Here’s a pre-Depression era photo of the Robert Lutz house in Oshkosh. The house was open for a tour this weekend, and you can check out what it’s like in this photo gallery.
Here’s the photo’s caption from the Oshkosh Public Museum:
Exterior view of the Robert Lutz House. The house was designed by William Waters and built by the C. R. Myer and Son Construction Company in 1910. Robert Lutz owned the Lutz Quarry and provided all the stones for the construction. The house (still standing) is located on the north-west corner at the intersection of Knapp and South Park. The rought iron fence around the house is still present.