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    • Appleton Wis., Illustrated, 1892

    • Industry; Agriculture; Commerce; Schools; Churches; Paper industry; People; Houses;
    • Published under the auspices of the Advancement Association of Appleton, 1892, this volume is primarily a collection of original photographs by the commercial photographer J. E. H. Stimson, of Appleton. It includes all of the major structures of...
    • Alvin Foster (2nd mayor of Appleton: 1859)

    • Mayors; Municipal government;
    • Alvin Foster became the second mayor in 1859. Was previously sherrif of Jefferson County. He urged reservoirs of water for fire protection, and the hook and ladder company with 30 volunteers was organized. A standard closing time for businesses...
    • O. W. Glark (17th mayor of Appleton: 1879)

    • Mayors; Municipal government;
    • Republican. Opponent James Ryan. Paper mill executive. Appleton Telephone Company was organized during his term with 23 patrons. Milwaukee and northern extension of the Lake Shore railroad reached Appleton. New businesses included Valley Pulp and...

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