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Description: Home of John Johnston (1836-1904), a successful Milwaukee banker, at 645 Franklin Place, also know as "The Lion House." Home is set back from the road, wit...
Description: Harvey Schmidt stands amongst a row of cows in a barn to use a portable milking machine.
Description: Horse pulling a wagon in front of the telephone building. There are many telephone poles and wires along the street.
Description: Exterior of house, located at 2432 West Kilbourn Avenue. House has three levels, and is surrounded by trees.
Date: 1938 ca.
Description: Wisconsin Club, Ninth Street and Wisconsin Avenue. Built as the Alexander Mitchell residence in 1876-1878. After his death, it was used as the quarters of...
Date: date unknown
Description: Interior view of Soldiers Home dining room with tables set with dishes.
Description: Stereograph. From the northeast (contrary to photographer's description.) A large tree stands in the center of the image along the drive, with the home be...
Description: Smoke is rising from a burning building in the city. The building on the left has a billboard supporting the Packers. A bridge and river can be seen in th...
Description: Boys Day at an indoor pool. A view from the balcony on the second floor overlooks the boys swimming in the pool below.
Date: 1899 ca.
Description: Exterior view of the building at the corner of N. 12th St. and W. St. Paul Avenue that housed Badger State Shoe Co. and Saveland Manufacturing Co. Two hors...
Description: Street cars and busy pedestrian traffic mingle in this view of the 200 West Water Street block in downtown Milwaukee.
Description: March for fair housing in Milwaukee. Father James Groppi is at the right.
Description: A crowd gathers for the dedication of the flag pole at Mitchell Park. The conservatory is in the background.
Description: The Taylor barn being moved through snow-covered fields by a truck. The barn is on a large bed platform. Other farm buildings are visible in the backgrou...
Description: Letterhead of Northwestern National Insurance Company of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, with a three-quarter view of the Mitchell Building, with people walking, rid...
Description: Label submitted to the state of Wisconsin for trademark registration. "Commander Beer, Milwaukee, Brewed and Bottled by Capitol Brewing company of Milwauke...
Description: Students boarding an International D-300 school bus. The bus is equipped with a one hundred and sixty-five inch Hicks body.
Date: 1960 ca.
Description: An adjunct of the Milwaukee Vocational and Adult Schools.
Description: A wide pathway in a wooded area has an arched trellis covered in vines. On the left is a small brick pedestal with a sign reading "Do Not Enter Here".
Description: Vintage automobiles on a Milwaukee Third Ward street used to represent a bank robbery in Mason City for the made-for-TV movie, "Dillinger".
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