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Date: 1909 ca.
Description: Looking south from Oneida Street bridge at night.
Date: 1905 ca.
Description: Club building exterior. Club has three levels, with a five story tower. Originally a home turned into a club, the building has many windows, a few balconie...
Date: 1900 ca.
Description: Library in the home of John Johnston (1836-1904), a successful Milwaukee banker, located at 645 Franklin Place, also known as "The Lion House." The dining...
Date: 1910 ca.
Description: View from dirt road, with buildings grouped on the left, with mailboxes, trees and a fence lining the road on the right. Horse-drawn carts are on the road,...
Date: 1905-06-08 ca.
Description: Milwaukee Free Press building at E. Wisconsin Avenue and N. Broadway (built as Northwestern Mutual's home office in 1870).
Description: Three students listen to an instructor talk about a lithographic camera in a graphic arts class at the Milwaukee Institute of Technology.
Description: Letterhead for the Commandos Project I organization.
Date: 1957 ca.
Description: Downtown street on a rainy night.
Description: Exterior of the Armory, with the police station on the right, and private residence on the left.
Description: A Falk employee, George Cira, inspects the components of a later ejection box. This unit was purchased by Central Foundry, a division of the General Motors...
Description: This map shows buildings, lots, parks, schools, pumping stations, sites reserved for churches, and water towers.
Date: 1956 before
Description: Exterior of building, which was first occupied in June 1885. It stood at the corner of 18th and Wells Streets.
Description: Veterinarians examining Samson, the Milwaukee zoo's star 32-year-old gorilla, after attempting to revive him after he had collapsed while feeding in the zo...
Description: Striking members of the United Automobile Workers union at the Allis Chalmers plant in West Allis.
Description: Man and woman napping on the rocks with their hats down over their eyes as they fish for salmon.
Description: Four generations are represented in this photograph of a newborn baby with his mother, grandmother, and great grandmother.
Description: Oscar Rennebohm distributing Republican Party campaign literature during the 1956 campaign, probably in the Milwaukee area. The brochure he is holding urg...
Description: A man oversees the manufacturing process of a roll drive pinion which was purchased by E.W. Bliss Company of Salem, Ohio, and used by Empire Steel Company....
Description: Quarter-length portrait of Lewis M. Alexander, Port Edwards banker and paper manufacturer.
Date: 1912 before
Description: View looking east on Grand Avenue from the corner of Grand Avenue and 2nd Street. Plankinton Block was located between West Water (now Plankinton Street) a...
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