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Date: 1962-10-04 before
Description: Milwaukee Braves players Henry Aaron (left), Warren Spahn (center) and Tommie Aaron (right) in the Braves' locker room. Tommie Aaron, younger brother of He...
Date: 1957-10-07 before
Description: Portrait of Milwaukee Braves outfielder Wes Covington holding the brim of his cap.
Date: 1914 ca.
Description: Factory workers using metal lathes to machine parts at International Harvester's Milwaukee Works. The factory was owned by the Milwaukee Harvester Company...
Description: Letterhead of the Milwaukee Journal Tour Club, a national automobile club, with a three-quarter view of the company building surrounded by scenes of a hote...
Description: Quarter-length studio portrait of Clifton Williams, Milwaukee lawyer.
Description: Paul Robeson, Mrs. Emil H. Jones and Leo Krzycki pose for a group portrait at a Win the Peace Luncheon. They are wearing suits and standing in front of a b...
Description: Coupling that was purchased by Western Bearing of Sparks, Nevada and used by The Anaconda Company of Yerington, Nevada. Male employee in photograph is Glor...
Description: Formal portrait of Alice Bedard, taken in Harold Gauer's Brady Street apartment.
Description: Enola O'Connell, the only woman welder at the Heil Company during World War II, working on gasoline trailer tanks. A 32-year-old widow and the mother of o...
Date: 1915 ca.
Description: Chief Thomas A. Clancy of the Milwaukee, Wis. Fire Department, with others, posed in an open touring car, as though for a parade.
Description: Quarter-length studio portrait of William Thompson Dorward, Milwaukee pastor.
Description: A cement mill drive that was manufactured in the Speed Reducer Department of the Falk Corporation. This drive was later purchased by Fuller Company and use...
Description: An International D-2 pickup truck used by Hayek Pharmacy parked on a residential street. A man carrying a package is on the front walk of one of the houses...
Description: "Dress" photograph of Marion Bloch taken at Harold Gauer's Brady Street apartment.
Description: Beekeeper Robert Neureuther examines a frame of honeycomb partly filled with honey. Behind him are hives wrapped up for cold weather.
Date: 1935-10 ca.
Description: Southwest District branch service managers touring the factory floor at Milwaukee Works. Original caption reads: "Milwaukee Works, Some of the group of Ser...
Description: Children in a foot race.
Description: Ten people at the ribbon-cutting ceremony at the 41 Outdoor Theatre.
Description: A male employee, Bill Hoppe, attends to a special cutter head drive. This product was purchased and used by the Great Lakes Dredge and Dry Dock company. Fa...
Description: A man and woman get ready for the arrival of Mrs. George W. Romney at the Romney for President headquarters. Several campaign posters and banners are sprea...
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