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Description: Elevated stereoview looking over the city of Milwaukee. In the background is a church, and factory buildings with smoke flowing out of the chimneys.
Description: Exterior view of the White Tower hamburger restaurant, with "1502" posted on the door. The White Tower restaurants were founded by John and Thomas Saxe in...
Description: View over back of chair towards Vel Phillips sitting at a table talking with an unidentified man on her right. In the background, sitting on the other side...
Description: A cow standing on a platform is used to demonstrate a McCormick-Deering milker in the International Harvester tent at the Wisconsin State Fair. A display...
Date: 1925 ca.
Description: The bartender Art Gerth stands behind the bar of a tavern located at the corner of Twelfth and Chambers. A glass of beer stands on the bar. Behind the bar...
Date: 1910 ca.
Description: Mother and children on front porch. Identified as Fred Taylor in the baby carriage, Ellen Taylor Higgins, Alma Reinhardt Taylor, and Donna Taylor Adams.
Date: 1891 before
Description: Stereoview of the home of Charles Ray, 88 Prospect Street.
Description: Exterior stereoview through an archway of a residence on Prospect Avenue.
Description: Bird's-eye view of Milwaukee in 1853 details building features and city layout from southwest. Important buildings are numbered in a silhouette drawing bel...
Description: Female cast members of the play How the Story Grew performed during the Milwaukee Turners Winterfest.
An intimate look at family, architecture, interiors and fashion in Victorian Wisconsin between 1885 and 1900
Date: 1880 ca.
Description: A composite drawing, including photographic portraits, depicting "Doc" Aubrey, newsboy of the Iron Brigade, delivering papers to the camp where other membe...
Description: Three-quarter length seated studio portrait of E.B. Garton, Milwaukee manufacturer.
Date: 1901 before
Description: Elevated view, looking northwest from the Fourth District Schoolhouse. The foreground is dominated by two large churches.
Description: Norman Ebron Band, members of American Federation of Musicians, segregated Local 587, play stand-up bass, coronet, clarinet and piano in front of a white a...
Description: A man from the Material Transit Company drives an International D-50 dump truck to unload what appears to be gravel or rocks. There are houses on a hill in...
Description: Home of John Johnston (1836-1904), a successful Milwaukee banker, at 645 Franklin Place, also know as "The Lion House." Home is set back from the road, wit...
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: Taylor is relaxing, smoking his pipe and reading his paper in front of an open heater. A kerchief is covering his head. Smoke is around the light in the...
Description: A mother poses with her seven children in the living room of their home.
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