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Description: Janine Dagons resting her chin on a table with an origami peace crane sitting in front of her.
Date: 1898 ca.
Description: Full-length portrait of twins Emma (1893-1974) and Marge (1893-1973) Willms of Milwaukee, Wisconsin standing in front of a painted backdrop. They are weari...
Description: Elderly woman takes a break from a curling. She is a member of the "curling Scots" who toured the United States in 1963.
Jim Widmer's "Spirit of Rural Wisconsin," Part II
Date: 1885 ca.
Description: A Christmas tree stand made by Gustav Willms (c. 1854-1917), a cigarmaker, of Milwaukee, Wisconsin. It is probably made of cigar boxes.
Written on back...
Description: Quarter-length studio portrait of Rudolph Hokanson, Milwaukee automobile distributor.
Description: Bronzeville Bombers just after coming through with a score of 2690, putting them in tenth place in the state CIO tournament on April 5. The five men are a...
Date: date unknown
Description: Interior view of Soldiers Home dining room with tables set with dishes.
Description: Vignetted carte-de-visite portrait of Professor Davenport Fisher (1832-1911), Milwaukee chemist. After earning his Ph.D. in Chemistry from Heidelberg Unive...
Description: Lloyd Barbee, NAACP state president, walking out of a Milwaukee Public School Board meeting when Chairman Harold W. Story refused to allow the participatio...
Description: Diesel engine assembly line at Milwaukee Works. The factory was owned by the Milwaukee Harvester Company until 1902.
Description: Quarter-length portrait of William H. Upham, Wisconsin's 18th governor. He is wearing a suit, necktie and tie pin.
Description: Quarter-length studio portrait of Arthur Tenney Holbrook, Milwaukee physician.
Description: Bloch as a monster character, possibly for use in Brutal magazine or the scrapbooks. Taken at the Brady Street Lab. Gauer--this might just be a file...
Description: Pawling & Harnischfeger type "AN" crane with a type "A" trolley and a standard hook at Holthoff Machinery Co., Power & Mining Machine Co. There is a man in...
Description: William F. Trinke, Lake Geneva, campaigning for the post of Lt. Governor of Wisconsin at the Republican State Convention.
Description: Women casting ballots at the Lithographers' Local #7 Strike vote. The ballot box is on a stage at the front of a large crowded room.
Description: A worker welds together sections of a press slide that was later purchased by Federal Engineering and used by the automotive industry.
Description: Quarter-length portrait of Frederick Layton in middle age.
Description: Factory workers and parts at Milwaukee Works.
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