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Date: date unknown
Description: Interior view of Soldiers Home dining room with tables set with dishes.
Description: Vignetted carte-de-visite portrait of Professor Davenport Fisher (1832-1911), Milwaukee chemist. After earning his Ph.D. in Chemistry from Heidelberg Unive...
Date: 1965 ca.
Description: Women sun bathe near an express highway in Milwaukee.
Date: 1857 ca.
Description: Letter on stationery featuring an engraving of an exterior view of the Milwaukee House showing horse-drawn vehicles and people standing on the sidewalk in...
Date: 1910 ca.
Description: Construction workers are posed in front of the partially-built St. Josaphat's Church on scaffolding and wooden steps near large columns. There are two chil...
Description: Lloyd Barbee, NAACP state president, walking out of a Milwaukee Public School Board meeting when Chairman Harold W. Story refused to allow the participatio...
Date: 1917 ca.
Description: Photographic postcard showing the stick control assembly for the Lawson Military Tractor 2 (M.T.2), attached to the floor board of the plane.
Description: Diesel engine assembly line at Milwaukee Works. The factory was owned by the Milwaukee Harvester Company until 1902.
Description: Billhead of the Schwaab Stamp & Seal Company of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, an engraver and manufacturer of seals, stamps, and checks. In the center is a circula...
Description: The Milwaukee Journal Pathfinder car driving onto a bridge.
Description: Quarter-length portrait of William H. Upham, Wisconsin's 18th governor. He is wearing a suit, necktie and tie pin.
Date: 1918 ca.
Description: View from street of Willms home, 2025 S. 31st Street, Milwaukee. Home of Kunigunde (Dorn) Willms (1857-1941) and her daughters Anna (b. 1881) and Emma (18...
Description: Label for Old Germantown Lager Beer, made by the Germantown Brewing Company. The Label features a barrel of beer, surrounded by flowering plants, probably...
Description: Pinion stand that was later purchased by U.S. Steel (Allegheny Project) and used by Gary Steel Works. Falk caption reads, "Various manufacturing and assemb...
Date: 1904 after
Description: Color image of building with wraparound porch on two levels. A plant-lined drive is in front of the house with a man driving a horse-drawn carriage.
Description: Three men harvesting wheat. One is driving a tractor while the other two are on top of the hay.
Date: 1919 ca.
Description: Panorama of International Harvester's Milwaukee Works factory building. The factory was owned by the Milwaukee Harvester Company before 1902.
Description: Quarter-length studio portrait of Arthur Tenney Holbrook, Milwaukee physician.
Description: Bloch as a monster character, possibly for use in Brutal magazine or the scrapbooks. Taken at the Brady Street Lab. Gauer--this might just be a file...
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