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Date: 1910 ca.
Description: Quarter-length studio portrait of Emanuel L. Philipp, Milwaukee builder.
Description: Speed reducer that is a later component of a coal pulverizer. This product was purchased by the Foster Wheeler Corporation and used by the Public Service C...
Description: This drive was purchased by Paceco. Falk caption reads, "2197Z2 speed reducer, for SL7-Paceco Portainer Cranes... this unit ratio 25.516:1, input 650 rpmm...
Date: 1919 ca.
Description: Close-up of the cockpit structure for a Lawson Air Liner, including the steering wheels and a chair set on boxes. The overall quality of the cockpit sugges...
Date: 1914 ca.
Description: Factory workers machine parts at International Harvester's Milwaukee Works.
Description: View of a large gear that was a later component of a kiln used to pelletize iron ore. This product was purchased by Allis Chalmers and used by the Iron Ore...
Description: Couplings that were purchased by U.S. Steel (Allegheny Project) and used by Gary Steel Works. The man in the photograph is D. Ferch. There is also a man wo...
Description: This unit was purchased and used by Armstrong Rubber Company. Original Falk caption reads, "Design horsepower-3143; service horsepower-1500; service factor...
Description: Two Goodrich Line passenger ferries are docked on the west bank of the Milwaukee River, north of the Clybourn Street bridge. The Pabst building and City Ha...
Description: Special speed reducer that is a component of a larger Ozark Unit with L.S. pinions that is used as a dam generator drive. This unit was purchased by Allis...
Date: 1914-04 ca.
Description: Factory workers operate machinery at International Harvester's Milwaukee Works.
Description: Shaft mounted BOF drive that was a later component of a basic oxygen furnace tilting drive. This product was purchased by Ferrostaal AG of West Germany and...
Description: A male employee, Dennis Zastrow, inspects a gear in the gear lab.
Description: Elevated view looking east between Second and Third streets. City Hall is visible in the left center background. Signs and billboards dot several buildin...
Description: A worker at International Harvester's Milwaukee Works draining fluid from a machine with a large gear poised over his head. The factory was owned by the Mi...
Description: International Harvester 10-20 tractors loaded onto rail cars for shipment from the company's Milwaukee Works factory to various sales branches.
Description: A pinion stand that was later purchased by U.S. Steel (Allegheny Project) and used by Gary Steel Works.
Description: Twin pinion marine red gear that was used by The Offshore Company for the Discoverer 534, a deep ocean drilling rig. Original Falk caption reads, "Propulsi...
Date: 1901 before
Description: Looking southeast from Clybourn and Fifteenth Streets. An open dirt area is in the foreground, with lumber lying near water on the left, and industrial bui...
Date: date unknown
Description: Quarter-length studio portrait of George H. Wilbur, Milwaukee lumberman.
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