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Description: Costume party at Gauer's home on Downer Avenue. Ruthe Distenfeld owned five appliance stores, Bernice Flower was Forrest Flower's wife (WPA Artist), and Be...
Description: A view of Milwaukee Central Fire Station, with fire fighters posed in front of the building and around a fire engine.
Date: 1887 before
Description: Northwest corner of Grand Avenue and 4th Street. Built in 1854 at a cost of $18,000. The storefronts were added in 1868; the building razed in 1886.
Date: 1900 ca.
Description: The F. Dohmen Company Wholesale Druggists. A salesman's catalog with removable screwed bindings and pages of note paper bound between catalog pages. (One o...
Date: 1914-08-20 ca.
Description: Courthouse Square (now Cathedral Square) showing Milwaukee County Courthouse from E. Wells and N. Jackson Streets. Caption on glass plate reads,"Court hous...
Description: Quarter-length portrait of Edward A. Bergwall, Milwaukee manufacturer.
Date: 1976 before
Description: A synagogue at the corner of Broadway and Martin Street. A woman is standing near the street corner, and a boy near the entrance.
Date: date unknown
Description: Quarter-length studio portrait of George Peckham Miller, Milwaukee lawyer.
Description: E. Water and Wisconsin Streets, northwest corner, also called the Ludington Block. John Black's building to extreme right and the Sentinel office between.
Date: 1968 ca.
Description: A tourist map of Milwaukee County and of downtown Milwaukee. The Map of Milwaukee County identifies the location of some of the points of interests in the...
Description: Interior of Kendall Des Jardin's drugstore on Broad Street. Two men are talking with a young boy inside the store.
Description: Exterior perspective and plan sketched on yellow tracing paper for the Anthony Kalupy residence designed and drawn by architect John Randal McDonald.
Description: The Esser sisters, Julie and Jane, stand in a crib with their hands on the foot board. A lamb decal decorates the crib.
Date: 1910 ca.
Description: Wisconsin Street, looking west from the Post Office. The Hotel Pfister is on the corner.
Description: A trio of druggists busy themselves in the laboratory with compounding materials for patient prescriptions. The pharmacists were employed with "The Pharmac...
Description: Arm in arm, Socialist Victor Berger and colleague take a stroll in downtown Milwaukee.
Description: Spoofing as the "Big Boys" in their rented offices during the Zeidler campaign.
Description: Del Krause, president of Local 1114, United Steelworkers of America (second from left) smiles as he and Ken Gorman, vice-president of the local, hand $800...
Description: Vel Phillips, wearing a baseball glove, hat and a sweatshirt that reads "Milwaukee Commando NAACP Youth Council" pitching a baseball. In the background sta...
Description: Letterhead of the F. Mayer Boot & Shoe Company of Milwaukee, manufacturers of and dealers in footwear, with an elevated, three-quarter view of the Mayer co...
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