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Date: 1910 ca.
Description: Elevated view of Wisconsin Avenue looking east, probably from the Pabst Building.
Date: 1890 ca.
Description: Drawing of a two-story school house. A bell tower is on the roof, a tree and a lamp post and fence are next to the road.
Date: 1900 ca.
Description: This map shows landownership, railroads, roads, churches, schools, cemeteries, post offices, townships, city wards, Lake Michigan, and rivers. The map incl...
Description: A grassy field and trees near Demien Lake, part of the "greenbelt."
Description: Quarter-length studio portrait of Leopold Heimann, Milwaukee merchant and manufacturer.
Date: date unknown
Description: Quarter-length studio profile portrait of Daniel Eugene Frost, Stevens Point lawyer.
Date: 1930 ca.
Description: Wisconsin Club, until 1917 the Deutscher Club. Formerly the home of Alexander Mitchell.
Description: Quarter-length portrait of George O. Bergstrom, Neenah stove manufacturer.
Description: The Milwaukee Braves and the New York Yankees standing on the first and third baselines for the national anthem, "The Star-Spangled Banner".
Description: Costume party portrait of Angie Vail (nee Sianjn), taken in Harold Gauer's Brady Street apartment. On the wall a small American flag is propped on the apar...
Description: Three-quarter length portrait of Grace Hayman Fowle. She is wearing gloves, and a fur-trimmed cloak over a flower printed and ruffled dress. Grace was the...
Description: Bloch as a monster character, possibly for use in Brutal magazine or the scrapbooks. Taken at the Brady Street Lab. Gauer--this might just be a file...
Description: A 1914 Ford truck, the body of which was produced by the W.S. Seaman Company.
Description: Quarter-length studio portrait of Edgar Liberty Wood, Milwaukee lawyer.
Description: View from a distance of a fire. A large cloud of smoke billows out of the burning building and fire fighters climb on a ladder. A building in the foregrou...
Description: Walking dragline that was later purchased by Marion Power Shovel Company. Falk caption reads, "130 yard power dragline propel crank. Pattern 261C17. Castin...
Description: Actor Jack Carson congratulates the winner of the Wisconsin Dairy Queen at the Wisconsin State Fair, while another competitor looks on.
Description: Golden Jubilee of the Milwaukee Turners 1853-1903. Seven oval portraits of men with their names listed, mounted on a decorated mat.
Date: 1905 ca.
Description: Canal with several ships, mostly small steam-engine cargo ships.
Description: Patricia Ferneding of Hartland, Wisconsin takes her Lightweight Hunter named Just So over a jump at the Wisconsin State Fair. Miss Ferneding won the Ladies...
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