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Description: This map shows lot and block numbers, buildings, some landownership, roads, railroads, cemeteries, the Milwaukee River, and Lake Michigan. The map includes...
Description: Quarter-length portrait in front of a painted backdrop of Emanuel A. Adler, Milwaukee manufacturer.
Description: This map is pen and ink on paper and is map 5 in a series of 12. The map shows streets, the Milwaukee River, Lake Michigan, and railroad tracks.
Description: Letterhead of the O'Neil Oil & Paint Company of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, manufacturers of oils, paints, chemicals, and other supplies for tanneries and laundr...
Date: 1909-06-19 ca.
Description: Caswell Block building at W. Wisconsin and N. Plankinton Avenues.
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...
Date: 1936 ca.
Description: Five people sitting on a sidewalk outside of a building. A woman stands on a stoop in the doorway.
Description: Miller Brewery taken as part of a project to document the Wisconsin brewing industry.
Date: 1900 ca.
Description: Plaque marking the site of the first Court House, first and second jails, and the first County Offices. Erected by Milwaukee County, the plaque has classi...
Description: W.M. Steinmeyer grocery building at the southeast corner of N. 3rd Street and W. Highland Avenue.
Date: date unknown
Description: Three men wrapped up in blankets waiting at a stadium box office for tickets to go on sale. The man in the middle is reading a book. The man on the right h...
Description: Billhead of the E.H. Daniels & Company of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, dealers in hardware and stoves, with a three-quarter view of the storefront, and horse-draw...
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: Milwaukee northeast from Mitchell block. View of rooftop with skylight and buildings in the background.
Description: A male employee, Michael Nycz, attends to a pulverizer mill that is a later component of a coal pulverizer. This unit was purchased by Foster Wheeler and u...
Date: 1921-04-17 ca.
Description: Workers shoveling grain, possibly corn, onto a lake vessel. Probably on the lower Milwaukee River.
Description: Drawing depicting the Milwaukee Bank Riot of June 24, 1861. A large crowd is gathered outside the State Bank and Mitchell's Bank. A fire burns in the stree...
Description: Artist's rendering of the club level plan for Miller Park Stadium.
Description: Michael Petyo is shaking hands with a reporter from 12 News, as a camera operator is filming them. Petyo is wearing a suit and a red flower pin. Another ma...
Description: An employee uses a file to demonstrate the hardness of a diesel engine cylinder at Milwaukee Works (factory). Photograph taken by Don Jones.
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