City StreetsMar 4th, 2016 by Carl Baehr
Charles Pfister spent his own money to pave the street abutting his hotel in the new style.
City StreetsFeb 25th, 2016 by Carl Baehr
And once was the chief connection to Watertown Plank Rd, a road made of oak planks.
City StreetsFeb 19th, 2016 by Carl Baehr
Who is it really named after? And why the statue of a Scottish poet in a German city?
City StreetsFeb 11th, 2016 by Carl Baehr
The Gas Works that began lighting the city in 1852 nearly caught fire in epic 1892 conflagration.
City StreetsFeb 4th, 2016 by Carl Baehr
A mile-long underground railway was planned in 1890s.
City StreetsJan 29th, 2016 by Carl Baehr
Its name was changed in 1870s but many still used the old name for decades.
City StreetsJan 22nd, 2016 by Carl Baehr
Short street had city’s only lynching and only one of an African American in state history.
City StreetsJan 14th, 2016 by Carl Baehr
It was named to commemorate the old Irish neighborhood obliterated by a freeway.
City StreetsJan 8th, 2016 by Carl Baehr
And a dispute involving the streetcar, which ultimately won the day.
City StreetsDec 17th, 2015 by Carl Baehr
Solomon Juneau was a Democrat and named many streets after members of his party.
City StreetsDec 11th, 2015 by Carl Baehr
It was also Johnson St. and Prairie St. before its name changed.
City StreetsDec 3rd, 2015 by Carl Baehr
Not to mention delinquent boys. Yet it was named after a famed judge.