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Date: 1944-07-31 ca.
Description: Kolmar Laboratories and surrounding commercial area on the east side of N. Broadway between E. Chicago and E. Buffalo Streets. There are parked automobiles...
Description: View of the Sheboygan Lake steamboat out on the water with several passengers visible on the deck.
Description: Man wearing portable fan around his neck to stay cool.
Description: Governor Gaylord Nelson throwing the first ball of the season at County Stadium.
Description: Americus Kates, 10, surveys the candy case before making his selections.
Date: 1914 ca.
Description: Factory workers using metal lathes to machine parts at International Harvester's Milwaukee Works. The factory was owned by the Milwaukee Harvester Company...
Description: Quarter-length studio portrait of Henry L. Ward, Milwaukee naturalist and museum director.
Description: Colored map in perspective indicates railroad routes. Lake Winnebago and Oshkosh in center, area extends to Shawano (top right corner), Green Bay (bottom...
Date: 1905 ca.
Description: The Daniel Wells, Jr. home, later belonging to Chas. W. Norris, on Grand Avenue.
Description: Waist-up seated studio portrait of Charles J. Dexter, Milwaukee grocer.
Description: Warehouse in Milwaukee's historic Third Ward transformed for its appearance in a made-for-TV movie as the Biograph Theatre in Chicago, where John Dillinger...
Description: Primary drive that was manufactured in the Special High Speed Division. This drive was later purchased and used by the Vertol Division/Boeing Corporation....
Description: This map shows the harbor, streets, some buildings, The Menomonee River, the Kinnickinnic River, the Municipal mooring Basin, and Lake Michigan. The upper...
Date: 1903-09-10 ca.
Description: Looking north on the Milwaukee River from the Holton Street viaduct towards the Milwaukee lumberyards.
Date: 1931 before
Description: The Frank Braeger is moored on the shore of Jones Island with steam issuing from the pipe, with the crew posing on the boat. In the background a man...
Description: Mary Rennebohm, wife of Governor Oscar Rennebohm, is shown dressed in a nineteenth century gown and bonnet while serving as a hostess at the opening day of...
Description: Art Hirt, a Falk employee, inspects a large mixer drive. This unit was purchased by the Mixing Equipment Company. Original Falk caption reads, "Picture tak...
Description: Patricia Ferneding of Hartland, Wisconsin takes her Lightweight Hunter named Just So over a jump at the Wisconsin State Fair. Miss Ferneding won the Ladies...
Description: Lumber yard with boxcars and factory buildings in the back. Made while factory was under protection of the State Militia during the first general labor str...
Description: Letterhead of the Hotel Pfister, with a three-quarter view of the building, and automobiles, a trolley car, and horse-drawn vehicles on the streets.
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