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Date: 1922-02-21 ca.
Description: F.W. Woolworth Co. 5 and 10 Cent Store at the southeast corner of W. North Avenue and N. 36th Street.
Date: 1904 ca.
Description: This map has three inset maps of Whitefish Bay, Cudahy, and South Milwaukee. This map depicts schools, engine houses, railroads, street railways, city ward...
Date: 1906 ca.
Description: This map shows ward boundaries, subdivisions, lot and block numbers and dimensions, house numbers, electric car lines, steam railways, and adjoining plat n...
Description: Pro price-control broadcast at WJRN. A woman and two men stand encircling a microphone holding scripts. A clock is on the wall behind them and a piano [?]...
Description: Single helical gear train that is a component of a gold mine hoist. This unit was purchased and used by Homestake Mining of Lead, South Dakota. Falk captio...
Date: 1925 ca.
Description: Interior of the arcade from the second floor. There are skylights and chandeliers in the ceiling, and railings along the mezzanine. Interior storefronts li...
Description: Richard A. Schulz checks a kettle of beer brewing at the Pabst Brewery.
Date: 1915 ca.
Description: The northeast corner of the Cawker Building at W. Wells Street and N. Plankinton Avenue.
Description: Early childhood classroom in which two volunteer teachers are instructing children.
Date: 1916 ca.
Description: Two men working on engine components on an assembly line at International Harvester's Milwaukee Works. The factory was owned by the Milwaukee Harvester Com...
Date: 1950 ca.
Description: Men moving an iron lung. The machine has the logo for the March of Dimes imprinted on it. Iron Lungs were commonly used for the treatment of polio.
Description: View of a FPD product cut that was a later component of a stacker drive. This particular unit was purchased by Jervis B. Webb and was exported to South Ame...
Date: 1942 ca.
Description: Monument located on 13th Street. Large rough stone with a metal plaque set into it. The plaque marks the spot near where Lincoln made an address in 1859.
Description: Flyer announcing a special meeting of the Youth Council of the Milwaukee branch of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People on Tuesda...
Date: 1909 ca.
Description: Milwaukee's first mail truck, here referred to as an "auto car." The date comes from a similar postcard that is postmarked.
Description: Waist-up portrait of George D. Van Dyke, Milwaukee attorney.
Description: Lithographers' Local #7 strike vote meeting held in a large auditorium. A man is standing speaking and every seat in the house is filled.
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).
Description: The newly remodeled kitchen in the home of Ronald and Dianne Flitsch.
Date: 1924-08-21 ca.
Description: Interior of Erck's Pharmacy, at 1430 Atkinson Avenue.
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