National Register of Historic Places listings in Brown County, Wisconsin

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Location of Brown County in Wisconsin

This is a list of the National Register of Historic Places listings in Brown County, Wisconsin. It is intended to provide a comprehensive listing of entries in the National Register of Historic Places that are located in Brown County, Wisconsin. The locations of National Register properties for which the latitude and longitude coordinates are included below may be seen in a map.[1]

There are 50 properties and districts listed on the National Register in the county. Another two properties were once listed but have been removed.

This National Park Service list is complete through NPS recent listings posted May 19, 2017.[2]

Current listings[edit]

[3] Name on the Register[4] Image Date listed[5] Location City or town Description
1 Allouez Pump House
Allouez Pump House
March 15, 2016
(#16000091)
535 Greene Ave.
44°28′10″N 88°01′11″W / 44.469456°N 88.019635°W / 44.469456; -88.019635 (Allouez Pump House)
Allouez The new water department had this building designed by McMahon and Clark Engineering Co. in Mediterranean Revival style and built in 1925.[6][7]
2 Allouez Water Department and Town Hall
Allouez Water Department and Town Hall
March 15, 2016
(#16000092)
2143 S. Webster Ave.
44°28′54″N 88°01′25″W / 44.481633°N 88.023601°W / 44.481633; -88.023601 (Allouez Water Department and Town Hall)
Allouez Water department offices, designed in Colonial Revival style by Foeller, Schober, Bernes, Safford and Jahn and built in 1947.[7][8]
3 Astor Historic District
Astor Historic District
February 27, 1980
(#80000107)
Roughly bordered by Mason Street (north), Webster Avenue (east), Grignon Street (south), and the Fox River (west)
44°30′12″N 88°01′05″W / 44.503333°N 88.018056°W / 44.503333; -88.018056 (Astor Historic District)
Green Bay Residential neighborhood with many Victorian and early 20th century houses associated with Green Bay leaders;[9] Named for John Jacob Astor, who founded the town of Astor at this location in 1835[10]
4 John Baeten Store
John Baeten Store
August 8, 2014
(#14000483)
620 George St.
44°26′56″N 88°03′26″W / 44.4488°N 88.0571°W / 44.4488; -88.0571 (John Baeten Store)
De Pere Brick store built in 1903, with cast-iron columns and pressed-metal ceiling and cornice, with commercial space on the first floor and apartments on second. The Baeten family owned the store into the 1970s.[11]
5 Baird Law Office
Baird Law Office
October 15, 1970
(#70000025)
Heritage Hill State Park,
2640 S. Webster Avenue

44°28′32″N 88°02′04″W / 44.475627°N 88.034484°W / 44.475627; -88.034484 (Baird Law Office)
Green Bay Greek Revival structure built by Samuel Wooten Beall;
Housed law office of Henry Samuel Baird from 1841-1865;
Now sited at Heritage Hill State Historical Park[12]
6 Broadway-Dousman
Historic District
Broadway-Dousman Historic District
March 12, 1999
(#99000330)
300-400 blocks Dousman St.,
part of 300 block N. Chestnut St., part of 200-300 blocks N. Broadway

44°31′17″N 88°01′16″W / 44.521389°N 88.021111°W / 44.521389; -88.021111 (Broadway-Dousman
Historic District
)
Green Bay Commercial district of 12 structures built 1873-1947;[13] Original businesses include retail, warehouses, hotels, and a wholesale and canning company[14][15]
7 Broadway-Walnut
Historic District
Broadway-Walnut Historic District
July 8, 1999
(#99000817)
400 block W. Walnut St.
