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    • Boys on water wagon

    • Equipment; Children
    • Boys climb on Shorewood's "original water wagon" while attending a picnic in Murray's Woods on June 7, 1923. The horse drawn wagon was used to sprinkle water on unpaved streets to subdue dust, and as a water source at village picnics.
    • Paving Edgewood Boulevard

    • Streets; Hospitals
    • Shorewood paved the north half of Edgewood Avenue, originally called Keefe Avenue, leaving the Milwaukee side unpaved. Note the ""harp lights"" and Shorewood Hospital/Riverside Sanitarium; Downer Woods on the left.
    • Columbia Hospital

    • Hospitals; Streets
    • Northwest corner of Hartford Avenue and Maryland Avenue, taken from Edgewood Avenue looking south. Columbia Hospital was built in 1909; picture taken sometime thereafter.

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