913, Charles Ziebell, draymen
Eighth, N, 303 1913, Watertown Poster Advertising Co, bill posters
Eighth, N, 315 1913, Emma Bernhard, music teacher
Eighth, N, 415 1913, Herman G Zickert, contractor-carpenter
Eighth, S 1915, Paved between Main and Western Ave
Eighth, S, 107 1964 Charles Haven home, WHS_008_146
Eighth, S, 213 1872, German Adventist Church built
Eighth, S, 213 1885, German Adventist Church, Birdseye map showing location
Eighth, S, 213 2008, German Adventist Church, WHS_005_885
Eighth, S, 213 2008, German Adventist Church, WHS_005_886
Eighth, S, 213 2008, German Adventist Church, WHS_005_887
Eighth, S, 215 1913, Grundy, Thomas (Adventist), minister, parsonage?
Eighth, S, 316 Schulz home
Eighth, S, 408 1957, Janisch Roofing, WHS_011_200H
Eighth, S, 504 Nack home, WHS_005_483
Eighth, S, 505 1982, Watertown High School, WHS_005_232
Eighth, S, 505 1989, Watertown High School, WHS_005_230
Eighth, S, 505 1955c, Watertown High School, WHS_006_415
Eighth, S, 601 1909, William Scheel home, WHS_001_PC_047
Eighth, S, 601 1909, Backyard of William Scheel home, WHS_001_PC_464
Eighth, S, 601 1909, Backyard of William Scheel home, WHS_001_PC_463
Eighth, S, 802 William King home
Eighth, S, 802 William King home, WHS_001_PC_143
Eighth, S, 810 1952, Home of Max Rohr, Sr.
Eighth, S, 1115 1957, Bert Schoonover, Heating/Refrig
Elizabeth, 305 1935, George Fred Keck built first solar house in Watertown, Wilde residence 
Elizabeth, 319 1913, William Laabs, contractor-mason, gabled ell house, brick
Elm, 310 1913, Julia Otto, dressmaker, home built c1908, cube style house, brick 
Elm, 702 1913, Ira L Henry Co, paper boxes-manufacturer
Elm, 702 1940s, Henry Co. Box Factory, distant view, 702 Elm St, WHS_011_362
Emerald, 106 1913, Sprenger & Gruel, contractor-carpenter, Dutch colonial revival, clapboard, gambrel roof
Emerald, 419 1913, Willenbockel, Henry & Sons, contractor-carpenter
Emmet 1897, Intersection with S Washington, cave in of street
Emmet, 708 1914, Home of John O’Neill
Fifth, 107 1913, Doerr & Leschinger, plumbers
Fifth, 112 1913, John F Dornfeld, malting machinery mfg
Fifth, 112-114 1906, Drew Manufacturing, litter carriers
Fifth, 115 1945, Niehoff Heating, Walter B Niehoff
Fifth, 214 1913, Mrs Elizabeth Green, music teacher
Fifth, 701 1913, Charles Faust, chiropractor
Fifth, 1014 1913, McGolrick Fuel Co, coal & wood
Fifth, N, 107-111 1900, Reinhold Zautner, blacksmith shop and res
Fifth, N, 107-115 1902, Ed Gnatzig carriage house
Fifth, N, 109 1948, Reichardt home, WHS_006_720
Fifth, N, 109 1962, Property purchase proposed
Fifth, N, 109 1970, Hilary Reichardt home, WHS_006_704
Fifth, N, 109 1970, Home of Hilary G. Reichardt, WHS_006_709
Fifth, N, 109 1970, Reichardt family home, WHS_006_710
Fifth, N, 109 1970, Home of Hilary G. Reichardt, WHS_006_711
Fifth, N, 110 1964, Mrs. August Henze, parking purposes
Fifth, N, 201 1886, German Methodist Episcopal Church (Wesley), WHS_008_369
Fifth, N, 201 1920s, German Methodist Episcopal Church (Wesley), WHS_006_973
Fifth, N, 201 1970, German Methodist Episcopal Church (Wesley), WHS_006_710
Fifth, N, 201 German ME Church
Fifth, N, 201 1895c, German Methodist in distance, WHS_006_751
Fifth, N, 201 1970, German Methodist Episcopal Church (Wesley), WHS_006_709
Fifth, N, 207 1913, William F Beyer, (M.E.), minister
Fifth, N, 314 1913, T Herman Eggers, (Evang. Luth.), minister
Fifth, N, 315 1886, St. John's Luth, WHS_008_369
Fifth, N, 315 1907, St. John's, razing of the steeple, WHS_009_609
Fifth, N, 411 1912, Arthur G Meyer, piano tuner, ad, WHS_006_556
Fifth, N, 411 1913, Arthur G Meyer, piano tuner
Fifth, N, 412 1911, Salick home, purchased by Henry Fendt
Fifth, N, 412 2010, Packer House
Fifth, S 1875, George Mathes barn, corner of Fifth and Spring
Fifth, S 1908c, Interurban (PC_097)
Fifth, S 1909, Looking north
Fifth, S 1910, Winter Scene, WHS_002_PC_314
Fifth, S, 108-116 1924, Address in 1924 city directory
Fifth, S, 109 1950, Cain Beauty Shop, WHS_006_784C
Fifth, S, 109-111 1909, Dr. A H Hartwig, Veterinarian & Hospital, chapter on
Fifth, S, 109-111 1911, Dr. A H Hartwig, Veterinarian & Hospital
Fifth, S, 109-111 1912, Hartwig, Comber, Arzberger Co, WG ad 05-23-1912, WHS_999_042
Fifth, S, 109-111 1913, Comber Hartwig, Arzberger Co, vet surgeons, Watertown Veterinary Hospital
Fifth, S, 109-111 1913, Farmers' Veterinary Advisor, newspaper
Fifth, S, 109-111 1921, A H Hartwig veterinary complex, interurban passing, WHS_005_183
Fifth, S, 111 1906, Kehr Bros est.
Fifth, S, 111 1962, William J. (Old Bill) Raue, sign shop
Fifth, S, 211-213 1940, Nowack Funeral Home, WHS_006_532
First, S, 206 1945, Butch's Terminal Tavern
Fifth, S, 309 Max H Gaebler home
Fifth, S, 311 1928, First Baptist church completed
Fifth, S, 311 1982, First Baptist church, WHS_009_294
Fifth, S, 413 Gaston Home, chapter on
Fifth, S, 413 Habhegger Home, chapter on
Fifth, S, 413 1902, Habhegger Home, WHS_008_473
Fifth, S, 500 First Church of Christ Scientists, gift prop of Off in 1906
Fifth, S, 500 1967, Seventh-Day Adventist, purchased from Christian Science Soc
Fifth, S, 505 1989, River Valley Alliance Church organized
Fifth, S, 507 2005, WHS_005_245
Fifth, S, 512 Herman Grube home
Fifth, S, 601 2005, WHS_005_252
Fifth, S, 700 1990 Hoida home
Fifth, S, 1000 1913, Albert Neitzel, saloon
Fifth, S, 1023-1027 1913, Chicago, Milwaukee & St Paul Ry, railroad
Fifth, S, 1301 2007, Two-alarm warehouse fire
First Street 1858, Macadamizing of 
First, 102 1913, Watertown Telephone Co
First, 110 1913, Eugenia Abele, stenographer-public
First, 111 1913, Herman T G Hippler, saloon
First, 201 1913, Mrs Lena Haney, fancy goods
First, 206 1913, William Roark, saloon
First, 207 1913, Clara Jacobson, dressmaker
First, 515 1913, E A Mendenhall & Sons, electric lighting & supplies, well drillers
First, 600 1913, J T Heon Co, cutlery mfg
First, N, 100 block 1895c, east and west sides of, WHS_005_127
First, N, 100 block 1900c, West side, WHS_008_697
First, N, 100 block 1900c, WHS_009_877
First, N, 100 block 1925, East side of, WHS_009_295
First, N, 102 1913, James F Prentiss, real estate
First, N, 102 1913, William H Woodard, lawyer
First, N, 102 1913, Charles J Wenck, insurance agent
First, N, 102 1913, Riverview Land Co, real estate
First, N, 102 1860, Paulfranz & Rudloff shaving and hair cutting saloon 
First, N, 102-104 1897c, Samuel B Fuller, sewing machines, WHS_005_262
First, N, 103 1957, Harold Hartwig, lawyer, WHS_011_200Z
First, N, 104 1857, City Jewelry Store ?
First, N, 104 1913, American Express Co
First, N, 104 1957, Niemann & Hibbard, WHS_011_200Z
First, N, 104 1957c, Niemann & Hibbard, 1950s-70s city assessor image, WHS_006_008b
First, N, 104 1988, Diversified Personnel Services, opening of
First, N, 106 1892, Daub’s Beer Hall and restaurant, Henry Daub propr
First, N, 106 Daub's Hotel
First, N, 106 Daub's Hotel
First, N, 106 1897c, Daub's Hotel, WHS_005_262
First, N, 106 1895c, Daub's Hotel, signage, WHS_005_127
First, N, 106 1913, William Dahms (sp?), saloon
First, N, 107 1913, Frank X Schwartz, insurance agent
First, N, 107 1913, Fred C Haney, physician
First, N, 107 1913, Sproesser-Conway Loan & Inv Co, loans & investments
First, N, 110 City Hall
First, N, 110 1899, City Hall, Decorated with banners, WHS_008_717
First, N, 110 1890, City Hall, Weltburger, 06 07 1890, drawing, WHS_005_867
First, N, 110 1897c, City Hall, WHS_005_262; this building removed in 1968
First, N, 110 1895c, City Hall, WHS_005_127
First, N, 110 1910c, City Hall, 110 N First
First, N, 110 1911, later than, after new  street lights installed, 112 N First. WHS_006_347
First, N, 110 1950s, Rear of bldg, WHS_006_115
First, N, 110 1953, City Hall, Fire Prevention Week, WHS_006_136
First, N, 110 1957c, City Hall, WHS_006_008b
First, N, 110 1963, Bank of Watertown acquired City Hall property
First, N, 110 1967, Old City Hall (owned in '67 by Chas. Fischer & Co.)
First, N, 110 1968, Demolition of City Hall, WHS_006_504
First, N, 110 1986, Prior to demoliton, City Hall, WHS_006_503
First, N, 111 Signage for Hotel Daubs Sample Room, WHS_006_305
First, N, 111 1902, Wilkowski Brothers, cigar mfg, WHS_008_608
First, N, 111 1906, Wilkowski Bros, cigar manufactory, cartoonish drawing, WDT series, WHS_005_441
First, N, 111 1913, Wilkowski Brothers, cigar mfg
First, N, 111 1945, Minning Liquor
First, N, 111 1956, Minning Liquor, WHS_009_937
First, N, 111 1961, Minning Liquor, demoltion of, WHS_006_009c
First, N, 111 1961, Minning Liquor, demoltion of
First, N, 111 1962c, Merchants National Bank, WHS_009_936
First, N, 111 1976, Merchants National Bank, WHS_009_941
First, N, 111 1976, Merchants National Bank, WHS_009_942
First, N, 111 1976, Merchants National Bank, WHS_005_300
First, N, 112 1917c, Fire truck leaving station at City Hall, WHS_006_Semrich_101
First, N, 116 Livery, George Evans, Images, Watertown Historical Society_PC_065
First, N, 116 1897c, Livery, George Evans, WHS_005_262
First, N, 116 1895c, George Evans Livery, signage, WHS_005_127
First, N, 116 1909, Most likely site of John Thauer's livery, disposed of in 1909
First, N, 116 Livery, Herman Schmidt operator
First, N, 116-118 1899, Evans Livery, WHS_008_717
First, N, 116-118 1904, Cebell and Son, WHS_008_140b
First, N, 116-118 1907, Cebell and Son, WHS_009_975B
First, N, 116-118 1913, H J Krueger & Son, livery stable
First, N, 116-118 1917c, Krueger livery, Fire truck leaving station, WHS_006_Semrich_101
First, N, 116-118 1936, H J Krueger & Son, livery stable, WHS_005_WPD_006
First, N, 116-118 1950s, DJCGS_001_440os
First, N, 116-118 1950s, Rear of building, WHS_008_358
First, N, 116-118 1950s, Rear of bldg, WHS_006_115
First, N, 116-118 1955, Krueger, H J & Son, Livery, WHS_006_232
First, N, 116-118 1956, Meyer Ambulance Service, WHS_009_935
First, N, 116-118 1957, Meyer Ambulance Service, Ad, CityDir001.jpg
First, N, 116-118 1965, Meyer Ambulance Service, Relocation of
First, N, 116-118 1967, Meyer Ambulance Service (former livery), WHS_006_820
First, N, 116-118 1986, Prior to demoliton, Meyer Ambulance
First, N, 117 1888, Concordia Opera House, Construction of, WHS_008_658
First, N, 117 1888, compared to 2015, WHS_008_658B
First, N, 117 1888, Construction of, WHS_008_469
First, N, 117 1895c, Concordia Opera House, WHS_005_127
First, N, 117 1917c, Elks Club, Fire truck leaving station, WHS_006_Semrich_101
First, N, 117 1925, East side of, WHS_009_295
First, N, 117 1975, Elk's Club, WHS_005_300
First, N, 122-124 1902, Jossi Cheese Store, Picturesque Watertown booklet, WHS_006_937
First, N, 122-124 1911, Jossi Cheese Co, Ad, WHS_009_592
First, N, 122-124 1913, Jossi Cheese Co, cheese mfg & dlr-wholesale
First, N, 122-124 1920s, Jossi Cheese Co, WHS_008_186
First, N, 122-124 1950s, DJCGS_001_440os
First, N, 122-124 1950s, Watertown Cold StorageRear of bldg, WHS_006_115
First, N, 122-124 1951, Watertown Cold Storage, distant view, WHS_006_744
First, N, 122-124 1951, Marek Distributing Co, Watertown Cold Storage, WHS_009_944
First, N, 122-124 1967, Watertown Cold Storage
First, N, 122-124 1986, Watertown Cold Storage, prior to demoliton, WHS_006_503
First, N, 204 1951, Karl Gallert home, WHS_009_945
First, N, 214 Fuermann Home, August Sr., Chapter on
First, N, 214 1913, Emilie Bursinger, Mrs, boarding house
First, N, 214 1957c, Fuermann Home, WHS_009_946
First, S, to Dodge St 1858, Improvement of, broken stone
First, S, 100 block 1897c, Backs of buildingson west side of street, WHS_008_190
First, S, 100 block 1897c, Backs of buildingson west side of street, WHS_008_204
First, S, 100 block, west side of 1899, Harvest Jubilee & Carnival, WHS_007_KR118
First, S, 100 block 1910c, Beloit Boosters road trip to Watertown, WHS_005_103
First, S, 100 block 2014, WHS_008_135
First, S, 101 1958, Young's Barber Shop, Clarence Young
First, S, 104 1893, Simon & Waite Livery, became Fredrich Livery, WHS_008_394B
First, S, 104 1897, City dir, Al Fredrich Livery and boarding stable, 1902 pic
First, S, 105 1913, Edward Warner, barber
First, S, 107 1899, Western Union Telegraph. Ella E Rogan, mgr
First, S, 107 1906, Western Union Telegraph told to move out; room intended for P.O. distributing room
First, S, 107 1910c, Western Union Telegraph, Beloit Boosters visit, WHS_005_103
First, S, 107 1913, Western Union Telegraph
First, S, 108-110 1911, Copeland-Roach Motor Co, Rambler motor car
First, S, 108-110 1909, Copeland-Roach Motor Co.purchased former fire engine & emergency hospital bldg
First, S, 108-110 1909 ad, WHS_008_318a
First, S, 108-110 1912, Roach Garage, WHS_006_557d
First, S, 108-110 1913, Copeland-Roach Motor Co (Rambler), auto dealer, repair, supplies
First, S, 108-110 1913, Roach Garage, garages
First, S, 110 1915, Whitmore & Persson Garage, WHS_008_327c
First, S, 110 1915, Whitmore & Persson Garage, parkage at motor hotel, WHS_008_389
First, S, 110 1915, Watertown Gazette relocates above Whitmore & Persson Garage
First, S, 110 1919, Whitmore Garage, H. C. Whitmore, WHS_008_363C
First, S, 111-115 1886, WHS_005_655
First, S, 111-115 1866, Farmers’ Hotel
First, S, 111-115 1872, Watertown House
First, S, 111-115 1877-86, Mannegold and Co., prop'rs. rebuilt
First, S, 111-115 1886, Commerical Hotel, Mannegold & Co., Prop'rs, was rebuilt in 1877
First, S, 111-115 1889, Commercial Hotel, Weltburger, 08 10 1889, drawing, WHS_005_870
First, S, 111-115 1897, Commercial Hotel
First, S, 111-115 1898, Commercial Hotel, WHS_009_248
First, S, 111-115 1898, Seen in distance
First, S, 111-115 1902, from Picturesque Watertown booklet
First, S, 111-115 1910c, Commercial Hotel, Beloit Boosters visit, WHS_005_103
First, S, 111-115 1910, Commercial Hotel
First, S, 111-115 WHS_006_588
First, S, 111-115 1920s, Commercial Hotel
First, S, 111-115 1920s, Commercial Hotel
First, S, 111-115 1957c, Carlton Hotel, WHS_009_947
First, S, 111-115 1963, Duke's Bar in the Hotel Carlton
First, S, 111-115 1970, Carlton House Hotel, WHS_008_378
First, S, 111-115 1986, Floyd's Barber Shop, closing of
First, S, 111-115 1986, "Rico's," Parish's Barber Shop, opening of
First, S, 111-115 2003,  Carlton House Apartment Hotel
First, S, 111-115 1975, Carlton Hotel, rear of, compared to 2014, WHS_008_217
First, S, 111-115 Chapter, Commercial Hotel
First, S, 112 1865, Bldg owned by Henry Graves, F. Meyer as a grocery store, fire at
First, S, 112 1954c, Western Union, WHS_009_948
First, S, 112 1955, Western Union Telegraph Co
First, S, 112 1955, Parking ramp proposed
First, S, 112-116 1954c, Wethonkitha Club, WHS_009_948
First, S, 114 pre 1903, Specht’s harness shop
First, S, 114 1905, Edward Specht, harnessmaker, , WHS_008_204
First, S, 114 1913, Edward Specht, harnessmakers
First, S, 114 1970, WHS_008_362
First, S, 114 2005, Riverside Creations, WHS_005_214, WDT article
First, S, 114 2005, Image of building, WHS_005_215
First, S, 114 2008, River's Edge Expresso & Café
First, S, 114 1954c, Strauss Cleaners, WHS_009_948
First, S, 116 1903, Site of first hospital
First, S, 116 Wethonkitha Club
First, S, 116 1970, Wethonkitha Club, WHS_008_365
First, S, 116 1970, Wethonkitha Club, WHS_008_600
First, S, 116 2005, Wethonkitha Club, WHS_005_214, WDT article
First, S, 116 2005, Wethonkitha Club, Image of building, WHS_005_215
First, S, 116 2005, The River's Edge
First, S, 200 1919, Klinger & Mayer Co., WHS_008_720B
First, S, 200-202 1897c, Albert Fredrich, livery stable, WHS_008_190
First, S, 200-202 1913, Albert Fredrich, livery stable
First, S, 200-202 1905, Fredrich Livery, WHS_008_205
First, S, 200-202 1905, Fredrich Livery, WHS_008_204
First, S, 200-202 1921, prior to, Al Fredrich Livery, horses
First, S, 200-202 1921, Edward Schnitger Livery, autos
First, S, 200-202 1951, Tatge Co, Ad, Studebaker Sales & Service, WHS_011_300b
First, S, 200-202 1959, Schmidt's Studebaker-Packard, WHS_009_950
First, S, 200-202 1959, Lohman-Schmidt Used Cars, WHS_009_950
First, S, 201 1898, William Jones Carriage Painting Shop, WHS_009_248
First, S, 201 1908 pre, William E Jones, carriage painting
First, S, 206 1895c, William Cruez saloon, WHS_KR_136
First, S, 206 1953, Butch's Terminal Tavern, WHS_009_953
First, S, 206 1959, Happy's Terminal Tavern, WHS_009_950
First, S, 206 1972, Elmo & Myrt's Tap, WHS_006_696
First, S, 206 1984, became American Legion Post, Pitterle-Beaudoin
First, S, 217, approx 1860, D. S. Gibbs, Coopering
First, S, 208 1909, Blacksmith shop sold to George Sell, by W W Owen [South is assumed]
First, S, 208 1913, George Sell,  horseshoer [South is assumed]
First, S, 208 1953, Krebs Bldg relocated to in 2001, WHS_009_955
First, S, 208 2001, Krebs store, moved to, from 606 E Main
First, S, 208 2011, Triana's Trophy Case, moved to 209 W Main
First, S, 209 1966, Grinwald service and sales office, Watertown Auto Sales
First, S, 212 1950s, S & R Furniture
First, S, 212 1953, Foster & Foster, Inc, roofers, WHS_009_955
First, S, 212-214 1910, Bramer & Wolff, WHS_006_510
First, S, 212-214 1910, Bramer & Wolff, WHS_006_511
First, S, 212-214 1913, L W Wolff & Co, farm implements, dealer
First, S, 213 1953 , WHS_009_972
First, S, 214 1953, Hornburg Motors Body Shop, WHS_009_955
First, S, 217 1953c, Lorraine Campbell home, WHS_009_973
First, S, 218 1913, New Method Laundry, WHS_002_PC_333
First, S, 218 1909, New Method Laundry, Dieter and Ullrich proprietors
First, S, 218 1915, New Method Laundry, Dieter and Ullrich proprietors
First, S, 218 1920, New Method Laundry purchased by Archie Brothers Monument
First, S, 218 1954, Archie Brothers Monuments, WHS_006_954
First, S, 218 1956, Archie Brothers Monument Co, WHS_009_974
First, S, 218 2014, River City Psychological Services, WHS_006_954
First, S, 220-222 Hutson-Braun Lumber Co (upper left)
First, S, 220-222 1951, Hutson-Braun Lumber Co, WHS_009_975
First, S, 220 1957, Hutson-Braun Lumber Co, WHS_011_200T
First, S, 222 1900-08c, Barker Lumber & Fuel, WHS_009_296
First, S, 222 1912, Chapter on, Barker Lumber office built
First, S, 222 1913, Barker Lumber, lumber dealer, wallboard, cement, plaster, coal, roofing
First, S, 222 1915, Barker Lumber, fire
First, S, 224 1917, Liggett & Meyer Tobacco, Watertown Leaf Dept, time of Barker fire, WHS_005_606
First, S, 303 1955c, Mrs. Esther Bobholz, WHS_009_976
First, S, 305 1953c, Earl & Elva Stofflet, WHS_009_977
First, S, 309-311 1955, Watertown Implement Co property
First, S, 311 1960, Easy Wash Laundry, WHS_009_981
First, S, 311 2008, Salsa's Restaurant
First, S, 311 2009, Salsa's Mexican and Intl Cuisine, closing of
First, S, 311 2010, Dorothy's Pizza, opening of
First, S, 314 1895, Phillip Heinrichs' furniture factory
First, S, 314 1913, Pinkerton Tobacco Co, leaf tobacco
First, S, 314 1965, Liggett and Myers, tobacco leaf warehouse
First, S, 400-417 1908, Lehmann & Schroeder warehouse
First, S, 410 1957, 7-UP bottling Co, WHS_011_200D
First, S, 416-422 1890, Watertown Shoe Factory, Weltburger, 03 29 1890, drawing, WHS_005_862
First, S, 416-422 1890, Watertown Shoe Factory, Weltburger, 06 07 1890, drawing, WHS_005_866
First, S, 416-422 1902, Brandt-Dent Co, from Picturesque Watertown booklet
First, S, 416-422 1909, Brandt-Dent Co, gas & electric light fixture mfgs
First, S, 416 1957c, Owen Glove Lining Co, WHS_009_983
First, S, 416 1981, Owen Glove Lining Co, WHS_005_986
First, S, 416 1981, Owen Glove Lining Co, chapter on
First, S, 418-504 1913, Brandt Cashier Co, cash registers
First, S, 418-504 1957c, Brandt Automatic Cashier Co, WHS_009_983
First, S, 507 1988, Purchased by city for offices
First, S, 507 1988, Sold by Brandt, Inc., becomes the park and recreation dept
First, S, 514 1905, R P Koenig, flour mill, chapter on
First, S, 514 1900c, Koenig Mill, R P Koenig, WHS_006_985
First, S, 514 1910c, Koenig Flour Mill, WHS_008_654
First, S, 514 c1945, Jaeger Milling Co, advertisement, WHS_005_348
First, S, 514 c1945, Jaeger Milling Co, advertisement, WHS_005_349
First, S, 514 2000, Watertown Senior Center
First, S, 515 1913, E A Mendenhall & Sons, heating, hot water, steam heating, pumps, windmills
First, S, 515 1988, Purchased by city for offices
First, S, 515 1988, Removed for parking lot
First, S, 600 1873, Smith & Bennett's Machine Shop, J B Bennett
First, S, 600 1913, J T Heon Co, electro plating, plating-all kinds
First, S, 600 Bickett Rubber Co, L. M. Bickett
First, S, 600 1951, Bickett, L M Co, WHS_009_999
First, S, 600 1951, Bickett, L M Co, Floor plan, WHS_009_999B
First, S, 600 1957, L M Bickett Co, rubber goods
First, S, 600-616 1983, Parking lot, plan for, Watertown Senior Center
First, S, 601 1961c, Schlei Olds, WHS_011_004
First, S, 605 1957c, Henry Duerr home, WHS_011_005
First, S, 610 1951, Johnson Signs, Ad, WHS_011_300i
First, S, 610 1951, Clarence Bostwick home, WHS_011_006
First, S, 611 1953, Bryon Miller home, WHS_011_007
First, S, 616 (approx) 1983, Plans for parking lot
First, S, 617 1890c, Peter J Euper, Inn and residence, WHS_005_394
First, S, 617 1913, Rudolph Maede, boarding house, saloon
First, S, 617 1940s, Euper's Inn, service star flag on door, Hartig's sign, WHS_005_462
First, S, 617 1945, Tri Hour Tavern, WHS_005_394
First, S, 617 1951, Exchange Hotel moved to, WHS_011_008
First, S, 617 2006, M&M Bar, WHS_005_777
First, S, 617 1/2 1945, Mrs Annette Euper, WHS_005_394
First, S, 701 1959c, Roland Ruesch, WHS_009_986
First, S, 705 1953c, Arthur Blasing, WHS_009_987
First, S, 711 1961, Leonard Timm home, WHS_009_988
First, S, 806 1896, Construction of central water works plant, NT046_Water_Works_Plant_1896
First, S, 806 1910c, Waterworks plant, WHS_009_260
First, S, 806 2003, Water Department office, closed as of Nov 3, 2003
First, S, 806 2016, Demolition of old central water treatment plant, WHS_011_047
First, S, 806 2016, Demolition of old central water treatment plant, WHS_011_048
First, S, 812 1890, Kunert Manufacturing, Weltburger, 04 26 1890, drawing of, WHS_005_864
First, S, 812 1909c, Kunert Manufacturing, WHS_007_KR027
