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Description: Quarter-length studio portrait of Rudolf C. Haase, Milwaukee company secretary.
Description: View from sidewalk of horse-drawn wagon on a tree-lined city street in a United Public Workers parade/demonstration. The wagon has a number of boys in it w...
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Description: Several people, most with goggles and hats, are digging and moving dirt. Three men are behind a wire fence. On the left is a man in a suit, and the rest a...
Description: Ron Kudlewski, a Falk employee, attends to the test stand for large motors in the High Speed Department. This motor was later purchased and used by the Lou...
Description: Decorated truck driven by Leonard Greachowiak through downtown in a United Public Workers Parade/Demonstration. The beribboned pickup displays a sign that...
Description: Quarter-length studio portrait of Alfred Kittredge Hamilton, Milwaukee manufacturer.
Description: Quarter-length studio portrait of Edgar D. Haven, Milwaukee company president.
Description: Two men at work moving railroad cars. Part of a series on working conditions aboard Lake Michigan railroad car ferries. Ferry workers belonged to the Natio...
Description: This drive was purchased by Pennsylvania Engineering and used by Republic Steel Cleveland. Falk caption reads,"BOF drive, for specifications see Engineerin...
Description: Quarter-length studio portrait of Sheldon J. Glass, Milwaukee company vice-president.
Description: For contributing to the morale of state troops in the South Pacific by his work as a war correspondent, Robert Doyle (right), a Milwaukee Journal re...
Description: Shops contained on first floor of a Victorian structure, one of which belongs to a woman named Mary. Standing in front are her husband and two sons. Furthe...
Description: Young worker operates a large lever on railroad tracks. Part of a series on working conditions aboard Lake Michigan railroad car ferries. Ferry workers bel...
Description: Quarter-length portrait of Edward E. Browne, Waupaca lawyer.
Description: Pinions that were purchased by U.S. Steel (Allegheny Project) and used by Gary Steel Works. Male employee in photograph is R. Ponto.
Description: Quarter-length studio portrait of William D. Connor, Marshfield lumberman, banker, and farmer.
Description: Police pushing a group of strikers in front of the factory gate at the Allis-Chalmers strike. On the far right is a man holding a press camera.
Description: J. Robert Taylor fixing a screen door. He is standing on the inside of the door, with a hammer in his right hand.
Description: Quarter-length studio portrait of John William Peterson Lombard, Milwaukee banker.
Description: Quarter-length studio profile portrait of Robert R. Freeman, Milwaukee attorney.
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