Our fountain was once a part of a much larger water display that was in front of the NEPCO main offices in Port Edwards. The Ornament from 1872 was originally attached at the peak of the roof of the first main office building.
The train is on display in our backyard. The plaque to the right of the train image explains the connection between the train and the Alexander House.
This is a portrait of L.M. Alexander, early pioneer in the local paper industry. The clock was used at the local mill to "clock in" with a punch card. The model lumber raft depicts the means by which lumber was shipped to market.
The display case holds artifacts used to advertise the Nekoosa Edwards Paper Company line of products. These and many other displays are available for your viewing and enjoyment at the Alexander House.