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Description: Alice Holloway standing in front of a flowering rose bush along the shore of Lake Michigan during a trip to Milwaukee to celebrate her engagement.
Description: Mrs. Mary Shaughnessy standing in front of barn where men are loading the silo. Her farm was on the site where Granville School was later built.
Description: Emergency workers assist the passenger injured in an accident at North Sherman Boulevard and W. North Avenue. The automobile, which was driven by a ninete...
Description: Two employees, Bob Huwiler and Tom Prodoehl, stand next to a large ring gear dust drive that was purchased by KHD Canada and used by South West Portland Ce...
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: Vel Phillips stands while speaking with Arthur Goldberg, former Secretary of Labor and, at the time of the photograph, Supreme Court Justice. Another man c...
Description: View of a large casting made in the foundry. A male employee, Arthur Beoman, stands next to the casting as it is being lifted. This unit was purchased by C...
Description: A 1917 Locomobile Cabriolet parked in a residential neighborhood. Its body was produced by the W.S. Seaman Company.
Description: Quarter-length studio portrait of George L. Thomas, Milwaukee undertaker.
Description: Alfred Lawson shaking hands with a woman, identified elsewhere as "Mrs. John Pfingsten, wife of one of the Lawson company stockholders," who subsequently c...
Description: Front cover of a German language advertising catalog for International Harvester's Milwaukee line of harvesting machinery. Features a chromolithograph ill...
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.
Date: 1940 ca.
Description: Located in West Milwaukee. Trains, cars, tracks, and railroad buildings. The view is taken from the top of a building.
Description: Horse-drawn wagon in a United Public Workers Parade/Demonstration through downtown. The horse bears signs that read "1946 One Horse Pay!" and "1846 One Hor...
Date: 1916 before
Description: Home for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers. Main entrance and east facade. This was the third of seven institutions built throughout the country in the decades...
Date: 1930 ca.
Description: Wisconsin Club, until 1917 the Deutscher Club. Formerly the home of Alexander Mitchell.
Description: First place winning design in blue for a 3 cent Wisconsin centennial stamp, which features a farming theme, including a tractor with the word "Forward" on...
Date: 1900 ca.
Description: Two ships at the end of the canal, several buildings, a small lumberyard, and snow. Three other ships are visible down the canal.
Description: The presentation of the liquor trophy during the lithographer's intercity bowling dinner.
Description: Marine drive that was a later component of a Great Lakes bulk carrier. This unit was purchased by the Electro Motive division of the General Motors Company...
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