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Description: The Esser sisters, Julie and Jane, stand in a crib with their hands on the foot board. A lamb decal decorates the crib.
Description: Harvey Schmidt stands amongst a row of cows in a barn to use a portable milking machine.
Description: Employees and patrons gather around a beer and sandwich concession stand on the midway at the Wisconsin State Fair, where Gettelman On Tap is sold for 5 ce...
Description: Race car #26, possibly driven by Spencer Wishart, driving down a country road during the Vanderbilt Cup Race. Two houses are on the right behind fences an...
Date: 1900 ca.
Description: Paved driveway, cobblestones, leading to the loading platform of the Pabst Brewing Co. In the background, three horses stand near a wagon loaded with barre...
Date: date unknown
Description: A child sitting on a small chair in front of a dresser holding a stuffed toy. A doll is sitting on a bench nearby.
Description: "Dress" photograph of Marion Bloch taken at Harold Gauer's Brady Street apartment.
Description: Plan no. 3. Scale 2000 feet to one inch.
Date: 1904 after
Description: Merrill Hall. Main entrance is visible through trees, and three women are walking down the road towards the building.
Description: Quarter-length studio portrait of Nelson P. Hulst, Milwaukee engineer.
Description: Head and shoulders view of young couple, seated in subdued light in the Avant Garde Cafe Espresso.
Date: 1895 ca.
Description: Stereoview of Wisconsin Street looking south from the corner of East Water Street.
Date: 1914-10-20 ca.
Description: The Manhattan Building (tallest structure) on North 2nd Street between West Michigan Street and West Wisconsin Avenue.
Description: Elevated view of alley between houses in a neighborhood from railroad embankment. An elevated bridge is just visible in the far background. Text at foot of...
Description: The Sidell Sisters pose on either side of August Sidell (Uncle Sid). From left to right are Pierre Sidell, August Sidell and Violet (Billie) Sidell.
Description: A housewife shows off her newly-installed laundry room.
Description: A man and two women with piles of paper tickets being sorted for the upcoming theater season at the Fred Miller theater.
Description: Tire curing press that was later purchased by McNeil Akron Corporation. Falk caption reads, "14-90T, 10 P Spur, 7 inch face. Crank gears have two unique fe...
Description: Letterhead of the Riverside Sanitarium of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, with a view of the grounds, including three sanitarium buildings, and rows of trees in the...
Description: The J. Robert Taylor family. J. Robert Taylor, his wife Alma Reinhardt Taylor, and their three children, Donna, Frederick, and Ellen. They are dressed in c...
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