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Greater Kenosha: interesting views, public buildings, churches, schools, handsome residences, parks and manufacturing industries

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Greater Kenosha: interesting views, public buildings, churches, schools, handsome residences, parks and manufacturing industries
Kenosha, Wisconsin: Kenosha Industrial Association, 1911
[62] p. : ill. ; 20 x 28 cm.

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Contents

[Cover] Greater Kenosha

[Title page] Greater Kenosha "The City of Parks": Interesting views, public buildings, churches, schools, handsome residences, parks and manufacturing industries

[Introduction] Greater Kenosha - introductory, Mather, J. S.

The progressiveness of Kenosha, Marlatt, W. T.

The Kenosha Industrial Association, Head, Dan O.

The manufacturing interests of Kenosha, Yule, Wm. L.

[The Kenosha schools, churches, and Kenosha's parks], Mrs. Bradford

The Kenosha banks, Brown, C. C.

Transportation-railroad and water, Truax, F. H.

Places of interest in Kenosha, Cotter, F. L.

Kenosha retail mercantile interests, Ames, Arthur B.

Kenosha real estate opportunities, Corcoran, John H.

The Kenosha post office - receipts and service, Baker, Robert V.

Our Kenosha homes, Purnell, Wm. H.

Electric railways and connections, Loughridge, S. P.

Public utilities - water, Kimball, Roger N.

Amusement, clubs, lodges, Baebenroth, Fred, Jr.

Kenosha's leading industries

[Hotels of Kenosha]

[Advertisements and pictures of Kenosha]

[Cover]


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