The Valley of the Lower Fox: historical, descriptive, picturesque
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widens into a miniature bay which forms the westeri boundary of the park, and extends in to the line of the aveiene. TIhe drive-wav l adinm ito the park ii broad and followl tfl '1a1efl curves of the shore. Another view xx t, oin" west rea chs across the littl bayk showing faintly the rcsldeuce and grounds of J. A. Kimberly, and the foliae along Wisiconsin Avxernie. Another view looks in a nor thei tel1y direction alonig the wiidinkliIg drive-way, showing the river throu(gh the trees. In the view showing the entrance to the park a portion of tile bay and river is also shown. Upon the opposite of the river in the distance is Roberts' Snminer R isort. At the mouth of the river the Government boats are faintly outlined, eigiged in widteii ng the channel at that point. Two viexxws of Wisconsin AVxniiC, N 1a 1iiie arc ,iven. [hehi larer one shows the fiill xidth of the stret from the Rnssell lHOUSe to the \\nisin iii Central Railway I)epot and Lake Buttes des Morts. The smaller one shows the north side of the strect firom C(dar Stric t west to the same points. This street is very broad and extends fromi Ikake \Vinieba-o to Iallei Buttes des Morts. The View xx om the roof of the RUsseCI lHouse, Neenah, looking north, shoxs Cedar Street, north of Wisconsin Avemni, a portion of the xxwater power, the three bridges, and then stretches away across the Island along Cominmercial AxrmUe, ontil the faint outlines define the location of Menasha, a mile dis- tant. In the foregroun Id, the laige red building, occupied by the stores of William Kellott and A. Bill- stein, is one of the pioneers of the liisiicss ceitei NF.ENAll--III(1I S(,11001,I BUIIL)IN(J.
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