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Description: View of a metal stairway and a train car wheel and undercarriage. Part of a series on working conditions aboard Lake Michigan railroad car ferries. Ferry w...
Date: 1875 ca.
Description: The brick home of Judge Andrew Galbraith Miller at 174 Wisconsin Street. There are steps up to the front entrance, a fence, and a fire hydrant on the sidew...
Date: 1915 ca.
Description: Five young women in a dance-like pose for a gymnastics class in one of Milwaukee's Social Centers.
Date: 1918 ca.
Description: Female factory workers machining parts for cream separators and International Harvester's Milwaukee Works. An original caption identifies them as "Milwauke...
Description: Wendell Willkie dining with campaign workers in Milwaukee in 1944. Left to right: William J.P. Aberg, Madison; Assemblyman Vernon Thomson (R-Richland Cent...
Description: Studio portrait of nurse Ada Straub in her uniform. Ada Straub was a cousin of Mrs. Anton Nelson (the mother of Gaylord Nelson), who was also a nurse.
Description: Letterhead of the Roundy, Peckham & Dexter Company, with color illustrations of three Roundy's products: a package of coffee, and cans of pineapple and tom...
Date: date unknown
Description: Quarter-length studio portrait of Max Griesbsch, Milwaukee academy director.
Description: Spoofing as the "Big Boys" in their rented offices during the Zeidler campaign.
Description: Mrs. Philip G. Kuehn, Whitefish Bay, wife of the state Republican party chairman, wore "I Like Ike" sunglasses while sightseeing. The glasses have elephant...
Description: Milwaukee Braves pitcher, Lew Burdette, walks to the dugout after being removed from a game at Milwaukee County Stadium as fans and teammates look on.
Date: 1930 before
Description: Panoramic print of factory. Six large smokestacks, several small ones, a flag, and a water tower decorate the rooftops. Horse-drawn vehicles are on the roa...
Description: George W. Noble's commission as First Sergeant in the Wisconsin 2nd Cavalry.
Description: A man on his motorcycle in the street is posing with a small umbrella attached to his helmet. A watch also hangs from the front of his shirt.
Description: Looking west on W. Wells Street from N. 16th Street. Automobiles are parked on both sides of the street and a large billboard advertising in the left fore...
Description: High school freshman use vending machines for lunch.
Description: Quarter-length studio portrait of Gustav J. Lange, Eau Claire businessman.
Date: 1902-02-22 before
Description: Front cover and menu page of the annual banquet of the Old Settlers' Club of Milwaukee County. On the cover is an oval tipped-in portrait of club president...
Description: Milwaukee Democratic mayoral candidate (and future mayor) Carl Zeidler speaking to an audience using a microphone.
Description: A line of cars ready for the start of a race, possibly taking place at the State Fair. Spectators are in the background.
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