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Date: 1980 before
Description: Stereograph; elevated view of what was supposedly the largest elevator in the world at the time. Though there is a Peirce & Whaling Company imprint over t...
Description: Marquette University graduate blowing bubbles before his graduation ceremony at the Bradley Center.
Description: A family relaxes by their backyard pool, while a father tosses his infant son gently in the air.
Description: 400 people march to a rally where they demand that the birthday of Martin Luther King, (January 15) be declared a national holiday.
Description: A man leans out a window to clean the outside glass.
Description: A man hands out information while holding a sign reading "Stop All Nuclear Testing" in front of the Reuss Federal Building.
Description: Slightly elevated view of a man mowing the lawn at the Veterans' Administration Wood National Cemetery.
Description: Interior view of an attic bedroom with skylights and a television.
Description: Holocaust survivor Israel Wolnerman, his wife Irene, and their daughter Ann at their residence. Wolnerman was among thousands of prisoners from Staltach (a...
Description: Shovel base in the Falk foundry. This particular unit was purchased and used by Bucyrus Erie. Original Falk caption reads, "First job on VBM. Large weldmen...
Description: Stephanie Johnson (from left), 16, Chanell Biami, 15, and Letesa Evans, 16, played a childhood game Friday after seeing their little sisters playing a rope...
Description: The newly remodeled kitchen in the home of Ronald and Dianne Flitsch.
Description: Two young boys in action playing soccer.
Description: Father reading "The Adventures of Tom Sawyer" by Mark Twain to his son.
Description: Mary Beaudry, a temporary employee at International Business Machines, works on word-processing and computer equipment.
Description: Holocaust survivor Cyla Tine Stundel in her residence.
Description: The Milwaukee Road sheetmetal shop, formerly formerly known as the car paint and repair shop, located at 3301 West Canal Street.
Description: A father gives his young son archery pointers in Kletzsch Park while his daughter looks on.
Description: A man polishes his 12-cylinder Lincoln Coupe as part of a classic car show at Rank & Son Buick-GMC Truck.
Description: "With 15,331 fans looking on at the Milwaukee Brewers last home game of the season at County Stadium, Carl 'Bear' Bandle belts out our national anthem."
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