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Description: Tables are set up at City Hall basement lobby as a venue for public access to the polio vaccine.
Date: 1939 ca.
Description: A beach on Lake Michigan near the Milwaukee Yacht Club. Men, women, and children relax on the beach. In the background many boats are on the water.
Description: Stereograph elevated view of Saint John's Cathedral, on 812 North Jackson Street, from the Courthouse. Lake Michigan is in the background.
Description: View of a 13 foot diameter hub gear that is a later component of a basic oxygen furnace drive. This gear was purchased and used by the Bethlehem Steel Corp...
Description: Exterior of house at 525 Jefferson Street. The first bathtub in Milwaukee, made of tin, was put into this house. A man in a horse-drawn sled is parked in...
Description: View from shoreline of Millers, Syl and others in two boats on the Milwaukee River. In the background is a boat in the middle of the river near a bridge.
Description: Quarter-length studio portrait of George A. Carhart, Milwaukee physician.
Description: Display cases are neatly arrayed with merchandise inside the Baldauf Drug Company store.
Description: Elevated view taken from the Miller Building, which is the original site of the old Milwaukee House. In the center of the foreground is what used to be ca...
Description: Carte-de-visite portrait of Hannah (Barber) Billinghurst (1832-1900) of Horicon. Hannah was the wife of lawyer Charles Billinghurst (1818-1865), who served...
Date: 1941 before
Description: Milwaukee Farmer's Market during the late 1930s. A customer carries produce purchased at the market.
Description: Elevated view of T.A. Chapman's new store with a horse and carriage next to it.
Description: A woman, possibly Alma Reinhardt Taylor, wearing a long coat, on a rocky beach with a boy looking out at the water, and a younger child crouched at her fee...
Description: Bird’s-eye-view map. Published in the Milwaukee Sentinel: Wednesday morning, August 28, 1889 for the 23rd Nationla Encampments of the GAR, August 27th to 3...
Date: 1905 ca.
Description: Wooded drive with fall colors.
Description: Costume party at Gauer's home on Downer Avenue. Ruthe Distenfeld owned five appliance stores, Bernice Flower was Forrest Flower's wife (WPA Artist), and Be...
Description: Quarter-length studio portrait of Rupert R. Fry, Milwaukee insurance company president.
Description: Two International C-55 trucks owned by the Milwaukee Western Fuel Company parked beneath a chute after being loaded with coal.
Description: Head and shoulders studio portrait of Walter Davidson, Milwaukee manufacturer.
Description: The exterior of the first Pawling & Harnischfeger storefront from across a street. The text in the windows reads "Panyard Machinery & Pattern Works," "Mfrs...
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