Wisconsin: A Guide to the Badger State

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Oshkosh

Railroad Stations: 245 Broad St. (North Side), and foot of 10th St. (South Side) for Chicago & North Western Ry.; 84 Bond St. for Minneapolis, St. Paul & Sault Ste Marie Ry.; 21 Market St. for Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul & Pacific R.R.

Bus Stations: Union Bus Terminal, 60 Main St., for Northland Greyhound, Gray Diamond, Orange, and Yellow Motor Lines; Hotel Athearn 15 High St., for Sioux Limited.

Airport: Oshkosh Airport, 25 m. SW. at 20th Street Rd. and city limits; no scheduled service.

Taxis: Fare 25¢ single, 5¢ each additional passenger within city limits. City Busses: Fare 10¢.

Steamship Piers: Municipal dock, Riverside Park, S. end of N. Main St.

Traffic Regulations: No left turn off or on Main St.

Accommodations: 9 hotels; tourist homes; lake cottages; municipal trailer camp in Menominee Park; tourist camps in environs.

Information Service: Chamber of Commerce and Winnebagoland, Inc., 124 Main St. during winter; during summer, information booth at foot of Main St. near bridge.

Motion Picture Houses: Five.

Athletics and Recreation: Menominee Park, between Hazel St. and Lake Winnebago; professional basketball, Merrill Gymnasium.

Swimming: Menominee Park, Hazel St. between Merritt St. and New York Ave.; West Side and South Side Beaches.

Tennis: Menominee Park, Hazel St. between Merritt St. and New York Ave.; South Park, S. Park Ave. between Georgia and Ohio Sts.; Oshkosh Tennis Club, between Merritt and Washington Sts., near Bowen St.

Golf: Municipal course, Lake Butte des Morts, NW. city limits, 18 holes, greens fee 250 for 9, 400 for 19 holes, 750 for all day; Maxcy's, NW. of city on State 21 and county oo, 9 holes, greens fee 250, for 9 holes, 400 for all day.

Fishing: Lake Winnebago; 32 varieties including sturgeon, black bass, white bass, perch, pike, pickerel, muskies, pan fish in general.

Hunting: Lake Winnebago and Lake Butte des Morts vicinity, in season.

Riding: Murdock St. near County Fairgrounds, N. city limits.

Annual Events: White Bass Festival, May (dependent upon weather); National Rowboat Derby, 25-mile course, Labor Day; County Fair, County Fairgrounds, early Sept.

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