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Description: Quarter-length publicity portrait of Robert Doyle, dressed in his uniform. This image was published with some of his articles in the Milwaukee Journal
Description: Nighttime view. A small sign for the company is in a middle window on the first floor. The left entrance has a potted plant in the window.
Description: A man (maybe a railroad worker or a tramp) standing along a railroad track next to a small cooking fire. Railroad cars are in the background.
Description: Mary Beaudry, a temporary employee at International Business Machines, works on word-processing and computer equipment.
Description: Striking workers from the local 18 of United Gas Coke and Chemical Workers, C.I.O. picketing on a wide downtown sidewalk. The men are walking in a circle h...
Description: Chris Willadsen (left), son Steven Willadsen, Gudrun Willadsen enjoy a Milwaukee Braves baseball game outing for newspaper carriers and their families.
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...
Date: date unknown
Description: J. Robert Taylor on a lake pier with either his son Frederick or Robert. Both are wearing swimming suits. Taylor is smoking a pipe.
Description: Split ring gear that is a component of a rod mill that was purchased by ACC-Vickers-Babcock Limited and then exported to India. Falk caption reads, "215 in...
Date: 1914 ca.
Description: Factory workers working with gears at International Harvester's Milwaukee Works.
Description: Five men stand on a city street surrounded by onlookers, perhaps a parade or some other public event. Two of the men in the street are carrying photography...
Description: Still wearing his pajamas, "Milwaukee Sentinel" editor Alvin Steinkopf reads the newspaper. The popular comic strip, "Gasoline Alley", can be seen on the...
Description: Basketball game between the electrical shop and machine shop employees of the Heil Company in Milwaukee.
Description: Workers and soldiers marched together in Milwaukee's first Labor Day parade in many years, sponsored by the CIO, to demonstrate the common interest of all...
Description: Members of local 18 United Gas, Coke and Chemical of the C.I.O. picketing in a small circle on a wide downtown sidewalk. Two men hold signs and one reads,...
Description: A man loads a piece of equipment onto the back of an International D-40 truck owned by the Romanowski Coal Company while it is parked in a residential driv...
Description: The Bloch family on their second floor porch at the flat they rented at 2626B Maryland Avenue. This was during Bloch's work at the Marx agency.
Description: J. Robert Taylor standing in the middle of a street, holding a large camera. On the left, a car is driving by.
Description: Quarter-length studio portrait of James Greeley Flanders, Milwaukee lawyer.
Description: Factory workers assembling cream separators at Milwaukee Works.
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