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Description: A 4 pinion BOF drive that was purchased by Pennsylvania Engineering and used by Youngstown Sheet and Tube. Original Falk caption reads, "4 pinion BOF, shaf...
Date: 1881 after
Description: Stereograph. Memorial Hall and Post Office. The hall was dedicated on March 16, 1882. Capable of seating an audience of 500-600 for performances, the buil...
Date: 1940 ca.
Description: Grand Lodge of the Ancient and Honorable Fraternity of Free and Accepted Masons. This is the main headquarters of the Masons in Milwaukee, at 705 E. Wells...
Description: Wisconsin Avenue from East Water Street.
Description: Lincoln Beachey is considered by many to be the greatest aviator of his era. He is pictured here about to take off in his Curtiss pusher, wearing his signa...
Description: Model of the St. Mark's-in-the-Bouwerie Towers project, ca. 1927-1931, intended for New York City. Taken at an exhibit of the works of Frank Lloyd Wright a...
Description: This two pinion combining gear, a component of a main propulsion system was purchased by Fairbanks Morse and used by Falcon Carriers Incorporated. Original...
Description: Portrait of Hall of Fame Milwaukee Braves pitcher Warren Spahn in front of the dugout at County Stadium.
Date: date unknown
Description: Quarter-length studio portrait of Humphrey J. Desmond, Milwaukee lawyer, editor, and publisher.
Description: Mary Beaudry, a temporary employee at International Business Machines, works on word-processing and computer equipment.
Description: Quarter-length studio portrait of E.O. Ellsworth, Milwaukee chemical company secretary.
Description: Quarter-length studio portrait of John F. Cramer, Milwaukee publisher.
Description: Side view of courthouse. Several cars are parked on the road lining the courthouse, and a woman is stepping onto the sidewalk near a fire hydrant.
Description: A 1915 Packard Truck owned by the Simmons Manufacturing Company. The body was produced by the W.S. Seaman Company.
Description: Exterior of the International Harvester Company tent at the Wisconsin State Fair.
Description: Three men operate an International I-14 industrial tractor and a 300-gallon beam sprayer in an apple orchard. One man sits on the tractor while the other t...
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...
Description: Japanese businessmen visit an American manufacturing firm in South Milwaukee and pose inside a huge metal implement. The American firm is Bucyrus-Erie and...
Description: Portrait of Milwaukee Braves general manager John Quinn(?) seated at a desk.
Description: View from sidewalk of horse-drawn wagon on a tree-lined city street in a United Public Workers parade/demonstration. The wagon has a number of boys in it w...
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