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Description: Five railroad employees pose on Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway engine no. 1223 at the Chestnut Street yard. Left to right are yardman Jack Meyer, ya...
Date: 1905 ca.
Description: Elevated view of fourteen-story theatre building, with two red buildings on either side of it. On the street are people, horses, carriages, and trolleys. T...
Date: 1900 ca.
Description: E. Water and Wisconsin Streets, northwest corner, also called the Ludington Block. John Black's building to extreme right and the Sentinel office between.
Date: 1902 ca.
Description: Two-wheeled show cart with pair of white show horses in tandem hitch, being driven, probably along Lake Michigan.
Description: View from street of a billboard wall along a sidewalk, advertising for Lincoln J. Carter's melodrama film, "Chattanooga." It is playing one night, January...
Description: View of car #466, which was then one of Milwaukee's newest streetcars. The car was put in service by TMERL about 1905 and was rebuilt as a duplex car in 1...
Description: J. Robert Taylor and his wife, Alma Reinhardt Taylor, sit for a portrait on a park bench.
Description: Milwaukee Public school, Sixth district School no. 2, Fifth grade class. teacher Miss H. Kather, Patrick Shaunnessy Principal. Boys: Emil Dankert, Charles...
Date: 1908 ca.
Description: View from street of a building being remodeled to accommodate two businesses: a drugstore on the ground floor and a postal sub-station on the second floor....
Description: A TMERL streetcar on the Delaware and Oakland line advertising special 1905 rates (25 for a dollar or 6 for 25 cents) and universal transfers.
Description: Polyconic projection. Map made from surveys without spirit level control. Henry Gannett, Chief Topographer. Topography by Van H. Manning and Nat. Tyler, Jr...
Description: Front cover of a German language advertising catalog for International Harvester's Milwaukee line of harvesting machinery. Features a chromolithograph ill...
Description: A coaching party of festively clad men, women, and children departing for the Annual Scottish Games sponsored by the St. Andrews Society. Some participants...
Date: 1905 after
Description: South Entrance; in the background is a lighthouse. In the center is a bridge flanked by carved stone lions. A man on a motor car is crossing the bridge.
Date: 1906-05-09 ca.
Description: View from across the street of the Hathaway building, probably at the northeast corner of E. Mason Street and N. Broadway. W.M. Marnitz Co. Tailors, Gilbe...
Description: Club building exterior. Club has three levels, with a five story tower. Originally a home turned into a club, the building has many windows, a few balconie...
Description: Exterior of building. Caption below gives the name of the building and the line "Totally Destroyed by Fire June 4 '05." A group of people stand outside th...
Description: View of a herd of buffalo at the Wisconsin State Fair.
Description: Three women in hats and long skirts walk with umbrellas in the rain.
Description: Slightly elevated view from front of students and teachers in an early 20th century school classroom. The names of all the students are written on the blac...
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