Waseca History
Oral History Monday Study Club Tour of Historical Waseca April 1990. Presenters: Allen Wolf, John Sommers, Bruce McKay. Audio file can be played from the Waseca County Historical website. Subject: Allan Wolf House; Central School; Congregational Church; Lewer House; Roessler House; WCHS - Methodist Church; Cummings House; St. John Lutheran Church; St. Paul Lutheran Church; Dr. Swartwood House; Odd Fellows Hall; Trowbridge House; Koerbitz Bakery; Courthouse; Security Building; Sheriff's Office; Priest House Hotel; D.E. Priest; Christian Assembly; Kelley Garage; EACO Mill; EACO Offices; Railroad; Round House; Loon Lake; Clear Lake; Loon Lake Island; Sacred Heart Church; Dr. Swartwood Mill, cereal mill with a restaurant inside mill; Birds Eye; Elks Park; Exercise Trail with stations; College Parkway and College Drive; E.F. Johnson Company; Priebe Company; First National Bank; Industrial Park Area; George Herter plant and store; Winegar Plant; Clear Lake City area; Waverly Hotel; Johnson House; Krassin House; Gus Sommers House; Depot with restaurant; Armstrong Building; Southern Minnesota Grocery; Smith Hotel and Restaurant; Lewer Garage; Wolf and Habein; Didra Drug; Guyer Clothing; Brozik Meat Market; Grocery Stores; Creamery, butter and milk; Grace Lutheran Church; Smith Bottling Company; Bottling Works; Roessler Feed Mill; Wills Wholesale; Johnston House - Johnston Ice Company, Clear Lake Ice; Ed Herter House; Summerstad House; Charlie Norton's Dad's House; Ward House; Aughenbaugh House; Guy Everett House; Leuthold House; W.J. Armstrong House; W.R. Brown House; McIntire House; Dr. Delaney; Fred Day Houses; Charlie Watson House; Priebe House; Marvin Johnson House; Moonan House; Sotebeer House; Ed Everett House and Estate; Lundholm House; Peterson House; Rethwill House; Lindahl House; Charlie Smith House; Waseca Brewery; Hartley Addition; Clear Lake Park; Church Parsonage; Fairgrounds; Ball Park built by PWA; Koechel House; Moonan House; Bullard House, last hitching post; Loon Lake Bridge; Gallagher House; Trowbridge Park; Wards Theater; Oak Grove School; First Electric House.