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Description: Design in shades of red for 3 cent Wisconsin Centennial postage stamp with farming and industry theme.
Date: 1897 after
Description: Men pushing and pulling two carts, one with a barrel, around a street corner.
Date: 1904 after
Description: West from Ninth Street. Elevated view taken from on top of a building. Churches and trees line the road, which has a strip of land with monuments in the...
Description: A group of children and adults at a wading pool in a park.
Date: 1881 before
Description: Stereograph. Elevated view of rooftops on the west side, with St. Mary's Convent in the background.
Date: date unknown
Description: Front view of three trains in a snow-filled train yard. The middle train is an old-fashioned steam engine flanked by more modern trains. Three men are sta...
Description: Five railroad employees pose on Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway engine no. 1223 at the Chestnut Street yard. Left to right are yardman Jack Meyer, ya...
Description: Ernesto Chacon, a grape boycott organizer from Milwaukee, is wearing a jacket, sunglasses and a necklace around his neck. He is holding a United Farmworker...
Date: 1905 ca.
Description: Tower of building is on the right. The road curves in front of the building, with trolley tracks visible.
Description: Elevated view from City Hall Square, including the Blatz Hotel, Pabst Theater, a fountain, and a streetcar.
Date: 1914-03-03 ca.
Description: Looking east on W. Wisconsin Avenue from approximately N. 4th Street with the Wisconsin Hotel on the left and the Majestic building on the right with a Gim...
Description: Village Hall in the distance, as seen down Broad Street. There is an automobile parked on the left and on the right, a sign reads "Caution Speed 20 Mile Pe...
Description: Father James Groppi marches with African American teenage girls who are carrying signs that read, "Stop Bussing For Segregation" and "Stop School Segregati...
Description: Two men stand near the back of an International D-246-F truck outfitted with a cement mixer body. The truck is owned by Tews Lime & Cement Company.
Date: 1870 ca.
Description: Stereoview of the Bradley & Metcalf building in the 300 block of East Water Street. On the corner first floor is Booth & Maynard's store which was located...
Description: Small postcard partially colored. View also includes two trees and a horse-drawn carriage.
Date: 1910 ca.
Description: Marks the birthplace of Milwaukee's first white boy, erected by Brodhead Estate.
Description: Members of United Packinghouse Workers of America Local 248 paraded on Wisconsin Avenue to draw attention to the fact that employees of the Packer Packing...
Date: 1940 before
Description: Formerly the home of Alexander Mitchell, at West Wisconsin Avenue and Tenth Street; in 1917 it became the Wisconsin Club. Entrance gate in the winter. Wr...
Description: A man is sitting at the wheel of a gas powered bulldozer. In the background are equipment, supplies, and a truck with the "US Dept of Agriculture / Farm Se...
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