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    • Luther Memorial temporary chapel, 1925

    • Churches; Buildings
    • The temporary barracks was the first church for Luther Memorial, located at Atwater Road (later Capitol Drive) and Cramer Street, on the north side of Cramer Street. The building next door is an early Telephone Exchange building.
    • School house

    • Buildings; Schools; Historic buildings
    • Shorewood schoolhouse at the turn of the century, located on the northwest corner of Oakland Avenue and Capitol Drive. It was a wood frame building popularly referred to as the Little Pink Schoolhouse, probably once painted red. It was later used...
    • Shorewood resident H. H. Henry

    • Men; Clothing & dress; People
    • Shorewood resident H. H. Henry looking west on Capitol Drive (formerly called Lake Street, Mineral Spring Road, and Atwater Road). The picture was taken near the later site of Catholic Family Life Insurance, formerly the American Bowling Congress...
    • St. Robert's temporary church, 1913

    • Churches; Buildings
    • Image appears to be a clipping from a newspaper depicting a frame building used as a temporary church for St. Robert's Catholic parish in 1913, located on the southeast corner of Atwater Road (formerly Mineral Springs Road, presently Capitol Drive)...

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