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Description: 48 inch clutch with spacer in the test lab at Falk.
Description: A man looks over parking meters that are some of the items for sale at the first Milwaukee County Recycling Center sale.
Description: A family relaxes by their backyard pool, while a father tosses his infant son gently in the air.
Description: The newly remodeled kitchen in the home of Ronald and Dianne Flitsch.
Description: Aimee Weiss(left), 10, and Darby Cusick, 11, both of Elm Grove, take a spin Thursday on one of the rides at Wirth Park.
Description: Holocaust survivor Salvator Moshe at his residence.
Description: "With 15,331 fans looking on at the Milwaukee Brewers last home game of the season at County Stadium, Carl 'Bear' Bandle belts out our national anthem."
Description: Calvin Johnson, right, Custer High School chess champion, takes on Paul Henk to defend his title.
Description: Cousins set up a road-side stand to sell fruits and vegetables grown by their grandfather.
Description: First graders writing and drawing while lying on the floor.
Description: Corky Barker washing down his motorcycle in front on his home at 2734 South Superior Street.
Description: John Miller rests in the sun near McKinley Marina before Friday's cold front moved through Milwaukee in May of 1989.
Description: Typical room at the Milwaukee River Hilton Inn in MIlwaukee.
Description: The Milwaukee Road freight car repair shop at 3301 West Canal Street.
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: Two employees, Bob Huwiler and Tom Prodoehl, stand next to a large ring gear dust drive that was purchased by KHD Canada and used by South West Portland Ce...
Description: Amanda Basile of Milwaukee's Northwest side dressed as the Milwaukee Journal Green Sheet for Halloween. She made the costume with her mother Penny Chapman...
Description: Two young boys in action playing soccer.
Date: 1980 before
Description: Stereograph; elevated view of what was supposedly the largest elevator in the world at the time. Though there is a Peirce & Whaling Company imprint over t...
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