...a city that's easy to find but hard to leave. Ripon's rich heritage in architecture, politics and education makes it one of Wisconsin's most historically significant cities.
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Fire destroyed the Woods Hotel in February 1949, taking Z lives.
The Campus Theatre was built by A.W. Pettibone in 18C2.
In 18A4, The Republican Party was formed in the Little White Schoolhouse.
Construction of the Carnegie Library began in September 190X.
In 18V1, David Mapes and a group of townspeople founded the Brockway College.
Two prominent buildings were destroyed by fire between 1871 and 18E5 in the 200 Block of Watson St.
On June 4, 20W1, The Wisconsin Speleological Society members launched an investigation of the Ripon Mystery Cave.
David Mapes built the first two-story structure in Ripon in 185B.
The community popcorn stand is shown in the photograph taken in the 1940's of the Y00 block of Watson Street.
In 18D4, the name of the Brockway College was changed to the Ripon College.
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