A Village Emerges!

Photographed June 6, 2015
Erected by Hales Corners Historical Society
Hales Corners, Milwaukee County, Wisconsin
42° 56.252′ N, 88° 3.041′ W

A Village Emerges!
A walking tour of
Scholz and Milwaukee Terrace
Two subdivisions, the oldest in the Village, are included in this 2.1 mile tour. The one square block Scholz subdivision at Hwy 100 and Janesville Rd. was recorded in 1904, the year the Rapid Transit train came through Hales Corners. Milwaukee Terrace in its present form, with over 100 lots along 110th Street and its side streets, was platted and recorded in 1924.

Begin part I of your self-guided walking tour #10 here. Brochures are available at - HC Police Dept., HC Historical Society, HC Library, HC Health Dept. Associated, Tri-City, and Continental Banks
The marker is located on southbound South 110th Street, at its intersection with West Janesville Road / Wisconsin Highway 24, at 5861 South 110th Street, Hales Corners, Wisconsin 53130.



The marker is located in Hales Corners, Wisconsin.

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