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Date: 1920 ca.
Description: Workers and inspectors of a mechanized concrete pour somewhere in Milwaukee County. By 1920 Milwaukee was famous for its 18-foot wide concrete roads, the c...
Description: A group portrait of the Local 75 women's bowling team, who played at the Moose Alleys. From left to right in front are the Moose Boosters: Anne Chomicki, B...
Date: 1909 ca.
Description: Milwaukee's first mail truck, here referred to as an "auto car." The date comes from a similar postcard that is postmarked.
Description: Waist-up seated studio portrait of Charles J. Dexter, Milwaukee grocer.
Description: An industrious family cleans their motorboat which is parked in the driveway.
Description: Warren Spahn, of the Milwaukee Braves enjoys a moment in the bullpen.
Date: 1930 ca.
Description: 3000 W. Wisconsin Avenue. Completed in 1928, it is a Shriners mosque, and was designed by architects Clas and Shepard in Moorish Revival style. The buildin...
Description: Quarter-length studio portrait of William DeForest Halsted, Milwaukee manufacturer.
Date: 1922 ca.
Description: Factory girls' “club” gathered for coffee in plant refreshment room in the Milwaukee Paper Box Co.
Date: 1949 before
Description: Welding a milk truck at the Heil Corporation in Milwaukee. The Heil company was founded by German-born Julius P. Heil in 1901. As the Heil Rail Joint Wel...
Description: Quarter-length studio portrait of James J. McClymont, Milwaukee company president.
Date: 1917 ca.
Description: Theater with many signs, one of which is advertising a matinee. Several other buildings are visible to the left of the building. A large crowd of people...
Description: An unidentified Falk employee stands next to a large Steel Spur Gear. The sign in the photograph reads, "Cast Steel Spur Gear. Made by The Falk Co. Milwauk...
Date: 1935 after
Description: Down the road and across the bridge from the theatre. Iron work on the bridge obstructs the view of the theatre. Cars are crossing the bridge, and pedestri...
Date: 1905 after
Description: Two men wearing hats and coats in a horse-drawn carriage on a residential street.
Date: 1900 ca.
Description: Davidson Theatre and Hotal at 135-137 Third Street. Signs for advertisements identify the buildings that are visible. Carriages and people are on the road...
Description: At North Jackson and East Mason Streets, with the Sherman home (extreme left) and the Newton home (center). Four buildings are in the image, along the road...
Description: Center of a panorama view of a full parking lot with the grandstand in the background.
Description: A pioneer Scandinavian immigrant hotel on Clinton Street, south side, built before the Civil War. Posters are a board on the left side of the house, and a...
Date: 1910 ca.
Description: Tractors and engines at International Harvester's Milwaukee(?) Works.
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