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Date: 1910 before
Description: Hand-colored postcard view of a pier and lighthouse at the entrance to Milwaukee's harbor. Two people sail in a small boat to the right of the lighthouse,...
Description: Interior view of a fishing boat powered by an International PD-40 power unit and owned by Julius Dettloff. A man stands at the boat's wheel.
Date: 1910 ca.
Description: A large building on a small hill above a road. Three posts are along the road, and small rails line the the sidewalk near a small drive. A man is standing...
Description: Elevated view of a boat owned by Julius Dettloff docked along the edge of a river. The boat was powered by an International PD-40 power unit; in the backgr...
Description: A man hoists a bucket of coal onto his shoulder from a chute in the back of an International D-300 truck owned by Co-op Coal. The truck is parked along a r...
Description: The operators of the mobile unit of WMVS-TV, a community station out of Milwaukee Vocational and Adult Schools, film an interview with Roy Rogers and Dale...
Date: 1921-10-18 ca.
Description: Billboard advertising the showing of "The Girl from God's Country" presumably at the Parkway Theatre, 3417 W. Lisbon Avenue.
Description: Mill drive purchased by Allis Chalmers and used by Duval. Original Falk caption reads, "260 inch x 34 inch single helical split ring gear... part of a phot...
Description: Horse-drawn fire wagon going down a cobblestone street in Milwaukee. The fact that automobiles also appear in the picture suggest that the transition to mo...
Date: 1920 ca.
Description: Elevated view of building, with a flag flying from the roof. The street has parked cars and pedestrians.
Date: 1922-02-21 ca.
Description: E.W. Woolworth Co. 5 and 10 Cent Store at the southeast corner of W. North Avenue and N. 36th Street.
Date: 1956 before
Description: Exterior of building, which was first occupied in June 1885. It stood at the corner of 18th and Wells Streets.
Date: 1912-09 ca.
Description: Two men sitting in a racecar, with the driver of the car, possibly Harry Endicott, wearing a leather mask with goggles. Two men stand in the background.
Description: This map of Milwaukee and surrounding suburbs includes an index to the orange bus, rapid transit, street car, trackless trolley, and the green bus lines. T...
Description: A 1915 Packard Truck owned by Armour and Company. Its body was produced by the W.S. Seaman Company.
Description: The Taylor barn being moved through snow-covered fields by a truck. The barn is on a large bed platform. Other farm buildings are visible in the backgrou...
Description: Gothic style church. On the right is a road, with a smaller gray building in the background.
Date: 1937 ca.
Description: The U.S. Coast Guard Station on the left. Railroad tracks pass by a hill that goes up to the right. Two communications towers flank the Coast Guard Station...
Date: 1940 ca.
Description: The building has many classical architectural elements, including a dome. There is a large totem pole in front of the building. Pedestrians are walking on...
Date: 1913-11-29 ca.
Description: Park near hotels and Gimbels building. Caption says, "View N.E. from C. M. & St. P. Depot". Presently, it is Zeidler Union Square on W. Everett Street betw...
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