100 N. block Pearl St.
100 N. and part of 100 S. block Broadway

44°31′08″N 88°01′18″W / 44.518889°N 88.021667°W / 44.518889; -88.021667 (Broadway-Walnut
Historic District
)
Green Bay Commercial district of 20 structures built 1879-1947;[16] Original businesses include dry-goods retail, warehouses, saloons, a news depot, bank, and a dance hall[14][15]
8 Brown County Courthouse
Brown County Courthouse
January 1, 1976
(#76000053)
100 S. Jefferson St.
44°30′46″N 88°00′52″W / 44.512778°N 88.014444°W / 44.512778; -88.014444 (Brown County Courthouse)
Green Bay Three-story Beaux-Arts courthouse with copper-clad dome, designed by Charles E. Bell and built 1908 to 1911. Contains historic murals inside and a sculpture out front of Perrot, Allouez and a Native American.[17]
9 Chicago and North Western Railway Passenger Depot
Chicago and North Western Railway Passenger Depot
December 30, 1999
(#99001633)
202 Dousman St.
44°31′17″N 88°01′06″W / 44.521389°N 88.018333°W / 44.521389; -88.018333 (Chicago and North Western Railway Passenger Depot)
Green Bay Built in 1898 in Italian Renaissance Revival style, with 5-story clock tower.[18] Today houses Titletown Brewing Company.[19]
10 Christ Episcopal Church Complex
Christ Episcopal Church Complex
October 9, 2012
(#12000852)
425 Cherry St.
44°30′50″N 88°00′42″W / 44.513893°N 88.011549°W / 44.513893; -88.011549 (Christ Episcopal Church Complex)
Green Bay Gothic Revival church with cruciform floor-plan, built in 1899.[20]
11 Cotton House
Cotton House
April 28, 1970
(#70000026)
Heritage Hill State Park, 2640 South Webster Ave.
44°28′25″N 88°01′49″W / 44.473730°N 88.030345°W / 44.473730; -88.030345 (Cotton House)
Green Bay Greek Revival home built in 1840s by John & Mary Cotton, originally at Beaupre and Webster Sts.[21]
12 De Pere Lock and Dam Historic District
De Pere Lock and Dam Historic District
December 7, 1993
(#93001331)
Fox R. at James St.
44°26′58″N 88°03′47″W / 44.449444°N 88.063056°W / 44.449444; -88.063056 (De Pere Lock and Dam Historic District)
De Pere The last of 24 locks on the Fox between Portage and De Pere, operated since the 1850s. Includes a Dutch Colonial Revival lock-keeper's house. One of two hand-operated locks left in the U.S.[22]
13 De Pere Public Library
De Pere Public Library
October 4, 2002
(#02001106)
380 Main Ave.
44°26′59″N 88°04′13″W / 44.449722°N 88.070278°W / 44.449722; -88.070278 (De Pere Public Library)
De Pere Library built in 1937 during the Great Depression with support of the PWA. The design is Cotswold style with some Classical Revival elements.[23]
14 Joel S. Fisk House
Joel S. Fisk House
August 11, 1978
(#78000420)
123 N. Oakland Ave.
44°31′08″N 88°01′36″W / 44.518889°N 88.026667°W / 44.518889; -88.026667 (Joel S. Fisk House)
Green Bay Italianate house with a cupola, built from 1862 to 1867. Fisk was a lawyer, postmaster, and Register of the local land office, ran a fishing operation, and platted the city of Fort Howard.[15]
15 Fort Howard Hospital
Fort Howard Hospital
July 22, 1979
(#71001075)
Heritage Hill State Park, 2640 S. Webster Ave.
44°28′27″N 88°02′04″W / 44.474241°N 88.034359°W / 44.474241; -88.034359 (Fort Howard Hospital)
Green Bay Federal-style building constructed 1834 to 1835 at old Fort Howard.[24]
16 Fort Howard Officers' Quarters
Fort Howard Officers' Quarters
July 22, 1979
(#72001548)
Heritage Hill State Park, 2640 S. Webster Ave.
44°28′27″N 88°02′01″W / 44.474252°N 88.033696°W / 44.474252; -88.033696 (Fort Howard Officers' Quarters)
Green Bay 1830 Federal-style building,[25] in which Fort Howard's officers lived with their families. This building is currently interpreted at the park as the Company Kitchen/Orderly Room. The structure at the park named Fort Howard Officers' Quarters is a reproduction built in 1982.[26][27]
17 Fort Howard Ward Building
Fort Howard Ward Building
July 22, 1979
(#72001547)
Heritage Hill State Park, 2640 S. Webster Ave.
