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Description: Waist-up seated studio portrait in front of a painted backdrop of William J. Jones, Milwaukee company president.
Date: 1900 ca.
Description: Interior of (Floor No. 8) The F. Dohmen Company Wholesale Druggists. A salesman's catalog with removable screwed bindings and pages of note paper bound be...
Date: 1940 ca.
Description: Governor Julius Heil squirting milk from a cow, perhaps from a parade float. He wears a flower and a button reading "drink more milk" on his lapel. A porti...
Date: 1910 ca.
Description: To the right in the foreground is the Pfister Hotel, center is the Wells Building, and the tower in the background is the Pabst Building. Taken from the Po...
Date: 1913-04-28 ca.
Description: Looking southeast from the roof of the Germania Building, N. Plankinton Avenue and W. Wells Street. Automobiles are parked along the curb, and pedestrians...
Description: View of Wisconsin Street at night.
Description: A man, possibly inventor Leo Kay, holds a slipover bowling shoe, which attaches to a regular street shoe.
Description: Quarter-length studio portrait of Benjamin F. Faast, Eau Claire realtor.
Description: Quarter-length portrait of Edward A. Bergwall, Milwaukee manufacturer.
Date: 1921 ca.
Description: Factory workers at their stations on long tables at Milwaukee Works. The men are likely engaged in the manufacture of cream separators.
Date: 1936-01 ca.
Description: Original caption reads: "E.J. Leiser, superintendent of Milwaukee Works. Starting as an office clerk in 1905 and transferring to shop work two years later....
Description: The first Catholic church in Milwaukee. The structure is shown here after it was moved to the grounds of St. Francis Seminary, St. Francis Wisconsin. It wa...
Description: Quarter-length studio portrait of Walter Elkhart Piefer, Milwaukee grocer.
Description: Masquerade Group, Turnfest Club, Milwaukee Gymnastic Association. Five men and eleven women are dressed up in masquerade clothing, and all are wearing head...
Description: Worker pours molten metal into a mold for a TracTracTor (crawler tractor) main frame at International Harvester's Milwaukee Works foundry.
Description: Two men, competitors in a state card-playing (skat) tournament.
Date: 1905 after
Description: South entrance; a car with two people is crossing the bridge. Stone lions flank the bridge on each corner. A lighthouse is in the background.
Date: 1952 ca.
Description: A campaign picture of Democrat Henry Reuss with his sleeves rolled up in a factory talking to a foreman while an African-American worker looks on. This was...
Description: Construction of building number 43 at International Harvester's Milwaukee Works. The factory building housed a six story machine shop. Men are using a cran...
Description: A special 1921 Hudson. The body was produced by the W.S. Seaman Company.
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