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Description: A man stands next to a Guernsey cow in the International Harvester tent at the Wisconsin State Fair. A sign reads, "Why We Are Not Displaying Our Full Line...
Description: Pier lined with people fishing on a lake (probably Lake Michigan). Men are returning toward shore and others are sitting, lined along the length of the pie...
Date: 1930 ca.
Description: Close-up of statue in Juneau park. His right hand is holding a rifle, his left hand is resting on his belt. His name is inscribed on the middle level of th...
Description: A crowd of spectators looks at a McCormick Farmall tractor on display at the Wisconsin State Fair. The tractor is an F-12.
Description: A special 1921 Hudson. The body was produced by the W.S. Seaman Company.
Description: Milwaukee works. Long steel mill located on the bank of either a lake or a river. Multitudes of smokestacks, tracks, and small buildings.
Description: Quarter-length studio portrait of Frederick Layton, Milwaukee butcher.
Description: Interior of the Milwaukee factor of the W.S. Seaman Company, a manufacturer of bodies for various automobile companies. In 1919 Nash Motors purchased a ha...
Description: Quarter-length studio portrait of Charles Richard Van Hise, University of Wisconsin-Madison president.
Date: date unknown
Description: Elevated view of boats and sailing ships along port.
Description: Crowd of men gathered around a car sitting near the curb. The back of the car appears almost crushed while portions of the front remain relatively intact.
Date: 1939 ca.
Description: A beach on Lake Michigan near the Milwaukee Yacht Club. Men, women, and children relax on the beach. In the background many boats are on the water.
Description: Shows Milwaukee and Waukesha counties, and parts of Dodge, Washington, Ozaukee, Jefferson, Walworth, and Racine counties. Includes indexes of "Cities, Town...
Date: 1912 before
Description: View of the Alhambra Theatre Building on the corner of W. Wisconsin Avenue and N 4th Street. A U.S. flag flies from the top of the building.
Description: Paper mill debarker drum that was purchased and used by the Manitowoc Shipbuilding Company. Man in photograph is unidentified.
Description: Factory workers at a long bench and at various work stations in a large room at Milwaukee Works.
Date: 1905 after
Description: Exterior of building from across the street. Four stories tall with a small section of peaked and decorated roof at the corner.
Description: Female cast members of the play “How the Story Grew” performed during the Milwaukee Turners Winterfest.
Date: 1921-05-22 ca.
Description: Crowd of spectators attend a dedication ceremony for a World War I monument in Humboldt Park. Caption on glass plate reads, "Humboldt Park, Unveiling Bay V...
Description: To escape the heat, teenage girls have a water fight in the backyard pool they built.
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