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Description: The intersection of Green Bay and Cedarburg roads taken for Wisconsin Highway Department.
Description: An ad featuring Wauwatosa, showing the First Baptist Church built in 1854 and the First Congregational Church built in 1853.
Description: Center of a panorama view of a full parking lot with the grandstand in the background.
Date: 1915 ca.
Description: The Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Paul railroad depot.
Description: Color bird's-eye map of Wauwatosa, looking east toward Milwaukee and Lake Michigan. Predominantly green with cream colored roadways, with six land plots ow...
Description: This map of Wauwatosa shows 10 zoning class types of land including residential, manufacturing, and business. The map also shows government buildings, some...
Description: Right side of a panorama view of a full parking lot with houses and electrical towers in the background.
Description: View across railroads tracks towards the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railroad station. A number of children and adults are standing around the station. S...
Description: This is a zoning map of Wauwatosa with a key of districts including agricultural, resident, business, commercial, and industrial. The map features labeled...
Description: A five-story tall inflatable gorilla attracted potential buyers to a special sale at the Uptown Lincoln-Mercury dealership in Wauwatosa. Although the pres...
Description: The Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Paul railway depot. A number of pedestrians are waiting for the train.
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