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Jane Mary Dionne Store Lena WI

 contributed by: Michael Dionne

Cliff Dionne Shoe Store Lena WI

contributed by: Michael Dionne

Back row, from left, Steve Rosera, Cy Wondrash, Paul King, Joe Stein, John Pelkey; center row, Billy Teak, R. Niquette, Pete Laiven, A. Wondrash; first row, Arnold Maigetter, Leo Picard, Gil Mason, Niquette.
contributed by: Dave Cisler

West Main Street 
A dedication of Lena's new 
Main Street was held. An all day celebration of Lena's new Main Street took place.
contributed by: Carolyn King Laskowski
  East Main Street  

 contributed by:
Carolyn King Laskowski

1900 - Nick and Bob McQuire tend bar in their Lena Tavern. Bob proudly wears his volunteer fire department hat.
contributed by: Dave Cisler

From left, Dr. Joseph Rose, Earl Dionne, Luke Netzer, Fritz Teteak, Joe Teteak, and Almor Kosnar.
contributed by: Dave Cisler

Carl Schoenbeck tends bar in his Lena tavern (later Kinziger's Sportsman's Bar).  Customers are
Bill Nelson and Charles Robbens

contributed by: Dave Cisler

Early Lena - The horse and buggy shared the dirt streets of Lena with those new  "Tin Lizzies" as the automobile took its place as a mode of transportation of Lena right after the turn  of the century. This photo shows East Main Street in 1910 as the first trickling of business comes into town on an early weekday morning.
contributed by:
Carolyn King Laskowski

Lena Train Depot, Lena Grain Elevator and Mills, J.N. Bassett building.

 John Larson, Oshkosh WI,  formerly had the Larson Studio 

contributed by:  John Larson

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