Winnebago County, Wisconsin

101 Algoma Boulevard (Building)   [Map]
Italianate building with Gothic revival details, still in use on a daily basis
Abraham Briggs Bowen House (Building)   [Map]
Mid-nineteenth century Italianate mansion
Also known as: Bowen House
Algoma Boulevard Historic District (District)   [Map]
Roughly, Algoma Blvd. from Woodland Ave. to Hollister Ave., Oshkosh, Wisconsin
Algoma Boulevard Methodist Church (Church)   [Map]
Romanesque church designed by noted Wisconsin architect, William Waters
Allenville, Wisconsin (Populated place)   [Map]

Augustin Grignon Hotel (Hotel)   [Map]
Former hotel now a private residence
Also known as: Nevitt Site, 47 Wn 162
Black Oak School (School)   [Map · Street View]
One of seven remaining rural schools that were once scattered throughout Winnebago County
Brin Building (Commercial building)   [Map]
Former theater housing retail and residential
Brooklyn No. 4 Fire House (Fire station)   [Map]
Former firehouse, turned sign company, now a privately owned building
Buckstaff Observatory (Building)   [Map]
A three dome, amateur observatory and weather observation station, dismantled in 2011.
Carl Koch Block (Commercial building)   [Map]
Commercial building next to the Tayco Street bascule bridge
Also known as: R&R Bar
Charles B. Clark House (House)   [Map]
561 E. Wisconsin Avenue, Neenah, Wisconsin
Charles R. Smith House (House)   [Map]
824 E. Forest Ave., Neenah, Wisconsin
Also known as: Shepard House
Chicago and Norhwestern Railroad Depot (Railroad depot)   [Map]
Former Railroad Depot Converted to Office Space
Cole Watch Tower (House)   [Map]
Seven story brick over steel tower built on an 1870 house
Daily Northwestern Building (Commercial building)   [Map]
Four story Italian Renaissance building in the central business district
Dewitt Clinton Van Ostrand House (House)   [Map]
413 Church St., Neenah, Wisconsin
Also known as: Jaramed Cummings House
East Forest Avenue Historic District (District)   [Map]
Generally bounded by E. Forest Ave., Webster St., Hewitt St. and Eleventh St., Neenah, Wisconsin
Edward D. & Vina Shattuck Beals House (House)   [Map]
220 N. Park Ave., Neenah, Wisconsin
Ellen and George Banta Sr. House (House)   [Map]
Beautiful Queen Anne home on Doty Island
Also known as: William Toepfer House
Ellis Jennings House (House)   [Map]
711 E. Forest Ave., Neenah, Wisconsin
Equitable Fraternal Union Building (Building)   [Map · Street View]
116 S. Commercial St., Neenah, Wisconsin
Also known as: Lion's Tail Brewing Company
Eureka Lock and Lock Tender's House (Structure)   [Map]
The last lock in operation on the Upper Fox River
First Methodist Church (Theater)   [Map]
502 N. Main St., Oshkosh, Wisconsin
Also known as: Wagner Opera House, Boys Club
First Presbyterian Church (Church)   [Map]
110 Church Ave., Oshkosh, Wisconsin
Frank B. Whiting House (House)   [Map]
620 E. Forest Ave., Neenah, Wisconsin
Also known as: The Gables, David W. Barnes House
Frank Winchester Hawks House (House)   [Map]
Boyhood home of noted film director, Howard Hawks
Also known as: Babcock, Fanny Lyons, House
Franklyn C. Shattuck House (House)   [Map]
547 E. Wisconsin Ave., Neenah, Wisconsin
Also known as: Shattuck-Brown House
Fraternal Order of Eagles (Building)   [Map · Street View]
405 Washington Ave., Oshkosh, Wisconsin
Fraternal Reserve Association (Building)   [Map · Street View]
Former office building turned apartment building
Also known as: The Washington Building
Frontenac (Residential building)   [Map]