First, S, 812 1913, Dornfeld-Kunert Co, boiler makers, gas producers, iron founders, machine shop
First, S, 812 1913, Watertown Steel & Iron Co, steel construction
First, S, 812 1916, Monarch Tractor Co; formerly Dornfeld-Kunert; later street dept garage
First, S, 812 1950, Otto Biefeld Corp, WHS_011_232
First, S, 812 1957c, Otto Biefeld Corp, WHS_011_233
First, S, 812 1975c, Monarch Tractor site, WHS_008_410
Fourth, 204 1913, August F Kureger, live stock
Fourth, 302 1929, William Raue home
Fourth, 413 1913, Mrs Emma A Stiemke, boarding house
Fourth, 705 1910, Hoermann sold to Gahlmann
Fourth, N 1906, laying brick on
Fourth, N, 100 1948 drawing of, showing German immigrant architecture
Fourth, N, 100 block 1948, WHS_006_723, same date as drawing
Fourth, N, 110 1910c, White Owl Club clubhouse, Alex Hardie drawing
Fourth, N, 111 1899c – 1908c, George Gamm grocery
Fourth, N, 111 1913, Herman T Nowack, grocer
Fourth, N, 111 1910c, Nowack Grocery, interior view, WHS_008_256
Fourth, N, 111 1942, Winkenwerder Radio Service
Fourth, N, 111 1945, Schonath Clearners
Fourth, N, 111 1970-76, Lee Edwards Cleaners, rear of bldg, WHS_006_542
Fourth, N, 111 1975, Edwards Cleaners, Lee Edwards, WHS_005_273
Fourth, N, 111 1976c, Edwards Cleaners, Lee Edwards, WHS_008_215
Fourth, N, 111 1979, Edwards Cleaners, Chapter on
Fourth, N, 111 1989, Minar Business Machines
Fourth, N, 111 1991, Minar's move from, to 108 S. Sixth
Fourth, N, 111 2012, Micronet, rear of bldg, WHS_006_543
Fourth, N, 111 2012, Micronet, rear of bldg, WHS_006_543_combo
Fourth, N, 112 1913, Kehr Brothers, contractor-heating, machine shop, vacuum cleaning sys
Fourth, N, 112 1918c, Kehr Bros., WHS_009_339
Fourth, N, 112 1957, Watertown Memorial Co, WHS_011_200S
Fourth, N, 112 1975, Watertown Memorial Co, monuments, WHS_005_272
Fourth, N, 113 1913, Singer Sewing Machines
Fourth, N, 113 Wepco Printing
Fourth, N, 115 1867c-1883c, Emil Gaebler Music Store
Fourth, N, 115 1895c, Theodore Dobbratz, Painting, WHS_008_686_compare
Fourth, N, 115 1895c, Theodore Dobbratz, Painting, WHS_008_686
Fourth, N, 115 1908, Victor Theater opened, William Dobbratz
Fourth, N, 115 1913, Banner Coffee Co, teas & coffees
Fourth, N, 115 LeMacher Studio
Fourth, N, 115 1975c, John Hornberger, podiatrist, WHS_005_307
Fourth, N, 115 1975, Top Travel Service, WHS_005_307
Fourth, N, 116 1912, Ogders & Dalgarno Monument Works
Fourth, N, 116 1913, Odgers & Dalgarno, granite & marble works
Fourth, N, 116 1915, Odgers & Block & Woelffer Co, WHS_008_249F
Fourth, N, 117 Emil Gaebler Home, AHI record
Fourth, N, 117 1895c, Theodore Dobbratz, Painting, WHS_008_686
Fourth, N, 117 1895c, Theodore Dobbratz, Painting, WHS_008_686_compare
Fourth, N, 117 2015, Emil Gaebler Home, WHS_008_600N
Fourth, N, 118 1975, Watertown Memorial Co, monuments, WHS_005_271
Fourth, N, 119 1913, Charles Lee, laundry
Fourth, N, 119 1966, Schmutzler Barber Shop, WHS_006_507
Fourth, N, 119 1966, Resolution to purchase from Mrs. Elsie (Elmer) Schmutzler
Fourth, N, 123 1914c, Mrs. Max Beerbohm (Rosie), WHS_009_892
Fourth, N, 123 1918c, WHS_009_408, WHS_009_408_portion
Fourth, N, 123 1953, WHS_008_762
Fourth, N, 123 1960, Negotiation to purchase for parking lot
Fourth, N, 123 Grabow home removed
Fourth, N, cor of, with Madison St 1911, Carl F. Nowack, undertaker
Fourth, N, cor of, with Madison St 1911c, Nowack Furniture Store & Funeral Home, WHS_009_461
Fourth, N, cor of, with Madison St 1911c, Nowack Furniture Store & Funeral Home, WHS_009_461_compare
Fourth, N, 200 block 1872, Christian Schroeder, undertaker and coffin warehouse, west side
Fourth, N, 200 block 1948 drawing of, showing German immigrant architecture
Fourth, N, 200 1911c, Nowack Furniture Store & Funeral Home, WHS_009_461
Fourth, N, 200 1911c, Nowack Furniture Store & Funeral Home, WHS_009_461_compare
Fourth, N, 200 1920s, WHS_008_185
Fourth, N, 200 1977c, Flowers by Alice, Alice Berkers, WHS_008_196
Fourth, N, 200 1981c, Flowers by Alice
Fourth, N, 200 1983, The Flower Box, purchased by Tom Schwefel
Fourth, N, 201 uncertain date, WHS_008_283
Fourth, N, 201 1960, Herbert Knoll property sold to city for parking lot
Fourth, N, 210 1914c, Mrs. Max Beerbohm (Rosie), WHS_009_892
Fourth, N, 201 1918c, WHS_009_408, WHS_009_408_portion
Fourth, N, 201 1928, PC_133
Fourth, N, 201 1953, WHS_008_762
Fourth, N, 201 1960, WHS_005_004
Fourth, N, 203 uncertain date, WHS_008_283
Fourth, N, 203 1953, WHS_008_762
Fourth, N, 203 1901, Richard Hoge home, penny lost, recovered in 1960
Fourth, N, 203 1950s, Distant view, Fair Day
Fourth, N, 203 1928, PC_133
Fourth, N, 203 1955, Caretaker's home, St. Luke's, Frank Schwefel, WHS_005_002
Fourth, N, 207 1920s, St Luke’s, 1920s, WHS_008_185
Fourth, N, 207 1953, St. Luke's, WHS_008_762
Fourth, N, 207 1955, St. Luke's Church, WHS_005_002
Fourth, N, 207 1960, St. Luke's Church, PC_133
Fourth, N, 207 1960, St. Luke's Church, Demolition in progress, WHS_005_003
Fourth, N, 207 St. Luke's  Lutheran Church, chapter on
Fourth, N, 208 1888, Albert Kringel, marble works, WHS_008_469B
Fourth, N, 208 1900, Roegner marble and granite works
Fourth, N, 208 1909, Roegner marble and granite, WHS_008_318d
Fourth, N, 213 2010, Burdick Insurance Agency
Fourth, N, 213-215 2006, WHS_005_562
Fourth, N, 215 1908 & 1914, Deutscher Kriegerverein meeting location
Fourth, N, 215 1911, Scheblak & Herzog, painters & decorators
Fourth, N, 215 1913, Scheblak & Herzog, painters-house & sign
Fourth, N, 215 2009, Sportsman's Barber Shop closes
Fourth, N, 215 2009, El Zacatecas Market expands into bldg
Fourth, N, 216 The Service Garage, WHS_008_132
Fourth, N, 216 Construction of bldg, film exchange business
Fourth, N, 216 1913, Davis Film Exchange Co, moving picture films-mfg
Fourth, N, 216 1990, Lessner State Farm Insur, Bob Lessner retirement
Fourth, N, 217 1892, Otto Heyn book bindery
Fourth, N, 219 1913, Sonnemann & Amann, cigar mfg
Fourth, N, 300 1913, Buena Vista House, hotel
Fourth, N, 300 1913, Louis Kronitz, saloon, Buena Vista House
Fourth, N, 300 1913, Frank Petro, contractor-electrical
Fourth, N, 300 1913, Fred Hose, contractor-cement
Fourth, N, 300 1913, Ryan & Ziebell, contractor-cement
Fourth, N, 302 1900c, William C Raue home, WHS_005_198
Fourth, N, 303 1913, A J O'Brien & Sons Co, meat markets-retail,  & 112 Third
Fourth, N, 303 1954, WHS_008_176
Fourth, N, 312 1913, Herman Sterz, (Lutheran), minister
Fourth, N, 412 1913, George Lichtenegger, Catholic priest
Fourth, N, 412 1913, Phillip Schweitzer, Catholic priest
Fourth, N, 416 Laub estate, Gerhard Fendt
Fourth, N, 500 1913, N Carter Daniell, (Cong.), minister
Fourth, N, 501 1909, Fred Bittner, Weltburger, WHS_008_318f
Fourth, N, 501 1920c, Bittner Grocery, Fred, "The Assembly," WHS_008_348
Fourth, N, 501 1913, Fred Bittner, saloon
Fourth, N, 501 Nagle's Tavern, token
Fourth, N, 501 1964, Howard’s Tavern
Fourth, N, 501 1987, Remodeling of
Fourth, N, 501 2013, Fire at, Stacey's Bar
Fourth, N, 501-507 1915, Bittner Grocery
Fourth, N, 501-507 1895c, WHS_008_236
Fourth, N, 501-507 1920c, Bittner Grocery, Fred, "The Assembly," WHS_008_348
Fourth, N, 501-507 2014, Google maps
Fourth, N, 503 1913, Fred Bittner, grocer, flour & feed
Fourth, N, 503 1948, Len and Em's IGA Store, opening of, M/M Len Williams
Fourth, N, 503 1948, Wetterneck Grocery, closing of, Joseph Wetterneck
Fourth, N, 503 1959, Archie's Market become A and M Grocery
Fourth, N, 510 1913, John F Mundt, grocer
Fourth, N, 600 1913, Reinhold Block, meat market-retail
Fourth, N, 600 1959, Riemer's Saw & Lawn
Fourth, N, 600 1963, Elsner TV Service
Fourth, N, 607 1930, Ferdinand and Emily Krueger home
Fourth, N, 607 1914c, Buending Service Station, WHS_009_579
Fourth, N, 607 1914c, Buending Service Station, WHS_009_739
Fourth, N, 607 Buending Service Station, WHS_009_242
Fourth, N, 607 1945, Klinger Service Station, WHS_009_242
Fourth, N, 611 1945, WHS_009_242
Fourth, N, 619 Charles Heismann home, Historical Society has image of, PC_154
Fourth, N, 700 1913, Gerhard Fuermann, saloon
Fourth, N, 700 1945, 700 Inn
Fourth N, 700 2004, Fire at, Poppers Bar
Fourth, N, 712 1913, Herman Kuehl, live stock
Fourth, N, 716 1924, Home of Rev Christians
Fourth, N, 716 1943, Meyers' Cities Service
Fourth, N, 721 Christian Schmutzler Home, Schmutzler Funeral Home
Fourth, N, 802 Built by (home of) John Cole; built c 1855, later home of Joseph Salick
Fourth, N, 802 1911c, Cole-Salick Home, built c1855. Italianate, cream brick
Fourth, N, 802 1937, Cole Home, Winter scene, WHS_006_410
Fourth, N, 806 Garrett Gahlmann house, built 1918, Dutch colonial revival, clapboard and shingles, gambrel roof
Fourth, N, 809 Oscar Maerzke home, built 1912, cube style, clapboard 
Fourth, N, 810 Built c1915, Colonial revival, clapboard and shingles, turret, Sidney Jones home (includes carriage house)
Fourth, N, 811 Blumenfeld Home
Fourth, N, 811 Blumenfeld Home, Wisconsin AHI record
Fourth, N, 814 Northwestern College birthplace
Fourth, N, 901 2005, WHS_005_248
Fourth, N, 906 2005, WHS_005_236, Italianate house, brick 
Fourth, N, 917 1913, Minnie Dobbratz, dressmaker
Fourth, N, 920 1995, Watts home, House Beautiful Award
Fourth, N, 1000 block 1910c, Fourth and Center intersection, PC_093
Fourth, N, 1107 Watertown Squab Co, WHS_005_481
Fourth, N, 1009 Edward Racek home
Fourth, N, 1016 Gabled ell house, brick 
Fourth, N, 1018 WHS_006_988
Fourth, N, 1020-1022 1915c, Kuehn Grocery, later Riverview, WHS_006_989
Fourth, N, 1020-1022 1913, August J Kuehn, grocer, produce, saloon
Fourth, N, 1027 1856, John Habhegger
Fourth, N, 1027 John Habhegger, PC_369
Fourth, N, 1027 John Habhegger, HartwigHabhegger image
Fourth, N, 1027 John Habhegger, WHS_006_689
Fourth, N, 1027 1902, N Fourth St bridge, Habhegger's, WHS_009_890
Fourth, N, 1027 1910, F C Hartwig, shipper of farm produce, WHS_011_250f
Fourth, N, 1027 1914, Herman Dreibus, grocer and saloon
Fourth, N, 1027 1913, Herman Dreibus, grocer, saloon
Fourth, N, 1027 1913, Dreibus grocery and saloon; also residence, WHS_008_214
Fourth, N, 1027 1959, Larry's Barber Shop, Lawrence Wallace
Fourth, N, 1027 1962, Wallace Barber Shop, in VFW Club building
Fourth, N, 1027 Dew Drop Inn
Fourth, N, 1031-1033 1860, Frederick Maerzke
Fourth, N, 1031-1033 1902, John Maerzke
Fourth, N, 1031-1033 1936, Margaret Maerzke Laehr
Fourth, N, 1031-1033 1986, Walter Laehr
Fourth, N, 1034 1913, Julius Raasch, blacksmith
Fourth, N, 1040 1910, Drawing of distant view of, WHS_011_250f
Fourth, N, 1101 1913, Esther Reichert, music teacher
Fourth, N, 1101 1913, Lydia Reichert, music teacher
Fourth, N, 1107 1913, Maerzke & Lutovsky, pigeon hatcheries
Fourth, N, 1142 1875c, William Volkmann home, WHS_005_179
Fourth, N, 1142 1875c, William Volkmann home, closeup of WHS_005_179, WHS_005_180
Fourth, N, 1159 1913, Spring Valley Dairy, milk dealer
Fourth, N, 1159 Christian George Marquardt home, WDTimes, 03 12 2005, WHS_005_091
Fourth, N, 1171 2015, WHS_008 502, Rich and Mary Kraemer's home 
Fourth, N, 1171 2015, WHS_008 503, Rich and Mary Kraemer's home
Fourth, N, 1171 2015, WHS_008 504, Rich and Mary Kraemer's home (archived, not posted)
Fourth, N, 1171 2015, WHS_008 505, Rich and Mary Kraemer's home (archived, not posted)
Fourth, N, 1173 Kraemer Cheese
Fourth, N, 1181 1985, Grossman's Bargain Outlet Store [Grossman's Lumber], closing of
Fourth, N, 1181 1988, New St. Vincent DePaul Society Store
Fourth, N, 1200 2011, Candle Glo Motel, WHS_006_435
Fourth, N, 1200 2011, Candle Glo Motel, WHS_006_436
Fourth, S 1847, Used as dump, “Cow Common”
Fourth, S 1910, Looking south from Dodge St., postcard
Fourth, S, 100 block 1948, WHS_006_723
Fourth, S, 114 1910c, Home of Herman C Block, first Chief of Police
Fourth, S, 114 1954, Dr. A C Hahn, Dr. A C Nickels and Dr. Vernon P Smebak
Fourth, S, 115 Wisconsin Telephone Company office
Fourth, S, 115 1986, Ennovation
Fourth, S, 203 1965, Home moved, Miss Ruth Duffy
Fourth, S, 301 1888, Turner Hall, drawing of, WHS_008_468
Fourth, S, 301 Turner Opera House, chapter on
Fourth, S, 305 2011, Exterior remodeling of 
Fourth, S, 312 1955, St Luke’s Parsonage sold
Fourth, S, 410 Brandt Home
Fourth, S, 500 1924, Rectory, First Congregational Church
Fourth, S, 500 2008, Home was former First Congregation parsonage
Fourth, S, 501 1976, Home built by Christian Schmutzler, Leo Bargielski home
Fourth, S, 501 2014, Pugh home, WHS_008_071
Fourth, S, 504 First Congregational, Now 1st Brigrade Band
Fourth, S, 504 1909, First Congregational, corner stone ceremony, WHS_008_660
Fourth, S, 504 2011, WHS_006_417
Fourth, S, 504 2011, WHS_006_425
Fourth, S, 605 Buchheit (William) home, Trinity Lutheran Church
Fourth, S, 605 William Buchheit home
Fourth, S, 605 1902, WHS_008_476
Fourth, S, 605 Trinity Lutheran Church, est 1916
Fourth, S, 705 1919c-1930c, Bruno and Martha Schatz home
Fourth, S, 705 2005, WHS_005_241
Frederick, 201 1913, Washington Cutlery Co
Frederick, 201 2013, Fisher-Barton fire, YouTube video
Frederick, 201 2013, Fisher-Barton fire, WHS_006_736
Frederick, 201 2013, Fisher-Barton fire, WHS_006_737
Frederick, 201 2013, Fisher-Barton fire, WHS_006_738
Frederick, 201 2013, Fisher-Barton fire, WHS_006_739
Frederick, 201 2013, Fisher-Barton fire, WHS_006_740
Green, 311 1913, Louise H Woltmann, viavi
Green, E, 114 Gabled ell house, brick 
Green, E, 207 Built 1884, gabled ell house, brick
Green, E, 212 Side gabled house, brick 
Green, E, 213 Gabled ell house, brick, with deck
Green, E, 301 Built c1904, front gabled house, brick
Green, E, 311 Gabled ell house, brick
Green, E, 318 Built 1899, Queen Anne house, clapboard and shingles
Green, W, 202 1913, Casper J Kessler, cigar mfg
Hancock, 413 Front gabled house, cream brick 
Hart Street 1861, Obstruction of
Hart, 315 1957, Allard Express, WHS_011_200I
Hart, 316 1957, Mid-States Shoe Co, WHS_011_200H
Hart, 321 1913, San Juan Land Co, real estate
Hart, 321 1913, Wisconsin Sanitary Cow Milker Co, dairy machinery
Hart, 321-325 1913, Watertown Table Slide Co, table slide manufacturers
Herman, 206 1913, Caeser George Feinberg, junk dealer
Hiawatha, 600 Hartwig Family Home
Jefferson, 106 Raue & Sons paint store, relocated to from 110 N Third
Jefferson, 106 1913, Mrs Emil Behl, bus line
Jefferson, 607 1913, Paul A Schoechert, insurance agent
Jones, 106 1884, Fuermann Brewery, Fire Insurance Map, WHS_006_992
Jones, 106 1899, Fuermann Brewery office, with Harvest Festival float, WHS_007_KR100
Jones, 109 1954, Joseph E. Herro
Jones, 209 1956, Waldemar Heller home, WHS_011_182
Jones, 210 1917, Anna Fuchs residence
Jones, 210 1913, Mrs Caroline Meinhard, midwife
Jones, 304 1957, 304 Jones St, WHS_011_200I
Jones, 417 Locaton of first high school; demolished
Jones, 805 1913, Martha Grabow, nurse
Jones, 806 1913, Albert Valaskey, draymen
Jones, 810 1913, Fred Kieckbusch House, WHS_004_NT_003
Jones, 810 1913, Albertina Mielke, dressmaker
Jones, 810 1994, Heidi Roth home, 2007 House Beautiful Award
Jones, 814 1913, Louisa Schleicher, dressmaker
Jones, 914 1913, Emma Stengel, dressmaker
Kossuth Street Forty-Eighters: Builders of Watertown,  pg 15
Kossuth, 415 Painting, “House on Kossuth Street”
Labaree 1908, Establishment of
Labaree, 402 1913, William C Herold, dontractor-darpenter
Labaree, 924 Samuel Kussell home, Italianate house, cream brick
Labaree, 1012 Walter Kressin home, Watertown Squab Co
Labaree, 1015 Built c1934, front gabled house, brick
Lafayette, 314 1915, For rent
Lafayette, 508 1913, Agnes Kreuziger, dressmaker
Lincoln, 408 1922, Richard Hardege home
Lincoln, 409 Front gabled house, brick
Lincoln, 505 1960, Douglas School
Lynn 1914, tornado damage, looking east, series of images available
Lynn, 109 1914, Henry Wetzel home, 109 Lynn, tornado damage, series of images
Lynn, 109 1957c, Donald Cowen home, WHS_009_882
Lynn, 118 1957c, George Brennecke home, WHS_009_878
Lynn, 200 1957c, Carl Herschi home, WHS_009_869
Lynn, 207 1913, Mrs Minnie Beisner, grocer
Lynn, 208 1957c, Walter Sievert home, WHS_009_881
Lynn, 211 1957c, Walter Eicksteadt home, WHS_009_880
Lynn, 300 1957c, Anita McElkanon home, WHS_009_863
Lynn, 300 1986, Wisconsin AHI record
Lynn, 301 1955, Howard Abel home, WHS_009_900
Lynn, 306 1955, Gerhard Werneburg home, WHS_009_902
Madison, E 1960, Proposed extention of, N Fourth to N Fifth
Madison, E, 100 1876, Otto's Inn, estab of
Madison, E, 100 1890c, Fuermann Brewery Headquarters bldg, WHS_007_KR159
Madison, E, 100 1912, Otto's Saloon, Homecoming Parade, WHS_007_KR168
Madison, E, 100 1913, Carl F Otto, hotel, saloon
Madison, E, 100 1920s, Carl Otto Hotel, WHS_008_186
Madison, E, 110 1957, Otto's Inn, ad
Madison, E, 100 1975, Embassy LTD, WHS_005_298
Madison, E, 100 1985, Black Forest Inn, bar &restr
Madison, E, 100 1985, Zoellick's Black Forest Inn opened
Madison, E, 100 1987, Mitchells' on Madison, formerly the Black Forest
Madison, E, 100 Balistreri's Ristorante
Madison, E, 100 1994, Dynasty Chinese Resturant
Madison, E, 100 2008, Rock River Pizza, opening of
Madison, E, 106 1913, Ernst W Hoeffner, boarding house, saloon
Madison, E, 106 1945, Heinie's Tavern
Madison, E, 106 1959, Pike Egg & Feed
Madison, E, 106 1975, Masonic Bldg, new, Temple Hall, WHS_005_297
Madison, E, 106 Masonic Temple, purchased by Watertown Community Church
Madison, E, 200 block 1950s, North side of
Madison, E, 200 1913, Theodore Grabow, saloon
Madison, E, 200 1956, Home Laundramat, WHS_011_183
Madison, E, 200 block 1920s, Schempf Bros billboard, WHS_008_184
Madison, E, 200 block 1920s, Schempf Bros billboard, WHS_008_185
Madison, E, 200 block 1920s, Schempf Bros billboard, WHS_008_186
Madison, E, 200-202 1936, Marachowsky's Grocery, WHS_006_979
Madison, E, 200-202 1945, Marachowsky's Grocery, Ad, WHS_011_300m
Madison, E, 200-202 1950, Marachowsky's Grocery, Edwin Riedl, mgr
Madison, E, 200-202 1950s, Marachowsky's Grocery, WHS_009_607
Madison, E, 202 1912, Edward A Schultz, billiard and pool hall
Madison, E, 202 1956, Koerner & Pingel warehouse, WHS_011_183
Madison, E, 202-204 1908, Ed Schultz bought bowling alleys from John Gruel
Madison, E, 202-204 1915, Remmel Bowling
Madison, E, 204 1912, Schultz's Bowling Alley
Madison, E, 204 1913, Edward A Schultz, bowling alley
Madison, E, 204 1950s, Kopp Sheet Metal, Fair Day
Madison, E, 204 1957, Kopp Sheet Metal
Madison, E, 204 1966, Kopp Sheet Metal moved to 210 W Main
Madison, E, 206 1934, Kohli's Tavern
Madison, E, 206-212 1950s, Kroger Grocery, Fair Day
Madison, E, 206-212 1956, Kroger's Grocery, WHS_011_184
Madison, E, 206-212 1958, Kroger's, WHS_011_255
Madison, E, 213-215 1956, Ray's Dray Cities Service, WHS_011_252
Madison, E, 300 block 1920s, WHS_008_185
Madison, E, 300 1890c, William Kopfer saloon, WHS_008_824
Madison, E, 300 1913, Gotthelf Grimm, saloon
Madison, E, 300 2005, WHS_005_250
Madison, E, 300 2012, Vehicle hits building
Madison, E, 300-302 1934, Deutsches Dorf
Madison, E, 306 Early, Albert R Zier, blacksmith shop, horse shoeing & repairing
Madison, E, 306 1910, Ad, Davids, WHS_011_250m
Madison, E, 306 1920s, WHS_008_185
Madison, E, 306 Charles David's Sons, painters-house & sign
Madison, E, 310 1913, Albert R Zier,  horseshoers
Madison, E, 310 1920s Albert Zier, WHS_008_185
Madison, E, 314-316 Henry Scheblak
Madison, 314 1911c, WHS_009_461
Madison, 314 1911c, WHS_009_461_compare
Madison, E, 314 1913, Isaac Schoenfeld, boots & shoes repairing
Madison, E, 314 1914c, WHS_009_893
Madison, E, 316 1913, Max Beerbohm, barber
Madison, 316 1914c, Mrs. Max Beerbohm (Rosie), WHS_009_892
Madison, E, 316 1914c, WHS_009_893
Madison, E, 610 1913, St Mark's parsonage, Julius Klingmann, (Luth.), minister
Madison, E, 702 1913, Louis Schulz, painters-house & sign
Madison, E, 706 1956, Dr. John O. Hadley home
Main Street Chapter on
Main Street 1849, Mud conditions
Main Street 1859, Mud conditions
Main Street 1899, Bricking of, paving blocks installed, WHS_006_611 
Main Street 1965, Re-construction proposed, widening of
Main Street 1967, Reconstruction of, WHS_005_096
Main Street 1967, Resurfacing of, Main St reconstruction project
Main Street 1985, Renovation Plan
Main, 111 1913, Edward Gnatzig, grocer
Main, 113 1913, Kraft, George Co, notions
Main, 116 1913, Ebenezer Telephone Co
Main, 215 1913, Mound City Mining Co, mining company
Main, 302 1913, Frank Tercinski, hair goods
Main, 309 1913, Arthur Goeldner, saloon
Main, 317 1913, Watertown Improvement Co, land & investment company
Main, 409 1913, The Fair, toys & fancy goods
Main, 414 1913, Emil Meyer, insurance agent
Main, 417 1913, Buroff & Fuller, real estate
Main, 501-503 1913, Peter Noel, saloon
Main, 614 1913, Frank Petro, electrical contractor, wiring, appar & suppl
Main, 921 1913, Ferdinand Behlke, contractor-carpenter
Main, 1018 1913, Henry E Neumann, taxidermist
Main, 1039 1913, Elinora Hertel, music teacher
Main, 1120 1913, August Strassburg, contractor-carpenter
Main, 1220 1913, John Heitz, contractor-carpenter
Main, E, 1 1889, Gritzner Barber Shop
Main, E, 1 1895c, Amand & Max Gritzner, basement of Salick's Store, WHS_006_445
Main, E, 1 1911, Dr U Neal Barber, Dentist, above Salick's
Main, E, 1 1957c, Gray's Paint Co, 1950s-70s city assessor form image
Main, E, 1 1960c, One Hour Martinizing, city assessment card, WHS_006_089
Main, E, 1 1971, One Hour Martinizing
Main, E, 1 1987, Deteriorated beyond rehabilitation
Main, E, 1 1987, City considering selling Martinizing bldg, extend walkway, WDT, 02 25 1987 
Main, E, 1-3 1854, Salick Jewelry Store
Main, E, 1-3 1890, Salicks, Dr. Werner, WHS_006_388
Main, E, 1-3 1899, Sept 13-15, Salick Jewelry, Harvest Jubilee & Carnival, Seibel Bros, ponies and wagon, WHS_005_604
Main, E, 1-3 1899, Salick's Jewelry Store,  Harvest Jubilee event, WHS_005_601
Main, E, 1-3 1910c, Salick's, watches, clocks & jewelry
Main, E, 1-3 1913, Charles J Salick, watches, clocks & jewelry
Main, E, 1-3 1915, Salick’s
Main, E, 1-3 After Salick’s, the Calabaza Land Co. and the San Juan Land Co.