44°28′27″N 88°02′03″W / 44.474170°N 88.034197°W / 44.474170; -88.034197 (Fort Howard Ward Building)
Green Bay Fort Howard's army hospital built in 1816, originally at location of 402 N. Chestnut Ave.[28]
18 Fox Theatre
Fox Theatre
March 24, 2000
(#00000256)
117 S. Washington St.
44°30′49″N 88°00′59″W / 44.513611°N 88.016389°W / 44.513611; -88.016389 (Fox Theatre)
Green Bay Atmospheric theatre built in 1929, with Art Deco exterior and Spanish Colonial Revival interiors.[29]
19 Grassy Island Range Lights
Grassy Island Range Lights
January 12, 2005
(#04001484)
100 Bay Beach Rd.
44°32′11″N 88°00′18″W / 44.536389°N 88.005°W / 44.536389; -88.005 (Grassy Island Range Lights)
Green Bay Range lights built in 1872 to guide ships through the channel through Grassy Island and into Green Bay's harbor.[30]
20 Green Bay YMCA
Green Bay YMCA
February 16, 2016
(#16000022)
235 N. Jefferson St.
44°30′55″N 88°00′45″W / 44.515150°N 88.012380°W / 44.515150; -88.012380 (Green Bay YMCA)
Green Bay Large stone-clad YMCA building designed by Foeller, Schober & Stephenson/Berners-Schober. The original 1924 building is in Tudor Revival style and the 1968 addition in a more Contemporary style.[31][32]
21 Otto and Hilda Gretzinger House
Otto and Hilda Gretzinger House
October 13, 2011
(#11000747)
922 N. Broadway
44°27′28″N 88°03′22″W / 44.457778°N 88.056111°W / 44.457778; -88.056111 (Otto and Hilda Gretzinger House)
De Pere Bungalow/Craftsman-style house built in 1915. Otto managed the Central Lumber Company and Hilda was a teacher.[33]
22 Edwin and Jennie Gutknecht House
Edwin and Jennie Gutknecht House
January 27, 2015
(#14001229)
603 S. Michigan St.
44°26′40″N 88°03′29″W / 44.444340°N 88.058009°W / 44.444340; -88.058009 (Edwin and Jennie Gutknecht House)
De Pere Stucco-clad American Foursquare house designed by William Reynolds of Green Bay and built in 1913.[34]
23 Hazelwood
Hazelwood
April 28, 1970
(#70000027)
1008 S. Monroe Ave.
44°30′03″N 88°01′08″W / 44.500833°N 88.018889°W / 44.500833; -88.018889 (Hazelwood)
Green Bay Morgan Martin built this Greek Revival home in 1837 for his bride Elizabeth.[35] Morgan was an attorney, civic leader, Indian agent, and president of the convention that drafted Wisconsin's constitution.[36]
24 Henry House
Henry House
January 31, 1980
(#80000108)
1749 Riverside Dr.
44°37′52″N 88°03′11″W / 44.631111°N 88.053056°W / 44.631111; -88.053056 (Henry House)
Suamico Simple side-gabled boarding house built by the Weed Brothers around 1869, during the lumber era. A.k.a. Weed Mill Inn. Now the Shoppes at Vickery Village.[37][38]
25 Henry and Mary Heyrman House
Henry and Mary Heyrman House
January 27, 2015
(#14001230)
403 S. Michigan St.
44°26′43″N 88°03′28″W / 44.445146°N 88.057905°W / 44.445146; -88.057905 (Henry and Mary Heyrman House)
De Pere Queen Anne house built in 1903.[39]
26 Holy Cross Church and Convent
Holy Cross Church and Convent
June 28, 2001
(#01000685)
