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Mystery Place: Wychwood known for flora and fauna
Mystery Place: Wychwood known for flora and fauna
Lakeside estate named for witch hazel trees.
Mystery Place: Aloha! Welcome to the Drake home
Mystery Place: Aloha! Welcome to the Drake home
Aloha Lodge was the name of the Drake home on the south shore of Geneva Lake. This is another house that you only can see via the lake or the lakeshore path. The Drakes owned both the Drake and Blackstone Hotels in Chicago. 
Mystery Place: Bible camp once a private residence
Mystery Place: Bible camp once a private residence
Snug Harbor's owners donated land for city's library and park.
Mystery Place: Carrying on a farming tradition
Mystery Place: Carrying on a farming tradition
Schwartz family first settled in town of East Troy in 1836.
Mystery Place: No way to butter this up
Mystery Place: No way to butter this up
Oleomargarine helped pay for this Geneva Lake home.
Mystery Place: Delavan home stands the test of time
Mystery Place: Delavan home stands the test of time
The former home of George Passage is located at 112 Main St. in Delavan. In “Delavan's Historic Residential Architecture,” author Frank Landi describes the house as being in the Italianate style. It was one of the first brick houses built...
Mystery Place: Church celebrated its 175th anniversary
Mystery Place: Church celebrated its 175th anniversary
Delavan's United Church of Christ, located at 123 E.  Washington St. on the north side of Phoenix Park, celebrated its 175th anniversary July 31.
Mystery Place: Farm passed through generations of Chapin, Gifford families
Mystery Place: Farm passed through generations of Chapin, Gifford families
The current Gifford Farm, at 1075 County Highway H at the south end of Pell Lake, is located in sections 21 and 22 in the town of Bloomfield.
Mystery Place: The Gosso family and name still remembered in Darien
Mystery Place: The Gosso family and name still remembered in Darien
The Gosso name is well known in the Darien area. Ralph was the owner of a grocery store in Darien and at one time had the Tallyho tavern at highways 14, 11 and 89. In fact, some people called that intersection Tallyho Corners. 
Mystery Place: Linn Township farm hosted Farm Technology Days
Mystery Place: Linn Township farm hosted Farm Technology Days
The Steve Snudden farm, which is located in Sections 21, 22, 27 and 28 in the town of Linn, was the site of this year's Wisconsin Farm Technology Days, which ran from July 19 through July 21. FTD is an event for farm and city people to learn more...