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Description: Senator Alexander Wiley, in the lobby of the Schroeder Hotel in Milwaukee, with a group from the Boys Club holding campaign signs. They presented him with...
Description: Kiln pinion that was purchased by F.L. Smidth. Original Falk caption reads, "Grinding wheel touched shaft."
Date: 1918 ca.
Description: View from street of Willms home, 2025 S. 31st Street, Milwaukee. Home of Kunigunde (Dorn) Willms (1857-1941) and her daughters Anna (b. 1881) and Emma (18...
Description: A grandmother with daughter and granddaughter. They are nicely dressed for mother's day.
Description: This map shows settlers houses and businesses, trails, and swamps. The relief is shown by hachures. The map includes illustrations of historical buildings...
Date: 1974 ca.
Description: Two men applying systemic fungicide to an American Elm on a residential street through a gravity-feed.
Date: date unknown
Description: Three-quarter length seated studio portrait of William Lindsay, Milwaukee merchant.
Date: 1912 ca.
Description: "Metcalf for Governor" is painted on a truck for the campaign. Other phrases: "Vote Socialist For Your Children's Sake", "Vote Socialist Save Civilization"...
Description: Quarter-length studio portrait of Herman Fehr, Milwaukee lawyer.
Description: Employees and patrons gather around a beer and sandwich concession stand on the midway at the Wisconsin State Fair, where Gettelman On Tap is sold for 5 ce...
Description: Etched print of factory with inset of Bay State Works in lower right corner. Lake with ships in background, with busy, buggy covered roads in foreground....
Date: 1905 ca.
Description: Wisconsin Street looking east from Grand Avenue overlooking Buscule Bridge.
Description: The Oneida Street (East Wells) power plant, on the north side of Wells and east of the Milwaukee River. Presently, the building is the Milwaukee Repertory...
Description: Studio portrait of nurse Ada Straub in her uniform. Ada Straub was a cousin of Mrs. Anton Nelson (the mother of Gaylord Nelson), who was also a nurse.
Date: 1920 ca.
Description: Tractors, engines and parts on the floor of International Harvester's Milwaukee Works (factory).
Description: Portrait of the Seiden family (wife and in-laws of Salvator Moshe). Front row, from left: Thelma Seiden Moshe (wife), Max (father-in-law), Bessie (mother-...
Description: Letterhead of the Milwaukee Willow Works, a manufacturer of children's carriages, willow ware, and toys, with a three-quarter view of the company building,...
Description: Governor Gaylord Nelson throwing the first ball of the season at County Stadium.
Description: A mother reads stories on her front steps to children from around the block.
Description: Factory worker operates a machine suspended from the ceiling on a line of cream separators at Milwaukee Works.
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