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- Greendale (Wis.). Clerk.
- Village Board proceedings, 1938-1945, 1963-1964, 1966-1969, 1971-1974.
- Milwaukee Micro Series 1 and Milwaukee Series 22
- Minutes of the village board of trustees, reports, resolutions, and petitions relating to the appointment of village officers and board committees, re-establishment of a new school district, contracts, payment of bills, and other village business. Also included is correspondence, petitions, court orders, censuses, and poll lists.
- Joint School District No. 2, Towns of Oconomowoc and Ashippun (Waukesha County, Wis.).
- Monterey School records, 1867-1951.
- Waukesha Series 11
- Records of the Monterey School, including minutes of school board meetings; register of school officers and terms of office; district treasurers' bonds; teachers' contracts and yearly reports; register of orders drawn on the district treasurer; clerk's annual reports; annual financial statements; cash receipts and disbursements; and auditing committee reports.
- Mitchell (Sheboygan County, Wisconsin: Town).
- Town records [microform], 1850-1923.
- Sheboygan Micro Series 1
- Records include town board and town meeting proceedings (1855-1891); records of marks and brands (1871-1889); bills of sale (1876, 1894-1923); notices of change in the date of the annual school district meetings (1874, 1876); chattel mortgages (1871-1891); road and school districts (1871-1914); school census, receipts, and disbursements (1850-1861); and apportionment of school fund income and county school tax (1862-1891).
- Ozaukee County (Wis.). Clerk.
- Census of population [microform], 1865.
- Ozaukee Micro Series 1
- State census shows names of heads of families, number, race and sex of family members, number of "deaf & dumb, blind and insane" in family, and number of foreign born in family. The schedules are arranged by town. The names on the schedules are apparently in the order in which the enumerator visited the household except for those in Cedarburg which are in alphabetical order. The schedules for Belgium and Port Washington include the name of the spouse of the head of the family. Census also includes a report of the money raised by taxation and private subscription for payment of bounties to Civil War volunteers.
- School District No. 9, Town of Waukesha (Waukesha County, Wis.). Clerk.
- Echo Glen School records, 1843-1946.
- Waukesha Series 18
- Records of the Echo Glen School, including district record books (1843-1941), which contain minutes of annual and special school district meetings, listings of orders drawn on the treasurer, and teacher's contracts; annual reports and school censuses (1917-1924); treasurer's reports (1855-1865); and other miscellaneous records.
- School District No. 10, Town of Addison (Washington County, Wis.). Clerk.
- Allentown School records, 1887-1957.
- Washington Series 12
- Series contains miscellaneous records of the district. Includes an account book (1887-1918) of receipts and disbursements, and an annual census and reports (1918 and 1930-1933). The annual reports give a breakdown of school enrollment by grades and provide the names of parents and their children of school going age. An attendance register (1909-1915) illustrates the daily program study and recitation and also provides a record of attendance. A public hearing report on the proposed Slinger Union High School District (1957) is a verbatim transcript of the proceedings of the meeting. Record books (1887-1903) provide the minutes of the school district meetings, teacher's contracts and treasurer's bonds. There are also two scrapbooks put together by schoolchildren in Vasto, Italy in 1926 which were sent to the schoolchildren in the school district. View finding aid.
- Sheboygan County (Wis.). Register of Deeds.
- Census of population [microform], 1865.
- Sheboygan Series 13
- Enumeration of residents as of June 1, 1865. Includes names of heads of families and number of persons residing in each household, tabulated by sex and race. For each household, the number of deaf and dumb, blind, insane, and foreign born persons is also given. Arranged by township.
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