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Date: 1955-07-13 before
Description: Milwaukee Braves owner Lou Perini and Wisconsin Governor Walter J. Kohler, Jr. converse at the baseball All-Star game held at Milwaukee County Stadium, Jul...
Description: Streetcar #254 of the Milwaukee Street Railway Company on the North Avenue line, together with three company employees. Two men sit on the front steps of a...
Description: Members of a musician's union play cards together.
Date: 1913-08-23 ca.
Description: Elevated view looking east from W. Wells street across the Milwaukee River. The E. Wells power plant (with arrow), Pabst Theater, and City Hall are on the...
Description: Players taking batting practice before game one of the 1958 World Series in Milwaukee County Stadium.
Date: 1885-06-23 before
Description: Menu card and satin overlay with the intertwined initials "M" and "A" for the Eighth Annual Banquet of the Merchants Association at Plankinton House. The f...
Description: Striking workers and police outside of Plankinton Meat Packing.
Description: View along shoreline of crowded Bradford beach.
Description: Quarter-length studio portrait of Charles Richard Van Hise, University of Wisconsin-Madison president.
Date: 1884-06-05 before
Description: Die-cut elongated octagonal menu for the 7th annual banquet of the Merchants Association at The Plankinton. On the cover is an oval portrait of a deer with...
Date: 1905 after
Description: Exterior of building. Men are visible on the sidewalk in front.
Date: 1913-09-12 ca.
Description: Looking south on N. Plankinton Avenue and N. 3rd Street, with the The Second Ward Savings Bank (now the Milwaukee County Historical Society) in the triangl...
Date: 1920 ca.
Description: Looking south from Oneida Street Bridge. Large buildings line the river edge. Another bridge is in the distance. Several buildings have flags on the roofs...
Description: This product was purchased by General Motors-Electro Motive Division and used by Litton Industries as a Great Lakes Ore Carrier. Falk caption reads, "Port...
Date: date unknown
Description: Billy Huber of Reading, PA, dubbed "America's most popular motorcycle competition rider" by the American Motorcycle Association, is shown astride his Harle...
Description: Aerial view of buildings with lake in distance.
Description: Outdoor portrait of a wedding party that includes the bride and groom (center), three bridesmaids, a flower girl, and a ring bearer. A fence and a house a...
Description: The newspaper used this building from 1907 until the mid or late 1920's. A few cars are parked in front of the building. A sign for the Good Fellow House...
Description: The Milwaukee Braves and the New York Yankees standing on the first and third baselines for the national anthem, "The Star-Spangled Banner".
Description: Quarter-length studio portrait of Emil Vilter, Milwaukee machinist.
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