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Description: A woman overlooks the Labor-at-the-Lakefront festival next to a banner that reads "Buy Union," "Buy Made in USA," and "Keep the Heart of America Beating."
Description: Shovel base in the Falk foundry. This particular unit was purchased and used by Bucyrus Erie. Original Falk caption reads, "First job on VBM. Large weldmen...
Description: A little girl offers her place at a fountain to a large Newfoundland-mix dog who takes a drink on a hot day.
Description: Father carrying his infant son on his back while mowing the lawn.
Description: The Milwaukee Road Shops interior sheetmetal shop, formerly the car paint and repair shop, at 3301 West Canal Street.
Description: The newly remodeled kitchen in the home of Ronald and Dianne Flitsch.
Description: Kids make a "train," with the bicyclist in the front pulling three girls on roller skates along a sidewalk.
Description: A city worker fills in holes in the road in mild spring weather.
Description: Walter Mondale campaigns for president in 1984 during his failed run against Ronald Reagan.
Date: 1986-03 ca.
Description: Vel Phillips taking notes at the congregation of Emanu-El B'ne Jeshurun.
Description: Overhead view of four children relaxing in a wading pool.
Description: "A tailgater runs amok in the parking lot at Milwaukee County Stadium."
Description: 48 inch clutch with spacer in the test lab at Falk.
Description: Mary Beaudry, a temporary employee at International Business Machines, works on word-processing and computer equipment.
Description: Two women coax a stubborn calf at the State Fair.
Description: The Milwaukee Road freight car repair shop at 3301 West Canal Street.
Description: Father reading "The Adventures of Tom Sawyer" by Mark Twain to his son.
Description: The Milwaukee Road Shops, formerly the foundery, at 3301 West Canal Street.
Description: A woman finishes a display of Bay View High School photographs from the 1950s as part of an any-year reunion at the Festa Italiana on the Summerfest ground...
Description: Exterior view of a pharmacy advertising "Low Cost Drugs." The building also has a painted advertisement for Pabst Blue Ribbon beer.
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