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World Tourist

Date: 1970-08-10 

Description: Heinz Stücke on his bicycle in front of the Milwaukee Journal building at 333 W. State Street. Stücke carries his belongings in bags attached to his bike w...

Date: 1975-04-25 

Description: Non-reversing marine drive that was a later component of a 800 foot Great Lakes bulk carrier. This unit was purchased by the Electro Motive Division of the...

Date: 1975-07 

Description: A male employee, Harold Ladwig, welds an area on a worm gear. Original Falk caption reads, "A series of pictures taken in Weld Shop to illustrate steps in...

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Autogenous Mill

Date: 1978-06-23 

Description: View of an autogenous mill from above. This unit was purchased by Hardinge Company, a division of Koppers Incorporated and used by the Cleveland Cliff Empi...

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Weld Shop

Date: 1975-07 

Description: Male employee, Harold Ladwig, in the Weld Shop. Original Falk caption reads, "A series of pictures taken in Weld shop to illustrate steps in the manufactur...

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Pulverizer Mill

Date: 1976-08-20 

Description: A male employee, Don Ferch, attends to a pulverizer mill. This unit was purchased by the Foster Wheeler Energy Corporation and used by the Public Service o...

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Coupling Sleeve

Date: 1976-02-23 

Description: Bill Wagner, a Falk employee, attends to a large coupling sleeve. This unit was later used by the Auburn Plant-Baush Drill Press. Original Falk caption rea...

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Two Piece Trunnion

Date: 1976-09-22 

Description: William Rhody, a Falk employee, inspects a 2 piece trunnion. This particular unit was purchased by F.L. Smidth. Original Falk caption reads, "Trunnion-two...

Date: 1972 

Description: Green Hall from the northeast. North end of Johnson Hall is at left foreground. Observatory tower and roof details of Merrill Hall in center background.

Date: 1971-12-17 

Description: Richard W.E. Perrin, seen speaking in the foreground, discusses plans in a meeting for an outdoor museum of ethnic history in Kettle Moraine. Professor Vic...

Date: 1971-06-05 

Description: A young Cub Scout member of Pack 86 from Trinity Presbyterian Church hands newspapers he saved to an employee of Shapiro Paper and Metal Co. The task was p...

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Slewing Drive

Date: 1971-07-24 

Description: Slewing drive that was purchased by the Dravo Corporation. Original Falk caption reads, "Slewing Drive-2 parts-(1) 19 feet 5 inches O.D. x 6 1/2 inch wide...

Date: 1972 

Description: Left to right: Holton, Merrill, and Johnson Halls. Cars are parked along the road, including a Ford Gremlin and Chevrolet Camaro, in the lower part of the...

Date: 1979-12-03 

Description: An employee of Kehr's Kandy Kitchen packages candy for holiday sales.

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Slide Coupling

Date: 1976-03 

Description: A male employee, Al Arndt, attends to a slide coupling. This particular coupling was purchased and used by Blaw-Knox. Falk caption reads, "Photos of a spec...

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Inching Drive

Date: 1977-06-06 

Description: Tim Wollenziehr, a Falk employee drives a fork-lift carrying an inching drive, a later component of a coal pulverizer. This unit was purchased by Babcock a...

Date: 1977 

Description: This map is a bird’s-eye-view of South Milwaukee reproduced in the Oak Creek Pictorial of July 6, 1977. The map was originally published in an unidentified...

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Sound Test Setup

Date: 1970-05-20 

Description: A male employee, Karl Johns, attends to a sound test.

Date: 1975-08 

Description: Large ring gear that is a later component of a kiln drive. This product was purchased by Allis Chalmers and used by National Steel Pellet Plant. Original F...

Date: 1970-12-23 

Description: Winter scene with teenage toboggan riders, Rick Borckel (age 14) and Pat Voight (age 13), hitting a bump on a hill in Brown Deer Park, Milwaukee.

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