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Description: Slewing drive that was purchased by the Dravo Corporation. Original Falk caption reads, "Slewing Drive-2 parts-(1) 19 feet 5 inches O.D. x 6 1/2 inch wide...
Date: 1910 ca.
Description: A farmer operates a horse-drawn Milwaukee grain binder in a field.
Date: 1905-06-08 ca.
Description: Milwaukee Free Press building at E. Wisconsin Avenue and N. Broadway (built as Northwestern Mutual's home office in 1870).
Date: 1915 ca.
Description: A small group of fire fighters fight an unseen fire with three fire hoses. Smoke obscures the fire, and on the right, a fire engine has smoke billowing fr...
Description: This product was purchased by the Kennedy Van Saun Corporation and used by Gresic Cemenent of Indonesia. Original Falk caption reads, "Design HP- 3150, ser...
Description: Original caption reads: "Model G, two-ton capacity, owned and operated by the International Harvester Corporation, Milwaukee, Wis, for cartage purposes, an...
Description: A male employee oversees the testing of a Lewellen Commercial Variator in the test lab at Falk.
Description: "Beatle" Bob Barry, disc jockey for Milwaukee radio station WOKY, posed for a photograph with (Sir) Paul McCartney. At the bottom is a brass plate that rea...
Description: This product was purchased by Allis Chalmers and used by Kennecott Copper. Falk caption reads, "5CB3-10 BS speed reducer, ratio 7.394:1 with rifle drilled...
Description: Fire fighters on ground lifting people out of a building.
Description: A corner store with a large electric sign on top. Men are on the sidewalk in front of the store, and a horse-drawn vehicle and bicycles are on the right.
Description: Head and shoulders studio portrait of James G. Jenkins, Milwaukee judge.
Description: Police arresting an Allis-Chalmers striker.
Date: 1911 before
Description: The Milwaukee Journal car on the side of the road in the countryside. The two women are sitting in the car, and two men are sitting on the side and front...
Description: Warehouse in Milwaukee's historic Third Ward transformed for its appearance in a made-for-TV movie as the Biograph Theatre in Chicago, where John Dillinger...
Date: 1963-05-24 before
Description: Head shot of Milwaukee Braves catcher, Del Crandall. This image was taken during Crandall's final year playing for the Braves. One of the best defensive...
Date: 1943 ca.
Description: House built by Benjamin Church in 1844. Restored, it stands in Estabrook Park. Two men near front porch, from left to right: Frederic Heath, President of...
Description: Theodore A. Lutzen, a Falk employee, guides a pipe cap as it is being lowered. This unit was purchased by Vulcan Iron Works. Original Falk caption reads, "...
Description: A banker pours 12,320 pennies into a change maker. The man had saved the coins for over four years.
Date: 1924-05-14 ca.
Description: Merchant's and Manufacturer's Bank Building on the east side of N. Plankinton Avenue between W. Wisconsin Avenue and W. Wells Street. The Empire Theater is...
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