Port Washington centennial, 1835 - 1935 : one hundred years of progress
Seven famous men, pp. 12-13
IU The above photograph, taken in the early 60's, is of the Port Washington Gesang Verein of that early date. The group has been identified as follows: (Upper row, left to right)-Ulrich Landolt, flour and feed merchant and father of Mrs. E. R. Blake and Mrs. Brooks of Chicago; Charles Bisch, traveling salesman and father of Charles, Mrs. James Higgins, Anna, Peter and Mrs. A. Bristow, all of Milwaukee, and also Leopold of Chicago, Mrs. Fred Steffen of Sheboygan and Mrs. Christ Michels of this city; Peter Schroeder, shoemaker who now has a daughter in Winnetka, Ill.; Gottfreid (A. B. C.) Mueller, school teacher; Charles (Holtz) Mueller, father of John of this city and Mrs. William Groeschel of Boltonville; and Leopold Eghart, County Judge, father of Mrs. E. R/111 B. Bostwick, Elsie and Emily Eghart of this city and Albert, Milwaukee. (Lower row, left to right)-Charles Krause, harness manufacturer, father of W. B. Krause, publisher of the Port Washington Herald, also Alvin of Two Rivers and Mrs. Hulda Boehm of Menasha; William A. Pors, attorney, father of Emil Pors of Milwaukee; Gustav Goetze, Justice, father of Paul and Mrs. March Leek of the state of Washington; Maj. John C. Schroeling, County Clerk, father of Mrs. John Druecker of Chicago; Peter Kuhn, butcher, uncle of Alex Kuhn of this city; and F. H. J. Obladen, teacher, father of John of Chicago and grandfather of William Theis of this city.
Believed to be in the public domain: published in 1935 with no copyright notice