Fredrickson's Minnow Stand

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    Fredrickson's Minnow Stand was a fixture in Star Lake from 1935 until almost the turn of the century. It was operated first by Fred Fredrickson and his wife Mary, and by their daughters, Hazel and Edith, following their deaths. Their story was told in a wondeful article in Wisconsin Trails [Link] and in an article in the Sayner-Star Lake Chamber of Commerce Tourist Brochure for 1982, titled Fredrickson's Minnow Stand--the full text may be found by viewing that title at the Documents Tab above.

    Charles P. Forbes
    July 1, 2008
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    Comprehensive References

    Harvey, Jo Anne, Minnow Stand, Wisconsin Trails, Vol. 27, #2, Summer, 1980, pp. 16-17`, Middleton, WI, 1980. View Full Entry

    Major References

    Harvey, Jo Anne, Minnow Stand, The, Wisconsin Trails, V.21 #2 Summer 1980 p.16, Middleton, WI, 1980. View Full Entry
    Hintz, Martin, Backroads of Wisconsin, A Pictorial Discorvery Guide, Stillwater, MN, 2002. View Full Entry
    Laabs, Joyce, Collection of Northwoods Nostalgia, A, From the Pages of the Lakeland Times, Vol. 1 (of 2), Sun Prairie, WI, 1978. View Full Entry
    McCann, Dennis, Items Under Old Business Getting a New Agency [Friends of the Fredricksons], JSOnline, Aug. 27, 2002., Milwaukee, 2002. View Full Entry
    Schmidt, Floyd, Switch Lamps in the Pines, Eagle River, 2009. View Full Entry

    Minor References

    Wisconsin Magazine Features Fredrickson's Minnow Stand, Vacation Week, July 9, 1980, p. 6-7, Eagle River, 1980. View Full Entry
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