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Date: 1938-06-13 ca.
Description: A man in a hat and long coat with rubber protectors over his shoes stands next to a McCormick-Deering cooler. Four milk cans are in the foreground. Origin...
Description: Image of damaged ship on the Milwaukee River. The "Christopher Columbus" was a popular cruise vessel launched in 1893 and used to traverse the Great Lakes....
Date: 1914 ca.
Description: Three workers pouring molten metal into small containers at International Harvester's Milwaukee Works. The factory was owned by the Milwaukee Harvester Com...
Date: 1940 ca.
Description: Looking west on W. Wisconsin Avenue from N. 3rd Street, featuring Woolworth's, Boston Store, and the Schroeder Hotel. An Edgewood-bound bus is stopped in f...
Description: Exterior of A.O. Smith Laboratories. Architects were Holabird and Root.
Description: Workers at International Harvester's Milwaukee Works perform "tear-down" inspections and tests of diesel engines.
Date: 1919-09-12 ca.
Description: Looking west from the roof of the Northwestern Mutual home office at E. Wisconsin Avenue and N. Van Buren Street. City Hall is visible on the right. Captio...
Description: Cyla Tine Stundel and her son, Ksiel, at his Bar Mitzvah.
Description: Lily E., a schooner converted to the South Shore Yacht Club's floating club house, until the winter of 1921. The club house is at the foot of Nock Street i...
Description: Jean Henriksen, a Madison Capital Times librarian, poses as the queen of the Wisconsin Press Photographers Association at the group's meeting in Milwaukee.
Description: Looking East down middle of avenue. Numerous vehicles are on the road, with a few pedestrians visible. A sign identifies the Republican Hotel on the left,...
Description: CIO members joined Lincoln Brigade veterans in a demonstration on Wisconsin Avenue last week to demand the breaking off of U.S. diplomatic relations with F...
Description: This turbine drive was later purchased and used by The Whiton Machine Company. Falk caption reads, "1110YPA-1 speed reducer with lube system and cooler, ra...
Description: Smoke is rising from a burning building in the city. The building on the left has a billboard supporting the Packers. A bridge and river can be seen in th...
Description: Quarter-length studio portrait of James Cavanagh, Kenosha lawyer.
Description: From left: Cyla Tine Stundel, daughter Golden, husband Abraham. Right (wearing suit): son Ksiel, at his Bar Mitzvah.
Date: 1930 ca.
Description: E.H. Barnes truck parked in front of the Kearns Equipment Inc., building, 3539 W. State Street.
Description: A 1914 Ford truck, the body of which was produced by the W.S. Seaman Company.
Description: Cheesemaker standing on ladder putting cheese on storage shelf, along with rows of other cheeses.
Description: Mill drive purchased by Allis Chalmers and used by Duval. Original Falk caption reads, "260 inch x 34 inch single helical split ring gear... part of a phot...
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