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Description: A team portrait of the Lauftenberg Brothers Company women's bowling team at the Lutheran Center.
Description: Sample tables in the Grain Exchange Room of the Chamber of Commerce Building. The Milwaukee Grain Exchange was a pioneer in grain trading with their develo...
Date: 1930 ca.
Description: Historic marker placed on the site of the first cabin built in Milwaukee, 1795. A replica cabin is behind. The plaque says: On this site the first permane...
Date: 1911 before
Description: The Milwaukee Journal car on the side of the road in the countryside. The two women are sitting in the car, and two men are sitting on the side and front...
Date: 1910 ca.
Description: Young ladies with large straw hats standing on the sidewalk. One holds a basket while another crouches down holding a purse. A child is standing with the...
Description: Two factory workers pour molten metal into diesel engine crankcase forms at the Milwaukee Works foundry. Photograph taken by Don Jones.
Description: This map is pen and ink on paper and is map 12 in a series of 12. The map shows streets, railroad lines, the Kinnickinnic River, and Lake Michigan.
Description: Lynn Sneary's artistic rendering of an overhead front view of Miller Park Stadium.
Date: 1900 ca.
Description: 40 North Prospect Avenue. Built ca. 1860, E.T. Mix, architect. House is three stories with a small tower on the roof. To the right is the yard with smal...
Description: Quarter-length studio portrait of A.N. Ritz, Milwaukee manufacturer.
Description: View down Grand Avenue. Near a streetcar, the city's Civil War memorial, erected in 1898 by John Conway, can be seen.
Date: 1919 ca.
Description: A Lawson Air Liner under construction at the Milwaukee plant. The cockpit and cabin have been enclosed with exterior plates, and the tail structure is visi...
Date: 1939 ca.
Description: View from inside arch of building looking out to City Hall. A street is visible below, with a parking lot full of cars, and several other buildings.
Description: Post Office workers in mail room.
Description: A sign on the roof of a car that says, "Grapes = Poverty" supporting the United Farmworkers (UFW)/AFL-CIO grape boycott. The car is parked on a street in f...
Description: Poster advertising the first annual Spring Festival and Entertainment event held on June 14, 1924 by the Knights of the Ku Klux Klan (KKK). There is an ima...
Description: Elevated view of a man filling a bucket with coal from a dispenser on the back of an International truck owned by Northwest Side Coal Company. The text on...
Description: Secondary TCD drives that were purchased by U.S. Steel (Allegheny Project) and used by Gary Steel Works. Male employee in photograph is R. Moreno.
Date: 1917 ca.
Description: Photographic postcard showing the stick control assembly for the Lawson Military Tractor 2 (M.T.2), attached to the floor board of the plane.
Description: Four members of Milwaukee's NAACP Youth Council Commandoes sit in a car outside the home of Police Chief Harold Brier at 3139 S. 50th Street.
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