Main, E, 1-3 1913, U. Neal Barber, dentist
Main, E, 1-3 1934, Fields Furniture Store
Main, E, 1-3 1945c, Western Auto Associate Store, WHS_011_100
Main, E, 1-3 1950, Clarence Gray's Paint Co
Main, E, 1-3 1951c, Seen in background, WHS_011_135
Main, E, 1-3 1957c, Gray's Paint Co, 1950s-70s city assessor form image, WHS_006_003
Main, E, 1-3 1970, One Hour Martinizing, former Salick's bldg, WHS_008_202
Main, E, 1-3 1970, One-Hour Martinizing, rear view of, 1 E Main, WHS_008_219
Main, E, 1-3 2014, Riverwalk Plaza, 1 E Main, WHS_008_219
Main, E, 2 1892, pre, Watertown Steam Laundry, WHS_009_440_portion
Main, E, 2 1893, Watertown Steam Laundry, WHS_005_985
Main, E, 2 1893, Watertown Steam Laundry, O’Hara Bros, props, WHS_005_985
Main, E, 2 1893, Watertown Steam Laundry, H. Kotten, prop
Main, E, 2 1897, Watertown Steam Laundry, Rice & Campbell, props
Main, E, 2 1898, Watertown Steam Laundry, WHS_005_601
Main, E, 2 1899, Watertown Steam Laundry,  Harvest Jubilee event, WHS_005_601
Main, E, 2 1906, Post Office relocated to, PC_325 portion, image date is c.1912
Main, E, 2 1906, Kuehn, H, Mrs, located in Masonic Temple bldg
Main, E, 2 1906, Dr W E Lyons, located in Masonic Temple bldg
Main, E, 2 1913, Zabler Brothers, confectioner
Main, E, 2 1913, Progress and The Reflector, newspaper
Main, E, 2 1911, William E Lyons, dentist, Masonic Temple
Main, E, 2 1913, William E Lyons, dentist
Main, E, 2 1913, William D Stacy, justice of the peace
Main, E, 2-6 1905, Masonic Temple, laying foundation, WHS_009_307
Main, E, 2-6 1905, Masonic Temple bldg, 2-6 E Main, WHS_007_KR346
Main, E, 2-6 1906, Masonic Temple built on this site, replaced Watertown Steam Laundry bldg
Main, E, 2-6 1909c but pre 1935, Daily Times, People's Cash Meat Mkt; Wm E Lyons, Dentist; Kading & Kading, lawyers
Main, E, 2-6 1909, Peoples' Cash Meat Market, ad, Masonic Temple Building
Main, E, 2-6 1909c but pre 1935, John T Ryan, books , stationery, undertaking, Chas Fischer & Sons Co
Main, E, 2-6 1909c but pre 1935, Masonic Temple; Ferd Schmutzler, insurance; Dr. O. H. Moen, Dentist
Main, E, 2-6 1910, People's Cash Meat Market
Main, E, 2-6 1910c, Masonic Temple, WHS_001_PC_207
Main, E, 2-6 1912c, Masonic Temple, PC_325
Main, E, 2-6 1911c, Masonic Temple, WHS_PC_209
Main, E, 2-6 1913, Kading & Kading, Attorneys at Law
Main, E, 2-6 1913, Times Publishing Co, publishers, newspaper
Main, E, 2-6 1913, Kading & Kading, lawyers, insurance, loans, investments, notary, real estate
Main, E, 2-6 1913, William D Stacy, insurance agent
Main, E, 2-6 1913, Mrs Elizabeth Holste Kading
Main, E, 2-6 1913, Paul Thom, dancing academy
Main, E, 2-6 1913, Masonic Temple Hair Dressing Parlors
Main, E, 2-6 1915, H P Bahr Insurance, Masonic Temple Bldg
Main, E, 2-6 1915, Watertown Daily Times, printers, publishers, Masonic Temple Bldg
Main, E, 2-6 1916, Masonic Temple fire
Main, E, 2-6 1916, Elks Club, Masonic Temple fire, WHS_001_PC_210
Main, E, 2-6 1916, Elks Club, Masonic Temple fire, WHS_009_292
Main, E, 2-6 1916, Kading & Kading, in Masonic Temple, fire, WHS_001_PC_210
Main, E, 2-6 1916, Kading & Kading, in Masonic Temple, fire, WHS_009_292
Main, E, 2-6 1916, Masonic Temple, fire, WHS_001_PC_210
Main, E, 2-6 1916, Masonic Temple, fire, WHS_009_292
Main, E, 2-6 1916, Paul Thom Dancing Academy, Masonic Temple, fire, WHS_001_PC_210
Main, E, 2-6 1916, Paul Thom Dancing Academy, Masonic Temple, fire, WHS_009_292
Main, E, 2-6 1916, Masonic Temple Hair Dressing Parlors, in Masonic Temple, WHS_001_PC_210
Main, E, 2-6 1916, Masonic Temple Hair Dressing Parlors, in Masonic Temple, WHS_009_292
Main, E, 2-6 1916, Elks Club, Masonic Temple fire, WHS_001_PC_211
Main, E, 2-6 1916, Kading & Kading, in Masonic Temple, fire, WHS_001_PC_211
Main, E, 2-6 1916, Masonic Temple, fire, WHS_001_PC_211
Main, E, 2-6 1916, Elks Club, Masonic Temple fire, WHS_001_PC_214
Main, E, 2-6 1916, Kading & Kading, in Masonic Temple, fire, WHS_001_PC_214
Main, E, 2-6 1916, Masonic Temple, fire, WHS_001_PC_214
Main, E, 2-6 1916, Masonic Temple, fire, WHS_002_PC_389
Main, E, 2-6 1916, Masonic Temple fire, WHS_009_292
Main, E, 2-6 1916, Kading & Kading, office in Masonic Temple, fire
Main, E, 2-6 1916, Paul Thom Dancing Academy, Masonic Temple fire
Main, E, 2-6 1916, Elks Club, Masonic Temple fire
Main, E, 2-6 1916, Masonic Temple Hair Dressing Parlors, Masonic Temple fire
Main, E, 2-6 1917c, Fischer's, WHS_PC_099a
Main, E, 2-6 1940, Masonic Temple, West side of bldg, WHS_005_255
Main, E, 2-6 1950s, Fischer's; Masonic Temple Bldg, WHS_008_358
Main, E, 2-6 1951, Fischer's; Masonic Temple, Memorial Day parade, WHS_006_742
Main, E, 2-6 1955c, Fischer's, 1950s-70s city assessor form, image included, WHS_006_090a
Main, E, 2-6 1955c, Fischer's, 1950s-70s city assessor form, image included, WHS_006_090b
Main, E, 2-6 1975, Fischer's, WHS_005_274
Main, E, 2-6 1975, Fischer's, north side entrance, WHS_005_284
Main, E, 2-6 2007, Fischer's, Fourth of July, WHS_005_827
Main, E, 2 2012, 2 Rivers Bicycle and Outdoor opening announced
Main, E, 3 1913, Eliot B Parsons, civil engineer & surveyor
Main, E, 3 1957c, 1950s-70s city assessor form image
Main, E, 4 1881, Snow storm, Daub's saloon signage, Bldg is 8 E Main, Daub's was at 10 E Main, WHS_005_608
Main, E, 4 1881, Snow storm, Toussaint Liquor store, later N Y Mkt, in front of looking east, WHS_005_610
Main, E, 4 1892, pre, WHS_009_440_portion
Main, E, 4 1895, Baumann & Kniesel, meat market
Main, E, 4 1897, Smith Candy Shop
Main, E, 4 1898, Scott resturant and ice cream, WHS_005_601
Main, E, 4 1898, Donald D Scott restaurant, WHS_006 657
Main, E, 4 1899, Donald D Scott resturant and ice cream,  Harvest Jubilee event, WHS_005_601
Main, E, 4 1913, Peoples' Cash Meat Market
Main, E, 4 1993, Baker-Rullman Manuf Co; Dersco Inc - design grain equip / www.baker-rullman.com
Main, E, 5 1898, approx address, Henry L Diekoff saloon signage, WHS_005_601
Main, E, 5 Frank Gritzner saloon (uncertain date, but pre 1913)
Main, E, 5 1899, Sept 13-15, Harvest Jubilee & Carnival, Seibel Bros, ponies and wagon, WHS_005_604
Main, E, 5 1899, Henry L Diekoff saloon signage,  Harvest Jubilee event, WHS_005_601
Main, E, 5 1909c but pre 1935, Charles Sprenger, saloon; Otto Heyn, news stand
Main, E, 5 1910c, Otto Heyn book bindery
Main, E, 5 1913, Fred Lange, saloon
Main, E, 5 1950, Seager & Brand Barbers
Main, E, 5 1954, Ad
Main, E, 5 1957c, Seager Barber Shop, 1950s-70s city assessor form, WHS_006_003
Main, E, 5 1957c, Seager Barber Shop, 1950s-70s city assessor image
Main, E, 5 Seager Barber Shop, John and son Charles
Main, E, 5 1970c, Jim's Barber Shop, WHS_008_223B
Main, E, 5 1970c, Jim's Barber Shop, rear of bldg, WHS_008_223
Main, E, 5 1971, Downtown Barber Shop
Main, E, 5 1986, Downtown Barber Shop
Main, E, 5 1993, Jim’s Downtown Style &Trim
Main, E, 5-7 1865, John Luber grocery store
Main, E, 5 1/2 1970c, Seager Engineering Consultants, rear of bldg, WHS_008_223
Main, E, 5 1/2 1970c, Mrs. Frieda Seager, rear of bldg, WHS_008_223
Main, E, 6 1881, T Stanley Clark, Bookseller & Stationary, snow storm [PC_425]
Main, E, 6 1890c, J W Lee bath rooms, barber salon, WHS_KR_141
Main, E, 6 1890c, J B May photography studio, WHS_KR_141
Main, E, 6 1890c, J B May photography studio, WHS_009_293
Main, E, 6 1892, pre, U. S. Express office, WHS_009_440_portion
Main, E, 6 1898, Watertown City Mutual Insur, WHS_006 657
Main, E, 6 1910, John T Ryan, Undertaker and Funeral Director
Main, E, 6 1911, John T Ryan, funeral director
Main, E, 6 1913, John T Ryan, bookseller & stationer
Main, E, 6 1916, Ryans Books and undertaker, Masonic Temple bldg fire
Main, E, 6 1916, Ryans Books and undertaker, Masonic Temple bldg fire, WHS_001_PC_210
Main, E, 6 1915, Ryan's Book Store
Main, E, 6 1967, Obed Moan Dentist, WHS_008_327
Main, E, 6 1971, Vacant
Main, E, 6 1993, Jeffrey A. Krause, dentist
Main, E, 7 1866c-1896c, Property of Mrs. Margaret May, millinery
Main, E, 7 1913, Dora Geschke, milliner
Main, E, 7 1917, Owned by Mrs Margaret May, millinery
Main, E, 7 1950, Molzan & Hertel Hat Shop
Main, E, 7 1950s-70s city assessor form, WHS_006_004
Main, E, 7 1957, Coogan Agency, WHS_011_200H
Main, E, 7 1957c, 1950s-70s city assessor form image
Main, E, 7 1970, Coogon Agency, WHS_008_224
Main, E, 7 1970, Coogon Agency, rear of store, WHS_008_225
Main, E, 7 1971, The Coogan Agency
Main, E, 8 1853, Salick Jewelry Store
Main, E, 8 1881, Snow storm, "Read the Gazette And B Happy" WHS_005_609
Main, E, 8 1881, Snow storm, viewable, WHS_005_610
Main, E, 8 1892, pre, Toussaint & Son, WHS_009_440_portion
Main, E, 8 1895c, Henry Daub’s saloon and Hotel Garni, WHS_KR_140
Main, E, 8 1898, Toussaint & Sons, WHS_006 657
Main, E, 8 1901, Pantorium, WHS_008_700C
Main, E, 8 1909c but pre 1935, The Pantorium; Toussaint & Son, wholesale wines and liquors
Main, E, 8 1913, Toussaint & Son, wines & liquors-wholesale
Main, E, 8 1934, New York Market; Mrs. D. M. Troyer, hemstitching.
Main, E, 8 1945, New York Market, George E Hardiman
Main, E, 8 1957c, New York Market, 1950s-70s city assessor form, WHS_006_001
Main, E, 8 1957c, New York Market, 1950s-70s city assessor image
Main, E, 8 1960, Property acquired by Bank of Watertown
Main, E, 8 1967, New York Market Meats, WHS_008_327
Main, E, 8 1967, New York Market, sale of bldg
Main, E, 8 2011
Main, E, 9 1899, Sept 13-15, American Express, Harvest Jubilee & Carnival, Seibel Bros, ponies and wagon, WHS_005_604
Main, E, 9 1909c but pre 1935, American Express Company; John Masterson, physician.  
Main, E, 9 1913, John A Masterson, physician
Main, E, 9 1913, Wells Fargo & Co, Express Co
Main, E, 9 1934, Seager & Brand, barber shop
Main, E, 9 1950, Justmann s Sporting Goods & Paint Store; Gust Wolf - Real Est. & Auctioneer
Main, E, 9 1950s-70s city aassessor form, image included, WHS_006_005, Hilmer, J, & Sons, Carpeting
Main, E, 9 1971, USA Recruiting Station
Main, E, 9 1974c, Vanity Flair Beauty Salon, WHS_008_252
Main, E, 9 1993, Just 4 Fun
Main, E, 9-11 1865, Sweeney grocery store
Main, E, 10 block 1881, north and south sides, snow storm [PC_432]
Main, E, 10 block 1881, north side, snow storm WHS_KR_155
Main, E, 10 block 1887, south side, WHS_006_646
Main, E, 10 block 1896, south side, Fourth of July parade
Main, E, 10 block 1898, south side, Farmer's Picnic [NT_051]
Main, E, 10 block 1898, south side, Farmer's Picnic, WHS_NT_050
Main, E, 10 block 1898, WHS_006 657
Main, E, 10 block 1899, south side, Sept 13-15, Harvest Jubilee & Carnival, Seibel Bros, ponies and carnival wagon, WHS_005_604
Main, E, 10 block 1905, Masonic Temple bldg, 2-6 E Main, WHS_007_KR346
Main, E, 10 block 1910c, north and south sides
Main, E, 10 block 1910c, Masonic Temple, WHS_001_PC_207
Main, E, 10 block 1912c, North and south sides, WHS_PC_325
Main, E, 10 block 1915, Circus Parade, WHS_004_NT_081
Main, E, 10 block 1945c, South side, WHS_011_100
Main, E, 10 block 1967, North and south sides, street reconstruc, WHS_005_096
Main, E, 10 block 1973, Fab & Trim, WHS_009_505
Main, E, 10 block 2014, WHS_008_135
Main, E, 10 1859, Shorey clothing store and Starin jewelry store location?
