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323 E. Summit Ave Wales WI 53183

A Multi-Dealer Group Shop Featuring: 18th, 19th & Early 20th Century Furniture, Accessories and Art, Early American Furniture a Specialty items.

7291 N. Lannon Rd. Lannon WI 53046
262.255.6750262.255.6750

Quality Antiques, Appraisal Services Available,

Always Buying-Top Cash Paid

 

417 Main Street Delafield WI
(262) 646-5813(262) 646-5813

The Delafield Fish Hatchery is a historic building. It was constructed in 1907. It is used for civic, and public meetings and events. The Park and Recreation department of the city used this facility for recreational activities.

This building is also the Chentis-Krueger Community Senior Center. Constructed in 1907, the impressive Delafield Fish Hatchery stands as a reminder of Wisconsin’s dependence upon its plentiful fishing waters. In the early 20th century, Wisconsin’s growing concern over lake and stream fish depletion led to a state fish hatchery program for propagating fish. The Delafield Fish Hatchery was the second hatchery built under this program. Originally comprised of 32 acres, the hatchery was designed by State Architect John T. W. Jennings. The grounds included six holding ponds, 1,430 feet of pipe line and the hatchery building. The building is superbly constructed of fieldstone walls, split and chosen for their color and texture. Two interior concrete tanks were once used to hatch walleye-pike eggs while bass fish eggs were hatched in two ponds on the property. Fish fry (baby fish) were transported to nearby lakes and streams by electric railway.

The Delafield Fish Hatchery was used until 1953 when it was converted into a research center. In 1980, the hatchery and surrounding parks were deeded by the state to the city for public recreation.

174 East Wisconsin Avenue, Oconomowoc, WI, United States

Oconomowoc’s downtown has retained most of its historic 19th century architecture, and numerous grand Victorian homes still grace area lakeshores. Many city homes and businesses are listed on the state and national Register of Historic Places and can be seen on a self-guided historic walking tour developed by the Oconomowoc Historical Society.

201 N. Fowler Street Oconomowoc WI

Antique mall with more than 90 dealers.

P.O. Box 180104 Delafield WI

An 1846 Greek Revival Stage Coach inn with 18 rooms authentically restored and furnished with Federal, American, Empire and Early Victorian antiques. On National Register of Historical Places. History As many local school children have been discovering for years, The Hawks Inn is a great place to go to learn more about the history of Delafield. History of Delafield, WI – est. 1843 Wisconsin, originally known as the Michigan Territory, began its settlement in the early nineteenth century when the government offered land at a price of one dollar and twenty-five cents per acre. The area which is now Delafield was dotted with sparkling lakes, clear river streams and hardwood forests. Seasonal fishing and hunting camps of several Indian tribes could be found on the shores of the lakes and streams. Cabins were first settled on this rolling landscape in 1839. Other settlers, including farmers and merchants, soon followed. herds of sheep began to graze the gentle hills as grist and saw mills appeared along the streams. Perhaps Delafield’s most famous settler was Nelson Hawks who moved here with his family from the state of New York. Mr. Hawks soon built a three story inn as a stage coach stop in 1846. Recognized by the National Register of Historic Places, the Hawks Inn still stands today as an educational museum. Mr. Hawks named this little settlement Delafield and in 1848, the Michigan territory became the state of Wisconsin. Today this historic community thrives with over six thousand residents.

173 East Wisconsin Avenue, Oconomowoc, WI, United States

A gallery specializing in ancient artifacts, swords and amour. If it’s legal we will find it!

219 N Main Street North Prairie WI 53153
262-392-3110262-392-3110
703 Milwaukee Street Delafield WI 53018
262-646-8870262-646-8870

Antiques, Books, Magazines, Collectibles, Jewelry, Sterling, China, Glassware, Pottery, Paper and Furniture Restored and in the rough.

The Society engages the public with the excitement of discovery, inspires people with new perspectives on the past, and illuminates the relevance of history in our lives today.

W359 N5780 Brown St., Oconomowoc, WI 53066

The Gathering Place Antique Shop is located in the scenic Lake Country and features a very large and diversified inventory of antiques and collectibles.

110 West Wisconsin Avenue, Oconomowoc, WI, United States
262-893-1479262-893-1479

Collector offers antiques and memorabilia for sale.

20549 W. Main Street Lannon WI 53046

Antiques,Custom furniture, including restoration of such items.

Located in restored Original 1905 One Room Schoolhouse formally St. John’s Lutheran Church.

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