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Date: 1940 before
Description: Formerly the home of Alexander Mitchell, at West Wisconsin Avenue and Tenth Street; in 1917 it became the Wisconsin Club. Entrance gate in the winter. Wr...
Date: 1905 ca.
Description: Elevated view of fourteen-story theatre building, with two red buildings on either side of it. On the street are people, horses, carriages, and trolleys. T...
Date: date unknown
Description: Stereograph of John Johnston's (1836-1904) first grand home, 1130 Grand Avenue. Johnston was a successful Milwaukee banker, who moved to "The Lion House" a...
Description: Boys, men, and horses hauling a boat with ropes.
Description: Governor Julius Heil with his back to the camera shakes the hand of President Franklin Roosevelt who was on a surprise secret visit to Milwaukee for a tour...
Date: 1895 ca.
Description: Storefronts of East Water Street.
Description: Melvin Zdroik, a Falk employee, attends to a large vertical roller mill that is a later component of a L.S. Shaft and Gear. This unit was purchased by Comb...
Date: 1900 ca.
Description: E. Water and Wisconsin Streets, northwest corner, also called the Ludington Block. John Black's building to extreme right and the Sentinel office between.
Description: Men clearing groudn at International Harvester's Milwaukee Works factory for the addition of a six-story machine shop.
Description: Studio portrait of Lenore Harrison Cawker holding a parrot on her hand.
Description: Worker's bunks on a railroad car ferry. The spare room has a calendar, light, radiator, table, locking closet and two bunks. Workers' clothes hand on the w...
Date: 1902 ca.
Description: Two-wheeled show cart with pair of white show horses in tandem hitch, being driven, probably along Lake Michigan.
Description: An insurance executive carries on with work after he was hit by a car, dictating letters to his secretary from his hospital bed, with his leg in traction.
Description: From left: Flora van Brink Hony Bader (nee Melkman), son-in-law Fred, daughter Anneke, and husband Aron Bader in a dining room.
Description: View from street of a billboard wall along a sidewalk, advertising for Lincoln J. Carter's melodrama film, "Chattanooga." It is playing one night, January...
Description: Police pushing a group of strikers in front of the factory gate at the Allis-Chalmers strike. On the far right is a man holding a press camera.
Description: The Taylor barn being moved through snow-covered fields by a truck. The barn is on a large bed platform. Other farm buildings are visible in the backgrou...
Description: Three-quarter length seated side profile studio portrait in front of a painted backdrop of James F. Trottman, Milwaukee lawyer and manufacturer.
Description: Quarter-length studio portrait of Carl F.W. Gausewitz, Milwaukee pastor.
Description: Street and sidewalk outside of the Wisconsin National Bank. Men, women, and children walk on sidewalks and cross in front of streetcars. Horse-drawn carr...
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