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Date: 1909 ca.
Description: Looking east from 5th Street. Road lined with buildings, and pedestrians crowd the sidewalks. Horse-drawn vehicles and a trolley are on the road.
Date: 1905 ca.
Description: Exterior of classical-style building. Facade has fluted columns, decorated capitals, ornate railings, and a wide stairway leading to the entrance. A man is...
Date: 1904 after
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.
Date: 1920 ca.
Description: Mezzanine Floor (Interior). A flight of stairs is going up the left side of the image. Several chairs are set up overlooking the balcony. Various statues...
Description: Group portrait of neighborhood children and adults gathered on a street in the S. Sixth Street neighborhood of Walker's Point that is being re-paved. Many...
Date: 1906 ca.
Description: John Hahn is leaning on a motorized moving van in the S. Sixth Street neighborhood of Walker's Point. At the steering wheel is a man, with another seated n...
Description: Crowd of men and women on grandstand bleachers watching a sporting event.
Description: Lake near the home, probably Lake Hincks, which was named after General Edward W. Hincks who was administrator of the Home in the 1870's. The grounds cons...
Date: 1917 ca.
Description: Photographic postcard showing detail of the tachometer for the Lawson Military Tractor 2 (M.T.2).
Date: 1912 ca.
Description: Colorized postcard image of a sun parlor at the pavilion for tuberculosis cases at the Milwaukee Hospital for Insane.
Date: date unknown
Description: View from track of a crowd of men, women, and children in front of and behind a fence at a sporting event. On the left, a man who is possibly a police offi...
Description: Depicts an overweight man wearing a bowler hat drinking beer directly from a barrel. In the background beer steins are littering the ground. The caption at...
Description: Club building exterior. Club has three levels, with a five story tower. Originally a home turned into a club, the building has many windows, a few balconie...
Description: "The T.M.E.R. & L. Co's New Public Service Building"- the heading on the postcard. Flags are on the roof on either end. A trolley is coming in from the r...
Description: View through a City Hall archway of the city square, which includes a statue, a streetcar, and a decorative lamp post.
Description: A horse-drawn cart, marked B.C. Horsch, is waiting near Dr. W.H. Perrigo's veterinary and dental business in the S. Sixth Street neighborhood in Milwaukee....
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...
Description: A young baseball player poses outside the porch of his S. Sixth St. Walker's Point neighborhood home. He is wearing a baseball uniform with cap, and is hol...
Description: Church and school seen from Kosciuszko Park. Located across a lake, behind some trees and bushes. A woman sits on some decorative stones next to the lake.
Date: 1911 before
Description: Four-story extended building. A woman with an umbrella is near the left entrance, and a man is walking across the raised lawn near the center right.
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