By Paul Schmitt
The Sturgeon Bay Historical Society announced this week that Nicole Teweles, 91, and her daughter Tracy, will be coming to Sturgeon Bay to share the history of the granary in June. Their family built the Teweles & Brandeis grain elevator that dates back to 1901 and was recently relocated. Christie Weber, president of the Sturgeon Bay Historical Society says it will be a special presentation on June 27.
Weber says details are still being worked out for a location and time of the granary presentation. The Sturgeon Bay Historical Society was instrumental in saving the historic building and moving it to its current location on Sturgeon Bay’s east side waterfront on South 1st Avenue.