132-140 High St. and 9 Brown St., Oshkosh, Wisconsin
Also known as: The Frontenac Flats
George O. Bergstrom House (House)   [Map]
Boyhood home of George Edwin Bergstrom, architect of The Pentagon
Gorham Vining P., House (House)   [Map]
Private residence
Grand Loggery (House)   [Map]
Log house relocated to a popular local park
Gustav Augustin Block (Commercial building)   [Map]
68 Racine St., Menasha, Wisconsin
Hans Gram House (House)   [Map]
345 E. Wisconsin Ave., Neenah, Wisconsin
Havilah Babcock House (House)   [Map]
537 E. Wisconsin Ave., Neenah, Wisconsin
Henry Paepke House (House)   [Map]
251 E. Doty Ave., Neenah, Wisconsin
Henry Sherry House (House)   [Map]
527 E. Wisconsin Ave., Neenah, Wisconsin
Also known as: Hugh Strange House
Henry Spencer Smith House (House)   [Map]
706 E. Forest Ave., Neenah, Wisconsin
Also known as: American Can Guest House
Hiram Smith House (House)   [Map]
Brick Octagon House Now Owned by Neenah Historical Society
Also known as: Octagon House
Irving Church Historic District (District)   [Map]
Large, residential neighborhood of primarily Queen Anne and larger homes
J. Leslie Sensenbrenner House (House)   [Map]
256 N. Park Ave., Nennah, Wisconsin
Also known as: Gaylord, George, House
Jessie Jack Hooper House (House)   [Map]
1149 Algoma Blvd., Oshkosh, Wisconsin
John R. Morgan House (Museum)   [Map]
234 Church Ave., Oshkosh, Wisconsin
Judge J. C. Kerwin House (House)   [Map]
516 E. Forest Ave., Neenah, Wisconsin
Kimberly Point Park Lighthouse (Lighthouse)   [Map]
Lighthouse at the confluence of the Fox River and Lake Winnebago
Larsen, Wisconsin (Populated place)   [Map]

Larson Brothers Airport (Airport)   [Map]
Wisconsin's Oldest Continually Active Airport
Masonic Temple (Building)   [Map]
204 Washington Avenue, Oshkosh, Wisconsin
Masonic Temple Building (Building)   [Map]
NeoClassical style lodge designed by Alexander C. Eschweiler
Also known as: Twin Cities Lodge #61 Free and Accepted Masons, Elisha Kent Kane Lodge No. 61
Mayer--Bankerob House (House)   [Map]
809 Ceape Ave., Oshkosh, Wisconsin
Also known as: Mayer, George, House; Banderob, John, House
Menasha Dam (Dam)   [Map]
Once the source of power for paper making, controls the Fox and is popular for fishing
Menasha Lock (Lock)   [Map]
First of the Lower Fox River Locks leading to Green Bay
Menomonee Park Carousel (Carousel)   [Map]
Allan Herschell 3-Row all metal, portable carousel
Menomonee Park Miniature Railroad (Railroad vehicle)   [Map]
Miniature Train Company dogbone out-and-back amusement ride.
Neenah United States Post Office (Post office)   [Map]
Former post office now repurposed for office space
Also known as: Old Post Office
North Main Street Historic District (District)   [Map]
Nine square blocks of a commercial area with Italianate and Queen Anne style buildings
Omro Downtown Historic District (District)   [Map]
"A fine collection of late nineteenth century and early twentieth century...commercial buildings"
Omro High School, Annex and Webster Manual Training School (School)   [Map]
Former school complex repurposed as assisted living for senior citizens
Also known as: Webster Manor, Omro Middle School
Omro Village Hall and Engine House (City hall)   [Map]
144 E. Main St., Omro, Wisconsin
Also known as: Omro City Hall, Omro Jail
Orville Beach Memorial Manual Training School (School)   [Map]
Former school repurposed as business center and office building
Oshkosh Grand Opera House (Theater)   [Map · Street View]
A theater that has served Vaudeville, films and stage performances.
