Early Saukville Picture Postcards


Public School*

Saukville, Wisconsin

postmarked
September 10, 1909

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*According to Cindy Douglas at the Saukville Historical Society, This building is no longer. It once stood where the current Oscar Grady Library stands, but further back from South Main Street . When the current building that we see now as the library was built in 1924, the school building in the color post card was MOVED to the corner of Highway 33 and South Main Streets! It was called at one time the Firemen’s Hall. My mom and dad held their wedding reception there in June 1946 when they married. It was used by many people for parties and such. I remember as a little girl (1st – 2nd grade age) the nuns used to walk us kids down there to watch school plays put on by the older students from St. Mary’s School (now known as Immaculate Conception Church). So, there are many memories there! It was torn down in 1961 and a new fire station was built there in 1962. It is now known as “Patrice’s” (restaurant).

St. Mary's Church

Saukville, Wisconsin

postmarked
August 27, 1909

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