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
[Waterford Ice House], p. 49 PDF (299.4 KB)
StkAM B'-OAuI-- I, In on T Lake Tishigan andRcturn, On M"ondy, the 4thL of May, 1868, at 10 A. X. and 8 P. M+, two Trips acompanisby the Ip'1U hASS US'OO WATEIJOJUL Tickets for the Trip, - . =# 1OCente. s..shselnr ,(+ sis Ii,,sI. Waterford Ice House The Ice House was located on the shores of the Fox River. Frozen river water was sawed and then stored in the icehouse, chunks of ice separated by saw dust and later sold to people who had ice boxes, and needed to cool their food. This historically significant stone icehouse was abandoned and razed. "Nothing on earth Is more gentle and yielding than water, Yet nothing is stronger. When it confronts a wall of stone, Gentleness overcomes hardness: The power of water prevails." SOUTHEAST TELEPHONE
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