Oshkosh Public Library (Library)   [Map]
Domed, Neo-classical building with an Ionic colonnade and bronze lions guarding the portico.
Oshkosh State Normal School Historic District (District)   [Map]
Normal School buildings that evolved into Wisconsin State University and later, UWO
Also known as: University of Wisconsin Oshkosh
Oviatt House (House)   [Map]
Stone mansion now serving the University of Wisconsin - Oshkosh
Also known as: Moses Hooper House
Paine Art Center and Arboretum (Garden)   [Map]
1410 Algoma Blvd., Oshkosh, Wisconsin
Paine Lumber Company Historic District (District)   [Map]
Former lumber mill campus now primarily residential and commercial buildings
Perry Lindsley House (House)   [Map]
1102 E. Forest Ave., Neenah, Wisconsin
Read School (School)   [Map]
1120 Algoma Blvd., Oshkosh, Wisconsin
Rev. Jens N. Jersild House (House)   [Map]
331 E. Wisconsin Avenue, Neenah, Wisconsin
Also known as: Phyllis L. Goodenough House
Richard Guenther House (House)   [Map]
1200 Washington Ave., Oshkosh, Wisconsin
Riverside Cemetery (Cemetery)   [Map]
1901 Algoma Blvd., Oshkosh, Wisconsin
Robert Lutz House (Building)   [Map]
1449 Knapp St., Oshkosh, Wisconsin
Also known as: Lutz House, Barn, and Garage and Pigeon Coop
S. H. Waterman House (House)   [Map]
1141 Algoma Blvd., Oshkosh, Wisconsin
Also known as: The Bemis House
Security Bank (Bank)   [Map]
Closed bank, Appears to be under renovation
Smith Park (Park)   [Map]
Effigy Mounds
Soldiers' Monument (Statue)   [Map]
Civil War Monument commissioned by John Hicks in memory of his father, who died in the Civil War
Tayco Street Bridge (Bridge)   [Map]
Replaced by a new bascule bridge in 1993
Thomas R. Wall Residence (House)   [Map]
751 Algoma Blvd., Oshkosh, Wisconsin
Also known as: Multicultural Education Center, University of Wisconsin
Trinity Espicopal Church (Church)   [Map]
203 Algoma Blvd., Oshkosh, Wisconsin
Upper Main Street Historic District (District)   [Map]
The heart of Menasha's downtown commercial district
US Post Office--Menasha (Post office)   [Map]
Period Colonial Revival design, two story, post office of the Wetmore era
Also known as: Menasha US Post Office Building
Waite Grass Carpet Company (Industrial building)   [Map · Street View]
300 E Custer & 221 E Nevada Aves., Oshkosh, Wisconsin
Washington Avenue Historic District (District)   [Map]
Large, principally residential district on the east side of Oshkosh
Washington Avenue Neoclassical Historic District (District)   [Map]
Generally bounded by the 100 & 200 blks. of Washington Ave., Oshkosh, Wisconsin
Washington Street Historic District (District)   [Map]
214--216 Washington St., Menasha, Wisconsin
Whiting Boathouse (Meeting hall)   [Map]
Opulent boathouse built in the Depression Era by a paper magnate
William C. Wing House (House)   [Map]
French Revival style mansion built on a peninsula formed by Lake Winnebago and the Fox River
Also known as: George S. Gaylord House
William E. Pollock Residence (House)   [Map]
765 Algoma Blvd., Oshkosh, Wisconsin
Also known as: Pollock Alumni House,University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh
Winnebago County Courthouse (Courthouse)   [Map]
Art Deco courthouse from 1937, featuring bas relief sculpture, bronze fixtures and art deco engraved lettering
Also known as: 1030741846, 1020751833, 0502783014, 1031771749, 0902712, 02047721
Wisconsin Avenue Historic District (District)   [Map]
The heart of Neenah's downtown commercial district
Wisconsin National Life Insurance Building (Commercial building)   [Map]
220 Washington Ave., Oshkosh, Wisconsin