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Description: BOF drive that was later purchased by Chicago Bridge and Iron Company and used by Crucible Steel of Midland, Pennsylvania.
Description: Milwaukee streetcar and its passengers. Original Falk caption reads, "Photos borrowed from Milwaukee County Transport for use in brochure 850801. Originals...
Description: View of the Burgmaster Machine in Shop 3. Male employee in photograph is Kem Megal.
Date: 1968 ca.
Description: Three members of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People Youth Council Commandos (Milwaukee) kneel over George Wallace presidential...
Date: date unknown
Description: Quarter-length portrait of Walter H. Gendfelt, Milwaukee company president.
Description: Fuel station attendant pumping gas from an International DR-60 Mobiloil fuel truck at Wadhams Oil Company. The gas station is built in a Chinese-style arch...
Description: Quarter-length portrait of H.O. Brumder, Milwaukee publisher.
Description: Members of the Farm Equipment Workers Union hand out leaflets at the International Harvester Co. plant during the Union's convention. A small crowd of peop...
Description: Astronaut James A. Lovell and his wife during a visit to Wisconsin. One measure of Lovell's celebrity status is the fact that it is Wisconsin's governor,...
Description: Quarter-length studio portrait of Joe J. Stehling, Milwaukee engineer and manufacturer.
Date: 1920 ca.
Description: Worker forming the tip of a steel rod at International Harvester Milwaukee Works. The factory was owned by the Milwaukee Harvester Company until 1902.
Description: Father James Groppi and students from Boniface School join the public school boycott. They're clapping their hands and appear to be chanting.
Description: This two pinion combining gear, a component of a main propulsion system was purchased by Fairbanks Morse and used by Falcon Carriers Incorporated. Original...
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
Description: Quarter-length studio portrait of Albert Slocum, Milwaukee manufacturer.
Date: 1914 ca.
Description: The exterior of carnival banners with people gathered in front of them. Probably depicting "Gay Paree" at the State Fair.
Description: Two seated men weld a sugar mill drive that was later purchased by E.L. Dennis Engineering Company of New Orleans, Louisiana and used by A. Wilbert's Sons...
Description: Quarter-length studio portrait of Frederick N. Finney, Milwaukee civil engineer.
Description: Two men are racing small horse-drawn buggies on a dirt track. Groups of people are watching from the stands. Behind the stands is a vine-covered building...
Description: Installation of officers, Local 1131, United Electrical Workers (The Louis Allis Company), South Side Armory Hall.
Left to right: Phil Smith, field org...
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