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Celebrating Our Past: Green County Historical Society
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Will E. Trukenbrod took this birds-eye photograph from the top of the new St. Johns Church on April 27, 1923. The houses along 17th Avenue south of 13th Street are in the foreground. The Spangler house, the original Turner Hall, Luchsinger Monument Works, the courthouse, North School and the steeples of the Methodist Church (now the Monroe Arts Center) and Grace Lutheran Church are a few other sites also visible. This photo, and several other aerial and birds-eye views, are included in the Monroe Area Pictorial History. This book contains 260 photographs that were not included in the Pictorial History of Monroe. All publications can be purchased though the GCHS website. The most recent publication may be purchased at Schultz Hometown Pharmacy or Figi Insurance and Financial. Questions may be directed to Matt Figi at 608-325-6503 or mfigi48@tds.net. (Photo supplied by the Green County Historical Society)
Will E. Trukenbrod took this birds-eye photograph from the top of the new St. Johns Church on April 27, 1923. The houses along 17th Avenue south of 13th Street are in the foreground. The Spangler house, the original Turner Hall, Luchsinger Monument Works, the courthouse, North School and the steeples of the Methodist Church (now the Monroe Arts Center) and Grace Lutheran Church are a few other sites also visible.