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Date: 1906 before
Description: View from street of theatre and main entrance on corner of Wells and Water Streets. To the right is a building with a sign for Quaker Oats. On the left cor...
Date: 1904 after
Description: Fountain in front of the conservatory, separated by paths and shrubbery. Several pedestrians are near the fountain.
Date: 1907 ca.
Description: Men working on cream separators at International Harvester's Milwaukee Works. The factory was owned by the Milwaukee Harvester Company until 1902.
Date: 1900 ca.
Description: Group portrait of George, Louise, and Milton, their son, standing in front of a fence. They are traveling with one suitcase and a full handbag. All three a...
Date: 1909 ca.
Description: Milwaukee's first mail truck, here referred to as an "auto car." The date comes from a similar postcard that is postmarked.
Description: An unidentified Falk employee stands next to a large Steel Spur Gear. The sign in the photograph reads, "Cast Steel Spur Gear. Made by The Falk Co. Milwauk...
Date: 1905 after
Description: Two men wearing hats and coats in a horse-drawn carriage on a residential street.
Description: Davidson Theatre and Hotal at 135-137 Third Street. Signs for advertisements identify the buildings that are visible. Carriages and people are on the road...
Description: A pioneer Scandinavian immigrant hotel on Clinton Street, south side, built before the Civil War. Posters are a board on the left side of the house, and a...
Description: Studio group portrait of (left to right) Charles F. Pfister, Henry C. Payne, and Frank G. Bigelow.
Pfister was a Milwaukee financier, who - among numerou...
Description: Color image of building with wraparound porch on two levels. A plant-lined drive is in front of the house with a man driving a horse-drawn carriage.
Description: Library in the home of John Johnston (1836-1904), a successful Milwaukee banker, located at 645 Franklin Place, also known as "The Lion House." The dining...
Date: 1904 ca.
Description: This map has three inset maps of Whitefish Bay, Cudahy, and South Milwaukee. This map depicts schools, engine houses, railroads, street railways, city ward...
Date: 1905 ca.
Description: Elevated view looking southwest from the Court House.
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...
Description: Water Tower and park with Milwaukee Bay in background.
Description: A section of the building at the right was erected in 1859; the section at the left is of later construction. The building was torn down in 1911. A car i...
Description: Merrill Hall; North elevation. Architectural plans with scale.
Description: Dining room in the home of John Johnston (1836-1904), a successful Milwaukee banker, located at 645 Franklin Place, also known as "The Lion House." The lib...
Description: John Johnston (1836-1904) sits with his feet up on a hassock in his library while reading a paper. Johnston, a successful Milwaukee banker, lived at 645 Fr...
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