916 Chicago St.

Farmer’s House Hotel – circa 1900. Photo used by permission of Herald Times Reporter/Gannett.com

Teteak Bros. Tavern – Thursday, April 6, 1933 – ad. This ad appeared the night before the repeal of the law making it legal to drink 3.2% beer and light wine. Image used by permission of Herald Times Reporter/Gannett.com

Teteak Bros. – circa 1915. Tile steps of the outside entrance. Photo taken in 2010.

Marek’s Tavern – Friday, June 30, 1933. Ad used by permission of Herald Times/Gannett.com

Denk’s – 1950 Phone book ad.

Who’s Inn – 1975 – Wis. Arch. & Hist. Inventory – This image cannot be copied or reproduced without the written permission of the Wisconsin State Historical Society.

Who’s Inn – Friday, October 22, 1976 – ad. Image used by permission of Herald Times Reporter/Gannett.com

Whoo’s Inn – Friday, December 15, 1978 – ad. Image used by permission of Herald Times Reporter/Gannett.com

Whoo’s Inn – circa late 1980’s-early 90’s – Ice scraper. Photo courtesy of Michael Novak.

Bar area – The bar as it appeared in Spring of 2010.

Bar area – The left side of the bar room as it appeared in Spring of 2010.

Johnny’s Juke Joint – 2008. Photo courtesy of Michael Novak.

Johnny’s Juke Joint Sign – The sign sits on the property next door, taken down after the tavern closed in 2008. Photo courtesy of Michael Novak.

916/918 Chicago St. – Thursday, January 13, 2011. Demolition well underway at this historic site – home to many taverns over the years. Photo courtesy of Michael Novak.

916/918 Chicago St. – Thursday, January 13, 2011. Building demolition – rear view. Photo courtesy of Michael Novak.

916/918 Chicago St. – January 26, 2011. Photo courtesy of Michael Novak.

916 Chicago site – November 2011. After the demolition this site is now reduced to a parking lot.