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Date: 1905 ca.
Description: Now Wisconsin Avenue. Horse-drawn vehicles are on the road.
Description: Men clearing groudn at International Harvester's Milwaukee Works factory for the addition of a six-story machine shop.
Date: date unknown
Description: Stereographic view of two workers placing barrels of coal onto wheelbarrows to unload off a ship.
Description: The southeast corner of the Friend Brothers Clothing Company at N. Broadway and E. Michigan Street.
Description: Billy Huber of Reading, PA, dubbed "America's most popular motorcycle competition rider" by the American Motorcycle Association, is shown astride his Harle...
Description: View down Grand Avenue. Near a streetcar, the city's Civil War memorial, erected in 1898 by John Conway, can be seen.
Date: 1891 ca.
Description: This map shows railroads, street railways, roads, wards, block numbers, parks, and one mile concentric circles indicating distance from Post Office. Also i...
Description: A boy wearing overalls and holding a Pepsi bottle standing near a trash pile on a street curb.
Date: 1856 ca.
Description: A watercolor of the Catholic Cathedral in Milwaukee, with well-dressed pedestrians strolling on the street. Hölzlhuber was choirmaster here between 1856 an...
Description: This map shows lot and block numbers, wards, roads, railroads, some landowners’ names, and selected buildings. The map includes an inset map of Glidden & L...
Description: Street parade led by four men on horses with a marching band following. A crowd is gathered to watch the parade. People are sitting on benches in a park on...
Date: 1910 ca.
Description: Front facade of library building from across the street behind a median strip, which has a statue and a sign that reads "Keep Off the Grass".
Description: Two children making mud pies in the dirt in the space between the street and sidewalk. They are dressed in warm clothes and hats. In the background a man i...
Description: This map shows sewers, intercepting sewers, manholes, block numbers, streets, railroads, parks, cemeteries, and Lake Michigan. The right margin reads: "Tot...
Description: Building is on a street corner. Road in front is crowded with pedestrians, horse-drawn vehicles, and trolleys. Nine flags are at various points on the ro...
Description: Color postcard of the New Auditorium. Road in front has three cars, several horse-drawn carriages, and several people.
Date: 1840 ca.
Description: Sod-breaker and five yoke of oxen plowing in front of the “Old Cottage Inn”. In the foreground a boat is on the shoreline.
Description: Boys, men, and horses hauling a boat with ropes.
Description: Elevated view of Majestic Theater Vaudeville building, with pedestrians on the street, along with a streetcar and horse-drawn vehicles. The Schlitz Hotel i...
Description: A police officer directs a parade of circus wagons carried on International trucks through downtown streets. The 25-piece parade originated at Circus World...
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