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Description: Elevated view from a hill of an alley connecting Park Hill Avenue and Mount Vernon Avenue, looking west from the Interurban Line. There is a person on top...
Description: Sears Roebuck department store interior.
Description: View along shoreline of crowded Bradford beach.
Description: Men at desks in the Pawling & Harnischfeger advertising department. Large windows on left look out towards another building, and men on equipment can be se...
Description: "The Harmonians" performing at a picnic to raise money for striking Allis-Chalmers workers.
Description: Senator Walter Mondale of Minnesota was a featured speaker at an agricultural conference in Milwaukee. Here he leans across the head table to speak with s...
Description: Factory workers produce artillery shells at International Harvester's Milwaukee Works. Original caption reads: "75-Millimeter Shell Manufacture. The convey...
Description: Roland Sieg wipes pie from his face with a smile, after someone threw enough ping pong balls in a bucket to win a chance to hit him with a pie at a carniva...
Description: Lithographed poster by Lipman of Milwaukee.
Description: View of a 13 foot diameter hub gear that is a later component of a basic oxygen furnace drive. This gear was purchased and used by the Bethlehem Steel Corp...
Date: 1959 ca.
Description: Elevated view of Central Building. Seven story building with a walkway connecting to the second floor over the road on the right. Cars are parked in front...
Date: 1902 ca.
Description: The Pabst Park beer garden and Park Bar at N. 3rd Street and W. Garfield Avenue (later renamed Garfield and Rose Park).
Date: date unknown
Description: Waist-up seated studio portrait of F.L. Mitchell.
Description: Students wearing face masks and sterile gowns visit the delivery room at Doctors Hospital as part of a family living class. The student on the right who is...
Description: Letter from Thomas Steel, Waukesha County physician and farmer, to his father, James Steel, in London, England. It includes a hand-drawn map of Milwaukee C...
Description: A 1915 Packard Truck owned by Armour and Company. Its body was produced by the W.S. Seaman Company.
Date: 1910 ca.
Description: Students at work in the carpentry and woodworking shop at the Milwaukee School of Trades.
Description: Men working outdoors to fill what appears to be sand bags. Some of the bags are marked with a "P." There are industrial buildings in the background.
Description: Right side view of locomotive engine no. 2861, a steam locomotive of the Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul and Pacific Railroad Company.
Description: Elevated view of hotel at a street corner. The Majestic is the tallest building in the image. Signs designate two of the buildings, with a smaller buildin...
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