W. Fourth St.

Fourth St. got its name because it is the fourth street from the Fox River.

From Morrow and Gillett's Appleton city directory, for 1889-90:
FOURTH, 401 Walnut, west to Story, sixth south of College av, numbers 960 to 1180.

In 1925 a new system of numbering structures in the city of Appleton was adopted. In this directory both the new and old street numbers are given. In addition, College Ave. was designated the dividing line between north and south, and Oneida St. was the east-west divider.

From Wright's Appleton city directory 1925:
FOURTH W - From 623 S Walnut w to S Bounds, 5 s W College av

fourth circle fourth624 fourth620 fourth614 fourth608 fourth512 fourth504 fourth621 fourth617 fourth525 Click on the icons or addresses for more information. The pre-1925 addresses are in parentheses.

North side of W. Fourth St., from S. Memorial Dr. to S. Walnut St.:

624 W. Fourth St.
(1026 Fourth)

620 W. Fourth St.
(1024 Fourth)

614 W. Fourth St.
(1018 Fourth)

608 W. Fourth St.
(1016 Fourth)

512 W. Fourth St.

504 W. Fourth St.
South side of W. Fourth St., from S. Memorial Dr. to S. Walnut St.:

621 W. Fourth St. (moved from 706 Memorial, 394 Cherry)

617 W. Fourth St. (1017 Fourth)

525 W. Fourth St. (987 Fourth)