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Description: The Railroad YMCA building at S. 3rd and W. Florida Streets.
Description: Kunzelmann-Esser furniture store at South 9th and West Mitchell Streets.
Description: A young boy is in mid-swing playing tennis on a tennis court. Other tennis players, houses and a park are visible in the background.
Description: The Kunzelmann-Esser Furniture Co. building at S. 9th and W. Mitchell Streets.
Description: Elevated exterior view of Everett Street Station, also called the New Passenger Station facing Fourth Ward Park (later renamed Zeidler Park).
Date: 1924-06-03 ca.
Description: The interior of an unidentified clothing store.
Date: 1914-05-13 ca.
Description: The Milwaukee Journal building at N. 4th Street, north of W. Wisconsin Avenue.
Date: 1930 ca.
Description: Historic marker placed on the site of the first cabin built in Milwaukee, 1795. A replica cabin is behind. The plaque says: On this site the first permane...
Description: This map shows city wards, block numbers, parks, cemeteries, roads, railroads, Lake Michigan, and selected buildings. Also included are indexes "Milwaukee...
Date: 1874 after
Description: Stereoview of Broadway in Milwaukee. Home has many peaks on the roof, and the drive to the entrance is on the right.
Date: 1924-06-28 ca.
Description: Kramer's Clothing shop, located on the north side of W. Wisconsin Avenue between N. 5th and N. 6th streets. Inside, displays of men's clothing merchandise...
Date: 1938 ca.
Description: Wisconsin Club, Ninth Street and Wisconsin Avenue. Built as the Alexander Mitchell residence in 1876-1878. After his death, it was used as the quarters of...
Description: A posed photograph taken for the Milwaukee & Suburban Transport Corp. to mark the substitution of buses for streetcars on the West Burnham St. line.
Date: 1900 ca.
Description: Looking down Grand Avenue to West Wisconsin Åvenue. Cable cars are on the left , and a carriage on right near curb. Pedestrians are crossing the street and...
Description: This map shows public schools, engine houses, railroads, street railways, city wards, parks, block numbers, and Lake Michigan. Also included are indexes, t...
Date: 1905-06-08 ca.
Description: Milwaukee Free Press building at E. Wisconsin Avenue and N. Broadway (built as Northwestern Mutual's home office in 1870).
Description: Bird's-eye map, looking west from shoreline on Lake Michigan of Milwaukee to Golden Lake in Waukesha County, with Kenosha and Fox Point at bottom corners,...
Description: Alice in Dairyland, Margaret McGuire, and Elsie the Cow and her calf Beauregard, stand on a parade float with two men in downtown Milwaukee, while a male o...
Description: View from the street of a billboard wall along a sidewalk, advertising Lincoln J. Carter's melodrama play, "Chattanooga." It is playing one night, January...
Description: A male mail carrier takes a break sitting in a mailbox on the sidewalk in a neighborhood.
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