3001 Bay Settlement Rd.
44°33′20″N 87°53′27″W / 44.555556°N 87.890833°W / 44.555556; -87.890833 (Holy Cross Church and Convent)
Green Bay Roman Catholic church built in 1932 in Romanesque style.[40]
27 Hotel Northland
Hotel Northland
October 30, 2013
(#13000860)
304 N. Adams St.
44°30′57″N 88°00′46″W / 44.515825°N 88.012785°W / 44.515825; -88.012785 (Hotel Northland)
Green Bay Designed in Tudor Revival style by Herbert Tullgren and built in 1924, at the time the largest hotel in Wisconsin.[41] Hosted Lombardi's first press conference and some of the Packers' opposing teams.[42]
28 Kellogg Public Library and Neville Public Museum
Kellogg Public Library and Neville Public Museum
June 9, 1981
(#81000035)
125 S. Jefferson St.
44°30′44″N 88°00′49″W / 44.512222°N 88.013611°W / 44.512222; -88.013611 (Kellogg Public Library and Neville Public Museum)
Green Bay The Classical Revival library was built in 1903 and the matching museum was added in 1926. Kellog was a banker[43] and Neville was mayor of Green Bay.[44] This was the first Carnegie library in Wisconsin.[45]
29 Julius Krause Store Building
Julius Krause Store Building
August 18, 2014
(#14000502)
106 S. Broadway
44°26′55″N 88°03′38″W / 44.4486°N 88.0606°W / 44.4486; -88.0606 (Julius Krause Store Building)
De Pere Brick shoe store built in 1882 in Commercial Vernacular style.[46]
30 C. A. Lawton Company
C. A. Lawton Company
January 30, 1992
(#91001985)
233 N. Broadway
44°27′02″N 88°03′39″W / 44.450556°N 88.060833°W / 44.450556; -88.060833 (C. A. Lawton Company)
De Pere General machine shop built in 1879. Charles Lawton invented a bran dresser, which separated bran from flour.[47] Functioned until 1971. Now redeveloped as apartments.[48]
31 Little Kaukauna Lock and Dam Historic District
Little Kaukauna Lock and Dam Historic District
December 7, 1993
(#93001332)
Fox R. at Mill Rd.
44°22′42″N 88°07′23″W / 44.378333°N 88.123056°W / 44.378333; -88.123056 (Little Kaukauna Lock and Dam Historic District)
De Pere Next-to-the-last lock in the Lower Fox River lock system, operated continuously since the 1850s. Includes a Dutch Colonial Revival lock-keeper's house.[49]
32 Main Avenue Historic District
Main Avenue Historic District
February 3, 2010
(#09001314)
301-377 (odd only) Main Ave.
44°26′51″N 88°04′10″W / 44.447461°N 88.069469°W / 44.447461; -88.069469 (Main Avenue Historic District)
De Pere 18 commercial buildings built from 1883 to 1950 in various styles: Commercial Vernacular, Queen Anne, 20th Century Commercial, and Neoclassical Revival.[50]
33 Main Hall
Main Hall
October 28, 1988
(#88002001)
Third St. and College Ave.
44°26′39″N 88°03′59″W / 44.444167°N 88.066389°W / 44.444167; -88.066389 (Main Hall)
De Pere On completion in 1903, Main Hall was St. Norbert College, containing classrooms, dormitory and commons. The style is Richardsonian Romanesque, and today it is the architectural center of the campus.[51]
34 Milwaukee Road Passenger Depot
Milwaukee Road Passenger Depot
August 16, 1996
(#96000906)
400 S. Washington St.
44°30′38″N 88°01′08″W / 44.510556°N 88.018889°W / 44.510556; -88.018889 (Milwaukee Road Passenger Depot)
Green Bay Designed by Charles Sumner Frost in Flemish Renaissance Revival style and built in 1898 for the Milwaukee Road, the depot served the east side of Green Bay until 1957.
35 Mueller-Wright House
Mueller-Wright House
March 29, 1978
(#78000078)
Washington and Mueller Sts.