Main, E, 10 1892, Daub’s Hotel and sample rooms, Henry Daub propr
Main, E, 10 1892, pre, Daub's Hotel, WHS_009_440_portion
Main, E, 10 1897c, Daub’s Hotel and sample rooms, Henry Daub propr, WHS_005_262
Main, E, 10 1898, Daub's Hotel and sample rooms, WHS_006 657
Main, E, 10 1909c but pre 1935, Walter J Beach, saloon
Main, E, 10 1913, Ben Voelker, roofing
Main, E, 10 1915, Eagle Buffet and restaurant
Main, E, 10 1934, Loeffler & Benke Floral Shop
Main, E, 10 1950, Badger Music Sales; Benke Hall
Main, E, 10 1957c, Watertown Cigar Store, Riemer's, 1950s-70s city assessor form, WHS_006_002
Main, E, 10 1957c, Watertown Cigar Store, Riemer's, 1950s-70s city assessor image, WHS_006_002
Main, E, 10 1960, Property acquired by Bank of Watertown
Main, E, 10 1967, Drost’s Tobacco Shop, WHS_008_327
Main, E, 10 1967, Mother Nature's Cupboard, sale of bldg
Main, E, 10 2011
Main, E, 11 1899, Sept 13-15, Harvest Jubilee & Carnival, Seibel Bros, ponies and wagon, WHS_005_604
Main, E, 11 1908, Mrs Ella Ames, milliner
Main, E, 11 1908, Miss Ella Ames, Hat shop
Main, E, 11 1909c, Mrs Ella Ames, milliner;  Adams Cleaners
Main, E, 11 1913, Makoff & Lieberman, clothing-retail
Main, E, 11 1914, Wear-U-Well Shoe store
Main, E, 11 1950, Paul's Dresses
Main, E, 11 1957c, Paul's Dresses, 1950s-70s city assessor form, WHS_006_006
Main, E, 11 1957c, 1950s-70s city assessor form image, Paul's Dresses
Main, E, 11 1970, Paul's Dresses, WHS_008_227
Main, E, 11 1970, Paul's Dresses, rear of building, WHS_008_201
Main, E, 11 1971, Paul’s Dress Shop
Main, E, 11 1993, American Family Insurance
Main, E, 11 2005, WHS_005_251
Main, E, 11 2014, Art Nail Salon, WHS_008_227
Main, E, 12 There is no 12 E Main
Main, E, 13 1865, Stallman, Mrs, Millinery store, fire at
Main, E, 13 1899, Sept 13-15, Wiggenhorn Jewelry, Harvest Jubilee & Carnival, Seibel Bros, ponies and wagon, WHS_005_604
Main, E, 13 1909, A Wiggenhorn & Son, jewelry
Main, E, 13 1913, A Wiggenhorn & Son, watches, clocks & jewelry
Main, E, 13 1913, Ernst J Hoermann, dentist
Main, E, 13 1915, Hoermann Dental
Main, E, 13 1950, Warren s Jewelry Co
Main, E, 13 1954, Warren's Jewelry Store; moved to 111 E Main
Main, E, 13 1957c, Gift Fair, 1950s-70s city assessor form, WHS_006_007
Main, E, 13 1957c, 1950s-70s city assessor image, Gift Fair
Main, E, 13 1971, State Farm Insurance; Zastrow Realty
Main E, 13 1970c, State Farm Insurance, WHS_008_253
Main, E, 13 1987, Kenneth Kropf Insurance
Main, E, 13 1993, State Farm Insurance
Main, E, 13 1/2 1865, Kellogg Photographic Gallery, fire at
Main, E, 13 1/2 1865, Taylor & Hall succeeded J D Kellogg
Main, E, 14 1857, WHS_006_482
Main, E, 14 1861, Bank of Watertown, WHS_008_197
Main, E, 14 1881, Bank of Watertown, snow storm WHS_KR_155
Main, E, 14 1881, Snow storm, Bank of Watertown, viewable, WHS_005_610
Main, E, 14 1891, Bank of Watertown, Weltburger, 01 10 1891, drawing, WHS_005_877
Main, E, 14 Bank of Watertown
Main, E, 14 1897c, Bank of Watertown, WHS_005_262
Main, E, 14 1895c, GAR, signage of, WHS_005_127
Main, E, 14 1895c, Bank of Watertown, WHS_005_127
Main, E, 14 1908, Bank of Watertown
Main, E, 14 1909c but pre 1935, J F Prentiss, real estate; Wisconsin Telephone Co
Main, E, 14 1909c but pre 1935, Riverview Land Company; William H. Woodard, lawyer
Main, E, 14 1913, Bank of Watertown, safe depository boxes
Main, E, 14 1916, Bank of Watertown, building replaced with new 2-story structure
Main, E, 14 1957c, Bank of Watertown, 1950s-70s city assessor form, WHS_006_008a
Main, E, 14 1957c, Bank of Watertown, 1950s-70s city assessor image, WHS_006_008b
Main, E, 14 1971, Fab & Trim
Main, E, 14 1973, Fab & Trim, WHS_009_505
Main, E, 14 1975, Prism Gift Shop, Nick & Judy Lom, WHS_005_266
Main, E, 14 1986, Cornerstone Gift Shoppe 
Main, E, 14 1/2 1868-1871, Office of Dr Albert Solliday, dentist (may be 102 N First instead)
Main, E, 14 1/2 1915, Attorney William H Woodard
Main, E, 14 1/2 1915, Old Line Life Insurance Company
Main, E, 14 1/2 1915, F. J. Prentiss
Main, E, 14 1/2 1915, W. C. Stone
Main, E, 14 1/2 1915, Mr. F. E. Woodard, Bank of Watertown pres
Main, E, 14 1/2 1953, Niemann & Hibbard, lawyers, former W Woodard practice (may be 102 N First instead)
EARLY ADDRESS NUMBERS  
Main, E, 14 1881, Snow storm, Bank of Watertown, WHS_KR_152
Main, E, 22 1881, now 108 E Main, Wiggenhorn Bros. Cigar, WHS_KR_152
Main, E, 30 1860, S P Day
Main, E, 30 1881, now 114 E Main, Edmund Sweeney, gen. store, WHS_KR_152
Main, E, 35 1880-1885, now 203 E Main, Frederick Bertram, WHS_008_669
Main, E, 37 1880-1885, now 205 E Main, August Toelke, WHS_008_669
Main, E, 39 1880-1885, now 207 E Main, Winkenwerder Hardware, WHS_008_669
Main, E, 56 1881 = 10 E Main by 1892
Main, E, 58 1881, snow storm, bldg on left, WHS_005_612, now 310 E Main
Main, E, 60 1881, Snow storm, Henry P Seibel saloon [PC_429]
Main, E, 60 1881, snow storm, Henry Seibel, saloon, WHS_005_612, now 312 E Main
Main, E, 62 1881, snow storm, Emil Seibel, dry goods, WHS_005_612, now 314 E Main
Main, E, 62 1860 Curtiss, Photographic Artist, rooms over Fountain’s Store, near the bridge
Main, E, 72 1866, William Fountain Drug Store, 72 E Main = 108 E Main in 1976? pic
Main, E, 79 1866, Schwab & Co, City Directory
Main, E, 84 Early dir address; is 414 E Main today
Main, E, 85 1865, Jesse Moulton grocery store
Main, E, 85 1896c, C. W. Chappell’s watch store, today 115 E Main, WHS_KR_002
Main, E, 85 1896c, Ganes Music store, today 115 E Main, WHS_KR_002
East Main intersects with First East Main intersects with First
Main, E, 100 block 1858, South side, Democrat Block
Main, E, 100 block 1875, WHS_008_740
Main, E, 100 block 1881, North and south sides, snow storm [PC_432]
Main, E, 100 block 1881, North side, Snow storm, Van Alstine Exchange hotel, taken in front of Keck & Son bldg, looking west, WHS_005_611
Main, E, 100 Block 1887, South side, WHS_006_648
Main, E, 100 block North side
Main, E, 100 block 1898, South side, NT044_SpanishAmerWar_1
Main, E, 100 block 1905, South side of, WHS_PC_051
Main, E, 100 block 1906, North and south sides of [PC_257]
Main, E, 100 block 1906c, South side of, WHS_006_950
Main, E, 100 block 1908, North side, Interurban tracks being laid, PC_034
Main, E, 100 block 1908, South side, interurban tracks being laid, WHS_005_114
Main, E, 100 block 1908, WHS_PC_033
Main, E, 100 block 1912c, North and south sides, interurban, night view
Main, E, 100 block 1912c, South side, two interurban cars, WHS_005_097
Main, E, 100 block 1915, North side, Circus Parade, WHS_004_NT_079
Main, E, 100 block North and south sides, interurban
Main, E, 100 block 1915c, North and south sides, interurban, WHS_PC_099
Main, E, 100 block, north side 1875, Saengerfest, WHS_KR_154
Main, E, 100 block, north side 1898, WHS_KR_138C
Main, E, 100 block, north side 1915c, WHS_PC_099c
Main, E, 100 block, south side 1875, Saengerfest, WHS_KR_154
Main, E, 100 block 1885, south side, WHS_008_739
Main, E, 100 block, north side 1915c, Merchants Bank, Interurban, WHS_009_943
Main, E, 100 block, south side 1915c, WHS_PC_099b
Main, E, 100 block 1915c, WHS_PC_099a
Main, E, 100 block 1925, SAME AS PREVIOUS but handpainted and wires removed
Main, E, 100 block 1944, North and south sides, WHS_001_PC_063
Main, E, 100 block, south side 1936, Centennial parade, WHS_006_650
Main, E, 100 block 1951, South side of, Memorial Day parade, WHS_008_830
Main, E, 100 block 1967, North and south sides, street reconstruc, WHS_005_096
Main, E, 100 block 1975, Rear of bldgs, WHS_005_283
Main, E, 100 1861, Exchange Hotel, WHS_008_197
Main, E, 100 1881, Snow storm, Exchange hotel, taken in front of Keck & Son bldg, looking west, WHS_005_611
Main, E, 100 1881, Exchange Hotel, snow storm WHS_KR_155
Main, E, 100 1881, Van Alstine Exchange hotel, WHS_KR_152
Main, E, 100 1875, Van Alstine's Exchange Hotel, Saengerfest, WHS_KR_154
Main, E, 100 1890c, Germania House / Exchange Hotel, 100 E Main, WHS_KR_150
Main, E, 100 1895c, Merchants Bank, WHS_005_127
Main, E, 100 1899, Harvest Jubilee event, Merchants Bank, WHS_009_287
Main, E, 100 1908, Merchants Bank, WHS_PC_034
Main, E, 100 1912c, Merchants Bank, night view, WHS_PC_050
Main, E, 100 1912c, Colonial Theater, night view, WHS_PC_050
Main, E, 100 Merchants Bank, WHS_PC_084
Main, E, 100 Merchants Bank, 3 elephants, "Little Jim, Pinto, Alice", WHS_006_305
Main, E, 100 1909c but pre 1935, John G. Conway, lawyer
Main, E, 100 1909c but pre 1935, Wis Telephone
Main, E, 100 1909c but pre 1935, Dr H P Bowen, physician
Main, E, 100 1909c but pre 1935, L H Cordes & Co., brick mfg.
Main, E, 100 1913, Cordes, L H & Co, brick mfgs
Main, E, 100 1913, Theodore Heitz, notary public
Main, E, 100 1913, John Conway, lawyer
Main, E, 100 1915, John Conway, attorney
Main, E, 100 1915, Seen at time of circus parade, NT080_CircusParade_1915
Main, E, 100 1915c, Merchants Bank, WHS_PC_099c
Main, E, 100 1944, Merchants Bank, WHS_PC_063
Main, E, 100 1957c, Merchants Bank, 1950s-70s city assessor form, WHS_006_009a
Main, E, 100 1957c, Merchants Bank, 1950s-70s city assessor image, WHS_006_009b
Main, E, 100 1961, Merchants Bank, expansion, WHS_006_009c
Main, E, 100 1962c, 1950s-70s city assessor image, WHS_006_009b
Main, E, 100 1967, 75th anniversary, WHS_008_405
Main, E, 100 1968c, Merchant’s National Bank, Maxwell Street Days, WHS_008_690
Main, E, 100 1971, Merchant’s Bank
Main, E, 100 1975, Merchant's National Bank, WHS_005_275
Main, E, 100 1975, Merchant's National Bank, rear of bldg, drive-through, WHS_005_283
Main, E, 100 1979, WTTN moves to, from Wisconsin Natl Bank bldg [102-104 W Main]
Main, E, 100 2001, WTTN, moves from, to 615 E Main
Main, E, 100 1993, U.S. Navy Recruiting; WTTN Radio
Main, E, 101, 103, 105 1934, Three bldgs, Waugh Pharmacy,  Main Cafe and the Princess; occupied previously by the Robinson House
Main, E, 101 1857, Planters Hotel, map detail, WHS_006_480
Main, E, 101 1875, Post office, Saengerfest, WHS_KR_154
Main, E, 101 1898, Watertown Daily Times, WHS_KR_138B
Main, E, 101 1898, Watertown Daily Times, WHS_KR_138
Main, E, 101 1898, Post Office, corner Main and First, WHS_004_NT044
Main, E, 101 1898, Post Office, corner Main and First, WHS_004_NT045
Main, E, 101 1899, Harvest Jubilee & Carnival, WHS_007_KR118
Main, E, 101 1900c, Post office, WHS_009_877
Main, E, 101 1900c, Watertown Daily Times, WHS_009_877
Main, E, 101 1906, Post Office remodeling recommended, W C Stone, owner of bldg
Main, E, 101 1898, Post Office, WHS_KR_138
Main, E, 101 1913, Wisconsin Telephone Co
Main, E, 101 1945, Kelly-Borchard, men's wear
Main, E, 101 1950, Kelly Borchard Co, men's clothing
Main, E, 101 Krier's, Chapter on
Main, E, 101 1957c, Krier's, 1950s-70s city assessor form, WHS_006_010a
Main, E, 101 1957c, Krier's, 1950s-70s city assessor image, WHS_006_010b
Main, E, 101 1971, Maloney’s Gifts
Main, E, 101 1993, Riverpark Properties
Main, E, 101 2012, Exterior repair, WHS_999_010
Main, E, 101 2012, Exterior repair, WHS_999_011
Main, E, 101 2012, Former Maloney's renovated for Trader Tom bus; WHS_006_603
Main, E, 101 2012, Former Maloney's renovated for Trader Tom bus; WHS_006_604
Main, E, 101 1/2 Watertown Telephone Co. office on upper level of 101 E. Main.
Main, E, 102 1904, Dr Sleicher, Dr Rosenburg, office, E Main assumed
Main, E, 102 1909, Mrs Clara Weiss, milliner, WG 04 02 1909 ad
Main, E, 102 1909c but pre 1935, Mrs. Clara Weiss, milliner; A & O. Meyer, dentists; John S. King, physician
Main, E, 102 1913, Mrs Clara Weiss, milliner
Main, E, 102 1913, Oscar E Meyer, dentist
Main, E, 102 1915, Seen at time of circus parade, NT080_CircusParade_1915
Main, E, 102 1934, Dodge-Jefferson Co. Natl Farm Loan Assn; Inter-County Natl Farm Loan Assn
Main, E, 102 1934, Vanity Hat Shop; Scholl & Scholl, insurance; Kenneth Port, lawyer
Main, E, 103 1875, Saengerfest, WHS_KR_154
Main, E, 103 1898, Gamm Drug Store, signage, WHS_004_NT045
Main, E, 103 1898, Gamm Drug Store, WHS_KR_138
Main, E, 103 1906, Gamm Corner Drug Store, establishment of
Main, E, 103 1906, Robinson Barber Shop, establishment of
Main, E, 103 1907, Gamm Corner Drug Store, Post Office, , WHS_PC_051
Main, E, 103 1909c but pre 1935, Charles A Gamm, druggist; Waugh Pharmacy
Main, E, 103 1910c, Richard Hardege, music teacher, in his studio, WHS_008_367
Main, E, 103 1913, Harvey A Sommer, newsdealer
Main, E, 103 1913, Richard Hardege, music teacher
Main, E, 103 1913, Gamm Corner Drug, druggist
Main, E, 103 1914, Gamm Drug Store, soda fountain, WHS_004_NT_053
Main, E, 103 1914, Gamm Drug Store, Interior, cat, WHS_004_NT_056
Main, E, 103 1914, Gamm Drug Store, Interior, WHS_004_NT_052
Main, E, 103 1915, Gamm Drug Store
Main, E, 103 Behlke Drug Store, Gamm building (W C Stone) purchased by Paul Behlke
Main, E, 103 1916, Dr Emmett W Bowen
Main, E, 103 1934, Main Cafe; site occupied previously by the Robinson House
Main, E, 103 1944, Main Café, WHS_001_PC_063
Main, E, 103 1957c, Main Cafe, 1950s-70s city assessor form, WHS_006_011a
Main, E, 103 1957c, Main Cafe, 1950s-70s city assessor image, WHS_006_011b
Main, E, 103 Main Café, Chapter on
Main, E, 103 1971, Joe’s Smoke Shop
Main, E, 103 1993, Fox Music
Main, E, 103 1/2 1971, Evans Bldg. (vacant)
Main, E, 103-105 M. A. Kirsch General Store
Main, E, 103-105 1909c but pre 1935, Hertel & Hoffmann, men's furnishers; Goeldner & Barber, dentists
Main, E, 103-105 1909c but pre 1935, Joseph Wright, insurance agent; Mrs Amanda Howell, confectioner
Main, E, 103-105 1909c but pre 1935, Richard Hardege, music teacher; Harry A Sommer, sporting goods
Main, E, 103-105 1913, Goelder & Mueller, dentists
Main, E, 103-105 1913, William J Weber, music teacher
Main, E, 103-105 1934, Main Café, Princess Confectionery
Main, E, 103-105 1944, Main Café & Bar, WHS_001_PC_063
Main, E, 103-105 1950, Main Café & Bar
Main, E, 104 1903, Library on lower floor, opened March 2
Main, E, 104 1913, Frederick C Werner, physician
Main, E, 104 1909c but pre 1935, Cosmos Pharmacal Co.; Frederick C. Werner, physician
Main, E, 104 1909c but pre 1935, Fred F Farert, restaurant; Quality Bake Shop
Main, E, 104 1911, Theophil Liedke
Main, E, 104 1912c, Watertown Dye Works, night view, WHS_PC_050
Main, E, 104 1913, Cosmas Pharmacal Co, toilet requisites-manufacturer
Main, E, 104 1913, Watertown Dye Works, dyers & scoure
Main, E, 104 1914c, Watertown Dye Works, WHS_009_860
Main, E, 104 1915, Cosmas Pharmacal Co, WHS_008-327f
Main, E, 104 1915, Seen at time of circus parade, NT080_CircusParade_1915
Main, E, 104 1915c, Watertown Dye Works, WHS_PC_099
Main, E, 104 1915c, Watertown Dye Works, WHS_PC_099c, signage
Main, E, 104 1950, Quality Bake Shop
Main, E, 104 1966, Quality Bake Shop, new ownership
Main, E, 104 1968c, Quality Bake Shop, Maxwell Street Days, WHS_008_690
Main, E, 104 1971, Quality Bake Shop
Main, E, 104 1993, Elaine’s
Main, E, 104 1980s?, Demolition of bldg, Wm Fountain drug store signage, WHS_006_976
Main, E, 105 Early, George Spyros ice cream parlor
Main, E, 105 1875, Saengerfest, WHS_KR_154
Main, E, 105 1884c, Michael Carroll bookstore; operated with son
Main, E, 105 1900, John Carroll bookstore
Main, E, 105 1910, Goeldner & Barber, Dental Parlors
Main, E, 105 1913, Edward M O'Byrne, confectioner
Main, E, 105 1934, Princess Confectionery; site occupied previously by the Robinson House
Main, E, 105 1944, Main Bar
Main, E, 105 1957c, Mickey's Main Bar, 1950s-70s city assessor form, WHS_006_011a
Main, E, 105 1957c, Mickey's Main Bar, 1950s-70s city assessor image, WHS_006_011b
Main, E, 105 1971, Meyer’s Main Bar
Main, E, 105 1993, Two-Zee's Bar
Main, E, 106 1890c, Strauss boot and shoe, Watertown Republican, WHS_KR_134
Main, E, 106 1898, Strauss boot and shoe & Watertown Republican, WHS_KR_138C
Main, E, 106 1909c but pre 1935, Wm. Schiebel, plumbers and gas fitters; Watertown Publishing Co
Main, E, 106 1913, Schlueter & Kiefer, plumbers, contractor-sewer, gas fixtures
Main, E, 106 1915c, U. Neal Barber, dentist, WHS_PC_099c
Main, E, 106 1934, Kelly & Metzger, men's clothing; Homer C. Friend, Osteopath
Main, E, 106 1938 pre, Kelly Metzger
Main, E, 106 1944, Kern's Men Store, image PC_063
Main, E, 106 1947, Kern’s Men’s Store, Fire
Main, E, 106 1950, C E Pugh Co, auto parts
Main, E, 106 1968c, Gambles, Maxwell Street Days, WHS_008_690
Main, E, 106 1971, Quick Shop Discount Variety Store
Main, E, 106 1980s?, Demolition of bldg, Wm Fountain drug store signage, WHS_006_976
Main, E, 106 1/2 1950, Richard Hillgendorf - tile contractor
Main, E, 107 1857, Property adjacent to Planters Hotel, 101 E Main, map detail, WHS_006_480
Main, E, 107 1857, Property adjacent to Planters Hotel, compared to 2012, WHS_006_481
Main, E, 107 1875, Saengerfest, WHS_KR_154
Main, E, 107 1909, Solliday & Voss, dentist
Main, E, 107 1913, A. Fayette Solliday, dentist
Main, E, 107 1960c, Kriers Men's Shop image, WHS_006_010b
Main, E, 107 1986, Krier's moves to, from 113 E Main
Main, E, 107 1993, Krier's Men Shop; Gust’s Tailor Shop
Main, E, 107 1998, Pool Doctors moved to, from 1303 W Main
Main, E, 107 2010, Hot Shots
Main, E, 107 2012, Another new business
Main, E, 107-109 1898, Hertel & Hoffmann signage seen, WHS_KR_138
Main, E, 107-109 1900, Watertown School of Music opens, 3rd floor
Main, E, 107-109 1909, Dr E W Bowen, physician
Main, E, 107-109 1909, F W Keppler, insur agency
Main, E, 107-109 1909, John A Wright, insur
Main, E, 107-109 1909, Roger C Buss, lawyer
Main, E, 107-109 1934, Schwab building, occupied by the Scott Store
Main, E, 107-109 1909, Scott-Burr Store
Main, E, 107-109 1910, Hertel & Hoffmann ad
Main, E, 107-109 1913, Hertel & Hoffmann, clothing-retail, men's furnishings, tailors
Main, E, 107-109 1915, Hertel & Hoffmann
Main, E, 107-109 1913, Robert W Lueck, lawyer
Main, E, 107-109 1916, Hertel & Hoffmann, remodeling sale
Main, E, 107-109 1916, Hertel & Hoffmann becomes Hoffmann’s, WHS_008_669E
Main, E, 107-109 1917, Hoffmann's, signage prep
Main, E, 107-109 1950, Scott-Burr Dept Store; Virchow & Krause; Richard Podolske - engineer
Main, E, 107-109 1957, Wiemann Co store opened
Main, E, 107-109 1957c, Bossert's Variety Store, 1950s-70s city assessor form, WHS_006_012a
Main, E, 107-109 1957c, Bossert's Variety Store, 1950s-70s city assessor image, WHS_006_012b
Main, E, 107-109 1959, Bossert's Variety Store, Hertel & Hoffman Bldg, sale of
Main, E, 107-109 1959, Firestone Store, expands to 307 W Main
Main, E, 107-109 1967, Kerns Men's Shop
Main, E, 108 1881, formerly 22 E Main, Wiggenhorn Bros. Cigar, WHS_KR_152
Main, E, 108 1895 and prior, Wiggenhorn Bros. Cigar
Main, E, 108 1900c, Wiggenhorn Cigar, WHS_008_689
Main, E, 108 1896 or 97 - ?, Trachte Music Store
Main, E, 108 1898, Trachte Music Store, WHS_KR_138C
Main, E, 108 1904, John Seager's barber shop
Main, E, 108 1909c but pre 1935, Charles J Habbhegger, physician
Main, E, 108 1913, Charles J Habhegger, physician
Main, E, 108 1913, John C Seager, barber
Main, E, 108 1934, Buehler Bros Meats
Main, E, 108 1950, Buehler Bros Meats; Mar-Leen Beauty Shop; Raymond Lewandowsky, painter
Main, E, 108 1971, Buehler Bros Meats; Mar-Leen Beauty Shop
Main, E, 108 1980s?, Demolition of bldg, Wm Fountain drug store signage, WHS_006_976
Main, E, 108 1980s?, Wm Fountain drug store signage, 72 E Main 1866 = 108 Main in WHS_006_976
Main, E, 109 1875, Saengerfest, WHS_KR_154
Main, E, 109 1909, Henry C Reichert, music teacher
Main, E, 109 1911, Robert W. Lueck, lawyer, ad
Main, E, 109 1913, John S Kings, physician
Main, E, 109 1913, Henry C Reichert, music teacher
Main, E, 109 1915, Reichert Piano, Hertel & Hoffman Bldg
Main, E, 109 1913, Credit & Adjustment Agency, collection agency
Main, E, 109 1913, Earl H Cook, physician
Main, E, 109 1913, J Wright & Son, insurance agent
Main, E, 109 1/2 1950, F W Keppler Ins. Agency
Main, E, 110-112 Keck's1898, WHS_KR_138C
Main, E, 110-112 1902, F G Keck, Picturesque Watertown booklet
Main, E, 110-112 1908, Kecks, The Big Furniture Store
Main, E, 110-112 1912c, Kecks, night view
Main, E, 110-112 1915, Keck's
Main, E, 110-112 1915c, Keck Furniture, WHS_PC_099c
Main, E, 110-112 1944, Kecks Furniture, WHS_001_PC_063
Main, E, 110-112 1957, Keck Furniture
Main, E, 110-112 1957c, Kecks, 1950s-70s city assessor form, WHS_006_013a
Main, E, 110-112 1957c, Kecks, 1950s-70s city assessor image, WHS_006_013b
Main, E, 110-112 1975, Kecks, WHS_005_265
Main, E, 110-112 1975, Kecks, rear of store, WHS_005_282
Main, E, 111 1865, Welsh grocery store
Main, E, 111 1875, Saengerfest, WHS_KR_154
Main, E, 111 1910, Sproessers, Ad, Conover piano,  WHS_011_250a
Main, E, 111 1913, Sproesser Jewelry, art goods, diamonds, guns, phonographs, pianos, opticians
Main, E, 111 1915, Sproesser Jewelry
Main, E, 111 1950, Sproesser Jewelry, cut glass, sewing machines
Main, E, 111 1954, Sproesser Jewelry Store, sale of
Main, E, 111 1954, Warren Jewelry Store, new location
Main, E, 111 1957c, 1950s-70s city assessor form, WHS_006_014
Main, E, 111 1961, Warren-Schey House of Music
Main, E, 111 1971, Warren’s Jewelry
Main, E, 111 1993, Warren’s Jewelry
Main, E, 112 1895, Boots and shoes stock of L. Schempf moved to Schempf Bros store
Main, E, 113 1865, Moulton grocery store
Main, E, 113 1874, Goeldner, Carl, Music shop, WHS_006_390
Main, E, 113 1875, Saengerfest, WHS_KR_154
Main, E, 113 1909, Edward F Wieman, lawyer
Main, E, 113 1909, Gamble Stores
Main, E, 113 1909, Goeldner Building, Otto Goeldner, jeweler & musical instruments
Main, E, 113 1911, Otto Goeldner, jeweler & musical instruments, Ad
Main, E, 113 1911, Jos. Wright, Insurance, Notary Public, Ad
Main, E, 113 1915, Edward Wieman, attorney
Main, E, 113 1945, Siegel's Economy Store, Walter F Siegel
Main, E, 113 1950, Goeldner Bldg, Siegel's Economy Store, auto supplies
Main, E, 113 1957c, Goeldner Bldg, 1950s-70s city assessor form, WHS_006_015a
Main, E, 113 1957c, Goeldner Bldg, 1950s-70s city assessor image WHS_006_015b
Main, E, 113 1961, Fire at, occupied by Siegel’s Economy Store
Main, E, 113 1971, Goeldner Bldg; Krier's Store for Men
Main, E, 113 1986, Krier's leaves location for 107 E Main
Main, E, 113 1993, Craft Castle
Main, E, 114 1881, formerly 30 E Main, Edmund Sweeney, gen. store, WHS_KR_152
Main, E, 114 1898, Second story added
Main, E, 114 1898, Strauss & Sette, WHS_KR_138C
Main, E, 114 1895c, Wegemann & Strauss, WHS_KR_139
