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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: 1928-03-17 ca.
Description: Interior of Firestone Tire Store, perhaps on N. Jefferson Street, north of E. Wells Street. Displays of merchandise including tires, tubes and other auto p...
Description: Standing atop a special vehicle fitted with a body built to resemble a camera, Taylor found the ideal vantage point from which to cover a news event. The c...
Date: date unknown
Description: Bracken Brae, country home of John Johnston (1836-1904), a successful Milwaukee banker.
Description: The Lowell Damon house, east elevation or front.
Date: 1955 ca.
Description: Exterior of library building with entrance to the left of center.
Date: 1909 ca.
Description: Front facade of building from across the street. A portion of the dome can be seen on the roof. There is a median strip with a sculpture of a man on top of...
Description: Elevated view of Reed Street from the corner of South Water Street. This depot served the Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Paul, the Wisconsin Central, and the M...
Date: 1939 ca.
Description: Seven children wearing coats and hats play in front of a roofed entrance of two-story house. One child has a tricycle, another is holding a doll. An automo...
Description: The Ludington Building, built in 1881 on the southeast corner of North Plankinton Avenue and West Wells Street, featuring the Singer Sewing Machine store.
Date: 1870 ca.
Description: Stereograph. Residence of Giudo Pfister, at 429 Jefferson Street. A tree stands between the sidewalk and the dirt road.
Date: 1910 ca.
Description: View down Oneida Street, looking west, showing City Hall.
Description: Elevated view of Mitchell Bank and Chamber of Commerce.
Description: There were several businesses in Greendale, including a Co-op grocery store, variety store, post office, movie theater and a doctor and dentist office. The...
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...
Date: 1904 after
Description: Chicago & Northwestern Railway Station. The station with the clock tower is on the right, and the tracks and train shed are on the left. Pedestrians are...
Description: Color map, hand-drawn with comic figures engaged in various activities throughout map. Bordered by the river on the left and Lake Michigan on the right, in...
Date: 1910 before
Description: Juneau Park. Statue is on the of a hill near a road. At the bottom of the hill are railroad tracks, trains, and a station. The city is visible in the backg...
Description: Cover of an advertising brochure for the Milwaukee Harvester Company featuring a color chromolithograph illustration of a farmer in a field operating a hor...
Description: View of Wisconsin Street at night.
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