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Description: Elevated view of Milwaukee buildings as seen from City Hall, including churches, the Milwaukee Central Police Station and Light Horse Squadron Armory on Br...
Date: 1920 ca.
Description: Tracks are underneath the viaduct in the bottom of the image, and houses line the right side.
Description: A view of a T.M.E.R. and L Company streetcar and its operators. Several passengers are visible inside the streetcar. Original Falk caption reads, "Photos b...
Description: Senator Gaylord Nelson chats with Wisconsin constituents at a political event.
Date: 1948-08 ca.
Description: A crowd of people outside of the Wisconsin At Work Building at the Wisconsin Centennial Exposition at the State Fair Park. A blimp emblazoned with the word...
Description: Artist's rendering of a suite interior at Miller Park Stadium.
Description: This map shows additions and subdivisions to Milwaukee, city wards, roads, railroads, and selected buildings. This map was engraved to accompany the city d...
Date: 1956 after
Description: Exterior view of monument to Milwaukeeans killed in the Second World War and the Korean Conflict.
Description: Memohead of the Northwestern Lithographing Company of Milwaukee, art lithographers, with a flying winged female figure in flowing robes, holding an artist'...
Description: Cawker Building and surrounding commercial district at the northeast corner of N. Plankinton and W. Wells Streets.
Date: 1924-06-28 ca.
Description: Kramer's Clothing shop, located on the north side of W. Wisconsin Avenue between N. 5th and N. 6th streets. Inside, displays of men's clothing merchandise...
Description: President Taft walking along a path at the Soldier's Home where he addressed veterans. Several others accompany the President, including Mayor David S. Ros...
Description: Students boarding an International D-300 school bus. The bus is equipped with a one hundred and sixty-five inch Hicks body.
Description: Factory workers in the machine shop at International Harvester's Milwaukee Works.
Description: Dry dock hoist drive that is a component of a Pearlson Syncrolift. This product was later purchased by Pearlson Engineering. Original Falk caption reads, "...
Date: date unknown
Description: Hotel is on the left, and the Y.M.C.A. is next door. Across the street is a building with a billboard for the Boston Store, Coca-Cola, and furnished rooms.
Description: Workers and inspectors of a mechanized concrete pour somewhere in Milwaukee County. By 1920 Milwaukee was famous for its 18-foot wide concrete roads, the c...
Description: All seven siblings in the Marnell family line up for their polio inoculations.
Date: 1905 ca.
Description: Three men standing in a junkyard with piles of wheels, chairs, and other wooden items in the background near the side of a building. The ground is littere...
Description: This maxipress purchased by The National Machinery Company. Falk caption reads, "6000 ton maxipress, 23-120T .7854DP (4 inch CP), 16 inch face. Gear: alloy...
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