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The Valley of the Lower Fox: historical, descriptive, picturesque

The illustrations,   pp. [40]-[56] ff.

Page [55]

       R ierside Cemcter, Appleton, lies just beyond and iadjoins Bellaire
tuark. It is situated, upon a 
 high bluff overlooking the river, and comm andus a fine view up and down
the stream. One of our views 
 shows a spot ncar the centelr of the grounds, where a winding ravine is
crossed by a bridge. The other 
 view is an outlook through the trees c upon the river from the entrance
to the cemetery. 
       A view of the tipper dain at Appleton is gixven showing also the paper
mills of II. J. Rogers, and 
the Kimberly. Clark Company mills. 
       The view frtom the middle dam,1 shows the Riverside flouring mills
and the paper and flouring 
mills of Whorton Bros., and in the distance the bluffs, and the foliage that
covers them. 
       The view of College Avenuie looks down the avenue firom the ( Opera
Hlouse corner, and ends in 
the distance among the foliage in the vicinity of ILawrence University. This
is the main business street 
of Appleton and is very broad and Ih og. 
       The view of a section of the dam at l)ePere and West I)ePere is taken
from the bridge just 
below the dam and shows less than one-half the length of the dam. In this
view are shown the Nicollet 
sash, door and blind works at West IDePere and the shore line of a beautiful
point that reaches out 
into the river. 
       Another view shows a section of DePere along the river, beginning
in the vicinity of the build- 
ings of the Wingard & Person's Company, and reaching down to the canal
bridge.  Near the bridge is 

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