44°19′35″N 88°09′43″W / 44.326389°N 88.161944°W / 44.326389; -88.161944 (Mueller-Wright House)
Wrightstown Greek Revival-styled[52] home built in the 1840s. Hoel and Orilla Wright founded the settlement in 1833, running a trading post, a ferry and an inn. Carl Mueller later ran a general store, a sawmill and a brewery.[53]
36 John T. and Margaret Nichols House
John T. and Margaret Nichols House
September 1, 2005
(#05000954)
128 Taft Ave.
44°28′00″N 88°02′06″W / 44.466776°N 88.035076°W / 44.466776; -88.035076 (John T. and Margaret Nichols House)
Allouez Modernist-styled house built in 1951.[54]
37 Nicolet High School
Nicolet High School
October 5, 2015
(#15000703)
111 3rd St.
44°26′48″N 88°04′05″W / 44.4466°N 88.068°W / 44.4466; -88.068 (Nicolet High School)
De Pere School building designed in Neoclassical style by Foeller, Schober, and Stephenson of Green Bay and built in 1923. Served as a public high school until 1958, when it was bought by Abbott Pennings High School, which used it as a Catholic school until 1990, when it was bought by St. Norbert College, which uses it as classrooms and administrative office space.[55]
38 North Broadway Street Historic District
North Broadway Street Historic District
September 8, 1983
(#83003368)
Broadway, Ridgeway Blvd., Morris, Fulton, Franklin, Cass, Front, and Wisconsin Sts.
44°27′14″N 88°03′37″W / 44.453889°N 88.060278°W / 44.453889; -88.060278 (North Broadway Street Historic District)
De Pere Homes built in a wide variety of styles, with contributing structures built between 1836 and 1923.[56]
39 North Michigan Street-North Superior Street Historic District
North Michigan Street-North Superior Street Historic District
July 19, 2007
(#07000707)
Roughly bounded by Ridgeview Blvd., North Wisconsin, North Huron & George Sts.
44°27′08″N 88°03′25″W / 44.45235°N 88.056919°W / 44.45235; -88.056919 (North Michigan Street-North Superior Street Historic District)
De Pere One of the oldest residential neighborhoods in Wisconsin, with houses built as early as 1867 in Colonial Revival, Queen Anne, American Foursquare and Bungalow styles.[57]
40 Oakland-Dousman Historic District
Oakland-Dousman Historic District
April 27, 1988
(#88000455)
Roughly bounded by Dousman St., Oakland Ave., Shawano Ave., Antoinette and Francis Sts.
44°31′12″N 88°01′30″W / 44.52°N 88.025°W / 44.52; -88.025 (Oakland-Dousman Historic District)
Green Bay Residential district with homes built as early as 1888 in a variety of styles.[18]
41 Randall Avenue Historic District
Randall Avenue Historic District
April 24, 2007
(#07000370)
Generally bounded by Ridgeway Blvd., Oakdale Ave., and Glenwood Ave.
44°27′23″N 88°03′15″W / 44.456308°N 88.054281°W / 44.456308; -88.054281 (Randall Avenue Historic District)
De Pere Residential neighborhood largely built during the Great Depression, including Colonial Revival and other styles.[58]
42 Angeline Champeau Rioux House
Angeline Champeau Rioux House
October 28, 1994
(#94001251)
2183 Glendale Ave.
44°33′42″N 88°04′07″W / 44.561667°N 88.068611°W / 44.561667; -88.068611 (Angeline Champeau Rioux House)
Howard Lucas Rioux built the house in 1828. It later quartered Fort Howard soldiers and may have been a stop on the Underground Railroad.[59]
43 Rockwood Lodge Barn and Pigsty
Rockwood Lodge Barn and Pigsty
May 5, 2004
(#04000412)
5632 Sturgeon Bay Rd.
44°37′57″N 87°48′11″W / 44.6325°N 87.803056°W / 44.6325; -87.803056 (Rockwood Lodge Barn and Pigsty)
Green Bay Large wooden barn and brick sty, built 1938. A.k.a. Kenneth Rabas farm.[60]
44 J.B. Smith House and Granary
J.B. Smith House and Granary
May 12, 2004
(#04000446)
