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Description: Head and shoulders portrait of Milwaukee Mayor David S. Rose.
Date: 1910 ca.
Description: Home office building on street corner, built in classic temple style. Pedestrians are on the sidewalk, and there are two motorcars in front of the entranc...
Date: 1917 ca.
Description: Theater with many signs, one of which is advertising a matinee. Several other buildings are visible to the left of the building. A large crowd of people...
Date: 1890 ca.
Description: Special open streetcar called the MARGUERITE, with elaborate lighting, decorations, movable chairs and other features.
Description: After the fire of Oct. 22, 1865. The house takes up most of the image to the right, with burnt trees on the left, and a building in the background. The r...
Description: Quarter-length studio portrait of Clifton Williams, Milwaukee lawyer.
Description: Male employee, John Beck, arc welding a mud guard to a split ring gear.
Description: Quarter-length studio portrait of J.A. Watrous, Milwaukee journalist and soldier.
Date: date unknown
Description: Group of men of the Life Saving Service posing in front of their boat.
Description: Illustration of the west side of East Water Street.
Description: Three-quarter length portrait of Frederick Layton who is standing with his hands in his pockets. Layton was the son of a Milwaukee butcher and ran the busi...
Description: View of a cam that is a component of a 185 cubic yard Walkray Dragline that was purchased and used by Bucyries-Erie Company. An individual cam weight 51,20...
Description: A group of boys are standing near the entrance of a brick building waiting to get in. A man behind them is entering the door. The sign near the door reads...
Description: Jackson Street. On top of the building is a sign that reads "Orphan Asylum".
Description: Three-quarter length seated studio portrait of William Lindsay, Milwaukee merchant.
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: 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: A posed photograph taken for the Milwaukee & Suburban Transport Corp. to mark the substitution of buses for streetcars on the West Burnham St. line.
Description: Card menu for a dinner for Judge Charles E. Dyer, given by his "legal friends in Milwaukee, at the Milwaukee Club." At the top is a stalk of wheat interlac...
Description: Letterhead of the Mayor's Office, with a three-quarter view of the Milwaukee courthouse and people standing or walking by the building.
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