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The Monroe, WI, cheese business district in the late 1930’s.

Herman Fritz Jr. and Otto Kramer have some fun as a giraffe for the 1915 Cheese Day parade.

Address delivered by Melvin H. Nickel, pastor of the Juda Zion and Union EUB Churches at the memorial service for the Juda crash victims held on April 2, 1967.

Promotional flyer for Samuel F. Humbel (1920-2005), for Mayor of Monroe, WI.

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This huge fire was witnessed by many as massive flames enveloped buildings in Monroe, Wis., including businesses and homes. The fire caused $100,000 of damage by the time it was done.

Fire blazes inside of this building that is currently still mostly intact, though this fire was far from being done. The fire caused $100,000 in damages to many buildings in Monroe, Wis., both businesses like this one and homes as well.


The wicked aftermath of a massive fire in January, 1914, in Monroe, Wis., can be seen here. The fire caused around $100,000 in damages to multiple businesses and homes.


People can be seen here inspecting the damages that were caused by the great $100,000 fire in Monroe, Wis., in January, 1914.


A fire in January of 1914 set many buildings ablaze, including the D.C. Ryan residence seen here totally engulfed in flames. There where an estimated $100,000 in damages in total from the fires.
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