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Description: A group of men are gathered around a horse-drawn cart that is pulled up next to a railroad car. The cart has "Wisconsin Humane Society" written on its sid...
Date: 1910 ca.
Description: Fire fighters on ground lifting people out of a building.
Description: Letterhead of the Cudahy Brothers Company, a meat packer from Milwaukee, Wisconsin, with a color image of a package of meat hanging from a hook on a wall,...
Description: Looking west on W. Wells Street from N. 16th Street. Automobiles are parked on both sides of the street and a large billboard advertising in the left fore...
Description: Two long-time Falk employees, Bob Quitzow and Frank Ruscitti, work in the gas cutting department. Original Falk caption reads, "View of 'Bug' cutting Depa...
Description: Quarter-length portrait of Emil Seidel, first Socialist mayor of Milwaukee.
Description: Stereograph view of the interior of the Saint Paul's Church. Features wooden pews, an organ, a large mural over the alter, and columns.
Description: Tractors and engines at International Harvester's Milwaukee(?) Works.
Description: Men, women and children soak up the sun on the beach of a lake (probably Lake Michigan). The children are digging in the sand and there are ships in the di...
Description: Governor Julius Heil with his back to the camera shakes the hand of President Franklin Roosevelt who was on a surprise secret visit to Milwaukee for a tour...
Description: Miller Hall, a saloon recreation center in Milwaukee. In windows below the main entrance to the right are three signs advertising Palm Gardens. Another sig...
Description: A 1917 Locomobile Cabriolet parked in a residential neighborhood. Its body was produced by the W.S. Seaman Company.
Description: Quarter-length studio portrait of Peter Paul Lavies, Milwaukee contractor.
Description: A 1914 Ford truck, the body of which was produced by the W.S. Seaman Company.
Description: View across the Milwaukee River, showing advertisements for the Riverside Printing House, Book and Job Printing, Spring Street Lager Beer Hall, and Hood an...
Date: 1916 before
Description: Three people sitting in the back seat of a parked car drinking beer and other beverages in glasses. The building behind them is the Otto Sprenger Millersvi...
Description: Marine gear unit ready to be shipped. This particular gear unit, a component of a Great Lakes Ore Carrier was purchased by General Motors-Electro Motive Di...
Description: Quarter-length studio portrait of John C. Karel, Milwaukee judge.
Description: View across pond of Syl at Soldiers Home with aunt Helen standing on a landing near a boat and a flagpole. There is a large group of people gathered around...
Description: Henry Weber, the president of the Park Board rides in an automobile in Lake Park. Caption on glass plate reads, "Mr. Henry Webster [sic], prest. Park Board...
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