5121 Gravel Pit Rd.
44°37′48″N 87°48′16″W / 44.63°N 87.804444°W / 44.63; -87.804444 (J.B. Smith House and Granary)
Green Bay Gabled ell house and granary built 1885. A.k.a. Kenneth Rabas house.[61][62]
45 South Broadway Historic District
South Broadway Historic District
January 21, 2010
(#09001272)
101-129 (odd only) S. Broadway
44°26′54″N 88°03′36″W / 44.4484°N 88.060094°W / 44.4484; -88.060094 (South Broadway Historic District)
De Pere After the 1882 fire destroyed entire blocks of wooden businesses east of the river, they rebuilt with brick, almost blending the buildings' facades because they used similar cream-colored brick.[63]
46 Steckart and Falck Double Block
Steckart and Falck Double Block
October 20, 2011
(#11000758)
112-118 N. Broadway
44°26′58″N 88°03′38″W / 44.449444°N 88.060556°W / 44.449444; -88.060556 (Steckart and Falck Double Block)
De Pere Large commercial building built in 1888 in an ornate Italianate style. Street level housed a meat market, saloon and liquor store, and the second floor apartments.[64]
47 Tank Cottage
Tank Cottage
April 28, 1970
(#70000028)
Heritage Hill State Park, 2640 South Webster Avenue
44°28′32″N 88°02′09″W / 44.475549°N 88.035916°W / 44.475549; -88.035916 (Tank Cottage)
Green Bay In 1803, the first part of the cottage was constructed in the piece sur piece style as a fur trader's cabin. Otto Tank bought it in 1850 and added the wings. Later moved to Heritage Hill.[65]
48 Union House Hotel
Union House Hotel
November 26, 2003
(#03001216)
200 North Broadway
44°27′01″N 88°03′37″W / 44.450272°N 88.060167°W / 44.450272; -88.060167 (Union House Hotel)
De Pere Late Victorian hotel begun in 1883, after a fire destroyed three earlier hotels. Now the oldest continually-operated hotel in the area.[66]
49 Wisconsin State Reformatory
Wisconsin State Reformatory
May 3, 1990
(#90000641)
SE corner of Riverside Dr. and WI 172
44°28′14″N 88°02′12″W / 44.470556°N 88.036667°W / 44.470556; -88.036667 (Wisconsin State Reformatory)
Allouez Chartered by the state legislature in 1897 as a reformatory for young male offenders. North Cell Hall was started in 1898, South in 1915. In 1972 it became a maximum security prison for adult males.[67]
50 Zippin Pippin
Zippin Pippin
November 8, 2007
(#07001166)
Bay Beach Amusement Park
44°31′51″N 87°58′51″W / 44.530917°N 87.980833°W / 44.530917; -87.980833 (Zippin Pippin)
Green Bay One of the oldest wooden roller coasters in the United States, originally built in 1912 at East End Park in Memphis; Dismantled and moved to Green Bay in 2010

Formerly listed[edit]

[3] Name on the Register Image Date listed Date removed Location City or town Summary
1 East Moravian Church
East Moravian Church
February 1, 1972[68]
(#72001588)
Unknown
518 Moravian St., Green Bay, moved to Heritage Hill State Park
44°28′29″N 88°01′56″W / 44.474732°N 88.032199°W / 44.474732; -88.032199 (East Moravian Church)
De Pere In 1851-52, a Moravian congregation built their church in Greek Revival style on Moravian Street in downtown Green Bay. Later moved to Heritage Hill.[69]
2 Kaap's Restaurant Upload image
June 2, 1980[68][70]
(#80004595)
March 29, 1984
212 - 214 N. Washington St
44°28′29″N 88°01′56″W / 44.474732°N 88.032199°W / 44.474732; -88.032199 (Kaap's Restaurant)
Green Bay Candy shop, bakery, tea room and restaurant which began operating on Washington Street in 1914. Now razed.[71]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ The latitude and longitude information provided is primarily from the National Register Information System, and has been found to be fairly accurate for about 99% of listings. For 1%, the location info may be way off. We seek to correct the coordinate information wherever it is found to be erroneous. Please leave a note in the Discussion page for this article if you believe any specific location is incorrect.
