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Description: A 1914 Ford truck, the body of which was produced by the W.S. Seaman Company.
Date: 1910 ca.
Description: Tractors and engines at International Harvester's Milwaukee(?) Works.
Description: This dredge pump drive was purchased by Ellicott. Falk caption reads, "Special (submersible) dredge pump drive. Quad input single output, ratio 1.8214:1. 1...
Date: 1900 ca.
Description: Exterior of building. Caption below gives the name of the building and the line "Totally Destroyed by Fire June 4 '05." A group of people stand outside th...
Description: Quarter-length studio portrait of Edward J. Fairchild, Milwaukee circuit judge.
Date: 1935 ca.
Description: West Wisconsin Avenue, looking east from the Court of Honor.
Description: Courthouse and surrounding buildings. There are also two horse-drawn carriages, people on horseback, and a few pedestrians.
Description: Quarter-length studio portrait of Charles G. Forster, Milwaukee manufacturer.
Date: date unknown
Description: Race car driver Paul Russo of Kenosha at the Wisconsin State Fair. He raced in 13 Indianapolis 500 races.
Date: 1905 ca.
Description: Hand-colored view of the interior of the bar room in the Schlitz Hotel.
Description: Letterhead of the F. Mayer Boot & Shoe Company of Milwaukee, manufacturers of and dealers in footwear, with an elevated, three-quarter view of the Mayer co...
Description: Leaving Milwaukee harbor via tugboat, this was the final voyage of the Lucia B. Simpson. Made in 1928, the Simpson was the last of the lake lumber s...
Description: Quarter-length studio portrait of George P. Mayer, Milwaukee manufacturer.
Description: Walter Reuther, President of the United Automobile Workers (right), after delivering address to the Wisconsin State CIO convention, December 6, 1947. To h...
Description: Elevated view of boats and sailing ships along port.
Description: Milwaukee works. Long steel mill located on the bank of either a lake or a river. Multitudes of smokestacks, tracks, and small buildings.
Description: Three men wearing hats are standing in front of the bar at a Milwaukee picnic. Behind them are a large group of men wearing black suits crowded around the...
Description: Interior of the Milwaukee factor of the W.S. Seaman Company, a manufacturer of bodies for various automobile companies. In 1919 Nash Motors purchased a ha...
Description: Eddie Mathews, third baseman for the Milwaukee Braves baseball team, slides into home plate. Chicago Cubs catcher Cal Neeman applies the tag as Braves thir...
Description: Studio wedding portrait in front of a painted backdrop of Gustav Willms (c. 1854-1917) and Kunigunde (Dorn) Willms (1857-1941) in their wedding outfits. K...
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