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Description: Two male employees ease the top half of a metal casing over a Parallel Double Red Shaft that was purchased by E.L. Smidth and Company. Original Falk captio...
Description: A large Drive Gear rests outside the factory after being removed from the furnace. This product was later purchased by Buffalo Forge Company of Buffalo, Ne...
Date: 1919 ca.
Description: Panorama of International Harvester's Milwaukee Works factory building. The factory was owned by the Milwaukee Harvester Company before 1902.
Description: A male employee operates a large machine at the Falk Corporation. The gear was purchased and used by the Falk Corporation. Original Falk caption reads, "Th...
Date: date unknown
Description: Southside Brewery, formerly the Melm's Brewery. On print title is "Brasserie Succursale Au Sud De La Ville" and "Sied Seite Brauerei". A bridge, a boat, a...
Description: The Norman Ebron Band, members of the American Federation of Musicians, segregated Local 587, play coronet, saxophone, piano, drums and standup bass in a d...
Description: Milwaukee County Court House in the process of being razed. A worker is standing on part of the second floor, in front of what is left of the dome.
Description: Two male employees weld a large gear. Original Falk caption reads, "Made in halves, 16 feet to zero inch in diameter on the top. Ribs 4 1/2 OL. Premachine...
Description: Souvenir Booklet made for the opening night of August 19, 1889. Half of the image is the opera house, and the other half is a brief summary and descriptio...
Description: Miss Jacqueline Alice Biksadski, 17, representing Milwaukee Slovaks at the annual Folk Fair, wearing a traditional Slovak dress and carrying a loaf of brea...
Description: Quarter-length studio portrait of John F. Cramer, Milwaukee publisher.
Description: Quarter-length studio portrait of Gustav J. Lange, Eau Claire businessman.
Description: Buffalo Street construction showing cuts in the pavement and the inconvenience for traffic. Standing between the excavated holes and piles of dirt is a hor...
Description: Men are working among stripped trees in a demolition area on Kilbourn Avenue.
Date: 1855 ca.
Description: Clipping from a newspaper or magazine. Building on a corner with a Post Office sign on left side of building, Custom House sign on the right side. Horse-...
Description: Two male employees operate a large factory machine.
Description: Man walking into the main entrance of the telephone company.
Description: Quarter-length studio portrait of S.S. Cramer, MIlwaukee company president.
Description: The Taylor barn being moved through snow-covered fields by a truck. The barn is on a large bed platform. Other farm buildings are visible in the backgrou...
Description: Ball-bearing cream separators, parts, and a one and half horse power stationary engine on display against a backdrop of advertising posters at the Milwauke...
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