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Description: The Sears and Roebuck Shoe Factory No. 1, with its image reflected in the water next to the factory.
Description: Electric cable car tracks run down the street and horse-drawn carts can be seen on the right side of the street. Electrical power lines are strung across t...
Description: View from sidewalk of the intersection of Main and First Streets, shows storefronts including A.F. Werner, Leading Clothier. A crowd is gathered, probably...
Description: Billhead of James Suydam of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, agent for the Goodyear Rubber Company, manufacturers of and wholesale dealers in all types of rubber good...
Description: West Mifflin Street on the Capitol Square showing, from left to right, Gerald's, a women's clothing store (in the Wisconsin Life Building); a Rennebohm Dru...
Date: 1905 ca.
Description: Mrs. Rossing's millinery shop. Left to right: Mrs. Rossing, Viola Rossing, Anna Davis and the trimmer.
Description: Letterhead of O.E. Fitch & Company, "Hatters and Gents' Furnishers", of Madison, Wisconsin, with a man's long-sleeved shirt with a banded collar, front pla...
Description: Men's clothing department with "island" counters and wall displays during the opening of the new Sears store at 1101 East Washington Avenue.
Description: Several men and women standing inside a department store next to tables piled with bolts of fabric. The store has a pressed tin ceiling.
Description: View down a narrow town street featuring automobiles and a horse and wagon. A man walks near a clothing store on the left.
Date: 1915 ca.
Description: Apprentice milliner in training surrounded by hats.
Description: Interior view of the new Edwin O. Olson & Son clothing store at 555 State Street.
Description: View of the Gottfried Tower, erected in 1895. A woman walks by the iron tower which features a white Statue of Liberty on top and a band platform ten feet...
Date: 1910 ca.
Description: View down Main Street. Horse-drawn carriages can be seen outside stores on the unpaved road.
Description: Drawing of a person's face and arms on a bowling pin, and wearing a bowling shirt. The caption reads: "Your Next Strike! in a Bowling Shirt from Ole's Clot...
Description: Window display at Baron Brothers Store, 12 - 18 W. Mifflin Street. Features two women's dresses.
Description: Partial composite panoramic view of the north side of the 600 block of State Street. Businesses include: MacNeil and Moore (women's clothing) and The Tower...
Description: Interior of a clothing store looking towards front of store. In the foreground on tables are piles of folded pants. Bolts of cloth and shirts are on the ta...
Description: Exterior night view of the Nancee Hat Shop at 7 South Pinckney Street featuring hats, purses and an Art Deco entrance.
Description: The West State Street shopping district. Electric lights and power lines can be seen overhead. Business signs read: "The Register-Gazette" "Edison Light" a...
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