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Description: Factory worker grinding an external tractor track roller shell at Milwaukee Works.
Date: 1920 ca.
Description: Worker using a motorized shop cart ("shop mule") to transport parts between buildings at International Harvester's Milwaukee Works. The cart was manufactur...
Description: View looking down at reporters and journalists sitting at long tables, typing on their computers or watching the Republican presidential debate. One of the...
Date: 1914-05-13 ca.
Description: The Milwaukee Journal building at N. 4th Street, north of W. Wisconsin Avenue.
Date: date unknown
Description: Outdoor portrait of a wedding party on a balcony. The party consists of the bride and groom (center), three bridesmaids, three groomsmen, a flower girl, an...
Description: Holocaust survivor Salvator Moshe and his wife, Thelma, picnicking at Southshore Park.
Description: Jackie Robinson crouches and points to a diagram of a baseball diamond sketched on the pavement as a large group of primarily African-American boys, some i...
Description: An unidentified man dressed as a chasid rabbi, sitting at a desk.
Description: Worker forming the tip of a steel rod at International Harvester Milwaukee Works. The factory was owned by the Milwaukee Harvester Company until 1902.
Description: Quarter-length portrait of William H. Upham, Wisconsin's 18th governor. He is wearing a suit, necktie and tie pin.
Description: Quarter-length portrait of John Campbell, Milwaukee banker.
Description: Newspaperman Alvin Steinkopf leaning on a large radio in his Milwaukee apartment. Steinkopf is wearing a bow tie and holding a cigar in his hand.
Description: Nine men are lined up along a road on their motorcycles. Men and boys are on the sidewalk behind them, wtih advertisements filling the wall behind the gro...
Description: Quarter-length studio portrait of Julius E. Roehr, Milwaukee attorney.
Description: Quarter-length studio portrait of John Kulzick, Milwaukee manufacturer.
Description: Factory worker tests a diesel engine pump under 6000 pounds of pressure at Milwaukee Works. Photograph taken by Don Jones.
Description: Milwaukee Braves player Lew Burdette in play during a ball game.
Description: Race cars on a country road, with car #29 off the road and missing its driver. The #27 car is just about to pass, with a dust trail behind it. Spectators...
Description: Slightly elevated view of the Overpass Light Brigade, which is forming a semicircle with their signs reading: "GOP Circus." Behind them a mass of protester...
Description: Quarter-length studio portrait of Walter F. Myers, Milwaukee banker.
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