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Description: Drawing submitted to the State of Wisconsin for trademark registration. Blue and yellow label for Chesty Potato Chips featuring a drawing of a young boy we...
Description: The Milwaukee Journal Building located at 734 North 4th Street. To the right of the building in an alley are circulation trucks. Newsboys and customers are...
Description: Artist's rendering of the home plate elevation at Miller Park Stadium. Depicts exterior of stadium at night.
Description: Original caption reads: "Milwaukee Works [factory] - Branch service managers watching tests of Diesel injection pump nozzles. Taken by McQuinn".
Description: Quarter-length portrait of William Berger, Milwaukee merchant.
Description: The Gemini 7 space capsule in which astronaut James Lovell flew in 1965, seen here on display at the Wisconsin Regional Space Center. Although born in Ma...
Description: This product was later purchased by Fuller Company (Traylor Engineering and Manufacturing). Falk caption reads, "Estimated rough weight 46,720 pounds. Flan...
Description: Quarter-length studio portrait of Frank S. Rost, Milwaukee company vice-president.
Description: Quarter-length studio portrait of George L. Thomas, Milwaukee undertaker.
Description: A 1914 Ford truck, the body of which was produced by the W.S. Seaman Company.
Date: 1942 ca.
Description: Car in a parade carrying a sign that reads "Let us pray...God damn Hitler." A large crowd watches the parade from bleachers along the side of the road. The...
Date: 1925 ca.
Description: Winter scene with Harold O. Hornburg of Hartland, Wisconsin, who stated that "he is standing on the front of the machine with his hands on his hips. His bu...
Date: 1901 before
Description: Looking southeast from Clybourn and Fifteenth Streets. An open dirt area is in the foreground, with lumber lying near water on the left, and industrial bui...
Description: A grandmother with daughter and granddaughter. They are nicely dressed for mother's day.
Date: 1918 ca.
Description: Titan 10-20 HP tractors in a warehouse at International Harvester's Milwaukee Works. The factory was owned by the Milwaukee Harvester Company before 1902.
Date: 1940 ca.
Description: Elevated view of Milwaukee railroad yards showing several trains on the tracks next to a large industrial building. The coal car in front of the locomotive...
Description: Alfred Lawson shaking hands with a woman, identified elsewhere as "Mrs. John Pfingsten, wife of one of the Lawson company stockholders," who subsequently c...
Date: 1975 ca.
Description: 1492 W. Wisconsin Avenue. Built in 1886 by John Plankinton for his daughter Elizabeth. Edward T. Mix was the architect. Listed in the National Register of...
Description: Man standing near spacer coupling that Chicago Bridge and Iron-East Chicago Industry later purchased and Inland Steel later used. Falk caption reads, "3340...
Description: Tammy Meiller, 16, of the Blue Eagles 4-H Club, looks over a display of vegetables in the Milwaukee County 4-H Fair at the Mayfair Mall Shopping Center.
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