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Description: 6th Ward Milwaukee Alderman Vel Phillips is wearing a dress and standing on a podium. To the right are Bernice Lindsay and Reverend Lovell Johnson standing...
Description: William Rhody, a Falk employee, inspects a 2 piece trunnion. This particular unit was purchased by F.L. Smidth. Original Falk caption reads, "Trunnion-two...
Date: date unknown
Description: Quarter-length studio portrait of Julius E. Roehr, Milwaukee attorney.
Description: The Milwaukee Braves and the New York Yankees standing on the first and third baselines for the national anthem, "The Star-Spangled Banner".
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...
Description: Walking dragline that was later purchased by Marion Power Shovel Company. Falk caption reads, "130 yard power dragline propel crank. Pattern 261C17. Castin...
Description: An automobile attempts to cross a flooded street as onlookers watch.
Date: 1966 ca.
Description: Father Groppi is seated in the back of a police wagon with police officer after being arrested in front of his parish for the second night in a row.
Description: Two men ready a cream separator from Milwaukee Works to be transported to Hinsdale by airplane. One man is standing in the bed of a truck.
Description: Quarter-length portrait in front of a painted backdrop of Emanuel A. Adler, Milwaukee manufacturer.
Date: 1909-06-19 ca.
Description: Caswell Block building at W. Wisconsin and N. Plankinton Avenues.
Description: W.M. Steinmeyer grocery building at the southeast corner of N. 3rd Street and W. Highland Avenue.
Description: Three men wrapped up in blankets waiting at a stadium box office for tickets to go on sale. The man in the middle is reading a book. The man on the right h...
Description: The Milwaukee Journal Building located at 734 North 4th Street. To the right of the building in an alley are circulation trucks. Newsboys and customers are...
Description: A male employee, Michael Nycz, attends to a pulverizer mill that is a later component of a coal pulverizer. This unit was purchased by Foster Wheeler and u...
Description: Michael Petyo is shaking hands with a reporter from 12 News, as a camera operator is filming them. Petyo is wearing a suit and a red flower pin. Another ma...
Description: An employee uses a file to demonstrate the hardness of a diesel engine cylinder at Milwaukee Works (factory). Photograph taken by Don Jones.
Description: Melvin E. Rew attends to a large flange for a mill head. This unit was purchased by Humbolt Wedag and used by Kaiser.
Description: Group portrait at the Mary Church Terrell Creative Center, which was founded in 1963 by Bernice Lindsay (second from left). The Creative Center was located...
Description: Marques Johnson of the Milwaukee Bucks sails past Dan Roundfield of the Atlanta Hawks and scores the bucket for two points. Quinn Buckner is watching the s...
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