Main, E, 114 1902, Wegemann & Strauss, Picturesque Watertown booklet
Main, E, 114 1908, Strauss & Sette
Main, E, 114 1908, Strauss & Sette, dry goods, PC_034
Main, E, 114 1909, Majestic Theater opened, Bert Haskins
Main, E, 114 1909, Majestic Theater
Main, E, 114 1909, Frank C Moulding, physician
Main, E, 114 1910, Knights of Columbus, New hall, over Majestic Theater
Main, E, 114 1913, Frank C Moulding, physician
Main, E, 114 1915c, Majestic movie theater, WHS_PC_099c
Main, E, 114 1916, Majestic Theater
Main, E, 114 1934, Henry P Amann, painter
Main, E, 114 1934, Jerrold's, clothing
Main, E, 114 1950, Kern’s Men's Shop
Main, E, 114 1957c, Kern's, 1950s-70s city assessor form, WHS_006_016a
Main, E, 114 1957c, Kern's, 1950s-70s city assessor image, WHS_006_016b
Main, E, 114 1971, Albert’s Shoes
Main, E, 114 1978, Ware Shoes, WHS_005_264
Main, E, 114 1986, Eyewear Unlimited; Dr. Smeback, eye doctor
Main, E, 114 2005, Community Action Coalition [CAC] for South Central Wisconsin, Inc
Main, E, 115 1865, Frederick & Henry Meyer shoe store
Main, E, 115 1876c, Ganes Music House, (115=85 Main St in 1876), WHS_005_094
Main, E, 115 1876c, Ganes Music Store, J W, KR_002
Main, E, 115 1876c, Ganes Music Store, J W, KR_002_B
Main, E, 115 1876c, Ganes Music Store, J W, KR_002_C
Main, E, 115 1876c, Watertown Tea Store, signage, WHS_005_094
Main, E, 115 1875, Saengerfest, WHS_KR_154
Main, E, 115 1885c, George Hawkins, Groceries and Crockery, WHS_005_325
Main, E, 115 1885c, Heismann Grocery, portion of, WHS_KR_132
Main, E, 115 1906, John E Heismann, grocer [PC_257]
Main, E, 115 1908, Heismann Grocer, signage, PC_034
Main, E, 115 1909c but pre 1935, Herman C. Dobbratz, photog
Main, E, 115 1909c, Thomas T. Shinnick, physician
Main, E, 115 1910c, Heismann Grocery, WHS_005_095
Main, E, 115 1913, Albert E Voss, dentist
Main, E, 115 1913, John E Heismann, grocer
Main, E, 115 1934, Colonial Beauty Shoppe
Main, E, 115 1934, J E Heismann & Sons, grocers
Main, E, 115 1934, O E Meyer, Dentist
Main, E, 115 1950, Colonial Beauty Shop; Midwest Adjustment Services
Main, E, 115 1950, Post’s Budget Shop - Women s Clo.; Roy V. Harte, dentist
Main, E, 115 1950, Coogan Ins. Agency; R M Hahn, accounting
Main, E, 115 1957c, Pries Apparel, 1950s-70s city assessor form, WHS_006_017a
Main, E, 115 1957c, Pries Apparel, 1950s-70s city assessor image, WHS_006_017b
Main, E, 115 1971, Pries Apparel Shop (women)
Main, E, 115 1993, Sandra D’s Bridal Boutique
Main, E, 115 1/2 1913, Martin H Ave-Lallemant, photographers
Main, E, 115 1/2 1944c, Dentist Roy Harte, WHS_009_281 
Main, E, 115 1/2 1952, Schneider Jewelry, opening of
Main, E, 116 1841, Cole Brothers Store, First store in Watertown
Main, E, 116 1878-81, Cordes general store, Joachim and son Louis
Main, E, 116 1881, Watertown Republican, WHS_KR_152
Main, E, 116 1881, Joseph Harvey saloon and billiard hall, WHS_KR_152
Main, E, 116 1898, Schott Bros, saloon and restaurant, WHS_KR_138C
Main, E, 116 1908, Schott Bros, saloon and restaurant, PC_034
Main, E, 116 1908, Schott Bros, saloon and restaurant, WHS_999_040
Main, E, 116 1909c but pre 1935, August Schott, saloon
Main, E, 116 1909c, Edward F Wiemann, lawyer
Main, E, 116 1913, Edward F Wiemann, collections, insur agent, lawyer, notary, real estate
Main, E, 116 1915c, Joseph Harvey saloon, WHS_PC_099c
Main, E, 116 1934, Bittner & Tezlaff, druggists
Main, E, 116 1934, Felix H Zimmermann, physician; Chas W Nebel, optometrist
Main, E, 116 1934, Harold W Hartwig, lawyer
Main, E, 116 1934, Joseph O’Connell, physician
Main, E, 116 1947, Bittner and Tetzlaff Drug Store fire
Main, E, 116 1946, Bittner and Tetzlaff Drug Store fire, WHS_005_021
Main, E, 116 1950, Tetzlaff Pharmacy
Main, E, 116 1957c, Tetzlaff Pharmacy, 1950s-70s city assessor form, WHS_006_018a
Main, E, 116 1957c, Tetzlaff Pharmacy, 1950s-70s city assessor image, WHS_006_018b
Main, E, 116 1965, Tetzlaff Building, Bethesda children's ward
Main, E, 116 1965, Lewis and Clark Apothecary sold to Clark Rhinesmith
Main, E, 116 1971, Tetzlaff  Pharmacy
Main, E, 116 1978, Skogmo Family Store, WHS_005_263
Main, E, 116 1993, C D Beck’s Café
Main, E, 116 2014, Main Street Café, WHS_006_888c
Main, E, 117 Pioneer Store, chapter on
Main, E, 117 1841, first retail store, The Pioneer Store, John & Luther Cole, WHS_005_325
Main, E, 117 1868, Charles Noack built bldg. at 117 E Main, WHS_005_325
Main, E, 117 1872, Frank Trzcenski barber shop and bathing rooms
Main, E, 117 1875, Ad, WHS_008_229E
Main, E, 117 1876c, Charles TH Lotz Saloon, WHS_005_094
Main, E, 117 1876c, Chappell Watch Store, C W, KR_002
Main, E, 117 1876c, Chappell Watch Store, C W, KR_002_B
Main, E, 117 1876c, Chappell Watch Store, C W, KR_002_C
Main, E, 117 1876c, Lotz Saloon, Charles, KR_002
Main, E, 117 1876c, Lotz Saloon, Charles, KR_002_B
Main, E, 117 1876c, Lotz Saloon, Charles, KR_002_C
Main, E, 117 1876c, Solliday, Albert, Dr, KR_002
Main, E, 117 1876c, Solliday, Albert, Dr, KR_002_B
Main, E, 117 1876c, Solliday, Albert, Dr, KR_002_C
Main, E, 117 1885c, August Fuermannn Jr. restaurant, WHS_005_325
Main, E, 117 1885c compared to 1887, August Fuermannn Jr. restaurant, WHS_005_325B
Main, E, 117 1885c, Jacob Ditschler Saloon, WHS_KR_132
Main, E, 117 1885c, C W Rundlett photo studio, WHS_KR_132
Main, E, 117 1885c, F B Tuttle law office, WHS_KR_132
Main, E, 117 1885c, Jacob Ditschler Saloon, WHS_KR_132B
Main, E, 117 1908, Strauss & Sette, dry goods
Main, E, 117 1913, Gile-Strauss-Sette, grocer, dry goods
Main, E, 117 1915c, J C Penney, The Golden Rule
Main E, 117 1915c, Penney's, WHS_PC_099b
Main, E, 117 1917, Penney's, The Golden Rule, Company E parading, WHS_006_Semrich_012
Main, E, 117 1934, National Tea Co
Main, E, 117 1950, National Tea Co, grocery; Little Hat Shop
Main, E, 117 1956, Closing of Brunke Paint and Glass; became Wurtz’s
Main, E, 117 1956, Opening of Wurtz Paint, Edgar Wurtz
Main, E, 117 1957, Wurtz Paint, WHS_011_200P
Main, E, 117 1957c, Wurtz Paint, 1950s-70s city assessor form, WHS_006_019a
Main, E, 117 1957c, Wurtz Paint, 1950s-70s city assessor image, WHS_006_019b
Main, E, 117 1971, Machinist & Masons Union
Main, E, 117 1971, Wurtz’s Paint & Floor Coverings; Intl Brotherhood Corp. & Joiners
Main, E, 117 1993, Wurtz’s Paint & Floor Coverings
Main, E, 117 2008, Eternal Word Ministry
Main, E, 117 2013, World Finance Loans, WHS_006_780
Main, E, 117 2013, World Finance Loans, WHS_006_781
Main, E, 117 2015 Edward Jones Financial Services (James Gehring)
Main, E, 117 1/2 1876c, Albert Solliday, dentist, sign, Teeth Extracted Without Pain, WHS_005_094
Main, E, 117 1/2 1885, Solliday & Meyer, Dentists, WHS_005_325
Main, E, 117 1/2 1887, Solliday & Meyer, Dentists, WHS_005_325B
Main, E, 117 1/2 1892, Solliday & Meyer, dentists
Main, E, 117 1/2 1906, Arthur and Oscar Meyer, Dentists [PC_257]
Main, E, 117 1/2 1957c, Union Hall, 1950s-70s city assessor image, WHS_006_019b
East Main intersects with Second East Main intersects with Second
Main, E, 200 block Now and Then, South side, WHS_006_661
Main, E, 200 block 1887, North side, WHS_006_648
Main, E, 200 block 1887, South side, WHS_006_648
Main, E, 200 block 1905, North and south sides
Main, E, 200 block 1905, North side of, parade, Inter-County Fair, WHS_007_KR125
Main, E, 200 block 1905, North side of, parade, Inter-County Fair, WHS_007_KR126
Main, E, 200 block 1905c, South side
Main, E, 200 block 1906c, South side of, WHS_006_950
Main, E, 200 block 1906c, North side of, WHS_006_950
Main, E, 200 block 1907, South side, Children's Day, WHS_PC_069
Main, E, 200 block 1907, North and south sides of, Homecoming Day, WHS_005_188
Main, E, 200 block 1908, South side, interurban tracks being laid, WHS_005_114
Main, E, 200 block 1909, South side of, WHS_008_074
Main, E, 200 block 1909, North side of, WHS_008_074
Main, E, 200 block 1910, North and south sides of, Apr snowstorm
Main, E, 200 block 1913, North side, WHS_001_PC_236
Main, E, 200 block 1915, North side, Circus Parade, WHS_004_NT_079
Main, E, 200 block 1918, Peace Parade, Company E, WHS_006_Semrich_240
Main, E, 200 block 1918, Peace Parade, Company E, WHS_006_Semrich_241
Main, E, 200 block 1918, Peace Parade, Company E, WHS_006_Semrich_242
Main, E, 200 block 1918, Peace Parade, Company E, WHS_006_Semrich_243
Main, E, 200 block 1918, Peace Parade, Company E, WHS_006_Semrich_244
Main, E, 200 block 1921, South side, Fourth of July parade, WHS_007_KR353
Main, E, 200 block 1928, North and south sides of, WHS_006_620
Main, E, 200 block 1936, South side of, Centennial parade, WHS_006_650
Main, E, 200 block 1936, South side of, Centennial parade, WHS_009_720
Main, E, 200 block 1950s, North and south sides of, WHS_005_005
Main, E, 200 block 1951, South side of, Memorial Day parade, WHS_008_830
Main, E, 200 block 1953,  North side of, WHS_008_212
Main, E, 200 1895, Fellermann & Fischer, clothing
Main, E, 200 1895, Beurhaus-Gloger Shirtwaist Factory
Main, E, 200 1903, Beurhaus-Gloger Shirtwaist Factory
Main, E, 200 1908, Beurhaus-Gloger, dry goods, PC_034
Main, E, 200 Raue’s Hall
Main, E, 200 1909c but pre 1935, Beurhaus Gloger Co., gen merch
Main, E, 200 1909c but pre 1935, Charles V Reed, photographer
Main, E, 200 1911, Dr T F Shinnick, Physician and Surgeon
Main, E, 200 1913, Beurhaus-Gloger Co, dry goods
Main, E, 200 1913, Thomas F Shinnick, physician
Main, E, 200 1934, Elliott s Ladies Shop
Main, E, 200 1934, Henry A Beurhaus, waist mfgr
Main, E, 200 1971, Elliott’s
Main, E, 200 1975, Elliott's, Ruth Ebert mgr, WHS_005_280
Main, E, 200 1975, Elliott's, rear of store, WHS_005_286
Main, E, 200 1989, Elliots location became Maurice's 
Main, E, 200 1993, Maurice’s
Main, E, 200 2011, WHS_006_382
Main, E, 200 1924, Elliotts Fashion Apparel, opening of, WHS_008_363B
Main, E, 200-202 1950, Elliott’s; Gen Manuf Co
Main, E, 200-202 1957, Elliotts
Main, E, 200-202 1957c, Elliott's Ladies Shop, 1950s-70s city assessor form, WHS_006_020a
Main, E, 200-202 1957c, Elliott's Ladies Shop, 1950s-70s city assessor image, WHS_006_020b
Main, E, 200-202 1966, Elliotts Fashion Apparel, Remodel of, WHS_008_363B
Main, E, 200-202 1990, Maurices opened, former Elliotts location
Main, E, 201 1866, Cole's Hall / Cole's Block, WHS_006_346
Main, E, 201 Chapter on Cole's Hall
Main, E, 201 1880-1885, Racek & Jones, WHS_008_669
Main, E, 201 1880-1885, Racek & Jones, WHS_008_669B
Main, E, 201 1894, Achtenhagen & Borchardt, opening of, "Cole's Block"
Main, E, 201 1901, compared to 1909, WHS_006_992b
Main, E, 201 1905, Achtenhagen & Borchardt, General Merchandise, PC_051
Main, E, 201 1905c, WHS_006_972
Main, E, 201 1906c, Achtenhagen & Borchardt?, WHS_006_950
Main, E, 201 1908, Achtenhagen & Borchardt, General Merchandise, WHS_005_114
Main, E, 201 1909, Achtenhagen & Borchardt?, WHS_008_074
Main, E, 201 1913, Achtenhagen & Borchardt, general stores
Main, E, 201 1917, Company E parading, WHS_006_Semrich_012
Main, E, 201 1972, J C Penney, WHS_008_825
Main, E, 201 2008, Lyons Pub
Main, E, 201-203 1909, J C Penney, dept store
Main, E, 201-203 1936, Centennial parade, WHS_006_650
Main, E, 201-203 1936, Children's Parade, WHS_006_978
Main, E, 201-203 1944, Penney's, WHS_006_991
Main, E, 201-203 1950, J C Penney Store
Main, E, 201-203 1953,  J C Penney's WHS_008_212
Main, E, 201-203 1981, Penney's, Fourth of July parade, WHS_009_348
Main, E, 202 1900, William Volkmann store building
Main, E, 202 1909c but pre 1935, Charles J. Wenck, insurance agent
Main, E, 202 1909c but pre 1935, Emil Tanck, insurance agent
Main, E, 202 1909c but pre 1935, Kelley-Borchard, Co., clothing
Main, E, 202 1901, William C Raue & Sons, painters
Main, E, 202 1910, Odd Fellows move to, from 401 E Main
Main, E, 202 1919, William C Raue & Sons Co,WHS_008_216
Main, E, 202 1913, William C Raue & Sons Co, painters-house & sign
Main, E, 202 1915, Bittner & Tetzlaff Rexall Drug Store, Ansco Films
Main, E, 202 1917, Raue & Sons office and retail paint & wall paper store, WHS_006_614
Main, E, 202 1966, Elliotts Fashion Apparel, expanded into 202 E Main, WHS_008_363B
Main, E, 203 Now and Then, South side, WHS_006_661
Main, E, 203 1880-1885, Frederick Bertram, WHS_008_669
Main, E, 203 1894, Clara Weiss millinery shop, annual opening of
Main, E, 203 1901, compared to 1909, WHS_006_992b
Main, E, 203 1905c, WHS_006_972
Main, E, 203 1906c, Schempf & Schultz, WHS_006_950
Main, E, 203 1908, Schempf Drug Store, interurban tracks being laid, WHS_005_114
Main, E, 203 1909, Schempf’s Rexall Drug Store
Main, E, 203 1909, Schempf & Schultz, WHS_008_074
Main, E, 202 1913, Emil Tanck, notary public
Main, E, 203 1913c, Schempf & Schulz, WHS_008_058
Main, E, 203 1913c, Schempf & Schulz, WHS_008_171
Main, E, 203 1913c, Schempf & Schulz, PC_379
Main, E, 203 1913, Schlempf's Drug Co, druggist
Main, E, 203 1913, Schempf’s Rexall Drug Store, Jannke: Then & Now, Watertown, WI, p 49
Main, E, 203 1917, Schempf's Rexall Drug Store, Company E parading, WHS_006_Semrich_012
Main, E, 203 2005, Francesca's Pasta Ria, Joe Santorelli owner
Main, E, 204 1885, Herman Eberle Drug, WHS_KR_151
Main, E, 204 Racek Building, original, saloon, restaurant
Main, E, 204 Schubert Drug Store
Main, E, 204 1909, Eberle Drug Store, Herman Eberle
Main, E, 204 1915, Eberle Drug
Main, E, 204 1920, Eberle Drug Store sold to Huth and Bandelin
Main, E, 204 1920, Huth & Bandelin, pharmacists, ad, Orbit
Main, E, 204 1925, Huth & Hoyer Drug Store
Main, E, 204 Weber (William) Hardware Store
Main, E, 204 Busse Pharmacy
Main, E, 204 1944, Busse's, WHS_006_991
Main, E, 204 1950, Citizens Loan Co
Main, E, 204 1957, Busse Pharmacy, ad
Main, E, 204 1957c, Busse Drug, 1950s-70s city assessor form, WHS_006_022a
Main, E, 204 1957c, Busse Drug, 1950s-70s city assessor image, WHS_006_022b
Main, E, 204 1975, Busse Drug Store, WHS_005_279
Main, E, 204 1975, Busse Drug Store, rear of store, WHS_005_288
Main, E, 204 1986, Busse's, consolidates with Mallach's Pharmacy
Main, E, 204 2012, Vacated by Aurora
Main, E, 205 1859, S S St. John, Dry Goods
Main, E, 205 1880-1885, August Toelke, WHS_008_669
Main, E, 205 1880-1885, August Toelk, WHS_008_669C
Main, E, 205 1898, Knights of Pythias Hall, signage (hard to see) WHS_KR_138C
Main, E, 205 1894, Sale of clothing at this location
Main, E, 205 1901, compared to 1909, floor plans, WHS_006_992b
Main, E, 205 1905c, WHS_006_972
Main, E, 205 1906c, Gas Company, WHS_006_950
Main, E, 205 1908, Watertown Gas & Electric Co, interurban tracks laid, WHS_005_114
Main, E, 205 1909, Gas Company, WHS_008_074
Main, E, 205 1910, Watertown Gas & Electric Co, Apr snowstorm
Main, E, 205 1913, Watertown Gas & Electric Co, Electric Light & Power
Main, E, 205 1915, Watertown Gas & Electric
Main, E, 205 1917c, Knights of Pythias Hall in Cole's Hall, WHS_006_Semrich_036
Main, E, 205 1917c, Knights of Pythias Hall in Cole's Hall, WHS_006_Semrich_037
Main, E, 205 1917c, Knights of Pythias Hall in Cole's Hall, WHS_006_Semrich_038
Main, E, 205 1917c, Knights of Pythias Hall in Cole's Hall, WHS_006_Semrich_039
Main, E, 205 1917c, Knights of Pythias Hall in Cole's Hall, WHS_006_Semrich_040
Main, E, 205 1917c, Knights of Pythias Hall in Cole's Hall, WHS_006_Semrich_041
Main, E, 205 1917c, Knights of Pythias Hall in Cole's Hall, WHS_006_Semrich_042
Main, E, 205 1917c, Knights of Pythias Hall in Cole's Hall, WHS_006_Semrich_043
Main, E, 205 1934, Knights of Pythias Hall
Main, E, 205 1934, Olympia Candy Kitchen
Main, E, 205 1936, Centennial parade, WHS_006_650
Main, E, 205 1957c, Kresge's, 1950s-70s city assessor form, WHS_006_024a
Main, E, 205 1975c, Kresge's, WHS_008_426
Main, E, 205 1957c, Kresge's, 1950s-70s city assessor image, WHS_006_024b
Main, E, 205 1987, Klines, WHS_006_956
Main, E, 205 1993, Kline’s Dept Store
Main, E, 205-207 1944, Kresge's, WHS_006_991
Main, E, 205-207 1950, Kresge's; Knights of Pythias Hall;  Clarence L Bergmann, dentist
Main, E, 205-207 1957c, Kresge's, 1950s-70s city assessor form, WHS_006_025a
Main, E, 205-207 1957c, Kresge's, 1950s-70s city assessor image, WHS_006_025b
Main, E, 205-213 1981, Fourth of July parade, Kresge's, WHS_009_477
Main, E, 206 1885, John Heymann and Hotel Garni, WHS_KR_151
Main, E, 206 1885, John Heymann, KR_153
Main, E, 206 1895, Weigly Shoe store
Main, E, 206 1906, Kronitz building
Main, E, 206 1907, Palace Theatre
Main, E, 206 1907, Palace Theater becomes Lyric
Main, E, 206 1912, Princess Theater opened, former Palace and Lyric theaters
Main, E, 206 1913, Herro, E & Son, billiard & pool hall
Main, E, 206 1920s, Believed to be Herro's, billard Hall, pool tables, WHS_006_Semrich_135
Main, E, 206 1934, Miller-Jones Shoe Store
Main, E, 206 1944, Miller-Jones Shoes, WHS_006_991
Main, E, 206  1950, Meyer’s Shoe Store
Main, E, 206 1971, Nodgaard Shoes
Main, E, 206 1975c, Rich's Bootery, 1950s-70s city assessor image, WHS_006_023b
Main, E, 206 1975, Rich's Bootery, WHS_005_278
Main, E, 207 1880-1885, Winkenwerder Hardware, WHS_008_669
Main, E, 207 1901, compared to 1909, WHS_006_992bb
Main, E, 207 1905c, WHS_006_972
Main, E, 207 1906c, Winkenwerder Hardware, WHS_006_950
Main, E, 207 1908, Winkenwerder, Hardware
Main, E, 207 1909, Winkenwerder Hardware, WHS_008_074
Main, E, 207 1913, H & O Winkenwerder, hardware, stoves & tinware
Main, E, 207 1915, Winkenwerder Hardware
Main, E. 207 1967, Kresge’s, WHS_006_188
Main, E, 207 2012, Purchase of
Main, E, 207 1/2 1967, Household Finance, WHS_006_188
Main, E, 207-209 1854, Transfer of lot between Schempf brothers, Schempf Building, WHS_008_205
Main, E, 207-209 1983, Kresge location occupied by Klines
Main, E, 207-209 1999, Calico Cottage moved to
Main, E, 207-209 2012, Purchase of
Main, E, 207-213 1936, Schempf's, Centennial parade, WHS_006_650
Main, E, 207-213 1936, Schempf's, Centennial parade, WHS_009_720
Main, E, 207-213 1957, Kresge Store
Main, E, 207-213 1957, Kresge's, WHS_006_963
Main, E, 207-213 1968c, Kresge's, street view, WHS_008_131
Main, E, 207-213 1970s, approx, Kresge's, WHS_008_169
Main, E, 207-213 2014, Rear of building, WHS_008_060
Main, E, 207-213 2014, Rear of building, WHS_008_060b
Main, E, 207 1/2 1950, Scholl Bldg, Henry L. Scholl Agency - Ins. & Real Est.; Sonotone Hearing Aids
Main, E, 207 1/2 1957c, Household Finance, 1950s-70s city assessor image, WHS_006_025b
Main, E, 207 1/2 1971, Household Finance Corp
Main, E, 208 1891-1894, Trayser Dry Goods
Main, E, 208 1895, Badger State Magnetic Appliance Co
Main, E, 208 1909 and 1913, Mrs Minna Lange, milliner
Main, E, 208 1934, Scholl’s women's wear
Main, E, 208 1950, Sherwin Williams Co
Main, E, 208 1956, Sherwin Williams Co, WHS_006_411
Main, E, 208 1957c, Sherwin-Williams, 1950s-70s city assessor form, WHS_006_026a
Main, E, 208 1957c, Sherwin-Williams, 1950s-70s city assessor image, WHS_006_026b
Main, E, 208 1969, Julie Ann Fabric Shop, opening of
Main, E, 208 1957, Sherwin-Williams paint store, WHS_011_200N
Main, E, 208 1975, Warren Schey House of Music, WHS_005_277
Main, E, 208 1985, Dean Witter Reynolds moved to
Main, E, 208 1986, Dean Witter Reynolds
Main, E, 208-210 1905, Herman Raue, Inter-County Fair, WHS_007_KR125
Main, E, 208-210 1905, Herman Raue, Inter-County Fair, WHS_007_KR126
Main, E, 208-210 1905, Watertown Photo, Inter-County Fair, WHS_007_KR126
Main, E, 208-210 1909, Watertown Photo Co
Main, E, 209 2012, Martz' Muzzlez Range and Dealership
Main, E, 209-211 1892, Schempf Bros, Weltburger, 10 01 1892, drawing, WHS_005_876
Main, E, 209-211 1895c, Store front, Schempf’s salesman, WHS_008_175
Main, E, 209-211 1899-1936, Schempf's General Store
Main, E, 209-211 1901, compared to 1909, WHS_006_992b
Main, E, 209-211 1902, WHS_006_943
Main, E, 209-211 1904, Schempf's, remodeled, WHS_006_964
Main, E, 209-211 1905c, WHS_006_972
Main, E, 209-211 1906c, Schempf Bros, WHS_006_950
Main, E, 209-211 1907, Schempf's, Children's Day, WHS_PC_069
Main, E, 209-211 1907, Meyne Drug Company
Main, E, 209-211 Schempf's, Interurban
Main, E, 209-211 1909, Schempf's, WHS_008_074
Main, E, 209-211 1910, Schempf's, Apr snowstorm
Main, E, 209-211 1954, Montgomery Ward, WHS_006_951
Main, E, 209-211 Kresge’s
Main, E, 209-213 1913, Schempf Brothers, dept store, dry goods
Main, E, 209-213 1921, Schempfs, Fourth of July parade, WHS_007_KR353
Main, E, 209-213 1944, Montgomery Ward, WHS_006_991
Main, E, 209-213 1950, Montgomery Ward Co
Main, E, 210 1885, William Rohr, tailor, WHS_KR_151
Main, E, 210 1885, William Rohr, KR_153
Main, E, 210 Early, E Herro ice cream parlor
Main, E, 210 1906c, E. Herro & Son, WHS_006_950
Main, E, 210 1908, E. Herro & Son, confectioner
Main, E, 210 1909, E. Herro & Son, confectioner
Main, E, 210 1909, E. Herro & Son, WHS_008_074
Main, E, 210 1913, E Herro & Son, confectioner
Main, E, 210 1913, Herro Clothing, WHS_001_PC_236
Main, E, 210 1915, Herro & Son
Main, E, 210 1934, A&P Co; Milady Beauty Shop
Main, E, 210 1938, ACE Hardware opened
Main, E, 210 1950, Herro’s Fine Foods, resturant
Main, E, 210 1957c, Herro's restaurant, 1950s-70s city assessor form, WHS_006_027a
Main, E, 210 1957c, Herro's restaurant, 1950s-70s city assessor image, WHS_006_027b
Main, E, 210 1971, Herro’s Tot & Teen
Main, E, 210 1975, Kline's Tot & Teen, WHS_005_276
Main, E, 210 1/2 My Lady's Beauty Studio, WHS_006_959
Main, E, 210-212 1993, Ray’s Shoes
Main, E, 211 1957c, Montgomery Ward, 1950s-70s city assessor form, WHS_006_028a
Main, E, 211 1957c, Montgomery Ward, 1950s-70s city assessor image, WHS_006_028b
Main, E, 211-213 1957, Kresge expands into former Montgomery Ward store
Main, E, 212 1885, Henry Meyer, boots & shoes, WHS_KR_151
Main, E, 212 1885, Henry Meyer, KR_153
Main, E, 212 1905, Henry Meyer Shoes, Inter-County Fair, WHS_007_KR125
Main, E, 212 1905, Henry Meyer Shoes, Inter-County Fair, WHS_007_KR126
Main, E, 212 1909c but pre 1935, G Henze, Justice Peace; Eugene Meyer, shoe store
Main, E, 212 1913, Eugene Meyer, boots & shoes retail
Main, E, 212 1934, Grady & Dakin, lawyers
Main, E, 212 1950, Mrs Helen E Smith - wholesale paper
Main, E, 212 1950, Ray’s Red Goose; Felix H Zimmerman, physician
Main, E, 212 1957c, Ray's Red Goose Shoes, 1950s-70s city assessor form, WHS_006_029a
Main, E, 212 1957c, Ray's Red Goose Shoes, 1950s-70s city assessor image, WHS_006_029b
Main, E, 212 1971, Ray’s Red Goose Shoes
Main, E, 212-214 1975, Ray's Shoes, WHS_005_294
Main, E, 212-214 2002, Ray's Shoes becomes Brown's Shoe Fit Co.
