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Date: 1918-09-14 before
Description: Menu printed on silk for a dinner for the descendants of Solomon Juneau at Republican House, with a blue, white, and red striped banner with the seal of th...
Date: 1910 ca.
Description: Concrete footbridge. A building with a red roof is on the far right. Beyond the bridge is the lake. The rest of the image is filled with vegetation.
Description: A 1915 Packard Truck owned by the Simmons Manufacturing Company. The body was produced by the W.S. Seaman Company.
Date: 1917 ca.
Description: Looking down Grand Avenue to the east. The road is lined with automobiles, and cable car tracks are on the snow-covered street. A sign for Gimbel's is on t...
Description: Quarter-length studio portrait of George D. Mansfield, Milwaukee company president.
Description: Quarter-length studio portrait of H.C. Prange, Milwaukee merchant.
Description: Photographic postcard showing the stick control assembly for the Lawson Military Tractor 2 (M.T.2), attached to the floor board of the plane.
Date: 1918-05-08 ca.
Description: The southeast corner of West Wisconsin Avenue and North 3rd Street. The Majestic Building is in the center while the Schlitz Hotel is on the left.
Description: President Theodore Roosevelt leaving the Chicago and North Western depot after arriving in Milwaukee on his 1912 visit, during which he was shot and wounde...
Description: Waist-up seated portrait of J.E. Hamilton, Two Rivers manufacturer.
Description: Quarter-length studio portrait of Charles R. Manville, Milwaukee company vice-president.
Date: 1911 ca.
Description: Interior elevated view of an Allis Chalmers factory. Men are posing on the factory floor.
Date: 1914-07-19 ca.
Description: Individuals boating in the Kosciusko Park lagoon with onlookers sitting on the bank. Caption on glass plate reads, "Boating, Kosciusko Park".
Description: Color postcard of the New Auditorium. Road in front has three cars, several horse-drawn carriages, and several people.
Date: 1915 ca.
Description: Road curving under bridge, bordered by trees and shrubs.
Date: 1914-05-23 ca.
Description: Looking north on N. Water Street from W. St. Paul Avenue. City Hall is visible in the left background.
Description: Quarter-length portrait of Edward E. Browne, Waupaca lawyer.
Description: View on Lower Broadway. A long red building is in the left foreground angling to the right. A road runs alongside buildings with many horse-drawn vehicles...
Description: Exterior of classical-style building. Facade has fluted columns, decorated capitals, ornate railings, and a wide stairway leading to the entrance.
Description: A Packard 2-ton truck owned by the Chain Belt Company. Its body was produced by the W.S. Seaman Company.
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