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Description: Ed Westrick, the president of Genesse Trailmakers Club, and his family pose on their snowmobiles on a lawn.
Date: 1945 ca.
Description: A demonstration of parachute handling for members of a local YMCA by the Waukesha Aviation Club. The club considered such educational activities for young...
Description: Tourists visit the historic Seven-Mile Inn at Old World Wisconsin transformed for its role as the Daleyville Bank in the ABC made-for-TV movie "Dillinger".
Date: date unknown
Description: Masonic Temple, with American flag flying in yard.
Description: View of the Mayor's summer home as seen from across Pine Lake. Children and adults stand in front of the two story dwelling. To the building's right, sta...
Description: Mr. and Mrs. Charles D. Stewart standing on the porch of their home. The dwelling and porch railing are built of stone and mortar.
Description: Fred Esser stands in a hat and sweater in front of wooden doors. Mr. Esser owned a McCormick-Deering 6 can cooler.
Description: Crew of the made-for-TV movie "Dillinger," which was shot on location at Old World Wisconsin. Here the crew has transformed the historic Seven Mile Inn fo...
Description: The "Pawnee Bill" circus wagon passes Notbohms furniture store and funeral home along a commercial street as a child looks on from the foreground. Multiple...
Description: Robert Hulburt, age 11 and a student at Hillcrest School, District No. 6, Towns of Waukesha, Pewaukee, Brookield and New Berlin, poses with his heifer in a...
Description: A barnstorming pilot and curious onlookers at a field on the outskirts of Waukesha that served as a primitive airport. Technically, the term barnstorming s...
Date: 1920 ca.
Description: Front view of Hawks Tavern, with a person sitting on the porch. There is also a second floor porch. Posters are posted on a pole in front of the building.
Description: Steam locomotive No. 1385 moves along the tracks as part of the Butler Railroad Days.
Description: Located at 252-256 West Capitol Drive, this Tudor Revival-style structure was built as a residence in the early 1920s and was altered a few years later by...
Description: General William Mitchell, with his personal airplane and Milwaukee airport manager Giles Meisenheimer at Butler Field, the first Milwaukee County airport....
Description: A woman and three children watch from the sidewalk as a parade of circus wagons carried on the beds of International trucks proceeds down a commercial stre...
Description: Stockman Inn, built in 1837 by Charles B. Stockman.
Description: Alfred Lunt and Lynn Fontanne having a picnic while leaning against a stack of cut grain in a field at Ten Chimneys.
Description: A man loads cement into the back of an International Model A-5 truck. The automobile is marked on the driver's side door with the words "Cayll & Barrett Qu...
Description: Exterior of Cistercian Monastery.
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