Main, E, 212 1/2 1956, Dr. John O. Hadley office
Main, E, 212 1/2 1993, MSP Inc.
Main, E, 213 1901, compared to 1909, WHS_006_992b, fire insurance map
Main, E, 213 1905c, WHS_006_972
Main, E, 213 1906c, Sproesser Jewelry, WHS_006_950
Main, E, 213 1909, Sproesser Jewelry, WHS_008_074
Main, E, 213 1913, Former Sproesser bldg became part of Schempf Store, 209-213 E Main
Main, E, 213 Sproesser's, chapter on
Main, E, 214 1881, Wenzel Cech general store
Main, E, 214 1885, Wenzel Cech, WHS_KR_151
Main, E, 214 1885, Wenzel Cech, KR_153
Main, E, 214 1885c, Wenzel Cech Saloon, WHS_KR_129
Main, E, 214 1899, Sept 13-15, Queen of Harvest Jubilee & Carnival, WHS_008_187
Main, E, 214 1905, Schott Bros, Inter-County Fair, WHS_007_KR125
Main, E, 214 1905, Schott Bros, Inter-County Fair, WHS_007_KR126
Main, E, 214 1909c but pre 1935, Schott Bros. Saloon; Schott's Café
Main, E, 214 Schott (Otto and Reinhold) café and restaurant
Main, E, 214 1909, Schott Bros, WHS_008_074
Main, E, 214 1910, Schott Bros Saloon and restaurant, Apr snowstorm
Main, E, 214 1913, Schott Brothers, restaurant
Main, E, 214 1920s, Schott Brothers, WHS_006_495
Main, E, 214 1920s, Schott Brothers, WHS_009_457
Main, E, 214 1920s, Schott Café, WHS_009_507
Main, E, 214 1948c-1968c, Yost's, women's clothing store
Main, E, 214 1957c, Yost's, 1950s-70s city assessor form, WHS_006_030a
Main, E, 214 1957c, Yost's, 1950s-70s city assessor image, WHS_006_030b
Main, E, 214 1971, Thorman’s Clothing
Main, E, 215 Now and Then, South side, WHS_006_661
Main, E, 215 1901, compared to 1909, WHS_006_992b
Main, E, 215 1905c, WHS_006_972
Main, E, 215 1906c, Joseph Hertel Shoes, WHS_006_950
Main, E, 215 1909c but pre 1935, Charles R Blumenfeld, lawyer; Joseph Hertel, boots and shoes
Main, E, 215 1909, Joseph Hertel Shoes, WHS_008_074
Main, E, 215 1913, Jacobi & Blumenfeld, insurance agents, real estate, steamship passage
Main, E, 215 1913, Charles R Blumenfeld, lawyer
Main, E, 215 1917, Spohn's Shoe, WHS_004_NT_113
Main, E, 215 1921, Spohn's, Fourth of July parade, WHS_007_KR353
Main, E, 215 1934, Wickner's Boot Shop
Main, E, 215 1936, Wickner's Boot Shop, Centennial parade, WHS_006_650
Main, E, 215 1939, Wickner's Boot Shop, Ad, WHS_999_014
Main, E, 215 1941, Wickner's Boot Shop, WHS_008_519
Main, E, 215 1945, Wickner's Boot Shop
Main, E, 215 1950, Wickner’s Foot Shop
Main, E, 215 1957c, Wickner's Boot Shop, 1950s-70s city assessor form, WHS_006_031a
Main, E, 215 1957c, Wickner's Boot Shop, 1950s-70s city assessor image, WHS_006_031b
Main, E, 215 1971, Thorpe Finance
Main, E, 215 1981, Fourth of July parade, Dean Witter Reynolds, WHS_009_366
Main, E, 215 1993, Calico Cottage
Main, E, 216 1847, Stephan Marsh cabinet shop
Main, E, 216 1888-1891, Trachte & Trayser
Main, E, 216 1891-1896, Trachte Dry Goods and then Music Store
Main, E, 216 1899, Sept 13-15, Queen of Harvest Jubilee & Carnival, WHS_008_187
Main, E, 216 1905, Deutsches Dorf, Inter-County Fair, WHS_007_KR125
Main, E, 216 1905, Deutsches Dorf, Inter-County Fair, WHS_007_KR126
Main, E, 216 1906c, Deutsches Dorf, WHS_006_950
Main, E, 216 1908c, Deutsches Dorf, Market Day
Main, E, 216 Deutsches Dorf, Garret M Gahlman
Main, E, 216 Deutsches Dorf, Interurban
Main, E, 216 1913, Deutsches Dorf, WHS_001_PC_236
Main, E, 216 Gas and Electric Co
Main, E, 216 1920s, Wisconsin Gas & Electric, WHS_006_495
Main, E, 216 1920s, Wisconsin Gas & Electric, WHS_009_457
Main, E, 216 1920s, Wisconsin Gas & Electric, WHS_009_507
Main, E, 216 1957, Wisconsin Electric Power Co
Main, E, 216 1957, Wisconsin Natural Gas Co
Main, E, 216 1957c, Wisc Electric Power, 1950s-70s city assessor form, WHS_006_032b
Main, E, 216 1957c, Wisc Electric Power, 1950s-70s city assessor image, WHS_006_032b
Main, E, 216 1975, Wisconsin Electric Power and Gas, WHS_005_293
Main, E, 216 1993, Wisconsin Electric Power Co
Main, E, 216 1994, Wisconsin Elec bldg. acquired by Ray's Shoes
Main, E, 216 2004, Brown’s Shoe
Main, E, 217 Now and Then, South side, WHS_006_661
Main, E, 217 1895, Charles Schiffler, tailor
Main, E, 217 1897, Schiffler & Wegemann, tailors and clothiers
Main, E, 217 1901, compared to 1909, WHS_006_992b
Main, E, 217 1905c, Wegemann & Weber, clothing
Main, E, 217   1906, Wegemann & Weber becomes Wegemann-Faber-Kaercher Co, clothing-retail
Main, E, 217 1906c, Wagemann & Weber, WHS_006_950
Main, E, 217 1907, Wegemann & Weber, clothing, Children's Day, WHS_PC_069
Main, E, 217 1897 and 1957 views, WHS_006_784N
Main, E, 217 1909c, Wegemann-Faber-Kaercher Co; Otto C Hahn, court commissioner, lawyer
Main, E, 217 1913, Wegemann-Faber-Kaercher Co, clothing-retail
Main, E, 217 1913, Otto C Hahn, court commissioner, lawyer
Main, E, 217 1915, Wegemann-Faber-Kaercher
Main, E, 217 1921, Wegemann-Faber-Kaercher, Fourth of July parade, WHS_007_KR353
Main, E, 217 1934, Kroger Grocery & Baking Co
Main, E, 217 1934, Kroger Grocery & Baking Co assumed, "pork chops" in window, WHS_006_650
Main, E, 217 1941, Krogers, WHS_008_519
Main, E, 217 1941, William B Clifford, Signage upon magnification of WHS_008_519
Main, E, 217 1941, Frederic Kosanke, Signage upon magnification of WHS_008_519
Main, E, 217 1950, Dr Fred Kosanke; Dr Thos Stein, eye doctor
Main, E, 217 1950, Salick Jewelry; Clifford & Fitzpatrick, lawyers
Main, E, 217 1957c, Salick's Jewelry, 1950s-70s city assessor form, WHS_006_033b
Main, E, 217 1957c, Salick's Jewelry, 1950s-70s city assessor image, WHS_006_033b
Main, E, 217 1957 and 1897 views, WHS_006_784N
Main, E, 217 1971, Salick’s
Main, E, 217 1981, Fourth of July parade, Salick's, WHS_009_430
Main, E, 217 1981, Fourth of July parade, Salick's, WHS_009_456
Main, E, 217 1993, Salick’s
Main, E, 217 2012, Bradow Jewelers
East Main intersects with Third East Main intersects with Third
Main, E, 300 Block 1887, South side, WHS_006_648
Main, E, 300 block 1898, North side, laying of water line, Adolph Miller house, WHS_004_NT_063
Main, E, 300 block 1898, North side, laying of water line, WHS_004_NT_064
Main E, 300 Block 1905, North side of, parade, Inter-County Fair, WHS_007_KR125
Main E, 300 Block 1905, North side of, parade, Inter-County Fair, WHS_007_KR126
Main, E, 300 block 1905c, North side
Main, E, 300 block 1907, South side, Children's Day, WHS_PC_069
Main, E, 300 block 1907, South side of,  Homecoming Day, WHS_005_188
Main, E, 300 block 1910, North and south sides, Inter County Fair
Main, E, 300 block 1910c, Band, unknown, may be the Sinnissippi band, WHS_009_303
Main, E, 300 block 1913, North side, WHS_001_PC_236
Main, E, 300 block 1913c, Homecoming, fictitious “skyscraper”  WHS_PC_062
Main, E, 300 block 1915c, WHS_009_452
Main, E, 300 block 1918c, North and south sides, car parade on Main, WHS_009_340
Main, E, 300 block 1920s, North and south sides
Main, E, 300 block 1926, South side, Interurban shown, WHS_006_496
Main, E, 300 block 1954, South side, Centennial parade, WHS_011_057
Main, E, 300 block 1950s, North and south sides
Main, E, 300 block 1960s, North and south sides
Main, E, 300 1890c, Tercinski Hair Goods, WHS_KR_147
Main, E, 300 1890c, Watertown Journal, Wm Reber, prop., WHS_KR_147
Main, E, 300 1908, Sale of bldg, Tercinski to Buchheit, becomes Radtke saloon, Central Café
Main, E, 300 1909, Joseph O'Connell, physician
Main, E, 300 1909c but pre 1935, W C Radtke, saloon; Edward B Volkman, insur agent
Main, E, 300 1911, Otto C Riebe, architect, ad
Main, E, 300 1911, William Dahms saloon
Main, E, 300 1912, Farmers City Bank opened
Main, E, 300 1913, Gustav Buchheit, insurance, collections, lawyer, loans & investments
Main, E, 300 1913, Charles M Van Orden, real estate
Main, E, 300 1913, Otto C Riebe, architect
Main, E, 300 1913, Joseph O'Connell, physician
Main, E, 300 1913, Farmers & Citizens Bank, safe depository boxes
Main, E, 300 1934, Farmers & Citizens Bank Bldg; Lueck & Beggan, lawyers
Main, E, 300 1934, Frank S Weber, Acct.; food & grocery code authority
Main, E, 300 1913, Frank Bramer, music teacher
Main, E, 300 1950, Dr William C Becker
Main, E, 300 1950, Farmer’s & Citizens Bank
Main, E, 300 1950, Lueck & Hibbard, lawyers
Main, E, 300 1956c, Farmers & Citizens Bank, 1950s-70s city assessor form, WHS_006_034a
Main, E, 300 1956c, Farmers & Citizens Bank, 1950s-70s city assessor image, WHS_006_034b
Main, E, 300 1956, Farmers & Citizens Bank Building, sold
Main, E, 300 1957, Casey's Boys Shop, WHS_011_200G
Main, E, 300 1960, Ward's Cards, Candies and Gifts
Main, E, 300 1964, Himrich's Card°s, Candles and Gift Shop, estab of
Main, E, 300 1971, Central Bldg., Himerich Cards, candies & gifts
Main, E, 300 1971, NW Mutual Life Ins.
Main, E, 300 1975, Himrick's, candies, cards, gifts, Central Bldg, WHS_005_267
Main, E, 300 1975, Himrick's, candiies, cards, gifts, Central Bldg, WHS_005_301
Main, E, 300 1993, The Cutting Crew (Beauty Shop)
Main, E, 300 2002, Mallach's Book Store, closing of
Main, E, 300 2003-2012, Watertown Booksellers, Closed Sept 2012
Main, E, 300 2014, Repair to façade, WHS_006_945
Main, E, 300 1/2 1895, Watertown Journal
Main, E, 300 1/2 1957c, Kastenmeier, Robert, atty, 1950s-70s city assessor image, WHS_006_034b
Main, E, 300 1/2 1957c, Lueck, Robert, atty, 1950s-70s city assessor image, WHS_006_034b
Main, E, 301 1895c, Platz & Brandt, WHS_KR_142
Main, E, 301 1902, William F Brandt & Son, Dry Goods, chapter on
Main, E, 301 1902, William F Brandt & Son, Dry Goods, Picturesque Watertown
Main, E, 301 1907, William F Brandt & Son, Dry Goods, Children's Day, WHS_PC_069
Main, E, 301-303 1913, William F Brandt & Son Co, Grocer, Clothing-Retail, Dry Goods
Main, E, 301-303 1910, William F Brandt, Inter County Fair, WHS_PC_454
Main, E, 301-303 1934, People’s Fruit Market
Main, E, 301-303 1934, Peter W Plendl, meats; Ben Franklin
Main, E, 301-303 1940s, mid, Gambles Store, WHS_011_240
Main, E, 301-303 1950, Gamble’s Store
Main, E, 301-303 1954, Gamble's Store, WHS_011_057
Main, E, 301-303 1954, Gambles vacates, become Klines
Main, E, 301-303 1957, Kline's Dept Store, ad
Main, E, 301-303 1957c, Kline's Dept Store, 1950s-70s city assessor form, WHS_006_036a
Main, E, 301-303 1957c, Kline's Dept Store, 1950s-70s city assessor image, WHS_006_036b
Main, E, 301-303 1960s, Kline's
Main, E, 301-303 1983, Kresge location occupied by Klines
Main, E, 301-303 1985, Ben Franklin store opened
Main, E, 301-303 1993, Ben Franklin
Main, E, 301-303 1996, Froggy's, opening of, sports bar and dance club
Main, E, 301-303 2008, Foxxi'z, opening of, bar, resturant
Main, E, 301-303 2014, 920 Nightclub, Bar, Grill
Main, E, 301-303 2015, 920 Nightclub, Bar, Grill, exterior painting, WHS_008_470
Main, E, 301-303 2015, 920 Nightclub, Bar, Grill, exterior painting, WHS_008_471
Main, E, 302 1909c but pre 1935, Frank Tercinski, hair goods; Otto Schatz, boots and shoes
Main, E, 302 1911, Otto A. Schatz, boots and shoes, closing of
Main, E, 302 1971, Sherwin Williams
Main, E, 302 1975, Sherwin Williams, paint, decorating, WHS_008_399
Main, E, 302 1993, Sherwin-Williams
Main, E, 302 1/2 1957c, Carlson, Floyd, dentist, 1950s-70s city assessor image, WHS_006_035b
Main, E, 302-304 1897, Grube H (Herman) & Co, General Store
Main, E, 302-304 1909, H. Grube & Co. General Merchandise
Main, E, 302-304 1913, Grube-Greinert Mercantile Co, clothing-retail, dry goods
Main, E, 302-304 1934, Grube-Greinert Merc Co
Main, E, 302-304 1950, Dr E W Bowen
Main, E, 302-304 1950, Dr Floyd Carlson, dentist
Main, E, 302-304 1950, Harris Ace Hardware Store
Main, E, 302-304 1950, ACE Hardware
Main, E, 302-304 1957c, Ace Hardware, 1950s-70s city assessor form, WHS_006_035a
Main, E, 302-304 1957c, Ace Hardware, 1950s-70s city assessor image, WHS_006_035b
Main, E, 302-304 2006, La Finca de Adobe, Mexican Food
Main, E, 302-304 2014, La Finca De Adobe Restaurant, WHS_008_399
Main, E, 302-304 2014, La Finca De Adobe Restaurant, WHS_008_400
Main, E, 303 1895c, Henry Nowack furniture store, WHS_008_676
Main, E, 304 1927, Two doors east of Classic Theater, WHS_006_877
Main, E, 304 1957, Ace Hardware, ad
Main, E, 304 1975, Sherwin Williams, paint, decorating, WHS_008_400
Main, E, 305 1909c but pre 1935, Fred Pohlman, boots and shoes; Maude Monrean, dressmaker
Main, E, 305 1913, Fred Pohlmann, boots & shoes repairing
Main, E, 305 1913, Maude Monrean, dressmaker
Main, E, 305 1934, Kuenzi & Frattinger, clothing
Main, E, 305 1950, Kuenzi & Frattenger, men's clothing
Main, E, 305 1955, pre, Kuenzi and Frattinger men’s store
Main, E, 305 1955, Kuenzi and Juul men’s store, closing of
Main, E, 305 1955, Ruesch's Fine Footward relocated to this site
Main, E, 305 1957c, Ruesch's Footware, 1950s-70s city assessor form, WHS_006_037a
Main, E, 305 1957c, Ruesch's Footware, 1950s-70s city assessor image, WHS_006_037b
Main, E, 306 1905c, Florist signage, Amalia Werschuetz Notions (1899) ?
Main, E, 306 1905c, William Mathieu photographer
Main, E, 306 1909c, Mrs J [Minnie] Kohl, delicatessen; Wm J Huebner, photographer
Main, E, 306 1909, Mrs J [Minnie] Kohl grocery store sold to Charles A Kohn
Main, E, 306 1910, Orpheum Theater
Main, E, 306 1927, Adjacent to Classic Theater, WHS_006_877
Main, E, 306 1934, Sally Ann Bake Shop
Main, E, 306 1940c, Bakery
Main, E, 306 1950, Mrs. Ruby Silver, millner
Main, E, 306 1957c, Tot & Teen Shop, 1950s-70s city assessor form, WHS_006_039a
Main, E, 306 1957c, Tot & Teen Shop, 1950s-70s city assessor image, WHS_006_039b
Main, E, 306 1964, Tot & Teen Shop, moved to 210 E Main
Main, E, 306 1966, New York Market sold, became Miller's Meat Market
Main, E, 306 1971, Colonial Sewing Shoppe
Main, E, 306 1975, Central State Credit Union, WHS_005_304
Main, E, 306 1993, Just You & Me Kid
Main, E, 307 1909, William G Pritzlaff & Co, hardware
Main, E, 307 1910, Ad, Preitzlaff & Co, WHS_006_509
Main, E, 307 1910, William G Pritzlaff & Co, hardware, stoves & tinware
Main, E, 307 1913, William G Pritzlaff & Co, hardware, stoves & tinware
Main, E, 307 1934, Watertown Hardware Co.
