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8064 Hwy. 57 and Marker image, Touch for more information
By William Fischer, Jr., October 6, 2015
8064 Hwy. 57 and Marker
Wisconsin (Door County), Baileys Harbor — 8064 Hwy. 57

Now known as the Hjertehjem Shop, Roger Eatough also built this original building, the south part, in 1885. The foundation of chipped stone is no longer visible. The original part was used as a drug store, furniture store, a mortuary, and the . . . — Map (db m89936) HM

Wisconsin (Door County), Baileys Harbor — 8068 Hwy. 57

Nathan Nichols (the north building) was formerly two buildings, now connected, that were built by Roger Eatough (owner of the Globe Hotel). The little house in the rear was built as a residence and was built in 1890. The building to the north . . . — Map (db m89938) HM

Wisconsin (Door County), Baileys Harbor — August Zahn Residence 1912

This property has been placed on the National Register of Historic Places by the United States Department of the Interior — Map (db m89940) HM

Wisconsin (Door County), Baileys Harbor — Baileys Harbor Lower Range Light
This lower rangelight and the upper rangelight residence, 950 feet inland, were built by the U.S. Lighthouse Service in 1869. The upper rangelight also served as the lighthouse keepers residence and is 15 feet taller than the lower tower. this . . . — Map (db m39252) HM
Wisconsin (Door County), Baileys Harbor — Baileys Harbor Town Marina
On the shores of beautiful Lake Michigan, Baileys Harbor was the first established village on the Door Peninsula. In 1848, Captain Justice Bailey was seeking refuge from a ferocious storm and came ashore in the sheltered harbor. Discovering abundant . . . — Map (db m74480) HM
Wisconsin (Door County), Baileys Harbor — Schooner Christina Nilsson Historic Shipwreck Wisconsin's Maritime Trails —
Type: wooden schooner Built: 1871, Hanson & Scove, Manitowoc, Wis. Sank: Oct. 24, 1884 Length: 139.4' Beam 26' Cargoes: pig iron Propulsion: sail, three-masted Depth of wreckage: 15' Listed on the National Register of . . . — Map (db m74261) HM
Wisconsin (Door County), Baileys Harbor — War Memorial
Dedicated to Those Who Served This Community in All Wars 1959 Baileys Harbor Lions Club — Map (db m75091) WM

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