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Description: Quarter-length studio portrait of Guy D. Goff, Milwaukee attorney.
Description: Carrying out the "Babes in Toyland" theme at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd W. Shamburek, 140 W. Good Hope Road. Peggy (left), arrranges the furniture with...
Description: A worker welds together sections of a press slide that was later purchased by Federal Engineering and used by the automotive industry.
Description: Milt Polland wearing eyeglasses and a bow tie sits at a cluttered desk with framed photographs visible on the wall in the background. Gauer worked for Poll...
Description: Factory workers producing artillery shells at International Harvester's Milwaukee Works. Original caption reads: "75-Millimeter Shell Manufacture. The shel...
Date: 1912-06-29 before
Description: Interior pages of the farewell dinner menu given to Mr. Wilmer Sieg on the occasion of his move from Milwaukee to Hood River, Oregon. The menu and program...
Description: Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Kress, dressed in lederhosen, enjoy beer and sweet corn at the Mid-summer Festival.
Description: View of a 29 foot in diameter ring gear that is a component of a ball mill drive on a truck. This ring gear was purchased by Koppers and used by Hannah Min...
Description: "Tess was our waitress at the Milwaukee Ale House. Kay, Carly and Parker Hren and Ethan Casper were our guests."
Description: Women and men preparing hot dogs in crock pots at a booth at the Civilian Defense Rally.
Description: Quarter-length studio portrait of Andrew Jay Frame, Milwaukee banker.
Description: Lithographers' Local #7 strike vote meeting held in a large auditorium. A man is standing speaking and every seat in the house is filled.
Description: E.T. Mix designed the original building of the National Soldiers Home in 1867. At the time the structure was dedicated on 28 September 1867, the wings had...
Description: Quarter-length studio portrait of Edward A. Farmer, Milwaukee banker.
Date: 1920 ca.
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: Three children, dressed up in homemade astronaut costumes for Halloween. One clever parent has made good use of a football helmet!
Date: 1968 ca.
Description: Three members of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People Youth Council Commandos (Milwaukee) kneel over George Wallace presidential...
Description: Actor Jack Carson and two boys competing in an ice cream eating contest at the State Fair. The boys are identified as John Schroeder of West Bend and Jacki...
Description: Two men at work moving railroad cars. Part of a series on working conditions aboard Lake Michigan railroad car ferries. Ferry workers belonged to the Natio...
Description: J. Robert Taylor, the first photographer for the Milwaukee Journal, poses in a formal portrait, standing with his pipe. He wears a cravat style tie...
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