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Marathon City Brewing Co.

Early view of brewery from 8 scene Marathon, Wis. postcard.
This brewery burned down in 1912.

Picture above is from a 1914 Post card showing the new brick buildings.

 

Picture above is from a 1949 Post card showing the brick buildings in the early 1940's.

 

Picture above is from a 1947 photo showing the new Reo Trucks.

 

Close-up of picture above showing from left to right:  John Deininger, Philip Ritger, Jr.,  Ervin Leiterman, Victor Krolikowski,
Roland Hall, Harvey Franke, Earl Flagel, Dick Hall, Arvin Buchberger, Richard Streveler, Joe M. Seliger.

 

Close-up of picture above showing from left to right:  Clarence Wenzel "Schrage", Philip Lang, Ray Wilger,
Myron Cramer, Lavern Franke, Joe Butalla, Harry Bier, Bernard Kiepke, John Mateofsky.

 

Graebel Produce, Wausau Wisconsin distributor of Tannenbaum Beer in 1933.
Beer truck on right with wooden barrels on top.

 

Marathon Brewery Tannenbaum Beer Hockey team from the 1940's.
If you can identify these guys, let me know.

Beer wagon used at the fair in Marathon Park in Wausau and used in parades.

 

Marathon Brewery Wee Willy Basketball Team.
Left to Right: First Row - Joe, Wally, Alex and Frank Szymanski.
2nd Row: Ray Szymanski, Ed Szymanski, Larence Wenzel, Bob Uekert, Bill Fischer.

The team won more than 500 games while losing 50 during the 1940's and 1950's.

Marathon Brewery Bowling team - probably from the 1950's.
From left to right, Joe Butala, Roger Hall, Ray Wilger, Roland Hall, Rudy Karlan

Victor Krolikowski and daughter, Nancy circa 1949.
 

Elaine, Nancy & Peter Krolikowski at the Marathon City Brewery, Wausau warehouse,
214 Alexander Street, circa 1949.
 

Cynthia and Nancy Krolikowski at the Marathon City Brewery, Wausau warehouse,
214 Alexander Street, circa 1949.

Victor Robert (Bob) Krolikowski at the Marathon City Brewery, Wausau warehouse,
214 Alexander Street, circa 1949.

Marathon Brrewery covered wagon in Parade, could be Athens or Marathon City, circa 1950's.

Marathon Tanenbaum Beer, Graebel Produce Float, circa 1930's
Probably from Marathon Park in Wausau, Wisconsin.

B. Welch Saloon, Rib Falls, Wis. showing an old Marathon Imperial sign on the right.

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