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Date: 1967 ca.
Description: Father James Groppi seated with several of his fellow marchers, some in Milwaukee N.A.A.C.P. Youth Council shirts. Groppi has one shoe off.
Description: A woman smiles for the camera as she poses with her bowling ball. The caption reads, "Bertha Eichelberger bowls in five leagues every week." She is wearing...
Date: date unknown
Description: Elevated view of four lanes of cars arriving at the Wisconsin State Fair's Main Gate. They are being directed by parking lot attendants.
Description: Quarter-length studio portrait of Max Griesbsch, Milwaukee academy director.
Description: Children riding decorated tricycles and baby carriages in a fourth of July parade with adults lining the street behind them.
Description: Factory worker employee boring holes into engine crankcases at Milwaukee Works.
Description: Two women seated at desks with typewriters in an office. A calendar on the wall indicates it is June 1912. Another poster advertises speakers in support of...
Description: Father James Groppi marches with African American teenage girls who are carrying signs that read, "Stop Bussing For Segregation" and "Stop School Segregati...
Description: Vignetted quarter-length portrait of Orpah Dawson in a headdress and high-collared dress. Orpah Layton Dawson was Frederick Layton's aunt and Grace Hayman...
Date: 1934 after
Description: A man is walking on the raised sidewalk in front of the building near a fence. On the windows is written "Lakehouse Lunch Room".
Description: Astronaut James A. Lovell and his wife during a visit to Wisconsin. One measure of Lovell's celebrity status is the fact that it is Wisconsin's governor,...
Description: Quarter-length studio portrait of Julius Simon, Milwaukee merchant.
Description: "Dress" photograph of Marion Bloch taken at Harold Gauer's Brady Street apartment.
Description: Two young boys in a grocery store figuring out prices of food with a calculator.
Description: Split ring gear that was purchased by Allis Chalmers and used by Duval. Falk caption reads, "Milling Splits." Male employee in photograph is Wilbur Keen.
Description: Eleven motorcyclists wearing sashes stand in between two news service cars in front of the Milwaukee Journal building. Another row of men stand behi...
Description: Men and women walk around piles of coal, examining a collapsed structure in a coal yard.
Description: Four men planting shrubbery along the edge of a brick patio area outside of the Administration Building. A duplex house is visible in the background.
Description: Engraving of Dr. Laura Ross Wolcott, the first president of the Woman Suffrage Movement in Milwaukee.
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...
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