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Date: 1910-08-31 ca.
Description: Looking northwest on Fond du Lac Avenue from W. Walnut Street. Building with awning that says "1220 Zautcke Bros." Streetcars, pedestrians and horse-drawn...
Date: 1913-09-25 ca.
Description: Looking south on N. 3rd Street from just north of W. North Avenue. On the right is the future Rosenberg's clothing store. Automobiles are parked at the cur...
Date: 2009 ca.
Description: Close-up of seats in Pabst Theater.
Description: Formerly the Richter, Schubert and Dick office building. Seven-story building with a rounded corner next to the alleyway. The word Merrill is above one e...
Date: 1905-06-08 ca.
Description: The Daily News and Henry Reimer's Photo Materials store, located on the west side of North Plankinton Avenue, between West Wisconsin Avenue and West Wells...
Description: A man unloads buckets of paint from the back of an International D-30 truck owned by Pittsburgh Paint Products.
Description: Looking southeast on Winnebago Street, and east on W. Vilet Street from N. 11th Street. Stumpf and Langhoff Co. clothing store from the corner of Winnebago...
Description: Two young women look at a display case containing items from the French Gratitude Train on exhibit in the Milwaukee Public Library.
Description: The Kunzelmann-Esser Furniture Co. building at S. 9th and W. Mitchell Streets.
Date: 1915 ca.
Description: The northeast corner of the Cawker Building at W. Wells Street and N. Plankinton Avenue.
Date: 1910 ca.
Description: Several pedestrians cross a city street on a rainy day.
Date: 1890 before
Description: Stereograph; caption on the image is incorrect as to the street locations. Actually located at the intersection of North Water Street and East Wisconsin A...
Date: 1905 ca.
Description: A police officer stands in the middle of the street with street railroad tracks in the pavement as pedestrians cross. In the background is the downtown tic...
Date: date unknown
Description: Elevated view over bridge and river looking up Grand Avenue. Pedestrians, horse-drawn vehicles and a street car are in the foreground.
Description: Tables are set up at City Hall basement lobby as a venue for public access to the polio vaccine.
Description: Looking south on N. 3rd Street from W. North Avenue. Bauch goods and other unidentified businesses visible on 3rd Street. There are automobiles and streetc...
Date: 1886 before
Description: Stereograph. Located on Oneida Street, the opera house is three stories tall, and located across the street from a pharmacy (the Rx sign is hanging above t...
Description: Elevated view of Kleinstueber's Machine Shop, where Christopher Latham Sholes perfected his typewriter. The sign on the top of the building reads: "Brass F...
Description: Exterior view of a pharmacy advertising "Low Cost Drugs." The building also has a painted advertisement for Pabst Blue Ribbon beer.
Date: 1914-05-13 ca.
Description: The Milwaukee Journal building at N. 4th Street, north of W. Wisconsin Avenue.
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