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Description: Four men planting shrubbery along the edge of a brick patio area outside of the Administration Building. A duplex house is visible in the background.
Description: Costume party at Gauer's home on Downer Avenue. Ruthe Distenfeld owned five appliance stores, Bernice Flower was Forrest Flower's wife (WPA Artist), and Be...
Description: Quarter-length studio portrait of Rupert R. Fry, Milwaukee insurance company president.
Description: The exterior of the first Pawling & Harnischfeger storefront from across a street. The text in the windows reads "Panyard Machinery & Pattern Works," "Mfrs...
Description: Milwaukee County Stadium on the day of the first game of the 1958 World Series, between the Milwaukee Braves and the New York Yankees. A man is being lower...
Description: Leaving Milwaukee harbor via tugboat, this was the final voyage of the Lucia B. Simpson. Made in 1928, the Simpson was the last of the lake lumber s...
Date: 1940 ca.
Description: Elevated view of Milwaukee railroad yards showing several trains on the tracks next to a large industrial building. The coal car in front of the locomotive...
Description: One-page menu from Kalt's Lunch Room at 230 Grand Avenue, with a handwritten menu mimeographed onto paper printed with the restaurant's name in distinctive...
Date: 1921-09-01 ca.
Description: Crowd of individuals at the Wisconsin State Fair with a view of the Colosseum in the background.
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: Seated waist-up studio portrait in front of a painted backdrop of Emanuel A. Wurster, Milwaukee company secretary and treasurer.
Description: View overlooking crowd of Allis-Chalmers employees on strike.
Description: Milwaukee River in the downtown area, looking south from the west side of the Wisconsin Avenue Bridge.
Date: 1914 ca.
Description: Factory workers working with gears at International Harvester's Milwaukee Works.
Date: date unknown
Description: A large Victorian-style house gutted by a fire. Ladders lean on the sides, reaching up to many different levels. Two people are on the roof spraying wate...
Description: BOF drive that was later purchased by Chicago Bridge and Iron Company and used by Crucible Steel of Midland, Pennsylvania. Falk caption reads, "Bull gear i...
Description: Fairgoers viewing a special exhibit of Milwaukee Braves memorabilia. This was the first season during which the Braves played in Milwaukee.
Description: Kids make a "train," with the bicyclist in the front pulling three girls on roller skates along a sidewalk.
Description: Outdoor news portrait of Timothy Vick of 3957 North 63rd Street, Milwaukee. News photo made in connection with a murder case; the murderer, going door-to-d...
Description: Quarter-length studio portrait of Louis Esser, Milwaukee jeweler.
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