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The Paine Art Center and Gardens | The Paine Estate - History

The Paine Art Center and Gardens | The Paine Estate - History | Oshkosh Wisconsin | Scoop.it
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The Pride Of Oshkosh ”Oshkosh B’GRR”

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Oshkosh Overall Company owners and empoyees

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Oshkosh Overall Company owners and empoyees
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Before it was called Oshkosh B' Gosh 

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Oshkosh B’Gosh employees on Parade

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Oshkosh B’Gosh employees at the Atearn Hotel

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Oshkosh B’Gosh Celebrating Military Contract

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Oshkosh: A city of lost treasures

Among Julie Johnson's most prized possessions is a small brown book, the diary of the late Eliza Athearn, wife of the owner of the elegant Hotel Athearn in the heart of Oshkosh's downtown during the time it was the place to be.
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William E. Pollock

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He became part owner with John G. Clark of the Oshkosh Clothing Manufacturing Company, and the company was renamed Oshkosh Overall Company, which eventually became Oshkosh B’Gosh. He headed the company until his retirement to Florida in January 1935.

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Oshkosh B’Gosh Excursion

Oshkosh B’Gosh Excursion
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The second Leander Choate was built at Oshkosh in 1908 for the Oshkosh Steamboat Co. as a excursion boat, it was 126” long and 30’ wide. It was captained by Mike Golden. In 1922 the Choate was rebuilt as the Valley Queen and continued as a excursion boat until it also was destroyed by fire November 10, 1922.

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Oshkosh B’Gosh Employees during World War II

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Oshkosh B’Gosh employees

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located on the north side at 33-39 Otter Avenue, between State Street and Court. still standing 

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Oshkosh sites

Historic site 

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Historic sites in Oshkosh 

 Grand opera House 

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Oshkosh: A Brief History - Oshkosh, Wisconsin

The area now known as Oshkosh was first settled by the Menominee nation of Native Americans, including the namesake of the city, Chief Oskosh, who ceded the area to the United States government in 1836.
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