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Date: date unknown
Description: Asian dignitaries, including a man and two women, are standing amidst a crowd, perhaps at a railroad station.
Description: View across street towards the Layton Home for Incurables (also called Layton Home for Invalids). The home was suggested by Frederick Layton's wife, Elizab...
Date: 1870 ca.
Description: Stereograph. Residence of Giudo Pfister, at 429 Jefferson Street. A tree stands between the sidewalk and the dirt road.
Description: Artist's rendering of a suite plan for Miller Park Stadium.
Description: TCD drive that was later purchased by U.S. Steel (Allegheny Project) and used by Gary Steel Works.
Description: Railroad station from across the street. The station has blue roofs, several cars are parked in front, and some trees are visible.
Description: Two speed increasers that were purchased and used by The Boeing Corporation/Vertol Division. Falk caption reads, "Test stand drives for helicopter componen...
Date: 1909 ca.
Description: Building with tower from street level. Two flags fly from the building. A short letter is written in the sky area of the postcard.
Date: 1917 ca.
Description: Looking down Grand Avenue to the east. The road is lined with automobiles, and cable car tracks are on the snow-covered street. A sign for Gimbel's is on t...
Description: The Milwaukee Journal Pathfinder car stopped on a bridge. Under the bridge is a stream with a small waterfall. Two women are on either side of the bridge...
Description: A 1915 Packard Truck owned by Armour and Company. Its body was produced by the W.S. Seaman Company.
Description: Artists rendering of the terrace concourse plan for Miller Park Stadium.
Date: 1905 ca.
Description: T.M.E.R. & L. Company. Right corner of building has a crowd of people on the sidewalk. On the right is a small line of trees and a man in the Express No....
Description: Elevated exterior view from across a street of the Golden Guernsey Dairy. Trucks are visible in open garages.
Date: 1915 ca.
Description: Group of cameramen waiting at train station, with American flags set up in the background.
Description: J. Robert Taylor and his wife, Alma Reinhardt Taylor, photographed in the front yard of a home with three young girls. The youngest girl is holding the han...
Description: Elevated view of a large factory room with workers and parts at Milwaukee Works.
Description: Design in blue art deco style for the Wisconsin Centennial 3 cent postage stamp.
Description: Quarter-length studio portrait of William DeForest Halsted, Milwaukee manufacturer.
Date: 1964 ca.
Description: From left: Louis Koplin's nephew, Lanny Lichter, daughter Anne Koplin, daughter Rita Koplin, son Steven Koplin.
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