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Description: Horse-drawn wagon in a United Public Workers Parade/Demonstration through downtown. The horse bears signs that read "1946 One Horse Pay!" and "1846 One Hor...
Description: Man standing near spacer coupling that Chicago Bridge and Iron-East Chicago Industry later purchased and Inland Steel later used. Falk caption reads, "3340...
Description: A male employee inspects the ring gear which was later purchased by F.L. Smidth and Company of New York, New York, and used by St. Lawrence Cement Company...
Description: Bronzeville Bombers just after coming through with a score of 2690, putting them in tenth place in the state CIO tournament on April 5. The five men are a...
Description: Vignetted carte-de-visite portrait of Professor Davenport Fisher (1832-1911), Milwaukee chemist. After earning his Ph.D. in Chemistry from Heidelberg Unive...
Date: 1910 ca.
Description: Construction workers are posed in front of the partially-built St. Josaphat's Church on scaffolding and wooden steps near large columns. There are two chil...
Description: Diesel engine assembly line at Milwaukee Works. The factory was owned by the Milwaukee Harvester Company until 1902.
Description: Pinion stand that was later purchased by U.S. Steel (Allegheny Project) and used by Gary Steel Works. Falk caption reads, "Various manufacturing and assemb...
Description: Three men harvesting wheat. One is driving a tractor while the other two are on top of the hay.
Description: Bloch as a monster character, possibly for use in Brutal magazine or the scrapbooks. Taken at the Brady Street Lab. Gauer--this might just be a file...
Description: A man attends to a control panel of a factory machine that tests a large gear. The Falk Corporation later purchased and used this gear. Original Falk capti...
Description: A driver for Dairy Distributors, Inc. cooperative of Watertown, Wisconsin delivering milk to strikers' soup kitchen.
"Several dairies have volunteered t...
Description: Pawling & Harnischfeger type "AN" crane with a type "A" trolley and a standard hook at Holthoff Machinery Co., Power & Mining Machine Co. There is a man in...
Description: Women casting ballots at the Lithographers' Local #7 Strike vote. The ballot box is on a stage at the front of a large crowded room.
Description: The J. Robert Taylor family on a log pedestrian bridge in a wooded area. Identified as Alma Reinhardt Taylor, Donna Taylor Adams, J. Robert Taylor, and El...
Description: Grace Putnam, executive secretary of the Madison Woman's Club, in the Woman's Building, 240 W. Gilman street.
Description: A worker welds together sections of a press slide that was later purchased by Federal Engineering and used by the automotive industry.
Description: Factory workers and parts at Milwaukee Works.
Description: This series of 17 maps show boundaries and changes in city limits from 1846 to 1965. The base of all of the maps are the same, Milwaukee and suburbs. All m...
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