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Description: The North Point Water Tower at the foot of E. North Avenue.
Description: Three men in a horse-drawn fire engine races down a downtown street.
Date: date unknown
Description: A young baseball player poses outside the porch of his S. Sixth St. Walker's Point neighborhood home. He is wearing a baseball uniform with cap, and is hol...
Description: A line of pedestrians cross a busy street near a building with a sign for Gimbels Brothers.
Description: Letterhead of the Wm. Goodnow Bay State Foundry & Machine Shop, or "Bay State" Iron Works, of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, which fabricated steam engines and boil...
Date: 1885 ca.
Description: The Milwaukee Thermo Therapae building at Fourth and Sycamore Streets. It was also known as Dr. Hanson's Thermo Water Cure.
Date: 1870 ca.
Description: Stereoview of the Bradley & Metcalf building in the 300 block of East Water Street. On the corner first floor is Booth & Maynard's store which was located...
Description: A group of four young children sitting in a circle on the grass. Several buildings are in the background, and a few bare trees are on the right. One build...
Description: A horse-drawn cart, marked B.C. Horsch, is waiting near Dr. W.H. Perrigo's veterinary and dental business in the S. Sixth Street neighborhood in Milwaukee....
Description: New Northwestern Insurance Company building, with horse-drawn vehicles in the street.
Date: 1906 before
Description: Boats on the Milwaukee River.
Description: The "James E. McAlpine" in tow of tugboat "Conrad Starke" on the Milwaukee River.
Description: Exterior view of factory buildings at International Harvester's Milwaukee Works.
Description: A view of Commission Row, known for its fresh produce markets, looking northwest on N. Broadway between E. Buffalo and E. Chicago Streets.
Description: Stereoview of southwest facade on Martin Street. Built circa 1872. Architect was E.T. Mix. Dirt road in front, and the tower of the Immanuel Church is in...
Date: 1930 after
Description: Exterior of courthouse. Some timber lies in a pile to the right of the building, and cars line the street in front.
Description: Built in 1840 by Lemuel Hull. William Singer was the mason. The basement was made by lowering the hill. There were originally only two stories. First...
Description: This map is a survey of Lake Michigan and the section of Milwaukee that borders the lake. Map of land includes major streets, and landmarks near water. Rel...
Description: Letterhead of the Hotel Pfister, with a three-quarter view of the building, and automobiles, a trolley car, and horse-drawn vehicles on the streets.
Description: Building is on a street corner. Road in front is crowded with pedestrians, horse-drawn vehicles, and trolleys. Nine flags are at various points on the ro...
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