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Description: View from track of a crowd of men, women, and children in front of and behind a fence at a sporting event. On the left, a man who is possibly a police offi...
Description: The Ladies Auxiliary of the Milwaukee Turners posing indoors. They are wearing dresses. An American flag hangs behind them.
Description: A row of eight woman wearing white dresses and standing outdoors. They appear to be playing a game involving holding a string in their mouth with a weight...
Description: Costume party portrait of Angie Vail (nee Sianjn), taken in Harold Gauer's Brady Street apartment. On the wall a small American flag is propped on the apar...
Description: Interior view of the saloon owned by Rudolph Steinbacher at 16th and St. Paul Avenue. The photograph shows the large mural behind the bar and five people....
Description: Letterhead of the Milwaukee Lithographing Company, with a woman in classical dress holding a document in her lap and sitting amidst grass and flowers, a ri...
Description: A man and a woman administer immunization shots to a line of children.
Description: Cover of an advertising catalog for the Milwaukee Harvester Company featuring a color chromolithograph illustration of a Milwaukee grain binder and a young...
Description: Portrait of Elizabeth Hayman Layton reading a book. She was the sister of Joel Hayman, and the wife of Frederick Layton, who she married in 1851. Elizabeth...
Description: The "Milwaukee Journal's" holiday card with a scene of two women in front of a town scene done in the Old English style. A man inside of a shop door is tip...
Description: A hairstylist applies haircolor to a woman's hair.
Date: 1919 ca.
Description: Interior of the Milwaukee office of the Wisconsin State Employment Service, with applicants for work.
Description: Engraving of Dr. Laura Ross Wolcott, the first president of the Woman Suffrage Movement in Milwaukee.
Description: Conference room at the United Auto workers (UAW) farm implement conference. Attendees sit at banquet tables and stand along the walls in the crowded room.
Date: 1964 ca.
Description: A woman and child carry CORE picket signs protesting school segregation.
Description: Formal portrait of Angie Vail (nee Siajn), taken by Harold Gauer in his Brady Street apartment. On the wall a small American flag is propped on the apartme...
Description: "Picnicking in Mitchell Park provided a pleasant afternoon recently for these senior citizens who participated in the Milwaukee County Park Commission's pr...
Description: A group of motorcyclists, both male and female, are lined up in front of a sidewalk with a group of people standing behind them in front of an awning for a...
Description: Possibly Lee Wong, Norman Gauer's (brother of Harold Gauer) "exotic oriental" dancer wife. Photographed in the Brady street "Lab."
Description: A few pieces of "Ike" jewelry were modeled by Mrs. Russell Buck, Jr., of Fox Point. She worked at the headquarters of the Wisconsin Citizens for Eisenhower...
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