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Description: Letterhead of the Badger State Tobacco Works of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, with a three-quarter view of the building, men working on boats moored near the water...
Date: 1914 before
Description: View of downtown Milwaukee riverbank before the First National Bank was built in 1914. Advertising painted on the sides of buildings includes B. Mock & So...
Description: Etching of the church through the park with a fountain on the left.
Description: Letterhead of the Milwaukee Willow Works, a manufacturer of children's carriages, willow ware, and toys, with a three-quarter view of the company building,...
Description: Exterior view of a boarded-up Amoco gas station at 6731 W. North Avenue.
Description: Interior, with main altar in the apse. Ornate interior, decorated with sculpture and painting.
Date: 1910 ca.
Description: A clock is in the taller corner belfry. A rose window is on the front facade.
Description: A United Public Workers parade/demonstration from an adjacent sidewalk. The line of participants including a horse-drawn wagon stretches into the distance....
Description: View of the Chapel of the Woods located at St. Francis Seminary.
Description: The "Chippewa", one of the Milwaukee Road's high speed Hiawatha locomotives at the Union Station. The station clock tower can be seen in the background.
Description: Elevated view of Mitchell Bank and Chamber of Commerce.
Description: A firefighter gets a flu shot made available to city workers in the lobby of the municipal building to avoid contracting the Hong Kong flu.
Description: Train cars are parked near a tall building with a fire escape.
Description: St. Mark's African Methodist Episcopal Church. 4th and Cedar (later W. Kilbourn Avenue). Cornerstone laid 12/5/1886. E.T. Mix was the architect. Two-story...
Date: 1904 after
Description: Main building in center with a lawn and paths in front. On the far left is a small attached building with a front porch.
Description: Costume party at Gauer's home on Downer Avenue. Ruthe Distenfeld owned five appliance stores, Bernice Flower was Forrest Flower's wife (WPA Artist), and Be...
Description: Horse-drawn fire wagon going down a cobblestone street in Milwaukee. The fact that automobiles also appear in the picture suggest that the transition to mo...
Date: 1914 ca.
Description: Street cleaner cleaning a street. A man and boy stand on the opposite sidewalk watching. Another street cleaner is on the left. Perhaps in Milwaukee.
Date: 1912 ca.
Description: Exterior view of the Milwaukee Harvester Works. A large crowd of workers, mainly men and boys, pose in front of the factory in an open field.
Description: Letterhead of the Wm. Goodnow Bay State Foundry & Machine Shop, or "Bay State" Iron Works, of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, which fabricated steam engines and boil...
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