Main, E, 307 1945, Wrasse-Draheim Firestone
Main, E, 307 1950, Rex Draheim, Auto Supplies
Main, E, 307 1957, Rex Draheim & 31 E Market, ad
Main, E, 307 1959, Firestone Store, also includes 107 E Main
Main, E, 307 1960s, Coast to Coast Stores, 1950s-70s city assessor form, WHS_006_038a
Main, E, 307 1960s, Coast to Coast Stores, 1950s-70s city assessor image, WHS_006_038b
Main, E, 307 1960s, Coast to Coast
Main, E, 307 1983, Coast to Coast, hardware, remodeling of
Main, E, 307 1993, Dopke Insurance
Main, E, 307 1993, Nature’s Health Center
Main, E, 307 1993, Stardust Gifts
Main, E, 307 1995, Cool Bikes
Main, E, 307 2014, The Closet Hanger, Fire Dept called, Facebook portfolio of pics
Main, E, 308 1905c, William Roark sign
Main, E, 308 1909, William Roark, saloon
Main, E, 308 1913, Arthur Hilgendorf, saloon
Main, E, 308 1913, Arthur Hilgendorf saloon, WHS_001_PC_236
Main, E, 308 1920s, Classic Theater
Main, E, 308 1927, Classic Theater, "Quality Street" with Marion Davis, WHS_006_877
Main, E, 308 1939, Raabe Meinhardt, in person, Wizard of Oz opening, Aug 1939, WHS_006_293
Main, E, 308 1940c, Classic Theater
Main, E, 308 1944, Classic Theater signage, distant, WHS_006_991
Main, E, 308 1940s late, Classic Theater, Fourth of July (1 of 2),  background, adjacent of Woolworth's
Main, E, 308 1940s late, Classic Theater, Fourth of July (2 of 2),  background, adjacent of Woolworth's
Main, E, 308 1950s, Classic Theater
Main, E, 308 1957c, Classic Theater, 1950s-70s city assessor form, WHS_006_041a
Main, E, 308 1957c, Classic Theater, 1950s-70s city assessor image, WHS_006_041b
Main, E, 308 1960s, Classic Theater
Main, E, 308 1971, Classic Theatre
Main, E, 308 1975, Town Theater, WHS_005_305
Main, E, 308 1993, Towne Theatre
Main, E, 309 1903, Raue Painting
Main, E, 309 1909, Harry J Stube, boots and shoes
Main, E, 309 1913, Harry J Stube, boots & shoes retail
Main, E, 309 1957c, Vanity Hats, 1950s-70s city assessor form, WHS_006_040a
Main, E, 309 1957c, Vanity Hats, 1950s-70s city assessor image, WHS_006_040b
Main, E, 309 1971, Schneider Jewelry
Main, E, 309 1950-1985, Schneider Jewelry, closing of
Main, E, 309 1993, Jock Shop
Main, E, 310 1881, Snow storm, Emil Seibel, dry goods, WHS_005_612, formerly 58 E Main
Main, E, 310 1894, Emil Seibel, Red Brick Front, Advertisement
Main, E, 310 1898, Emil Seibel, dry goods, laying sewer line on Main, WHS_004_NT_063
Main, E, 310 1898, Emil Seibel, dry goods, laying water line on Main, WHS_004_NT_064
Main, E, 310 1900c, Seibel's Dry Goods, WHS_008_673
Main, E, 310 1909c but pre 1935, Emil Seibel & Co., notions; Otto C. Riebe, architect
Main, E, 310 1909c, Emil Seibel dry goods, pre remodel, WHS_005_600
Main, E, 310 1909c, Emil Seibel dry goods, post remodel, WHS_005_599
Main, E, 310 1909, Fred B Schneider, house furnishings, ad
Main, E, 310 1913, First location of Classic Theater
Main, E, 310 1913, Fred B Schneider, house furnishings
Main, E, 310 1934, Salick’s Jewelry
Main, E, 310 1950, Tot & Teen Shop
Main, E, 310 1971, Bonnet Shop
Main, E, 310 1975, Bonnet Shop, WHS_005_305
Main, E, 310 1993, Vacant
Main, E, 311 1909, Arthur Goeldner, saloon
Main, E, 311 1934, Faber’s Men’s clothing
Main, E, 311 1950, Gossfeld’s Barber Shop
Main, E, 311 1957c, Faber's Men's & Cleaners, 1950s-70s city assessor form, WHS_006_042a
Main, E, 311 1957c, Faber's Men's & Cleaners, 1950s-70s city assessor image, WHS_006_042b
Main, E, 311 1960s, Faber's Clothing
Main, E, 311 1971, Faber’s DeLuxe Clothes
Main, E, 311 1972, Faber's closed
Main, E, 311 1993, Paper Chain
Main, E, 312 1881, Snow storm, Henry Seibel, saloon, WHS_005_612, formerly 60 E Main
Main, E, 312 1899, Samuel Fuller, Domestic Sewing Machine Co agent, PC_472
Main, E, 312 1909, William A Motl, photographer
Main, E, 312 1909c, Wright's Art Gallery, post remodel, WHS_005_599
Main, E, 312 1909c, Wright's Art Gallery, pre remodel, WHS_005_600
Main, E, 312 1913, John F Denninger, photographers
Main, E, 312 1912, Denninger’s Studio
Main, E, 312 1915, Denninger’s Studio
Main, E, 312 1934, Dr O F Dierker, Dr D R. Craine, L W Moldenhauer, insurance
Main, E, 312 1934, Equitable Life Assurance Society, Fred Siegler, insur
Main, E, 312 1934, F C Haney, phys; Prudential Ins Co
Main, E, 312 1950, Buske Insur Agency
Main, E, 312 1950, Dakin & Dierker, lawyers
Main, E, 312 1950, Dr Donald Craine, dentist
Main, E, 312 1950, Dr Francis Adams, dental lab
Main, E, 312 1950, Dr Fred K Haney
Main, E, 312 1950, Dr Thos. Abelman
Main, E, 312 1950, Jefferson -Dodge Credit
Main, E, 312 1950, Miller Bldg
Main, E, 312 1950, Dr Otto Dierker
Main, E, 312 1950, Prudential Ins.
Main, E, 312 1950, William C Krueger, insurance agency
Main, E, 312 1957, Dakin & Dierker
Main, E, 312 1971, Dr. Craine, dentist
Main, E, 312 1971, Jefferson-Dodge Credit
Main, E, 312 1971, Miller Bldg; Dr Sanquist, dentist
Main, E, 312 1971, Old Line Life Ins.
Main, E, 312 1971, Renner Corp. Bldg. contractors
Main, E, 312 1971, Wisconsin Dept. of Revenue
Main, E, 312 1984c Royce Fabrics, WHS_005_306
Main, E, 312 1993, Directions Unlimited
Main, E, 312 1993, K. Rika Accountant
Main, E, 312 1993, Lawn Essentials
Main, E, 312 1993, Stage Door Productions
Main, E, 312 1983, Royce Fabrics, moved to this location
Main, E, 313 Wisconsin AHI record
Main, E, 313 1900, The Fair, W Gruetzmacher, remodeled and addition erected
Main, E, 313 1908, Arthur J. Schlueter, dentist
Main, E, 313 1908, Dr. A J Schlueter, WHS_008_700E
Main, E, 313 1909, William F Gruetzmacher, books and stationery
Main, E, 313 1913, F F Schlueter, dentist
Main, E, 313 1912, Cark F Nowack, moved to 313 Main, WG, 05-16-1912, WHS_999_041
Main, E, 313 1913, Carl F Nowack, furniture dealer, undertaker
Main, E, 313 1915, Carl F Nowack, undertaker, embalmer
Main, E, 313 1913, A J Schlueter, dentist
Main, E, 313 1915, Drs A and F Schlueter, dentists
Main, E, 313 1934, A & M Schlueter, dentists; Armin G Rohde, dental laboratory
Main, E, 313 1934, George Scheele Co; Ruby Elver, minr.
Main, E, 313 1950, Dr. Marcus Schweter, dentist
Main, E, 313 1950, Smart Shop
Main, E, 313 1957c, Smart Shop, 1950s-70s city assessor form, WHS_006_044a
Main, E, 313 1957c, Smart Shop, 1950s-70s city assessor image, WHS_006_044b
Main, E, 313 1971, B W Dry Cleaners
Main, E, 313 1971, Dr Marcus Schweter, dentist
Main, E, 313 1993, My Store
Main, E, 314 1881, Snow storm, bldg on left, WHS_005_612, formerly 62 E Main
Main, E, 314 1880, Sept, Miller Cigar Store, WHS_005_597
Main, E, 314 1909c, Miller Cigar Manufactory, Charles A, post remodel, WHS_005_599
Main, E, 314 1909c, Miller Cigar Manufactory, Charles A, pre remodel, WHS_005_600
Main, E, 314 1913, Jacob Breunig & Co, delicatessen
Main, E, 314 1993, Creative Community Living Systems
Main, E, 315 1864, Construction of, Prentiss Bros
Main, E, 315 1909c but pre 1935, Louis H Nowack, physician; Robert H Brennecke, druggist
Main, E, 315 1913, Robert H Brennecke, druggist
Main, E, 315 Brennecke & Bergmann Pharmacy, Chapter on
Main, E, 315 Brennecke and Bergmann Pharmacy, WHS_006_842
Main, E, 315 1910c, Brennecke and Bergmann Pharmacy, WHS_006_615
Main, E, 315 Brennecke Pharmacy, WHS_006_841
Main, E, 315 1914-1953, William Gehrke Pharmacy
Main, E, 315 1915, Gehrke Drug
Main, E, 315  1934, William Gehrke, drugs; Watertown Investment & Loan Assn.
Main, E, 315 1953, Business sold to Mallach
Main, E, 315 1957, Gehrke Pharmacy, ad
Main, E, 315 1957c, Mallach's Pharmacy, 1950s-70s city assessor form, WHS_006_045a
Main, E, 315 1957c, Mallach's Pharmacy, 1950s-70s city assessor image, WHS_006_045b
Main, E, 315 1957c, Mallach's Pharmacy, compared to 2008 image
Main, E, 315 1960s, Mallach's
Main, E, 315 1968, Mallach's Pharmacy bought by Busse's
Main, E, 315 1971, Mallach's Drug Store
Main, E, 315 1993, Watertown Mutual Insur
Main, E, 315 Watertown Mutual Insurance
Main, E, 316 1898, Adolph Miller house, WHS_004_NT_063
Main, E, 316 1909, Miller residence moved to 312 N Second
Main, E, 316 1909c but pre 1935, Bertha Miller, music teacher
Main, E, 316 1913, Charles H Miller, cigar mfg
Main, E, 316 1934, Citizen’s Loan Co
Main, E, 316 - 320 1934, Woolworth's
Main, E, 316 - 320 1940's late, Woolworth's, Fourth of July Parade (1 of 2)
Main, E, 316 - 320 1940's late, Woolworth's, Fourth of July Parade (2 of 2)
Main, E, 316 - 320 1950s, Woolworth's
Main, E, 316 - 320 1957c, Woolworth's, 1950s-70s city assessor form, WHS_006_043a
Main, E, 316 - 320 1957c, Woolworth's, 1950s-70s city assessor image, WHS_006_043b
Main, E, 316 - 320 1960s, Woolworth's
Main, E, 316 - 320 1975, Sale of Woolworth bldg; becomes Royce Fabrics
Main, E, 316 - 320 2012, Exterior renovation
Main, E, 317 Wisconsin AHI record
Main, E, 317 Watertown Weltburger, WHS_006_842
Main, E, 317 1905c, Watertown Grain Co, interior view, WHS_008_675
Main, E, 317 1909, Watertown Grain Co
Main, E, 317 1913, Watertown Grain Co, grain dealers
Main, E, 317 Early, first 3-story bldg, Christian Marquardt, WDTimes, 03 12 2005, WHS_005_091
Main, E, 317 1916, Watertown Grain Co, WHS_006_921d
Main, E, 317 1920s, Watertown Grain Company Bldg, PC_346
Main, E, 317 1950s, Watertown Liquor Company
Main, E, 317 1954, Borchardt's Liquor, WHS_006_Centennial_1954_005
Main, E, 317 1954, Borchardt's Liquor, WHS_006_Centennial_1954_008
Main, E, 317 1954, Borchardt's Liquor, WHS_006_Centennial_1954_010
Main, E, 317 1957, Borchardt Liquor, WHS_011_200X
Main, E, 317 1957c, Borchardt's Liquor, 1950s-70s city assessor form, WHS_006_046a
Main, E, 317 1957c, Borchardt's Liquor, 1950s-70s city assessor image, WHS_006_046b
Main, E, 317 1971, Central Labor Union
Main, E, 317 1971, Justmans’s Liquor Store
Main, E, 317 1993, Wesemann Insurance
Main, E, 317 2016, Taking care of building ornamentation, WHS_009_556b
Main, E, 317 2016, Taking care of building ornamentation, WHS_009_552c
Main, E, 317 2016, Taking care of building ornamentation, WHS_009_552d
Main, E, 318 1911, Model Outer Garment Shop
Main, E, 318 1913, Bertha Miller, music teacher
Main, E, 318 1934, Sabin Drug Co
Main, E, 320 1913, The Model, ladies apparel
Main, E, 320 1993, Creative Community Living Systems
East Main intersects with Fourth East Main intersects with Fourth
Main, E, 400 block 1908, South side, WHS_PC_032
Main, E, 400 block 1910, North and south sides, snow storm, 04 24 1910
Main, E, 400 block 1910, South side, Inter County Fair, PC_454
Main, E, 400 block 1911c, North and south sides, Inturban tracks, WHS_009_288
Main, E, 400 block 1914c, South side of, WHS_009_859
Main, E, 400 block 1920c, North side, WHS_006_928
Main, E, 400 block 1920c, North side, shoe shiner shop, WHS_006_929
Main, E, 400 1910, August Gamm Crockery & Glass
Main, E, 400 1913, August Gamm, crockery & glassware co
Main, E, 400 1916, August Gamm, crockery & glassware co
Main, E, 400 1910c, August Gamm, crockery & glassware co
Main, E, 400 1948, Otto's Food Shop WHS_006_723
Main, E, 400 1950, Otto’s Food Shop
Main, E, 400 1957c, Otto's Food Shop, 1950s-70s city assessor form, WHS_006_047a
Main, E, 400 1957c, Otto's Food Shop, 1950s-70s city assessor image, WHS_006_047b
Main, E, 400 1971, Otto’s Food Shop
Main, E, 400 1975, Otto's Food Shop, WHS_005_310
Main, E, 400 1993, Century 21
Main, E, 401 1905c, Nowack, Schmutzler & Co Furniture
Main, E, 401 1909, Nowack-Schmutzler Co, furniture dealers
Main, E, 401 1910, Nowack-Schmutzler Co dissolved, Schmutzler & Krier started
Main, E, 401 1910, Odd Fellows move from, to 202 E Main
Main, E, 401 1911, Schmutzler & Krier, Ad
Main, E, 401 1913, Schmutzler & Oestreich, furniture dealers
Main, E, 401 1915, Schmutzler & Oestreich, furniture and funeral
Main, E, 401 1935, Schmutzler Furniture
Main, E, 401 1948, Schmutzler Furniture WHS_006_723
Main, E, 401 1954, Schmutzler's, Parade, WHS_006_Centennial_1954_009
Main, E, 401 1957c, Schmutzler Furniture, 1950s-70s city assessor form, WHS_006_048a
Main, E, 401 1957c, Schmutzler Furniture, 1950s-70s city assessor image, WHS_006_048b
Main, E, 401 1971, Schmutzler Furniture
Main, E, 401 1985, Red Apple Antiques opened
Main, E, 401 2009, Tribeca GalleryCafe and Books, new location
Main, E, 401 2012, Tribeca GalleryCafe and Books, painter exterior of bldg
Main, E, 401 2012, Tribeca GalleryCafe and Books, painter exterior of bldg
Main, E, 402 1900, Fred W Kurzweg, boots and shoes dealer
Main, E, 402 1913, Fred W Kurzweg, boots and shoes dealer
Main, E, 402 1910c, Fred W Kurzweg, boots and shoes dealer
Main, E, 402 1935, George W Spohn, shoes
Main, E, 402 1950, Weber’s Shoe Store
Main, E, 402 1955, George D Weber Shoe Store
Main, E, 402 1957c, Hobby Shop, 1950s-70s city assessor form, WHS_006_049a
Main, E, 402 1957c, Hobby Shop, 1950s-70s city assessor image, WHS_006_049b
Main, E, 402 1964, Roger's TV & Appliance, opening of
Main, E, 402 1971, Roger’s TV & Appliances
Main, E, 402 1975, Roger's TV & Appliance, WHS_005_311
Main, E, 402 1993, Expedition Supply
Main, E, 403 1900, Charles Neugebauer saloon, muskrat in the cellar
Main, E, 403 1909, Charles Neugebauer , saloon
Main, E, 403 1913, Louis Eggersgluess, saloon, mention of address
Main, E, 403 1934, White Way Tavern.
Main, E, 403 1945, Ryan's Tavern, Jas E Ryan
Main, E, 403 1950, Ryan’s Tavern
Main, E, 403 1957c, Tegg's Tap, 1950s-70s city assessor form, WHS_006_050a
Main, E, 403 1957c, Tegg's Tap, 1950s-70s city assessor image, WHS_006_050b
Main, E, 403 1971, Pegg’s Tap
Main, E, 403 1985, Phyl's 403 Tap, Phyl & Clancy’s
Main, E, 403 1993, Phyl’s 403 Tap
Main, E, 404 1907-1909, Louise Lutz, florist, WHS_009_515
Main, E, 404 1909(?), Butcher’s Clothing Store
Main, E, 404 1909, Stuebe Floral Co, florist, WHS_009_515
Main, E, 404 1913, Stuebe Floral Co, Florist
Main, E, 404 1915, Robert Kulm saloon
Main, E, 404 1935, Charles Heismann, painter
Main, E, 404 1950, Walter Schweter, paint & wall paper
Main, E, 404 1971, Yarn Shoppe
Main, E, 404 1975, WHS_005_308
Main, E, 404 1993, The Fireglow
Main, E, 404 AHI record, Butcher Building
Main, E, 405 1908, Bittner Meat Market, first interurban entering, PC_032
Main, E, 405 1913, William Bittner, meat market-retail
Main, E, 405 1918, William Bittner sold meat market to Henry Miller
Main, E, 405 1935, Meyer & Krueger, meats
Main, E, 405 1950, Royal Meats
Main, E, 405 1957c, Royal Meat Mkt, 1950s-70s city assessor form, WHS_006_052a
Main, E, 405 1957c, Royal Meat Mkt, 1950s-70s city assessor image, WHS_006_052b
Main, E, 405 1971, Vacant
Main, E, 405-407 1993, Office Essentials
Main, E, 405-407 2016, H&R Block
Main, E, 406-408 1884, Bramer Building, history of, farm implement business
Main, E, 406 1909, Piano tuning business
Main, E, 406 1909, Frank Bramer, piano tuner
Main, E, 406 1913, Weiner, Sam
Main, E, 406 1921, Vogue Cleaners
Main, E, 406 1928, Stuebe Floral
Main, E, 406 1934, Golden Lantern Gift Shop
Main, E, 406 1935, Smart Shop, opening of
Main, E, 406 1941, The Smart Shop
Main, E, 406 1945, The Smoke Shop
Main, E, 406 1950, Piccadilly Smoke Shop
Main, E, 406 1957c, Piccadilly Smoke Shop, 1950s-70s city assessor form, WHS_006_053a
Main, E, 406 1957c, Piccadilly Smoke Shop, 1950s-70s city assessor image, WHS_006_053b
Main, E, 406 1971, Piccadilly
Main, E, 406 1977c, Piccadilly Smoke Shop, WHS_008_398
Main, E, 406 1993, Olde Towne Doll Shoppe
Main, E, 406 1995, Old Towne Doll Shoppe
Main, E, 406 2006, Chmielewski CPAs and Advisors
Main, E, 406 2014, LA Nails, WHS_008_398
Main, E, 406 Picadilly Building, history of
Main, E, 407 1909, Jacob Brunner, tailor
Main, E, 407 1913, Jacob Brunner, tailor
Main, E, 407 1935, Chic Hat Shop
Main, E, 407 1950, National Tea Co, grocery
Main, E, 407 1954, Gruner Office Supply, WHS_006_Centennial_1954_001
Main, E, 407 1954, Gruner Office Supply, WHS_006_Centennial_1954_012
Main, E, 407 1957, Minar Office & School, WHS_011_200Y
Main, E, 407 1957c, Minars, 1950s-70s city assessor form, WHS_006_054a
Main, E, 407 1957c, Minars, 1950s-70s city assessor image, WHS_006_054b
Main, E, 407 1971, Minars
Main, E, 407 1984, Sale of Minar’s
Main, E, 408 1894, J F Bramer, Ad, WHS_006_523
Main, E, 408 1894, J F Bramer, Ad, WHS_006_528
Main, E, 408 1909, Neugebauer saloon
Main, E, 408 1909, John Richart Music Co
Main, E, 408 1914, John Richart Piano Co, WHS_008_212b
Main, E, 408 1924, White Palace Barber Shop, Bert Froemming, WHS_006_930
Main, E, 408 1935, London Shoe Hospital
Main, E, 408 1950, Klug Jewelry
Main, E, 408 1957c, Sonotone, 1950s-70s city assessor form, WHS_006_055a
Main, E, 408 1957c, Sonotone, 1950s-70s city assessor image, WHS_006_055b
Main, E, 408 1971, H R Block
Main, E, 408 1975, Yarn Shop, WHS_005_316
Main, E, 408 1975c, Yarn Shop, Rear of, WHS_008_402
Main, E, 408 1993, Abiding Word Book Store
Main, E, 408 1993, Ann Geiger, Electrolysis
Main, E, 408 2004, Nextel
Main, E, 409 1909, Mrs Ida Jaedecke (Herman), milliner; business sold to Neugebauer
Main, E, 409 1935, National Tea Co
Main, E, 409 1950, John Benes, photographer
Main, E, 409 1955, Griffin Studio, photographer
Main, E, 409 1957c, Griffin Studio, 1950s-70s city assessor form, WHS_006_056a
Main, E, 409 1957c, Griffin Studio, 1950s-70s city assessor image, WHS_006_056b
Main, E, 409 1971, Fashion-Aire Wigs
Main, E, 409 1993, H & R Block
Main, E, 410 1898, Crosby Bros. bike shop
Main, E, 410 1899, Crosby Bros. bicycle shop, WHS_007_KR007
Main, E, 410 1899, Compared to 2013, WHS_007_KR007_compare
Main, E, 410 1909, Gustav J Doerr, painters
Main, E, 410 1913, Seraphine Pappandonies, bootblacks
Main, E, 410 1914c, Shoe Shine Parlor & Hat Shop, WHS_009_587
Main, E, 410 1920c, Shoe shiner shop, WHS_006_929, Charles Gust?
Main, E, 410 1935, Cozy Barber Shop
Main, E, 410 1935, Harold E Marouch, barber
Main, E, 410 1950, Dr. Harold Magnan, Eye Dr.
Main, E, 410 1957c, Magnan Optical & Hearing, 1950s-70s city assessor form, WHS_006_057a
Main, E, 410 1957c, Magnan Optical & Hearing, 1950s-70s city assessor image, WHS_006_057b
Main, E, 410 1975, Magnan Optical, WHS_005_315
Main, E, 410 1993, Dr Magnan
Main, E, 410 2010, Watertown Farm Market Kitchen, WDT story 09 24 2010
Main, E, 411 1909, Otto Heyn, books and stationery
Main, E, 411 1910c, Otto Heyn book bindery
Main, E, 411 1913, Otto Heyn, bookseller & stationer
Main, E, 411 1920, Harold Heyn, ad, Orbit, book and music
Main, E, 411 1935, William B Schubert, restaurant
Main, E, 411 1950, Central Bake Shop
Main, E, 411 1957c, 411 E Main, Central Bake Shop, 1950s-70s city assessor form, WHS_006_058a
Main, E, 411 1957c, 411 E Main, Central Bake Shop, 1950s-70s city assessor image, WHS_006_058b
Main, E, 411 1971, Freeberg’s Bakery
Main, E, 411 1993, Freeberg’s Bakery
Main, E, 412 1899, Watertown Grain Exchange, WHS_007_KR007
Main, E, 412 1909, Thomas Nielsen, billiard halls
Main, E, 412 1913, John Schuetz, clothing-retail
Main, E, 412 1913, John Schuetz, clothing, ad, WHS_006_824
Main, E, 412 1914c, Owen's Drug Store, WHS_009_587
Main, E, 412 1935, Vogue Cleaners & Dyers
Main, E, 412 1957c, Vogue Cleaners, 1950s-70s city assessor form, WHS_006_059a
Main, E, 412 1957c, Vogue Cleaners, 1950s-70s city assessor image, WHS_006_059b
Main, E, 412 1975, Vogue Cleaners, WHS_005_314
Main, E, 412 1975, Vogue Cleaners, WHS_006_573_comparison
Main, E, 412 1993, Vogue Cleaners
Main, E, 413 1909, Millie Roller, milliner
Main, E, 413 1913, Millie Roller, milliner
Main, E, 413 1945, Gruner Office Supply, today Far Horizons Imports,WHS_006_764
Main, E, 413 1950, Gruner Office Supply
Main, E, 413 1950, K Beauty Shop
Main, E, 413 1957c, Town & Country Elec, 1950s-70s city assessor form, WHS_006_060a
Main, E, 413 1957c, Town & Country Elec, 1950s-70s city assessor image, WHS_006_060b
Main, E, 413 1971, Dr. Becker
Main, E, 413 1971, K. Beauty Salon
Main, E, 413 1993, Far Horizons
Main, E, 414 1881, Zautner Boots and Shoes (same as 84 E Main, early dirs) [PC_423]
Main, E, 414 1881, Zautner Boots and Shoes, "Sign of the Big Boot" [PC_427]
Main, E, 414 1881, Buildings, signage only, that of C Zautner, later Brand Candy & Turkey Guerke, WHS_005_613
Main, E, 414 1900, August Duenewald, saloon keeper
Main, E, 414 1909, Henry L Diekoff, saloon
Main, E, 414 1910, Henry L Diekoff, saloon, WHS_006_721
Main, E, 414 1913, Herny L Diekoff, saloon
Main, E, 414 1914c, Bob's Place, WHS_009_587
Main, E, 414 1935, Harvey C Brandt, confectioner
Main, E, 414 1950, The Grill (Restaurant)
Main, E, 414 1957, Town & Country Elec
Main, E, 414 1957c, Grill Restaurant, 1950s-70s city assessor form, WHS_006_061a
Main, E, 414 1957c, Grill Restaurant, 1950s-70s city assessor image, WHS_006_061b
Main, E, 414 1971, Emil’s Pizza
Main, E, 414 1975, Emil's Pizza, WHS_005_313
Main, E, 414 1993, Greyhound Bus Depot
Main, E, 414 1993, Shipping Dept
Main, E, 415 1909, John J Brusenbach, saloon
Main, E, 415 1913, Richard Pouchert, saloon
Main, E, 415 1914, Interurban Buffet and Restaurant, Richard Pouchert, Prop.
