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Date: 1971-03 ca.
Description: Poster for a "Grateful Dead" concert held on March 21, 1971 (3/21/71), at the New Expo Convention Center, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. "The Return of Spring" conc...
Description: A man picks up grass from a lawn, with garbage bags of mowed lawn clippings lined up behind him. A lawn mower stands on the sidewalk nearby.
Description: Children wearing large sacks up to their waists and racing each other.
Date: 1975 ca.
Description: A winter scene with excited children on a toboggan.
Description: View of a large casting made in the foundry. A male employee, Arthur Beoman, stands next to the casting as it is being lifted. This unit was purchased by C...
Description: Original Falk caption reads, "These pictures taken to illustrate a procedure to allow saving and reusing Tivela lube during service or repair operations on...
Description: Winter scene with teenage toboggan riders, Rick Borckel (age 14) and Pat Voight (age 13), hitting a bump on a hill in Brown Deer Park, Milwaukee.
Description: View of a FPD product cut that was a later component of a stacker drive. This particular unit was purchased by Jervis B. Webb and was exported to South Ame...
Date: 1975 after
Description: Aerial view of Milwaukee County Stadium and the intersection of US 41 and I-94. County Stadium was built in 1953 and demolished in 2001. Although undated...
Description: Barrel In customers toasted the old owner, Margaret Udovc, and new owner, John Lacher, as the two shook hands.
Description: Kiln pinion that was purchased by F.L. Smidth. Original Falk caption reads, "Grinding wheel touched shaft."
Description: Reverse drive that was purchased by Delaval Turbine and used by Bulk Food Carrier. Falk caption reads, "Largest of the "MR" type design made to date. Wides...
Description: An employee of Kehr's Kandy Kitchen packages candy for holiday sales.
Description: 1020 North Broadway, main facade photographed from the Northwest. Building right next to the Milwaukee School of Engineers. Signs labeling the buildings a...
Description: Skateboarders take a break.
Description: View of an autogenous mill from above. This unit was purchased by Hardinge Company, a division of Koppers Incorporated and used by the Cleveland Cliff Empi...
Description: This product was purchased by Allis Chalmers Manufacturing Company-Australia Limited and used by Mt. Tsu. Falk caption reads, "Assembled gearing showing 1/...
Description: This unit was purchased and used by the the Aluminum Company of America. Falk caption reads, "8 units on the order. 3 units are shiftable, the balance of f...
Description: Twin pinion that was a later component of a tug on a controllable pitch propeller. This product was purchased by the Electro-Motive Division of the General...
Date: 1973 ca.
Description: Dr. Joseph Carpenter, assistant professor of Afro-American Education & Philosophy at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, is seated with his family. His...
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