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Description: This map of Milwaukee shows forty landmark buildings located and identified, including those on the National Register of Historic Places and the Historic A...
Description: The bridge over the Milwaukee Harbor named in honor of former Mayor Daniel Hoan. The bridge was constructed between 1970 and 1970, but during the period de...
Description: This map is a birds-eye-view of South Milwaukee reproduced in the Oak Creek Pictorial of July 6, 1977. The map was originally published in an unidentified...
Description: View of a 600 J shaft mount. Man in photograph is George Tinger.
Date: 1975 ca.
Description: 1492 W. Wisconsin Avenue. Built in 1886 by John Plankinton for his daughter Elizabeth. Edward T. Mix was the architect. Listed in the National Register of...
Description: View of a YBX product cut that was used on a vertical roller mill. This product was later purchased by Allis Chalmers Corporation and used by Kaiser Longho...
Description: This product was purchased by Allis-Chalmers of West Allis, Wisconsin. Falk caption reads, "Solid riding ring 102,000 pound rough weight, 244 inches in dia...
Description: Retaining wall and houses from back alley.
Description: Marques Johnson of the Milwaukee Bucks sails past Dan Roundfield of the Atlanta Hawks and scores the bucket for two points. Quinn Buckner is watching the s...
Description: A Falk employee, John Bartaczewicz, inspects a large inlet head. This particular unit was purchased by F.L. Smidth and Company. Original Falk caption reads...
Description: Gerald Gosetti, a Falk employee, inspects a large vertical roller mill. This particular mill was purchased by combustion engineering and used by Marquette...
Description: An employee of Kehr's Kandy Kitchen packages candy for holiday sales.
Description: Don Nelson, head coach of the Milwaukee Bucks, squatting down to coach his team during a timeout.
Description: Group portrait at the Mary Church Terrell Creative Center, which was founded in 1963 by Bernice Lindsay (second from left). The Creative Center was located...
Description: Close-up detail of scene of historic Wisconsin in a hexagonal structure on a pedestal beneath the clock. The scene depicts an outdoor band concert in Milwa...
Description: View of a large gear that was a later component of a kiln used to pelletize iron ore. This product was purchased by Allis Chalmers and used by the Iron Ore...
Date: 1971 before
Description: Vel Phillips sitting at her desk in the Milwaukee Common Council chamber. Other council members are sitting at their desks around her.
Description: View of a large casting made in the foundry. A male employee, Arthur Beoman, stands next to the casting as it is being lifted. This unit was purchased by C...
Description: James Blaesius, a Falk employee, operates a fork-lift that carries a component of a conveyor drive. This unit was purchased by Kaisers Engineers and used b...
Date: 1976 before
Description: A synagogue at the corner of Broadway and Martin Street. A woman is standing near the street corner, and a boy near the entrance.
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