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Date: 1924-08-21 ca.
Description: The H.L Roehrborn Grocery Store, located at N. 41st and W. Burleigh Street. The interior of the grocery store contains canned goods and bins of food on dis...
Date: 1910 ca.
Description: Men piling into an electric trolley. The streetcar has grating on the end, which several men are standing on.
Description: Elevated view looking on downtown street with traffic, in winter.
Date: date unknown
Description: The Milwaukee Journal Pathfinder car stopped on a bridge. Under the bridge is a stream with a small waterfall. Two women are on either side of the bridge...
Date: 1930 ca.
Description: Wisconsin Club, until 1917 the Deutscher Club. Formerly the home of Alexander Mitchell.
Description: View down Milwaukee street with strolling pedestrians on the sidewalk. The large commercial buildings include the Gridley Dairy Co. storefront. There is al...
Description: A large wave is breaking against the side of the Milwaukee breakwater lighthouse. There is a ship on the left, in the distance beyond the jetty.
Description: A parade for President Grover Cleveland's Milwaukee visit during his Goodwill Tour. A marching band leads a horse and buggy (possibly carrying the presiden...
Description: Men are working among stripped trees in a demolition area on Kilbourn Avenue.
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: 1914-10-20 ca.
Description: The Manhattan Building (tallest structure) on North 2nd Street between West Michigan Street and West Wisconsin Avenue.
Date: 1905 after
Description: Exterior of building from across the street. Four stories tall with a small section of peaked and decorated roof at the corner.
Date: 1940 ca.
Description: Located in West Milwaukee. Trains, cars, tracks, and railroad buildings. The view is taken from the top of a building.
Date: 1908 ca.
Description: A large group of people are crossing to a street corner. The corner store has a sign saying: "United Cigar Store." The road is paved with cobblestones.
Description: Elevated view of Broadway with several buildings lining the paved road, including A.W. Rich & Co. Drygoods, Millinery, and a Law Office on the right. Larg...
Description: Design in green for Wisconsin Centennial 3 cent postage stamp featuring evergreen trees, and an agriculture and industry theme.
Description: A woman drives a two-wheeled carriage pulled by two white horses.
Date: 1914-02-27 ca.
Description: Second Ward Savings Bank building (now the Milwaukee County Historical Society), looking northwest from the corner of W. Kilbourn Avenue and N. Plankinton...
Description: Milwaukee, view north-northeast from courthouse.
Description: An early twentieth-century automobile parked on a road, with a large house in the background. The back tires have chains around them.
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