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Description: Cover of an advertising brochure for the Milwaukee Harvester Company featuring a color chromolithograph illustration of farmers in a field with a horse-dra...
Date: 1914-03-20 ca.
Description: Looking west from the roof of the Wells Building at E. Wisconsin Avenue and N. Milwaukee Street. The Pabst Building is on the left and the First National B...
Description: Ten people at the ribbon-cutting ceremony at the 41 Outdoor Theatre.
Description: Quarter-length studio portrait of August McGraw, Milwaukee company president.
Description: Quarter-length studio portrait of F.A.W. Kieckhefer, Milwaukee manufacturer.
Description: This map shows lot and block numbers, wards, roads, railroads, some landowners’ names, and selected buildings. Lake Michigan, the Milwaukee River, and Glid...
Date: 1885-06-23 before
Description: Menu card and satin overlay with the intertwined initials "M" and "A" for the Eighth Annual Banquet of the Merchants Association at Plankinton House. The f...
Description: Two women model clothing. The woman on the left is wearing a wedding dress from 1946, and the other woman is wearing a Mount Mary gym suit.
Date: date unknown
Description: Text on image in English and German reads "A Happy New Year" and Glueckliches Neujahr," and "The Wells Building" and "Wells-Gebaude."
Date: 1907 ca.
Description: Men working on cream separators at International Harvester's Milwaukee Works. The factory was owned by the Milwaukee Harvester Company until 1902.
Description: Two male employees weld a large gear. Original Falk caption reads, "Made in halves, 16 feet to zero inch in diameter on the top. Ribs 4 1/2 OL. Premachine...
Date: 1957-06-03 before
Description: Head and shoulders portrait of Milwaukee Braves outfielder John DeMerit. Demerit, a West Bend, Wisconsin native, was signed out of the University of Wisco...
Description: A mother reads stories on her front steps to children from around the block.
Description: Quarter-length studio portrait of George H. Noyes, Milwaukee attorney.
Description: Quarter-length portrait of S. Adelheim Bernhard, Milwaukee physician and surgeon.
Description: An International D-50 truck carrying fire-building materials parked near a loading dock. A man is standing near the back of the truck loading one of the sa...
Description: A portrait of eight young boys posed standing and sitting on the side of a street. Four of the boys wear caps, and along the street in the background are h...
Description: Walter Reuther, President of the United Automobile Workers (right), after delivering address to the Wisconsin State CIO convention, December 6, 1947. To h...
Description: Head and shoulders portrait of H.P. Lovecraft wearing a suit jacket, vest, and tie taped to a piece of paper.
Description: In the Money: The Bronzeville All-Star Bowling Team which finished in the money in the recent Wisconsin state CIO-sponsored bowling tournament.
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