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Sauk Prairie Area Historical Society (ed.) / Historical homes of Prairie du Sac: a project of the Sauk Prairie Area Historical Society
(1999)

Homes razed for progress,   pp. 58-64 PDF (1.9 MB)


Page 59

No. 2 Water Street: The Haberman House was a sturdy brick and stone building which had
numerous uses. It was here that Frank Kirchstein sold apples and other produce on the front porch
before opening his grocery store. It was a three apartment house. In 1984 it was razed to make room
for O'Donnell's Truck and Body Shop.
415 Water Street - Part of Hubbard's Addition. Jacob Pleuss opened a shoe repair shop in this home.
Later it was owned and operated by Herman Kindschi. It was part of the business section of the village
which included the printing office, a millinery store, a grocery store, another shoe repair shop, the Post
Office, a lumber yard, a paint shop and a feed mill. The Briggs Hotel was also in this area.
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