New Additions from 'Found In Wisconsin: A resource for discovering Wisconsin's history online'
UW-Oshkosh: "The House Tour"
Part of the UW-Oshkosh Archives & Research Center Exhibits, UW-Oshkosh: "The House Tour" allows one to view the grand homes that are now or once were a part of The University of Wisconsin's Oshkosh campus. History, newspaper clippings, photographs, and architectural sketches all help to create the tour of these historic and splendid homes.
Kaukauna Intensive Historical Resource Survey, 1983
The Kaukauna Intensive Historical Resource Survey, 1983 is an intensive architectural and historical survey of Kaukauna's resources. The research was funded jointly by The National Park Service and the State of Wisconsin. The report has been scanned in a format that allows text searching.
Historical & Architectural Tour of Neillsville
Neillsville's Historic Walking Tour offers a myriad of architectural styles, from Gothic Revival to the Arts and Crafts era, as well as Prairie and Bungalow styles. The historic district consists of 432, 436, 442 Hewett Street, both sides of Hewett Street from 5th to 6th, and 118 W 6th Street, a total of 17 properties. All of Neillsville's historical buildings represent a collection of work of many notable architects, with many listings in the National Register of Historic Places. View each building along with its history and other information about the property.