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Description: A view looking down Canal Street, featuring cars, pedestrians, trolleys, and a variety of storefronts.
Date: 1905 ca.
Description: Street lined with storefronts, horse-drawn carts, an electric cable car and pedestrians. Electric power lines hang over the street. Business signs read: "F...
Description: Advertisement in picture frame for Beauty Wear "Pretty as a Picture" hosiery.
Description: Exterior of the Olson and Veerhusen men's store and tailoring shop located at 7-9 North Pinckney Street.
Description: View of Main Street from the middle of the street looking down the street. Cars are parked on either side of the street. On the left side, there is a woman...
Description: View of Holden Street lined with storefronts, pedestrians and automobiles. Business signs read: "Lobran's" "Russell Brothers Quality Clothes Shop" and "A.A...
Date: 1924-05-14 ca.
Description: Merchant's and Manufacturer's Bank Building on the east side of N. Plankinton Avenue between W. Wisconsin Avenue and W. Wells Street. The Empire Theater is...
Description: Cars are parked at the curbs along the shops. The visible shop signs are Guernsey Restaurant, Ludden's, Ludden's Store for Men, Billiard Hall, The Sanitary...
Description: Kessenich's mannequin dressed in jacket dress, hat and shoes.
Description: The factory of William E. Belles, with the text, "William E. Belles MFGR of Men's and Boy's Night Robes".
Description: Two men converse in the general store area of the Mt. Victory truck stop. The man on the right is holding a cigarette. Shoes are arranged on the countertop...
Date: 1920 ca.
Description: A view down a street in the business district which includes numerous cars, pedestrians, and storefronts.
Description: The southeast corner of the Friend Brothers Clothing Company at N. Broadway and E. Michigan Street.
Description: Exterior view of Schuette Brothers Store on S. Eighth Street. There are two horse-drawn vehicles in front of the store. There is a small mannequin in the s...
Description: Letterhead of Anton Kieren, of Boscobel, Wisconsin, "Merchant Tailor, and Dealer in Clothing, Hats, Caps, Shirts, Trunks, Valises, Traveling Bags, &c.", wi...
Description: Kessenich's mannequin dressed in dress, coat, hat, purse and gloves and shoes.
Description: Richard Bosold, a member of the Boy Scout Troop 16 at Blessed Sacrament Catholic school, delivers one of the civil defense posters to Robert Schmitz, gener...
Description: Simpson's women's clothing store, with Art Deco sign, located at 23-25 Pinckney Street on the Capitol Square.
Description: Rows of cars are parked at shops on Main Street. The shop signs (from left to right) are: Doctor R.H. Merrifield Dentist, Clem Meyer — Dry Goods and Grocer...
Description: Miss Helen King models a new rubber bathing costume with beach ball. This was the current fashion of the day and was made by U.S. Rubber Co.
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