335 W. Sixth St.
Street number prior to 1925: 909 Sixth

The first owners of this ca. 1890 Colonial Revival home were Henry Tennie and his wife Katie. The family still occupied the home in 1925.

Henry worked as an insurance agent until 1897 when he became a cigar maker. His wife Katie worked at millinery. The upstairs of the house was rented out to Edward J. Nichols who painted portraits. The Tennies has many renters over the years. Henry's brother Carl, founder of Tennie's Jewelry in Appleton, rented the upstairs of the home. Between 1951 and 1961 the lower part of the house was rented by James Bradley whose son John helped raise the flag on Iwo Jima.