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Description: Quarter-length studio portrait in front of a painted backdrop of August Rebhan, Milwaukee realtor.
Description: Cawker Building and surrounding commercial district at the northeast corner of N. Plankinton and W. Wells Streets.
Date: 1914-05-11 ca.
Description: The Boston Store department building at W. Wisconsin Avenue and N. 4th Street.
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: The Milwaukee Road sheetmetal shop, formerly formerly known as the car paint and repair shop, located at 3301 West Canal Street.
Description: Artist's rendering of the outfield view at Miller Park Stadium.
Date: date unknown
Description: Vignetted quarter-length studio portrait of Frances Wettstein, Milwaukee teacher, writer, lecturer, and educator of the deaf.
Date: 1881 before
Description: Stereograph. Elevated view over Courthouse Square (now Cathedral Square) and Jackson Street towards the cathedral, which has a large clock tower.
Description: "Conrad Starke" (possibly a tugboat) cruising on the water near a bridge in an industrial area. The waterway is probably connected to Lake Michigan. Three...
Description: John Kaminski and his Curtiss pusher were scheduled to fly at the 1912 Wisconsin State Fairgrounds in Milwaukee, along with several other Curtiss aviators...
Description: Robert Bloch sits on the edge of a bed with his hands up as in mock surrender wearing a hat pulled down over his eyes, but the hat has holes cut out of it...
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...
Date: 1900 ca.
Description: A farmer shows off his percheron colt at the Wisconsin State Fair. At the turn of the century when a farmer's livelihood was dependent on his horses, the d...
Date: 1896 ca.
Description: Snapshot of a young man with two young women chatting on Wisconsin Street. The scene is near the Grand Avenue bridge which appears in the background.
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...
Description: Vel Phillips is on a podium wearing a dress. To the left are two members of the media holding recording equipment who are documenting the N Lindsay Street...
Description: Quarter-length portrait of John J. Beggs, Milwaukee public utilities executive.
Description: Waitresses and waiters lined up inside the Dining Tent, ready to serve a large gathering.
Description: Governor Philip F. La Follette, the younger son of Senator Robert M. La Follette, Sr., addressing a crowd in the grandstand at the Wisconsin State Fair in...
Description: View across table with a sign indicating a seat number. In the background, reporters and journalists are sitting at tables with their equipment inside the...
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