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Date: 1915 ca.
Description: The northeast corner of the Cawker Building at W. Wells Street and N. Plankinton Avenue.
Date: date unknown
Description: Two boats next to a pier. The one on the end of the pier is the Intrepid, the one in the foreground, in which three people are sitting, is the El...
Description: Two Falk employees, Arthur Hirt on the left, and Karl Becker on the right, attend to a large gear. This particular unit was purchased and used by United St...
Description: Blocks of snow and ice are piled up in a river at a bridge. A large group of people are standing on the bridge. A person on the left has a long pole, tryin...
Description: Kandy Lindgren trains her lens at the Milwaukee Art Museum.
Date: 1918-07-30 ca.
Description: Waldheim furniture building and surrounding commercial area on N. Plankinton Avenue, north of W. Wisconsin Avenue. The Waldheim Furniture building is in th...
Description: Letterhead of Wirth, Hammel & Company, a dealer in horses and mules headquartered in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, with a front view of the company building on the...
Description: Despite rain and fog, people turned out to enjoy a street festival sponsored by the Guadalupe Center at 239 W. Washington Street in Milwaukee. There were e...
Description: A group photograph of the Milwaukee Brewers of the American Association on a field with stands in the background. Some of the players have their gloves wi...
Description: Kandy Lindgren's photo of her son Chase wins first place in the black and white category of "Milwaukee Journal Sentinel's" photo contest.
Date: 1913-08-23 ca.
Description: Elevated view looking east from W. Wells street across the Milwaukee River. The E. Wells power plant (with arrow), Pabst Theater, and City Hall are on the...
Description: A Marshall & Isley, Bankers, check in the amount of $12,500.00 written to J. Alder Ellis from Samuel Marshall.
Description: Two men working a desks in the Pawling & Harnischfeger accounting office. There are photographs on the wall, including a crane, the P&H plant, and a St. Lo...
Description: International Harvester Company displays its products under a tent at the Wisconsin State Fair. The text on the sign reads, "Equipment Display Courtesy Sha...
Description: A.J. Monday, automobile and carriage painting, located at N. 4th Street and W. Highland Avenue. Horse-drawn vehicles are being loaded.
Description: A Falk employee, George Cira, inspects the components of a later ejection box. This unit was purchased by Central Foundry, a division of the General Motors...
Description: Milwaukee police Sergeant Edward Daily explains to Leland Bryan that his combination airplane and automobile may not be driven on Milwaukee's streets. A cr...
Description: A group portrait of the Steinborn Studio baseball team, sitting and standing in a group in the outfield. The coaches are wearing suits, and the bat boys ar...
Description: Elevated view of a large factory room with workers and parts at Milwaukee Works.
Description: Hilgendorf's Hardware store clerk shows a saw to a customer.
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