Menomonee Falls, Wisconsin

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Albert R. Baer House (Waukesha County, Wisconsin)
Andrew Barnes House (Waukesha County, Wisconsin)
No longer at this address, moved in 1995
Cyrus Davis Farmstead (Waukesha County, Wisconsin)
Davis, Cyrus--Davis Brothers Farmhouse (Waukesha County, Wisconsin)
Private residence, Lannon Stone Farmhouse from mid-19th Century
Elizabeth Hoos House (Waukesha County, Wisconsin)
Frank Koehler House and Office (Waukesha County, Wisconsin)
Repurposed as an office building.
Garwin A. Mace House (Waukesha County, Wisconsin)
One of the more elaborate Queen Anne Revival style houses in Menomonee Falls
Garwin Mace Lime Kilns (Waukesha County, Wisconsin)
Herbert Hoeltz House (Waukesha County, Wisconsin)
Hoos--Rowell House (Waukesha County, Wisconsin)
Johann Zimmer Farmhouse (Waukesha County, Wisconsin)
John A. Pratt House (Waukesha County, Wisconsin)
LeRoy A. Henze House (Waukesha County, Wisconsin)
Mediterranean Revival Style house with rough stucco exterior and red tile roof
Menomonee Falls City Hall (Waukesha County, Wisconsin)
Menomonee Falls Main Street Historic District (Waukesha County, Wisconsin)
Main Street Historic District, Menomonee Falls, Wisconsin
Menomonee Golf Club (Waukesha County, Wisconsin)
Home of the Lombardi Classic Golf Tournament
Michael Wick Farmhouse and Barn (Waukesha County, Wisconsin)
Miller-Davidson House (Waukesha County, Wisconsin)
Third Street Bridge (Waukesha County, Wisconsin)
One of only eight, statewide, stone-arch bridges located in a municipality that were deemed eligible for the National Register.
Thomas Camp Farmhouse (Waukesha County, Wisconsin)
Private residence, Lannon Stone Farmhouse from mid-19th Century
Village Park Bandstand (Waukesha County, Wisconsin)
Octagonal Bandstand with Lannon Stone Foundation