  2. ^ "National Register of Historic Places: Weekly List Actions". National Park Service, United States Department of the Interior. Retrieved on May 19, 2017.
  3. ^ a b Numbers represent an ordering by significant words. Various colorings, defined here, differentiate National Historic Landmarks and historic districts from other NRHP buildings, structures, sites or objects.
  4. ^ National Park Service (2008-04-24). "National Register Information System". National Register of Historic Places. National Park Service. 
  5. ^ The eight-digit number below each date is the number assigned to each location in the National Register Information System database, which can be viewed by clicking the number.
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  8. ^ "Allouez Water Department and Town Hall". Wisconsin Historical Society. Retrieved 2016-03-29. 
  9. ^ "Astor Neighborhood Up for National Register" (PDF). Clipping from unknown paper. Retrieved 2012-08-28. 
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  12. ^ "Baird Law Office". Heritage Hill State Historical Park. Retrieved 2012-09-30. 
  13. ^ "Part of 200 and 300 block N. Broadway, 300 and 400 block Dousman St, part of 300 block N. Chestnut St.". Wisconsin Historical Society. Retrieved 2012-12-01. 
  14. ^ a b Green Bay's West Side: The Fort Howard Neighborhood. Retrieved 2012-12-01. 
  15. ^ a b c "Green Bay Historic Preservation Commission". Retrieved 2012-12-01. 
  16. ^ "100 N and part of 100 S Block Broadway;100 N Block Pearl St.;400 Block W. Walnut St.". Wisconsin Historical Society. Retrieved 2012-12-01. 
  17. ^ "Brown County Courthouse". Wisconsin Historical Society. Retrieved 2012-08-30. 
  18. ^ a b "Tour of the Oakland-Dousman Historic District and the Broadway Area". Green Bay Historic Preservation Commission. Retrieved 2012-08-30. 
  19. ^ "History - Titletown Brewing Company". Titletown Brewing Company. Retrieved 2012-09-04. 
  20. ^ "2003 Award Recipients". Green Bay Historic Preservation Commission. Retrieved 2012-10-21. 
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  23. ^ "De Pere Public Library". Wisconsin Historical Society. Retrieved 2012-09-07. 
  24. ^ "Fort Howard Hospital". Heritage Hill State Historical Park. Retrieved 2012-09-11. 
  25. ^ "Fort Howard Officers' Quarters". Heritage Hill State Historical Park. Retrieved 2012-09-11. 
  26. ^ "Company Kitchen/Orderly Room". Heritage Hill Foundation. Retrieved 24 October 2014. 
  27. ^ "Fort Howard Officer's Quarters". Heritage Hill Foundation. Retrieved 24 October 2014. 
  28. ^ "Fort Howard Ward Building". Architecture and History Inventory. Wisconsin Historical Society. Retrieved 2013-11-08. 
  29. ^ "Fox Theater". Wisconsin Historical Society. Retrieved 2012-08-30. 
  30. ^ "Grassy Island Range Lights". Wisconsin Historical Society. Retrieved 2012-08-30. 
  31. ^ "Green Bay YMCA". Wisconsin Historical Society. Retrieved 2016-12-20. 
  32. ^ Davidson, Rowan (2015-05-15). "Green Bay YMCA" (PDF). NRHP Inventory-Nomination Form. National Park Service. Retrieved 2016-12-20. 
  33. ^ "Gretzinger, Otto and Hilda, House". Wisconsin Historical Society. Retrieved 2012-08-30. 
  34. ^ "Edwin O. & Jennie Gutknecht House". Wisconsin Historical Society. Retrieved 2015-02-13. 
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