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Description: Harnischfeger workers aren't on strike but they do their bit every week to help those who are. This picture was taken at the end of a regular Wednesday mo...
Description: Young female children celebrate a sleepover while four girls in bed watch another girl toss a pillow in the air. They are smiling gleefully while the pill...
Description: F.F. Adam's residence, 663 Franklin Street.
Description: "Picnicking in Mitchell Park provided a pleasant afternoon recently for these senior citizens who participated in the Milwaukee County Park Commission's pr...
Description: Portrait of Milwaukee Braves catcher Delmar Crandall at spring training.
Description: F.N. Finney's residence, 34 Prospect Avenue.
Description: Principals at the "Mid-Summer Festival." Festival was the precursor of what would become Summerfest. The gang went to the festival to "blow off steam" afte...
Description: An industrious family cleans their motorboat which is parked in the driveway.
Description: Artist's rendering of a suite interior at Miller Park Stadium.
Description: A man takes pleasure in the carving of the Thanksgiving turkey, with other food items in the foreground and vending machines behind him.
Description: Letter from Thomas Steel, Waukesha County physician and farmer, to his father, James Steel, in London, England. It includes a hand-drawn map of Milwaukee C...
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Description: A group of four women sewing in a business setting.
Description: Workers stocking the strike kitchen of Local 50, United Packinghouse Workers of America (Plankinton Packing Company). Left to right: Fred Koratko, Corneli...
Description: Mrs. Lloyd Knox demonstrating the technique of making spoon bread.
Description: The Ludington Building, built in 1881 on the southeast corner of North Plankinton Avenue and West Wells Street, featuring the Singer Sewing Machine store.
Description: A woman sits with her ten children surrounding her and watches TV.
Description: A student chef works in the kitchen of a Milwaukee restaurant with two older chefs as part of his training in a Restaurant and Hotel Cookery program at Mil...
Description: Guests enjoying themselves at a banquet of the Executives' Secretaries, Inc.
Description: Mother and daughter washing dishes together.
Description: A group of women and girls and one man sitting outside on benches and chairs sewing clothes and talking. On the right, a woman has a baby stroller beside h...
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