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Description: Exterior of house, located at 2432 West Kilbourn Avenue. House has three levels, and is surrounded by trees.
Description: Quarter-length studio portrait of Christian Doerfler, Wisconsin Supreme Court Justice.
Date: 1937 ca.
Description: Two men talk in an auto parts store. One man is behind the counter wearing eyeglasses and holding a box, the other man is wearing a hat and leaning on the...
Date: 1910 ca.
Description: Elevated view of downtown. Part of the Milwaukee River can be seen on the left side. Sign for the Germania building is in the lower right, and city hall is...
Description: Factory workers produce artillery shells at International Harvester's Milwaukee Works. Original caption reads: "75-Millimeter Shell Manufacture. The convey...
Description: Original Falk caption reads, "Dynamic balancing of a YQA element for use in YQA bulletin 171-110." Male employee in photograph is Edward Rhys.
Date: date unknown
Description: Family posed on the front porch of a home. A wooden sidewalk appears in the foreground of the photograph. J. Robert Taylor appears at the far left of the...
Description: A man oversees the manufacturing process of a roll drive pinion which was purchased by E.W. Bliss Company of Salem, Ohio, and used by Empire Steel Company....
Description: Two workmen use a McCormick-Deering I-30 industrial tractor to attach railroad cars carrying Miller High Life beer.
Date: 1887 before
Description: Northwest corner of Grand Avenue and 4th Street. Built in 1854 at a cost of $18,000. The storefronts were added in 1868; the building razed in 1886.
Description: A woman overlooks the Labor-at-the-Lakefront festival next to a banner that reads "Buy Union," "Buy Made in USA," and "Keep the Heart of America Beating."
Date: 1945 ca.
Description: Known as the Benjamin Castle, it was built by David M. Benjamin.
Date: 1936 ca.
Description: View from above of brewing kettles in the Pabst brewery in Milwaukee. There are workers standing on the ground floor, and in the far background is a large...
Description: A man crouches down for a close look at a 1905 model Harley-Davidson motorcycle.
Description: Grand Avenue (now Wisconsin Avenue). Statue is in center foreground with trees around it, as well as a road and church to the left and other buildings to t...
Date: 1929 ca.
Description: A Loening Amphibian, one of three such airplanes in which the Kohler Aviation Company provided passenger service from Milwaukee across Lake Michigan.
Description: A sidewalk view down 318 North Jefferson Street with Sebatian Gagliano's Florist Shop in the foreground. Several people stroll on the sidewalk.
Description: Quarter-length studio portrait of William H. Upmeyer, Milwaukee jeweler.
Description: Quarter-length studio portrait of George H. Wilbur, Milwaukee lumberman.
Description: Governor Julius Heil with his back to the camera shakes the hand of President Franklin Roosevelt who was on a surprise secret visit to Milwaukee for a tour...
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