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Date: 1902 ca.
Description: Grand Army of the Republic in Memorial Day Parade, on the north side of Main Street, between First and Water Streets. Iver Erickson's shoemaker shop is at...
Description: A downhill view of Main Street with a shoe store and other buildings on the left. Some homes and a church in the distance. Horses and wagons in the street...
Description: The shoe department in Burdick & Murray Co., located at 15-19 E. Main Street.
Date: 1940 ca.
Description: Storefront of the People's Bookstore showing a Lincoln and Jefferson display. An awning is over the adjacent smoke shop on the left, and on the exterior wa...
Description: Baron Brothers Department Store, 12-18 W. Mifflin Street, basement shoe department with four salesmen and a large number of women customers.
Description: W.T. Grant Company display window, 19 South Pinckney, featuring California Playshoes for $1.99 each.
Description: Businesses along West Main Street during the remodeling of the Blied Building, 29 West Main Street, after the top one and two stories have been removed. Bu...
Date: date unknown
Description: Pen and ink drawing of a small, naked boy holding an ice cream cone while wearing Cecil Sandals with the caption: "Beat the Heat in Cecil's Sandals."
Date: 1930 ca.
Description: View of 214 State Street, a storefront with a shoe display in the front window.
Description: Family Shoe Store, 214 State Street. The Orpheum Theatre is to the left and the Photoart House to the right.
Description: Fort Atkinson street scene with a truck parked in front of Beckman's Shoe Store. Next to Beckman's is Fort Furniture Mart and Fort Atkinson Savings Bank.
Description: View down Water Street. The buildings on the left side of the street have their awnings down, and the buildings on the right, which is in shade, have them...
Description: Looking south on S. 5th Street from W. National Avenue. The church steeples in the background are St. Stephen's Lutheran (left) and St. Stanislaus Catholic...
Description: Photographic postcard of Main Street. Buildings and trees line the street. Horse-drawn vehicles and pedestrians are on the street and the sidewalks. Text b...
Description: Refurbished store fronts along West Main Street at the corner of South Carroll Street. The building occupied by Walk-Over Shoe Store and Forbes-Meagher Mus...
Date: 1944 ca.
Description: Looking west from S. 73rd Street at the Capitol Theatre and surrounding commercial buildings along W. Greenfield Avenue. Automobiles are parked on both sid...
Description: Billhead of Chas. Bigelow & Company of Milwaukee, a manufacturer and dealer in boots, shoes, and leather, with an elephant wearing cuffed boots and a tasse...
Date: 1918-07-31 ca.
Description: Looking north on N. 3rd Street from W. Wisconsin Avenue towards the commercial district surrounding the Miller Hotel and Theater. There are streetcars, hor...
Date: 1954 ca.
Description: View from Capitol Park of the First National Bank building and other buildings on Pinckney Street. Cars are parked at an angle on the street.
Description: View from street of Mathew's Drug Store, which is a two-story brick building with large display windows on the first floor. A number of people are on sidew...
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