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Date: 1910 ca.
Description: View from dirt road, with buildings grouped on the left, with mailboxes, trees and a fence lining the road on the right. Horse-drawn carts are on the road,...
Description: A 1914 Franklin, the body of which was created by the W.S. Seaman Company.
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: Richard Bublitz, William Mackowiak and Edward McPhetridge looking through a window at a sausage display in a delicatessen owned by Charles E. (Bud) Gillett...
Description: Quarter-length studio portrait of Edward Scofield, Oconto lumberman.
Description: Joan Boeker (left), and Julia and Glarice Pierce with their newspaper carrier son, LeRoy, watch the Milwaukee Brave's game at a stadium.
Date: 1918 ca.
Description: N. 3rd Street, south of W. Wisconsin Avenue. Landmarks left to right: Schlitz Palm Garden, Hotel Charlotte, Randolph Garden and Hotel Randolph along the 20...
Description: View along shoreline of crowded Bradford beach.
Date: 1905 ca.
Description: Wells Street, between 16th and 18th Streets. Record photograph for a survey of Milwaukee street conditions, made to show the wooden cedar block pavement. T...
Description: "A tailgater runs amok in the parking lot at Milwaukee County Stadium."
Description: Astronaut James A. Lovell and his wife during a visit to Wisconsin. One measure of Lovell's celebrity status is the fact that it is Wisconsin's governor,...
Date: 1914 ca.
Description: The exterior of carnival banners with people gathered in front of them. Probably depicting "Gay Paree" at the State Fair.
Description: Factory worker employee boring holes into engine crankcases at Milwaukee Works.
Description: Aftermath of automobile accident. The cars plunged 17 feet over an embankment. Both drivers walked away from the crash. Onlookers look down from the embank...
Description: Actor Tom Berenger who starred in the film "Major League," signing autographs at County Stadium, where some scenes for the movie were filmed.
Description: Quarter-length studio portrait of Elizabeth Agnes Waters, Fond du Lac principal.
Description: Installation of officers, Local 1131, United Electrical Workers (The Louis Allis Company), South Side Armory Hall. Left to right: Phil Smith, field org...
Description: Students work on linotype machines in a typesetting class at Milwaukee Institute of Technology.
Description: Wisconsin street looking west. The Gimbels sign can be seen. Text on postcard reads "Wisconsin St. & Railway Exchange Bldg., Milwaukee, Wis."
Date: 1900 ca.
Description: Exterior of building. Caption below gives the name of the building and the line "Totally Destroyed by Fire June 4 '05." A group of people stand outside th...
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