Main, E, 415 1935, Ernest S Owen, drugs
Main, E, 415 1945, Nenabuch Appliances & Sewing Machines, WHS_006_764
Main, E, 415 1950, Ninabuck’s Sewing Machines
Main, E, 415 1956, Gamble’s Store
Main, E, 415 1957c, Pfaff Sewing Ctr, 1950s-70s city assessor form, WHS_006_062a
Main, E, 415 1957c, Pfaff Sewing Ctr, 1950s-70s city assessor image, WHS_006_062b
Main, E, 415 1971, Anderson’s Chiropractic Office
Main, E, 415 1971, Buklor Office Equipment
Main, E, 415 Architecture and History Inventory record, WHS
Main, E, 415 1993, Buklor Inc
Main, E, 415 1993, Data Processing Supplies
Main, E, 415 1993, Prudential Ins.
Main, E, 415 1/2 1956, 415 1/2 E Main, Simplified Records, headed by W. R. Ninabuck
Main, E, 416 1881, Wenzel Quis saloon (same as 86 E Main, early dirs?) [PC_423]
Main, E, 416 1909, Herman Oestreich, guns, musical instruments, ammunition, sewing machines
Main, E, 416 1913, Herman A Oestreich, clocks, musical instru, sewing machines, guns, ammunition
Main, E, 416 1920, R H Moldenhauer, Insur, ad, Orbit
Main, E, 416 1924, Henry Moldenhauer, cheesemaker, WHS_006_784H
Main, E, 416 1935, Arthur E Gehrke, tavern
Main, E, 416 1942, Turkey Gehrke tavern
Main, E, 416 1945, Brad's Tavern, formerly Turkey's Roost
Main, E, 416 1950, Rulf’s Tavern
Main, E, 416 1957c, Uptown Bar, 1950s-70s city assessor form, WHS_006_063a
Main, E, 416 1957c, Uptown Bar, 1950s-70s city assessor image, WHS_006_063b
Main, E, 416 1971, Uptown Bar
Main, E, 416 1977, Uptown Bar, WHS_005_312
Main, E, 416 1993, Hooks & Betty’s Uptown Bar
Main, E, 416 2010, Ann's Uptown Bar
Main, E, 417 Early, William Pappas ice cream parlor
Main, E, 417 1909, Dahl and Droese, dress makers
Main, E, 417 1935, Henry G. Grabow, lunch
Main, E, 417 1957c, L & L Luncheonette, 1950s-70s city assessor form, WHS_006_064a
Main, E, 417 1957c, L & L Luncheonette, 1950s-70s city assessor image, WHS_006_064b
Main, E, 417 1971, L & L Luncheonette
Main, E, 417 1993, R J Voigt Realty
Main, E, 417-419 1945, Beske Bros. Restaurant, Edgar and Ervin
Main, E, 417-419 1945, Beske Bros restaurant, WHS_006_764
Main, E, 417-419 1950, Sip & Bite, restaurant
Main, E, 418 1886, Partial view of, WHS_008_369
Main, E, 418 1909, Hilgendorf property purchased, Buroff garage erected
Main, E, 418 1910, Ad, Buroff-Hafemeister-Fuller, Victor or Victrola, WHS_011_250g
Main, E, 418 1910c, Buroff Garage, WHS_PC_075
Main, E, 418 1913, Buroff-Fuller Motor Co, auto dealer, repairs, supplies, garages
Main, E, 418 1915, Richardson Bros
Main, E, 418 1935, Donahue Motor Co
Main, E, 418 1950, Burk’s Garage
Main, E, 418 1957c, Jim's Packard Sales, 1950s-70s city assessor form, WHS_006_065a
Main, E, 418 1957c, Jim's Packard Sales, 1950s-70s city assessor image, WHS_006_065b
Main, E, 418 2005, Security Finance, assists borrowers with loans
Main, E, 418 1965, Purchased for future N Fifth Street widening project
Main, E, 420 1913, Wheeler & Leschinger, Royal Blue Shoe Store
East Main intersects with Fifth East Main intersects with Fifth
Main, E, 500 block 1908, South side
Main, E, 500 block 1915, North side, Circus Parade, WHS_004_NT_084
Main, E, 500 block 1938c, South side of, WHS_007_026
Main, E, 500 block 1975, South side of, WHS_005_289
Main, E, 500 1886, Methodist Episcopal Church, WHS_008_369
Main, E, 500 1908, Demolition of first Methodist Episcopal church, WHS_KR_156
Main, E, 500 Methodist Episcopal Church
Main, E, 500 Methodist Episcopal Church
Main, E, 500 1955c, English Methodist Episcopal Church, WHS_PC_117
Main, E, 500 1970, English Methodist Episcopal Church, WHS_006_709
Main, E, 500 1970, English Methodist Episcopal Church, WHS_006_711
Main, E, 500 1915, Circus Parade, WHS_004_NT_091
Main, W, 500 block 1917, Company E, parading on Main St, WHS_006_Semrich_090
Main, E, 500 1935, First Methodist Church
Main, E, 500 1938c, Methodist Episcopal Church, WHS_007_026
Main, E, 500 1971, Methodist Church
Main, E, 500 1972c, Goodyear Service Store, 1950s-70s city assessor image, WHS_006_068b
Main, E, 500 1988, Marine Bank West becomes Bank One
Main, E, 500 1993, Bank One
Main, E, 501 1886, Wisconsin House, WHS_008_369
Main, E, 501 1900c, Wisconsin House
Main, E, 501 1908, Wisconsin House, first interurban entering, WHS_PC_032
Main, E, 501 1909c but pre 1935, Wisconsin Hotel; Joseph A. Mirgler, saloon
Main, E, 501 1913, Hotel Waukesha, hotel, 501-503 E Main
Main, E, 501 1935, Waukesha Hotel
Main, E, 501 1938c, Wisconsin House, demolition of, WHS_007_025
Main, E, 501 1938c, Wisconsin House, demolition of, WHS_007_026
Main, E, 501 1950, Jim’s Pure Oil Service Station
Main, E, 501 1957, Chip's Pure Oil Service, ad
Main, E, 501 1970c, Pure Oil Station, 1950s-70s city assessor form, WHS_006_066a
Main, E, 501 1970c, Pure Oil Station, 1950s-70s city assessor image, WHS_006_066b
Main, E, 501 1971, Union Oil Service
Main, E, 501 1984, Union Prescription Center, closing of; also Union Prescription Ctr Self-Service Gas
Main, E, 501 2012, Latte Donatte
Main, E, 501 1993, Sherwood s Pizza & Subs
Main, E, 503 1900c, Louis Spangenberg barbershop
Main, E, 503 1909c but pre 1935, Edward C May, flour and feed
Main, E, 503 1935, Tourists Tavern
Main, E, 506 1890c, Piper Harness Shop, 506-508 E Main, WHS_008_672
Main, E, 506 1890c, Piper Harness Shop, 506-508 E Main, WHS_006_328, same as KR_135
Main, E, 508 1909, Charles T Piper, harness makers
Main, E, 508 1913, Charles T Piper, harness makers
Main, E, 508 1950, Charles T Piper, leather goods
Main, E, 508 1956c, Charles Piper Bldg, Leather goods, city assessor form, WHS_006_070a
Main, E, 508 1956c, Charles Piper Bldg, Leather goods, city assessor image, WHS_006_070b
Main, E, 508   1956, Piper bldg sold to Kehr Brothers, heating
Main, E, 508 1957, Kehr Brothers, Heating contractors, ad
Main, E, 508 1971, Kehr Brothers, heating
Main, E, 509 1909, F Buechele, millner
Main, E, 509 1913, Bramer & Brandenstein, milliner
Main, E, 509 1935, Marie S Brandenstein, milliner
Main, E, 509 1950, Marie S Brandenstein, millinery
Main, E, 509 1957, Ken Wilkes Radio & TV service, WHS_011_200L
Main, E, 509 Ken Wilkes Radio & TV
Main, E, 509 1963, Wilkes sold property at 509 E Main to the Pure Oil Co. 
Main, E, 509 1970c, Ken Wilkes Radio & TV, c1960, 1950s-70s city assessor form, WHS_006_067a
Main, E, 509 1970c, Ken Wilkes Radio & TV, c1960, 1950s-70s city assessor image, WHS_006_067b
Main, E, 510 1970c, Schuett’s Drive In, city assessor form, WHS_006_071a
Main, E, 510 1970c, Schuett’s Drive In, city assessor image, WHS_006_071b
Main, E, 510 1993, Schuett’s
Main, E, 511 1909, John Rogler, tailor
Main, E, 511 1913, John Rogler, tailor
Main, E, 511 1930c, Knight Radio Service
Main, E, 511 1935, John Rogler, tailor
Main, E, 511 1950, Mi Lady’s Beauty Salon
Main, E, 511 1957c, Mi Lady Beauty Studio, c1960, 1950s-70s city assessor form WHS_006_072a
Main, E, 511 1957c, Mi Lady Beauty Studio, c1960, 1950s-70s city assessor image, WHS_006_072b
Main, E, 511 1975, Mi Lady's Beauty Studio, WHS_005_295
Main, E, 511 1971, Milady Beauty Salon
Main, E, 511 1993, D R Shoe Repair
Main, E, 511 1993, Karen’s Beauty Supply
Main, E, 511 1993, Michele’s on Main
Main, E, 511 2014, Anthony's 511, Beauty Salon, Hair Salon
Main, E, 512 1888c, Henry Vogel, Merchant Tailor WHS_007_KR001
Main, E, 512 1945, Birkholz Floral
Main, E, 514 1971, Washington Inn
Main, E, 514-518 1950, Hotel Washington
Main, E, 515 1892, Koch & Seifert, tailors, WHS_008_327b
Main, E, 515-517 1900, Saloon, Theodore Lotz, bldg. owned by Ulrich Habhegger
Main, E, 515-517 1900, Saloon, Fred Kowalski
Main, E, 515-517 1900, Collapse of during raising of
Main, E, 515-517 1957c Kramp used car lot, city assessor form, WHS_006_073a
Main, E, 516 Washington Hotel, WHS_PC_344
Main, E, 516 1913, Washington Hotel, 516-518 Main
Main, E, 516 1915, Washington Hotel, Circus Parade, WHS_004_NT_086
Main, E, 516 1957c, Washington Hotel, 1950s-70 city assessor form, WHS_006_074a
Main, E, 516 1957c, Washington Hotel, 1950s-70 city assessor image, WHS_006_074b
Main, E, 516 1993, Washington Hotel
Main, E, 516 2008, The Firecracker, food and drink
Main, E, 516-518 1909, Henry W Kronitz, saloon
Main, E, 517 1890c, William Krebs, WHS_KR_145
Main, E, 518 1913, Henry W Kronitz, saloon
Main, E, 519 1909, Christian Dauffenbach, saloon
Main, E, 519 1913, Emil Kohli, saloon
Main, E, 519 1920c, Emil Kohli tavern, WHS_008_781
Main, E, 519 1935, A C Hahn, phys.; Floyd H Carlson, dentist
Main, E, 519 1935, Professional building, L H Nowack, physician
Main, E, 519 1950, B651Professional Bldg
Main, E, 519 1950, Dr Louis W Nowack
Main, E, 519 1957c, Dr Louis W Nowack, professional bldg, city assessor form, WHS_006_075a
Main, E, 519 1957c, Dr Louis W Nowack, professional bldg, city assessor image. WHS_006_075b
Main, E, 519 1971, Dr Louis W Nowack
Main, E, 519 1975, Dr Louis W Nowack, WHS_005_289
Main, E, 519 1991, Chamber of Commerce moved into
East Main intersects with Sixth East Main intersects with Sixth
Main, E, 600 1935, Wilfred C Oestreicher, popcorn
Main, E, 600 1950, William H Zoeluck - popcorn
Main, E, 600 1958, First Insurance Services
Main, E, 600 1971, Vacant
Main, E, 600 1993, First Financial Bank
Main, E, 601 1909, August Kramp, blacksmith
Main, E, 601 1885c, Kramp Co, WHS_KR_130
Main, E, 601 1920c, Kramps, WHS_008_781
Main, E, 601-605 1935, A. Kramp Co., farm implements and blacksmiths
Main, E, 601-605 1950, Kramp’s Blacksmith Shop
Main, E, 602 1909, Benjamin Rieck, barber
Main, E, 602 1913, Benjamin Rieck, barber
Main, E, 602 1935, Bernard J Simon, barber
Main, E, 602 1950, Vacant
Main, E, 602 1971, Frederick News Agency
Main, E, 603 1971, John T Meyer, painting contractor
Main, E, 604 1902, WHS_006_944
Main, E, 604 Star Lunch Restaurant, DJCGS_001_613
Main, E, 604 Star Lunch Restaurant, DJCGS_001_614
Main, E, 604 Star Lunch Restaurant, DJCGS_001_615
Main, E, 604 Star Lunch Restaurant, DJCGS_001_616
Main, E, 604 Star Lunch Restaurant, DJCGS_001_617
Main, E, 604 1935, Paul Spors, hardware
Main, E, 605 1885c, East Side Meat Mkt, Charles Wegemann, KR_137
Main, E, 605 1909, William Krebs, grocer, business and home
Main, E, 605 Krebs Grocery building, later moved to 208 S First, WHS_006_392
Main, E, 605 1915, Kremo Store
Main, E, 605 1920c, Obstructed view, Krebs, WHS_008_781
Main, E, 605 1971, Kramp Co
Main, E, 605 2001, Krebs building, vacant for some time, moved to 208 S First
Main, E, 606 1902, WHS_006_944
Main, E, 606 1950, Watertown Garment Co
Main, E, 606 1957, National Farm Loan Assn, WHS_011_200X
Main, E, 606 1963, Ken Wilkes Radio and TV Service Store 
Main, E, 606 1971, Hometown Prints
Main, E, 606-608 1890c, William Gorder Co., WHS_008_674
Main, E, 606-608 1902, WHS_006_944
Main, E, 606-608 1909, William Gorder Co, boots, shoes, contractors, sewer coal, wood
Main, E, 606-608 1910, William Gorder Co Christmas ad, WHS_011_250k
Main, E, 606-608 1913, William Gorder Co, boots & shoes retail
Main, E, 606-608 1915, William Gorder Co, coal, wood, bldg matls
Main, E, 606-608 1935, William Gorder Co, building materials and coal
Main, E, 607-609 1909, Nowack & Kohls, furniture dealers
Main, E, 607-609 1913, Kohls & Knaak, furniture dealers
Main, E, 607-609 1910, Ad, Nowack & Kohls
Main, E, 607-609 1915, Ad, Kohls & Knaak, furniture and funeral
Main, E, 607-609 1916, Ad, Kohls & Knaak
Main, E, 607-609 1950, Hafemeister Furniture
Main, E, 607-609 1971, Hafemeister Furniture Store
Main, E, 607-609 1993, Hafemeister Furniture
Main, E, 607-613 1935, Kohls-Hafemeister Co, furniture and undertakers
Main, E, 607-613 1957, Hafemeister Funeral Home
Main, E, 607-613 1987, Hafemeister', drawing, WHS_006_957
Main, E, 608 DJCGS_001_617
Main, E, 608 1890, Watertown Shoe Co, retail store
Main, E, 608 1950, William Gorder Coal & Bldg Matl
Main, E, 608 1971, Vacant
Main, E, 608 Schneider Jewelry
Main, E, 610 1909, Charles Wittchow, tin, copper and sheet metal works
Main, E, 610 1913, Charles Wittchow, sheet metal works
Main, E, 610 1935, Alvin J. Stenberg, tavern
Main, E, 610 1945, Carl's Bar
Main, E, 610 1950, Dick’s Friendly Bar
Main, E, 610 1971, Plenge’s Friendly Bar
Main, E, 610 Budweiser Inn, WHS_006_590
Main, E, 611 Hafemeister Funeral Home
Main, E, 611-613 1900c, Jaedecke Grocery, interior, WHS_008_257
Main, E, 611-613 1900c, Jaedecke Grocery, exterior, WHS_008_258
Main, E, 611-613 1909, Jaedecke & Grams, grocers
Main, E, 611-613 1915, Jaedecke Grocery
Main, E, 611-613 1950, Hafemeister Funeral Home
Main, E, 612 1915, East End Barber, Bert Froeming, prop.
Main, E, 612 DJCGS_001_617
Main, E, 612 1920, E D Warner, barber, ad, Orbit
Main, E, 612 1935, The Patio, restaurant
Main, E, 612 1950, Tourist Café
Main, E, 612 1971, Duly’s Café
Main, E, 614 1913, Martin F Zoellick, watches, clocks & jewelry
Main, E, 614 1915, Martin Zoellick, jewelry and stationary
Main, E, 614 DJCGS_001_617
Main, E, 614 1935, Maurice D. Rouse, shoe repair; Oconomowoc Family Laundry
Main, E, 614 1950, Vacant
Main, E, 614 1971, Vacant
Main, E, 615 1909, William J. Bethke, bill posters
Main, E, 615 1935, Kramp & Co office
Main, E, 615 1971, Vacant
Main, E, 615 1993, Vacant
Main, E, 615 1999, Professional office space, Eyewear Unlimited, Rehab in Motion
Main, E, 615 2001, WTTN, moves to, from 100 E Main
Main, E, 615-619 1910, A. Kramp Co., New garage and salesrooms
Main, E, 615-619 1950, Kramp’s Autos
Main, E, 615-619 1951, Kramps, WHS_008_829
Main, E, 615-619 1957, Kramp Co, King-Hintz, WHS_011_200A
Main, E, 616 1909, Mrs. Anna Bandelin, boots and shoe dealers
Main, E, 616 1912, Albert Kaliebe, WHS_008_700G
Main, E, 616 1913, Albert Kaliebe, boots & shoes retail
Main, E, 616 1915, Kaliebe Shoe Store
Main, E, 616 A. K. Kaliebe, Family Shoe Store, WHS_008_132
Main, E, 616 DJCGS_001_617
Main, E, 616 1935, Albert F. Kaliebe, shoes
Main, E, 616 1950, Birkholz Florist
Main, E, 616 1971, Birkholz Floral
Main, E, 616 1982, Birkholz Floral, closing of; opening of Draeger's Floral and Gifts
Main, E, 616-618 1993, Draeger’s Floral, Palmer & Judith Draeger
Main, E, 616-618 2009, J C Penney outlet center added, Palmer & Judith Draeger
Main, E, 618 1895, W H Krueger, baker
Main, E, 618 1909, Mrs Henrietta Krueger, baker
Main, E, 618 1913, Mrs Henrietta Krueger, baker & confectioner
Main, E, 618 DJCGS_001_617
Main, E, 618 1935, East Side Bakery
Main, E, 618 1950, East Side Bakery
Main, E, 618 1971, East Side Bakery
Main, E, 619 1895c, Jacob Ditschler saloon, WHS_008_659
Main, E, 619 1895c, Jacob Ditschler saloon, WHS_008_659C
Main, E, 619 2015, Hafemeister, former bldg on site, WHS_008_659
Main, E, 621 1895c, William Jaedecke Meat Market, WHS_008_659
Main, E, 621 1895c, William Jaedecke Meat Market, WHS_008_659B
Main, E, 621 1895, Fire at Jaedecke property
Main, E, 621 1896, Jaedecke Meat Market
Main, E, 621 1909, Goetsch & Rabenhorst, meat market
Main, E, 621 1913, Theodore Goetsch, meat market-retail
Main, E, 621 1915, Nack Meat Market ad
Main, E, 621 1935, Walter A Nack, meats
Main, E, 621 1950, East Side Market, grocery
Main, E, 621 1951, East Side Market, WHS_008_829
Main, E, 621 1971, Behrens & Leard, cleaners
Main, E, 621 1993, Martin Real Estate
Main, E, 621 2015, Pristine Health, WHS_008_659
Main, E, 621 2015, Pristine Health, WHS_008_659B
East Main intersects with Seventh East Main intersects with Seventh
Main, E, 700 Chapter on, High School, Former, Main St
Main, E, 700 1888, Union School No 1, line drawing, WHS_008_684
Main, E, 700 1895c, Union School No. 1, WHS_006_751
Main, E, 700 1898, Union School No 1, Weltberger drawing, 03 19 1898, WHS_005_923
Main, E, 700 1902, High School, Former, Main Stphoto caption "Former Watertown High School"
Main, E, 700 1910c, High School, Former, Main St, postcard
Main, E, 700 1910, High School, Former, Main St, later Armory, postcard
Main, E, 700 1911, High School, Former, Main St, later Armory, [PC_136]
Main, E, 700 1959, High School, Former, Main St, Proposed site for new city hall
Main, E, 700 Honor Roll, Veteran's wall, along sidewalk
Main, E, 700 1970c, Welcome Inn, WHS_008_159
Main, E, 700 1970c, Welcome Inn, WHS_008_160
Main, E, 700 1983, Welcome Inn sold to local partnership
Main, E, 701 1951, Verg's Standard Service, WHS_008_829
Main, E, 701 1965, Burbach's Standard Service, WHS_008_363G
Main, E, 715 1909c, Platz Home (Alexander Platz)
Main, E, 715 1951c, Platz Home (Alexander Platz), WHS_008_829
Main, E, 715 1985, Hardee’s planned, opened in 1986
Main, E, 800 block 1959c, "Parade of Bands," WHS_008_458
Main, E, 800 1962, Phillips 66 Station, new ownership
Main, E, 804 Home of Edward and Emil Seibel, owners of Seibel Bros. Circus
Main, E, 804 1921c, Adolph H Hartwig, Home of, Rural Veterinary Secrets book, WHS_005_182
Main, E, 804 1960, Home demolished, Clyman Oil Service station erected.
Main, E, 809 1913, Louis H Nowack, physician
Main, E, 809 1915, Dr Louis Nowack
Main, E, 812 1957. Arthur Rupnow, contractor, WHS_011_200F
Main, E, 813 1964, Krogers
Main, E, 813 1987, Piggly Wiggly Store
Main, E, 818 1984, Knick Insurance Agency
Main, E, 823 1894, Sharp Corner Saloon
Main, E, 823 1913-14, Watertown City Dir,  Robert S Keel, saloon
Main, E, 823 1946, Sharp Corner Tavern, WHS_008_823
Main, E, 823 1963, Sale of Sharp Corner Tavern
Main, E, 904 Zwiegs Grill, chapter on
Main, E, 905 1900, Louis Mueller, grocer
Main, E, 905 1911, Arthur Thauer purchased grocery business of Theo. Liedtke 
Main, E, 905 1913, Mueller & Finck, grocer
Main, E, 905 1915, Bentzin Grocery
Main, E, 905 1917, Bentzin's Grocery, WHS_NT101_Bentzins_1917
Main, E, 905 1963, Bentzin Supermarket replaced with service station
Main, E, 1010 1958c, Jim's Packard Sales, moved from 418 E Main, WHS_006_065b
Main, E, 1018 2005, WHS_005_242
Main, E, 1020 1984c, Kennedy Motors, WHS_008_290
Main, E, 1020 1987, Chrysler-Plymouth dealership closed
Main, E, 1220 2001 fire.  Portfolio of image files
Main, E, 1301 1903, First hospital
Main, E, 1301 1907, First hospital, Schiffler home
Main, E, 1301 1913, St. Mary's Hospital
Main, E, 1301 1913, Watertown Training School for Nurses, part of hospital
Main, E, 1301 2006, Conversion of Welbourne Hall to Swifthaven, WHS_005_471
Main, E, 1301 2006, Conversion of Welbourne Hall to Swifthaven, WHS_005_472
Main, E, 1301 2006, Swifthaven Assisted Living
Main, E, 1301 2006, Riverwood Assisted Living
Main, E, 1400 block 1914c, View to East, down "Hospital Hill," WHS_009_330
Main, E, 1411 1957, Gritzner Boat Shop
Main, Bridge, on N side of 1858, Werner Barber Shop
Main, Bridge, on N side of 1859, The Home Eating Saloon, Bernhard Miller
Main, Bridge, on N side of 1859, Bathing Rooms, under Barber Salon
Main, Bridge, on S side of 1858, Peter's shanty
Main, Bridge, on S side of 1858, Maes shanty
Main, Bridge, on S side of South side of, WHS_006_655
Main, Bridge, on S side of 1909, Restaurant and confectionery, Roper and Maes