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Description: News portrait of Donald A. Buchanan of Minneapolis. Buchanan, then living at the Rescue Mission in Milwaukee, was overcome by gas while he was trying to re...
Description: A group of Jewish people dressed as Old Testament characters standing in front of the flag of Israel .
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...
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: Quarter-length studio profile portrait of D.E. Webster, Milwaukee company manager.
Description: A man with a "King Pin" bowling pin crown on his head peers through curtains at the Lithographers Intercity Bowling Dinner Dance.
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...
Date: 1968 date unknown
Description: Father Groppi in the midst of a group of people.
Description: Quarter-length studio portrait of John C. Spooner, Madison lawyer.
Description: Quarter-length studio portrait of William Watson Perry, Milwaukee company secretary.
Description: This unit was purchased and used by Armstrong Rubber Company. Original Falk caption reads, "Design horsepower-3143; service horsepower-1500; service factor...
Description: Quarter-length studio portrait of A.C. Umbreit, Milwaukee lawyer.
Description: Robert Bloch wearing a dress, a blonde wig, eyeglasses and a feathered hat, strums a ukulele while holding a cigarette and sticking his tongue out. On the...
Description: Obreros Unidos (United Workers) demonstrators painting signs at a Milwaukee rally. In the background, a man is painting the National Farmworker's (NFW) Azt...
Description: Elevated view of shop floor of an early Pawling and Harnischfeger 20-ton type "N" dial controlled cab-operated traveling crane. The crane is in machine sho...
Description: BOF drive that was later purchased by Chicago Bridge and Iron Company and used by Crucible Steel of Midland, Pennsylvania.
Date: 1921 ca.
Description: Workers handling long rows of parts at International Harvester's Milwaukee Works.
Description: Quarter-length publicity portrait of Robert Doyle, dressed in his uniform. This image was published with some of his articles in the Milwaukee Journal
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...
Description: Posed group shot of the United Steelworkers of America District 32 Convention Resolutions Committee. The men wear suits and are all sitting or standing aro...
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