Brown County, Wisconsin
(Building) [Map] Terra Cotta clad Chicago Style building, the "...first small skyscraper built north of Milwaukee."
C. A. Lawton Company
(Industrial building) [Map] 233 N. Broadway, De Pere, WisconsinAlso known as: Novelty Manufacturing Co., C.A. Lawton, Lawton Company
(Stadium) [Map] Currently a high school football field, City Stadium was the home of the NFL Green Bay Packers from 1925-1956.Also known as: Old City Stadium
(Building) [Map] 1008 S. Monroe Ave., Green Bay, WisconsinAlso known as: Morgan L. Martin House
(Industrial building) [Map] 1749 Riverside Dr., Suamico, WisconsinAlso known as: Weed Mill Boarding House
(Hotel) [Map] Elizabethan/Tudor Revival hotel, built with reinforced concrete and featuring a brick and stucco fašade.
Joel S. Fisk House
(Building) [Map] 123 N. Oakland Ave., Green Bay, WisconsinAlso known as: Fort Howard Branch,Kellogg Public Library
(Stadium) [Map] Home of the Green Bay Packers since 1957, Lambeau Field is the longest tenured stadium in the National Football League.Also known as: City Stadium
(School) [Map] Third St. and College Ave., De Pere, Wisconsin
(Building) [Map] Marble, Cut Stone and Terra Cotta, depression era Art Deco building
(Military facility) [Map] 2640 South Webster Avenue, Green Bay, WisconsinAlso known as: Roi-Porlier-Tank College
Wisconsin State Reformatory
(Correctional facility) [Map] SE corner of Riverside Dr. and SR 172, Allouez, WisconsinAlso known as: Green Bay Correctional Institution