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Date: 1894 after
Description: Also the Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance Company building. Large building on the corner of National Avenue, with a sign for the National Exchange Bank p...
Date: 1910 ca.
Description: View from dirt road, with buildings grouped on the left, with mailboxes, trees and a fence lining the road on the right. Horse-drawn carts are on the road,...
Date: 1905 after
Description: South entrance; a car with two people is crossing the bridge. Stone lions flank the bridge on each corner. A lighthouse is in the background.
Description: The postcard caption is in error in its reference to Lake Park, which is distantly located from this street. Possibly Highland Park was intended. A secon...
Date: 1913-09-14 ca.
Description: Looking northwest from the roof of Northwestern Mutual home office at E. Wisconsin Avenue and N. Van Buren Street toward City Hall, Milwaukee courthouse an...
Date: date unknown
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: The entrance on the left has a small domed tower. On the right is a chimney.
Date: 1914-10-20 ca.
Description: The Manhattan Building (tallest structure) on North 2nd Street between West Michigan Street and West Wisconsin Avenue.
Description: Light factory district. The street is 44 feet between curbs, with vitrified brick pavement. Telephone poles line the road.
Description: The Railroad YMCA building at S. 3rd and W. Florida Streets.
Description: Street cars and busy pedestrian traffic mingle in this view of the 200 West Water Street block in downtown Milwaukee.
Date: 1915 ca.
Description: East Wisconsin Avenue looking west down W. Wisconsin Avenue from Jackson Street. The round turret on the left is on the Federal Building with the Pfister H...
Date: 1910-05-10 ca.
Description: The Voss Building on N. Water Street between E. Juneau Avenue and E. Highland Avenue. J.C. Grosch Horse Shoer is to the left. There is a horse-drawn vehicl...
Description: Elevated view of building facade has a light-colored wall pierced with holes, designed by Maynard Meyer, architect. On the right is a restaurant, the Bosto...
Date: 1871 before
Description: The building has a fence around it and the yard is filled with trees. Pedestrians are in the road, as well as a man riding a horse.
Description: Elevated view of Mitchell Bank and Chamber of Commerce.
Description: Herold Newspaper building and surrounding commercial area at the southwest corner of Broadway and Mason Street. Pedestrains cross the street and horse-draw...
Date: 1908 ca.
Description: A dirt drive in the park, in between some hills, with a bridge leading to a building on the right. Next to the path are a stack of pipes, and remnants of...
Date: 1876 before
Description: Stereograph of a view over rooftops of a neighborhood near Lake Michigan. Shoreline can be seen in the background.
Description: The Milwaukee Sentinel Semi-Centennial Souvenir. City Hall and street in front with horse-drawn carriages and pedestrians.
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