Kewaunee County Historical Society
About Kewaunee County Historical Society
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We have many historical pictures and items about Kewaunee County on display.
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The mission of the Kewaunee County Historical Society is to collect and preserve the history of Kewaunee County.
Congressman Alvin O’Konski’s personal collection of autographed portrait photos of eight Presidents of the United States and four autographed portrait photos of Speakers of the U.S. House of Representatives in Washington D.C. are showcased at the Kewaunee County Historical Society “History Center” at 217 Ellis Street, Kewaunee, Wi. 54217. O’Konski served in Congress from 1943 to 1973. The collection was donated by the O’Konski family members.
St. Lawrence Catholic Church in Stangelville.
Stangelville is a hamlet located on Highway AB south of Highway 29 in the Town of Franklin. It was a Bohemian/ Czech community in orgins.
Jirovetz "Praha" Tavern. Praha is the Czech name for Prague, the capital of the Czech Republic and the State of Bohemia.
The old Mach tavern, which burned down many years ago.
Stangelville Cheese Factory in 1958.
The old Blacksmith shop in Stangelville around
Interior view of St. Lawrence with its carved wooden high altars of native wood types. The church is on the National Register of Historic Places.