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G.W. Fechter Stationery212 North Eighth Streetc. 1911is listed in theNational Registerof Historic Placesby the United StatesDepartment of the Interior8th Street Historic DistrictManitowoc, Wisconsin
Manitowoc has a rich library tradition. Around the Civil War several efforts were made to provide library services, but failed primarily due to lack of funding. During 1898 and 1899 the Clio Club, a women's literary group, raised $4,700 to establi…
German-American Bank902 Jay Streetc. 1901is listed in theNational Registerof Historic Placesby the United StatesDepartment of the Interior
This propertyhas been placed on the National Registerof Historic Placesby the United StatesDepartment of Interior1931
Is listed in theNational and State Registers of Historic Placesby theUnited StatesDepartment of the InteriorandThe State Historical Society of Wisconsin
Brave and famous Pole whofell mortally wounded duringthe siege of Savannah, GA. Oct. 11, 1779while leading a detachment of cavalryin an attack upon theBritish lines.
Dedicated by the ManitowocPoles in commemoration of the 150thanniversary of Pu…
Manitowoc CountyCourthouse1010 South Eighth Streetc. 1906is listed in theNational Registerof Historic Placesby the United StatesDepartment of the Interior8th Street Historic DistrictManitowoc, Wisconsin
Sputnik IVSatellite fragment wasrecovered at this siteSept 6, 1962
This publicly-owned cemetery contains the burials of 162 patients from the Manitowoc County Asylum for the Insane and the Manitowoc County Hospital who died between the years 1917 and 1974. The names of all, but two, are known.
The Manitowoc Co…
The land was originally part of 80 acres owned by Jacob W. Conroe who built a sawmill at Manitowoc Rapids in 1856. In 1914 the farmland was purchased by Manitowoc County and the ground set aside as a free burial place for poor destitute and unknow…