Photographed August 26, 2014
Erected 2001 by From the Pineries to the Present Heritage Tourism Area
Bonduel, Shawano County, Wisconsin
THE ORGANIZATION: The Bonduel Community Archives is a research library and photo gallery. Its collection of local and family history represents Advance, Bonduel, Briarton, Cecil, Navarino, Slab City, Zachow and surrounding areas. The Resources [sic] are in the form of church records, census, plat maps, newspapers, private collections, and business, school and family histories.LAND/BUILDING: This land was purchased by Carl Stern in 1868. By 1905 it was part of Westphal and Lange's development project and then sold to Henry Heck who built the house some time [sic] around 1911. Ownership was transferred many times and [sic] in 1991, it was purchased by Dr. Mark Runge who donated it to the Bouduel Community Archives.Although not unique in [sic] [and of] itself, this house represents the early 1900 [sic] architectural design seen in Bonduel, including its [the house's] two [sic] foot [sic] wide rubble stone basement walls, picture rails, open stair well [sic], sliding doors, enclosed porch, leaded windows and bird's - eye [sic] maple flooring.
Bonduel Community Archives is located on northbound 1st Street, just south of its intersection with West Green Bay Street / Wisconsin Highway 29, at 108 S 1st Street, Bonduel, Wisconsin 54107.
Bonduel Community Archives
The marker is located on Bonduel, Wisconsin.