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Description: The First Ave Auto Garage, which seems to be an auto sales showroom, at 509 First Avenue in the S. Sixth Street neighborhood of Walker's Point is featured...
Description: Band, in full regalia, playing tubas, clarinets and trumpets as well as other instruments, outside at a Fourth of July parade. There is a brick building in...
Description: Letterhead of the E.R. Godfrey & Sons Company of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, with a red belt with a silver buckle across the top left. Examples of the company's...
Date: 1905 ca.
Description: J. Robert Taylor and his wife, Alma Reinhardt Taylor, sit for a portrait on a park bench.
Description: "James E. McAlpine" in tow of tug "Conrad Starke" on Milwaukee River. There is an open drawbridge in the background.
Date: 1940 ca.
Description: Elevated view of railroad yards with trains sitting on many of the tracks, with other tracks sitting empty. Steam is rising from trains in the background,...
Description: Color postcard of a bathing place on the water. A hill is behind the building, on top of which are a sign for a swimming school, and several houses.
Description: Film location in Milwaukee's Third Ward where parts of the made-for-TV movie "Dillinger" was shot in 1990.
Description: The Railroad YMCA building at S. 3rd and W. Florida Streets.
Date: 1914 ca.
Description: A view of the facade and side of the Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance Company building, taken from an elevated vantage point. The structure has a set of...
Description: A woman carefully steps off a Milwaukee streetcar. Original Falk caption reads, "Photos borrowed from Milwaukee County Transport for use in brochure 850801...
Description: Crowd in front of the home of Lew Burdette after the Milwaukee Braves defeated the New York Yankees to win the 1957 World Series. Pitcher Burdette won thr...
Description: West side of N. Water Street between E. Buffalo and E. Chicago Streets, featuring the Joys Building, with a contruction area in foreground. There are also...
Date: 1900 ca.
Description: Elevated view of busy street scene in downtown Milwaukee at the turn of the century showing a trolley, horse-drawn vehicles and pedestrians near an interse...
Date: 1881 before
Description: Stereograph. Elevated view of rooftops on the west side, with St. Mary's Convent in the background.
Description: Young men performing skateboard handstands on downtown sidewalks.
Description: Five children dressed in Halloween costumes with jack-o-lanterns hanging overhead. Two of them are Robert J. Taylor's daughters, Ellen and Donna Taylor.
Date: 1933-12-11 ca.
Description: This map shows residence, business, commercial, and industrial districts as well as streets, points of interest, and Lake Michigan.
Date: 1930 ca.
Description: 3000 W. Wisconsin Avenue. Completed in 1928, it is a Shriners mosque, and was designed by architects Clas and Shepard in Moorish Revival style. The buildin...
Description: W.M. Steinmeyer grocery building at the southeast corner of N. 3rd Street and W. Highland Avenue.
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