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Date: 1910 ca.
Description: Color postcard of the New Auditorium. Road in front has three cars, several horse-drawn carriages, and several people.
Date: 1905 ca.
Description: Lake near the home, probably Lake Hincks, which was named after General Edward W. Hincks who was administrator of the Home in the 1870's. The grounds cons...
Description: A man stands in a lift attached to the bed of an International Model DR-60 truck owned by the Wisconsin Ice and Coal Company. Another man stands atop a rai...
Description: Now Wisconsin Avenue. Horse-drawn vehicles are on the road.
Date: 1935 ca.
Description: Front of City Hall, taken from a rooftop. Streets, cars, statue and fountain are visible. Sign on Hall says "Welcome."
Description: View down Grand Avenue from 6th Street. Several horse-drawn vehicles. Church in background.
Description: View across street towards the Layton Home for Incurables (also called Layton Home for Invalids). The home was suggested by Frederick Layton's wife, Elizab...
Date: 1900 ca.
Description: Interior of (Floor No. 4) The F. Dohmen Company Wholesale Druggists. A salesman's catalog with removable screwed bindings and pages of note paper bound be...
Date: 1930 before
Description: Looking southwest. The facility has since become part of the U.S. Veterans Administration Center at 5000 West National Avenue. Two paths and trees surroun...
Description: Two boys attempting to climb a wall on the facade of a building near a window.
Date: date unknown
Description: Drawing of North Water Street. Supplementary text reads: "THE STREET OF BEGINNINGS.
An Indian trail, leading from the tamarack swamps to LeClair' little...
Description: Twisted metal scrap lying in a road near a building.
Date: 1880 ca.
Description: 2504 Forest Home Avenue. This hotel was situated on what was originally a plank road between Milwaukee and Muskego. It was designed after the Federal style...
Description: St. Mary's Hospital and surrounding area. In the bottom left corner is the water tower.
Description: Government building with tower on street corner. Pedestrians are on the sidewalk in front.
Date: 1950 ca.
Description: Milwaukee Court of Honor, in front of the Public Library. View from below of the statue "The Victorious Charge" with four figures.
Date: 1940 ca.
Description: Front view of the courthouse, with several trees. People are sitting at various benches and tables in the space in front of the courthouse, and pigeons ar...
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.
Description: Building in Milwaukee's Third Ward as it appeared when portraying the Mason City Bank in the 1991 made-for-TV movie, "Dillinger".
Date: 1914 ca.
Description: Street cleaner cleaning a street. A man and boy stand on the opposite sidewalk watching. Another street cleaner is on the left. Perhaps in Milwaukee.
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