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Date: 1935 after
Description: The road in front is lined with cars, including a fuel truck. In the foreground is a parking lot with two cars. The large brewery building has a chimney...
Description: Exterior of theatre on corner of Wells and Water Streets. There is a billboard for Kools (cigarettes) on the side. Streetcar tracks and parked cars are in...
Description: Corner of Wells and Water Streets. A large blank billboard is on the side of the theatre. Across the road on the left is a sign for Blatz beer. A car wash...
Description: The newspaper used this building from 1907 until the mid or late 1920's. A few cars are parked in front of the building. A sign for the Good Fellow House...
Date: 1937 ca.
Description: Two men talk in an auto parts store. One man is behind the counter wearing eyeglasses and holding a box, the other man is wearing a hat and leaning on the...
Date: 1935 ca.
Description: Skilled Trade Division, at 511-A West Wells Street, Lot 1119. Men's Department-Skilled Trade and Clerical Division; Division for the Physically Disabled....
Description: Down the road and across the bridge from the theatre. Iron work on the bridge obstructs the view of the theatre. Cars are crossing the bridge, and pedestri...
Description: 1030 N. Third Street, seen from State Street Bridge. Signs for the building are on the top floor. More billboards can be seen on buildings in the backgroun...
Description: Factory worker grinding an external tractor track roller shell at Milwaukee Works.
Description: Man unloading boxes of "Baby Ruth" and "Butterfinger" candy bars from an International D-2 truck outside the Monona Club. The truck was owned by the Suprem...
Date: 1934 after
Description: A man is walking on the raised sidewalk in front of the building near a fence. On the windows is written "Lakehouse Lunch Room".
Description: Factory workers and parts at Milwaukee Works.
Description: Workers at International Harvester's Milwaukee Works perform "tear-down" inspections and tests of diesel engines.
Description: Label submitted to the state of Wisconsin for trademark registration. "Commander Beer, Milwaukee, Brewed and Bottled by Capitol Brewing company of Milwauke...
Description: Diesel engine assembly line at Milwaukee Works. The factory was owned by the Milwaukee Harvester Company until 1902.
Description: Two factory workers drill and grind valve slats into a diesel engine at Milwaukee Works. Photograph taken by Don Jones.
Description: The U.S. Coast Guard Station on the left. Railroad tracks pass by a hill that goes up to the right. Two communications towers flank the Coast Guard Station...
Description: Quarter-length studio portrait of Carl Herzfeld, Milwaukee department store head.
Description: Quarter-length studio portrait of Edwin S. Mack, Milwaukee lawyer.
Date: 1934 ca.
Description: This map is attached to a cover. Streets, points of interest, the Milwaukee River, and Lake Michigan are labeled. The bottom margin of the map includes a s...
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