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Description: A woman uses an early commercial computer network that allows travel agents to book their own flights without the use of a telephone.
Description: Quarter-length portrait of William C. Brumder, Milwaukee bank president.
Description: Children walking out of chuch after the Easter Sunday service at St. James United Methodist Church at 1114 West Brown Street.
Date: 1920 ca.
Description: Men working on cream separator parts at International Harvester's Milwaukee Works (factory).
Date: date unknown
Description: Quarter-length studio portrait of Charles A. Aaron.
Description: Speed reducer that is a later component of a side entry agitator. This product was purchased by Scientific Design Company Incorporated and used by Amoco Ch...
Description: Memohead of the Northwestern Lithographing Company of Milwaukee, art lithographers, with a flying winged female figure in flowing robes, holding an artist'...
Description: A racer poses on the track with his horse and carriage. The horse appears to be wearing blinders. The man is wearing a coat and hat, and is holding a whip.
Description: Elevated view of the dedication of the Junior Fair barn at the Wisconsin State Fair, the construction of which was a WPA project. A Scout band provides the...
Description: Speed reducer that is a component of a paper mill drive. This product was purchased by Black Clawson-Kennedy Limited and used by Consolidated Bathurst Limi...
Date: 1957-03-06 before
Description: Portrait of Milwaukee Braves pitcher Bob Buhl. The least heralded of the Braves' Big Three pitchers, right-hander Buhl was indispensable to the team's 1957...
Date: 1897 after
Description: A group of men carrying lunch boxes are walking away from a steam engine train, which is near another train and power lines.
Description: Quarter-length studio portrait of Oliver Clyde Fuller, Milwaukee banker.
Description: Twin brothers James and Thomas Quinn cheer for the Chicago White Sox at a baseball game.
Description: Warren Spahn, pitcher for the Milwaukee Braves, confers with catcher Del Crandall (far left) and manager Fred Haney (left) shortly before he is removed fro...
Description: A group portrait of the Local 75 women's bowling team, who played at the Moose Alleys. From left to right in front are the Moose Boosters: Anne Chomicki, B...
Description: Two African American men unloading the cement chute during paving of Janesville Plank Road.
Description: Quarter-length studio portrait of William Wheeler Coleman, Milwaukee mechanical engineer.
Description: Four men in a car with the number four on the front is driving down a dirt road surrounded by fields. Hay bales are in the field on the right.
Description: Elevated view of a demonstration of a nuclear reactor driven energy plant.
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