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Date: date unknown
Description: Men walking near the railroad Crossing Store. Above the store is a bridge providing a walkway over the railroad tracks.
Description: Salvator Moshe's daughters, Mathilde and Marcia.
Date: 1910 ca.
Description: Grand Avenue (now Wisconsin Avenue). Statue is in center foreground with trees around it, as well as a road and church to the left and other buildings to t...
Date: 1956 ca.
Description: Uniformed boys' bugle corps passing along a street in a parade. A group of people watch from the sidewalk across the street.
Description: Elevated view over bridge and river looking up Grand Avenue. Pedestrians, horse-drawn vehicles and a street car are in the foreground.
Date: 1937 after
Description: Exterior view of the 800 block of South Third Street, with three large houses lining the road.
Date: 1888 after
Description: View across street towards the facade of the original Layton Art Gallery building at 758 N. Jefferson Street. Two men stand at the top of the stairs betwee...
Date: 1935 before
Description: The Court of Honor, Wisconsin Avenue. The statue, "The Victorious Charge," is in the center, with a church behind. On the left are more buildings going int...
Description: Man unloading boxes of "Baby Ruth" and "Butterfinger" candy bars from an International D-2 truck outside the Monona Club. The truck was owned by the Suprem...
Date: 1940 ca.
Description: Six story building with three flag poles above the main entrance. Several people are on the sidewalk around the building and cars parked on the road.
Date: 1856 ca.
Description: A watercolor of the Catholic Cathedral in Milwaukee, with well-dressed pedestrians strolling on the street. Hölzlhuber was choirmaster here between 1856 an...
Description: Map created from original drawing and surveys taken by Silas Chapman. Bottom right corner features a reference key. There is a street guide on the left sid...
Description: An aerial view of downtown, including a baseball field is in the lower left near a train station.
Description: A group of children are holding up hand-made signs, demonstrating for "Snoopy for President." Snoopy is the dog belonging to Charlie Brown, a character in...
Description: Exterior of house at 525 Jefferson Street. The first bathtub in Milwaukee, made of tin, was put into this house. A man in a horse-drawn sled is parked in...
Description: View down East Water Street from Wisconsin Street.
Description: Three young men repair a bicycle.
Description: Elevated view from rooftops of what was known as Watertown Plank road, looking west from about North 35th Street. Several homes, and many open fields occup...
Description: Four men in a car with the number four on the front is driving down a dirt road surrounded by fields. Hay bales are in the field on the right.
Description: View from shoreline of a group of people standing on a pier. Three people are in a boat along the side of the pier, and another boat with a roof is on the...
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