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Description: Standing atop a special vehicle fitted with a body built to resemble a camera, Taylor found the ideal vantage point from which to cover a news event. The c...
Description: Quarter-length studio portrait of Joe J. Stehling, Milwaukee engineer and manufacturer.
Description: Strike kitchen of Local 50, United Packinghouse Workers of America (Plankinton Packing Company). Left to right: Al Herold (chef), Ernie Bernie, Jimmy Glov...
Description: Conference room at the United Auto workers (UAW) farm implement conference. Attendees sit at banquet tables and stand along the walls in the crowded room.
Description: Bartender Albert Rosen cleaning glassware behind the bar. Rosen has a cigarette in his mouth as he cleans. Men can be seen in the background at the bar. Th...
Description: Madison newspaper carrier John Yount and his parents, Helen and Paul Yount, watch a Braves game in Milwaukee.
Date: date unknown
Description: Quarter-length studio portrait of Simon Leonard Stein, Milwaukee photographer.
Description: Three men operate an International I-14 industrial tractor and a 300-gallon beam sprayer in an apple orchard. One man sits on the tractor while the other t...
Description: For contributing to the morale of state troops in the South Pacific by his work as a war correspondent, Robert Doyle (right), a Milwaukee Journal re...
Description: Herold Newspaper building and surrounding commercial area at the southwest corner of Broadway and Mason Street. Pedestrains cross the street and horse-draw...
Description: An insurance executive carries on with work after he was hit by a car, dictating letters to his secretary from his hospital bed, with his leg in traction.
Description: Quarter-length portrait in front of a painted backdrop of Louis J. Petit, Milwaukee banker.
Description: May Day parade with a closeup of a "memorial" float for company unions. A man leans on the parked float. The float features a faux grave and the gravestone...
Description: Two men operate an International I-14 tractor and a beam sprayer. One man sits on the tractor while the other stands and operates the sprayer.
Description: Waist-up studio portrait of Mackey Wells, Milwaukee manufacturer.
Description: Chris Willadsen (left), son Steven Willadsen, Gudrun Willadsen enjoy a Milwaukee Braves baseball game outing for newspaper carriers and their families.
Date: 1906 ca.
Description: Pawling & Harnischfeger 40-ton bridge crane with a 10-ton 2 block type "A" trolley and two hooks. The crane is located at the West Allis Works. The crane i...
Description: Demolition of a smokestack. The stack is falling into a pile of rubble not far from the road.
Description: Quarter-length studio portrait of Alvin Paul Kletzch, Milwaukee company manager.
Description: Solid foot radicons. Original Falk caption reads, "43145 is stock of solid-foot radicons in plant 2." The male employee in the photograph is Jim Jones.
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