Many years ago my son, then four years old and I drove from Waukesha to Oshkosh to keep an appointment I'd made with the archivist of the Oshkosh Public Museum to view the file on William Waters. Once there, Tommy occupied himself with some toys and I donned a pair of white cotton gloves and perused the contents of the Waters' file. Among the materials were some black, photo cover pages as if from a disassembled album. Most of the buildings pictured there were familiar to me but some were not. I arraigned with the archivist, Mr. Scott Cross for copies of the mystery buildings and since that time I've searched for their identity, with some success. Recently I conducted an online search and was directed to The Old Third Ward Association, in Appleton. There were pictured there, many houses designed by architect Waters familiar to me but one address was not. I closely examined the image and read the paragraph about the house. I recognized it as one the last buildings I had yet to identify.