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Description: Two men simultaneously weld. According to an original Falk caption, "rough weight. 72000 pound est.-Unit was rough machine to with [sic]. 1/4 inch o...
Description: View of the manufacturing process of vacuum chucks. Used for skin milling, this particular order, according to an original Falk caption, "covers four dupli...
Description: Black and white design for the 3 cent Centennial stamp with a logging theme.
Description: Warren Smith, Milwaukee, campaigning for State Treasurer at the Republican State Convention.
Description: A man oversees the manufacturing process of a roll drive pinion which was purchased by E.W. Bliss Company of Salem, Ohio, and used by Empire Steel Company....
Description: A male employee, Harold Ladwig, welds an area on a worm gear. Original Falk caption reads, "A series of pictures taken in Weld Shop to illustrate steps in...
Description: Factory worker employee boring holes into engine crankcases at Milwaukee Works.
Description: Warehouse in Milwaukee's historic Third Ward transformed for its appearance in a made-for-TV movie as the Biograph Theatre in Chicago, where John Dillinger...
Date: 1919-09-12 ca.
Description: Looking west from the roof of the Northwestern Mutual home office at E. Wisconsin Avenue and N. Van Buren Street. City Hall is visible on the right. Captio...
Description: Elevated view of a tractor assembly line at Milwaukee Works, including factory workers and machines.
Description: Two seated men weld a sugar mill drive that was later purchased by E.L. Dennis Engineering Company of New Orleans, Louisiana and used by A. Wilbert's Sons...
Description: Original caption reads: "Milwaukee Works [factory] - Branch service managers watching tests of Diesel injection pump nozzles. Taken by McQuinn".
Description: Single helical mills gear that was later purchased by Nordberg and used by Universal Atlas Cement Company of Milwaukee. Original Falk caption reads, "23/29...
Date: ????-08-31 date unknown
Description: A mason at work puts mortar on a brick.
Description: Outlet trunnion that was a component for an outlet head on a cement mill. This product was purchased by F.L. Smidth and Company and then shipped to Mexico...
Description: Theodore A. Lutzen, a Falk employee, guides a pipe cap as it is being lowered. This unit was purchased by Vulcan Iron Works. Original Falk caption reads, "...
Description: This two pinion combining gear, a component of a main propulsion system was purchased by Fairbanks Morse and used by Falcon Carriers Incorporated. Original...
Description: A front view of the Layton House, which was originally an inn. Signs on the building indicate that at the time of the photograph it was the business of Car...
Description: Factory workers run machines in the Diesel [Engine] Machine Shop at Milwaukee Works.
Date: date unknown
Description: The industrial warehouse district in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. There are many horse-drawn wagons lined up along loading docks with various men working in the a...
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