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Description: Two Falk employees, Arthur Hirt on the left, and Karl Becker on the right, attend to a large gear. This particular unit was purchased and used by United St...
Date: 1915 ca.
Description: Man assembling a load-brake ratch on a type "A" trolley, possibly at the Pawling and Henry plant. The man is leaning over, and behind him is a drop cloth.
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...
Date: date unknown
Description: A group portrait taken next to an automobile, consisting of a woman (probably Alma Reinhardt Taylor) with hand on car, one boy (probably Fred Taylor) on th...
Date: 1901-06-09 ca.
Description: View across water of rowboats and canoes on small lake, perhaps Lake Park. On the far shoreline a large crowd is gathered, and on a hill behind them a buil...
Description: Norman Ebron Band, members of American Federation of Musicians, segregated Local 587, play stand-up bass, coronet, clarinet and piano in front of a white a...
Date: 1926-08-18 ca.
Description: Construction workers and early construction machinery being driven by horses in a residential neighborhood.
Description: Gear coupling that was purchased by A.G McKee and Company and used by Fior De Venezuela of South America. Falk caption reads, "Iron ore briquette roll driv...
Description: A line of cars ready for the start of a race, possibly taking place at the State Fair. Spectators are in the background.
Description: Quarter-length studio portrait of James M. Walsh, Milwaukee company president.
Description: A boy in a hat sits in a car with an air pressure calliope attached to the side. The keyboard is attached to the driver's side rear passenger door. Men are...
Description: Quarter-length studio portrait of Edward August Uhrig, Milwaukee company president.
Description: Members of Milwaukee Livestock Handlers, Local 567 of the Amalgamated Meatcutters and Butcher Workers Union, celebrate their 10th anniversary.
Description: A group of men are lined up on motorcycles on a track preparing to race.
Description: Political "masterminds" at work during the Zeidler campaign in rented offices.
Description: The Milwaukee police approach a line of NAACP Youth Council members in an attempt to break up a demonstration.
Description: Vignetted quarter-length portrait of Elizabeth Hayman Layton. She was the sister of Joel Hayman, and the wife of Frederick Layton, who she married in 1851.
Description: A man dressed in a football uniform demonstrates the art of drop-kicking the football. This is one of several demonstrations of strobe light functions at...
Description: Quarter-length studio portrait of Emil Harlow Ott, Milwaukee merchant.
Description: Quarter-length studio portrait of Michael Kruszka, Milwaukee publisher.
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