Historic places and people in the land of milk and honey: Wisconsin's treasure: a tribute to our past, a celebration of the present and our commitment to continue the good life
[Frank Edwards Store/Finders Keepers], p. 36 PDF (338.6 KB)
Main Street has an interlocked history. Heartfelt inspirations, the craft and antique store gives hands-on classes in glass art and quilting. At one time, the building was known as the Frank Edwards Store. One of the proprietors is the great-granddaughter of Frank. Before that it was a furniture and harness shop where the proprietor lent out books. Nestled next to it was a little ice cream shop where the old red filling station is today. The shop was moved to the mid- dle of the block where it became the Public Library from 1923-1995. Today, the charming boutique and coffee shop, Finders Keepers, has given a new lease to the little old ice cream shop. Heartfelt Inspirations
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