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Date: 1907 ca.
Description: Men working on cream separators at International Harvester's Milwaukee Works. The factory was owned by the Milwaukee Harvester Company until 1902.
Description: This map shows ward numbers, streets, railroads, electric car lines, parks, steam railways, section numbers, Lake Michigan and one mile concentric circles...
Description: View of downtown Waukesha at Five Points.
Description: The Holy Family Hospital.
Date: 1907-09-07 before
Description: Dinner menu from the maiden voyage of the R.M.S. Lusitania from Liverpool to New York, with a flag with a lion rampant in a decorative cartouche and...
Description: The first map shows the area from Milwaukee north to Green Bay and west to Columbus; the second map displays the area between Chicago and Milwaukee and wes...
Description: This color lithograph poster has a central circular image of a trombone player and a flute player which is surrounded by scenes with other musicians playin...
Description: Photographic postcard of twelve workers wearing hats posing on top of the Dells Dam on the Wolf River. Water can be seen flowing through the dam at the bot...
Description: Bird'seye view of Fairchild.
Description: Interior of the Fred Schenk grocery store on the corner of Atwood Avenue and Winnebago Street. Included in the photograph are Art Ramsey, Matilda Schenk, a...
Description: Richard (right) and Otto Lindner pose together, wearing derby hats.
Description: Large steam engines inside International Harvester's Milwaukee Works. The factory was owned by the Milwaukee Harvester Company until 1902.
Description: The Yahara River Parkway, with the old Lapham School at 1436 East Dayton Street at North Thornton visible on the righthand side.
Description: Panoramic view looking down Main Street, with horses and carriages parked outside the storefronts on the street.
Description: View up dirt road or track of exterior of two-story L-shaped frame house with a fence along the front. The right end of the house has a roof suspended over...
Description: Oneida members of the Grand Army of the Republic. The Parish Hall is in the background.
Description: Exterior view of City Hall on Mifflin Street, as depicted on a postcard with the writing "How's Pete?".
Description: The court house in La Crosse.
Description: Elevated view of the west end of Fairchild.
Description: Factory workers at International Harvester's Plano Works. The factory was later known as the "West Pullman Works."
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