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Description: View of car #466, which was then one of Milwaukee's newest streetcars. The car was put in service by TMERL about 1905 and was rebuilt as a duplex car in 1...
Date: 1907 ca.
Description: A worker lifting a stationary gas engine frame with an overhead crane at International Harvester's Milwaukee Works. The factory was owned by the Milwaukee...
Description: A TMERL streetcar on the Delaware and Oakland line advertising special 1905 rates (25 for a dollar or 6 for 25 cents) and universal transfers.
Description: Dilapidated Milwaukee house.
Description: Baptismal font created by Mrs. S. S. Frackleton, noted ceramic artist.
Date: 1906 ca.
Description: Informal portrait of Katherine Morrissey Dodge Cook seated at a desk in front of a classroom full of students.
Date: 1901 before
Description: Elevated view southeast from Marquette College. Homes along street in the foreground with a horse-drawn carriage. Church steeples can be seen in the dista...
Date: 1902-05-25 ca.
Description: Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance Building and surrounding commercial area on the northwest corner of Broadway and E. Michigan Street. Caption on glass pl...
Description: Employees working on stationary engines at International Harvester's Milwaukee Works. The factory was owned by the Milwaukee Harvester Company until 1902.
Date: 1900 ca.
Description: A pioneer Scandinavian immigrant hotel on Clinton Street, south side, built before the Civil War. Posters are a board on the left side of the house, and a...
Date: 1905 after
Description: Women placing floral garlands on a monument to Johann Wolfgang von Goethe and Friedrich von Schiller. The women are wearing decorative hats.
Date: 1903 ca.
Description: View of the Fourth Ward Park. Several men sit on a bench, while numerous houses and a factory are visible in the background.
Description: The Pabst Whitefish Bay Resort.
Description: Elevated view looking northwest from Division Street and East Water Street. Rooftop of building in foreground has laundry hanging from a line. In the back...
Date: 1905 ca.
Description: J. Robert Taylor and his wife, Alma Reinhardt Taylor, sit for a portrait on a park bench.
Description: Wisconsin Street, looking west from the Post Office. Includes the Pabst Building, the Wells Building and the Pfister Hotel.
Date: 1902 ca.
Description: The Pabst Park beer garden and Park Bar at N. 3rd Street and W. Garfield Avenue (later renamed Garfield and Rose Park).
Description: Streetcars are lined up in front of the buildings on the right. On the left people are walking down the sidewalk. A poster hangs from the front of the trol...
Description: View from the street of a billboard wall along a sidewalk, advertising Lincoln J. Carter's melodrama play, "Chattanooga." It is playing one night, January...
Description: Aunt Helen and Will shaking hands in a clearing near the edge of a small lake at the Garden Place.
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