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Date: 1910 ca.
Description: Interior of auditorium with a large open dance floor, a stage in the center, and seats on the sides with balcony seating. Ceiling has a long window that h...
Date: 1907 ca.
Description: Three large stationary steam engines at International Harvester's Milwaukee Works. The factory was owned by the Milwaukee Harvester Company until 1902.
Description: Still wearing his pajamas, "Milwaukee Sentinel" editor Alvin Steinkopf reads the newspaper. The popular comic strip, "Gasoline Alley", can be seen on the...
Description: Float of the Women's Christian Temperance Union in a Milwaukee parade.
Description: This product, which is a later component of a sugar mill, was purchased bu Colorado Fuel and Iron and used by Union Sugar Division of Consolidated Foods Co...
Description: Head and shoulders studio portrait of Thomas M. Kearney, Racine attorney.
Description: Non-reversing marine drive that was a later component of a 800 foot Great Lakes bulk carrier. This unit was purchased by the Electro Motive Division of the...
Description: Cabinet card of John (1836-1904) and Ethelinda (1856-1947) Johnston sitting on a decorative wall in front of a painted backdrop of trees. John, a successf...
Description: Quarter-length studio portrait of Charles A. Paeschke, Milwaukee manufacturer.
Date: date unknown
Description: A crowd has gathered around an open door on a boat from which several men are reaching out and shaking hands with individuals in the crowd.
Description: Full-length portrait in front of a painted backdrop of Frederick Layton in late middle age. He is holding a cane in one hand and a hat in the other. He die...
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: View on Lower Broadway. A long red building is in the left foreground angling to the right. A road runs alongside buildings with many horse-drawn vehicles...
Date: 1875 before
Description: Stereograph. Looking northwest. Designed by Edward Townsend Mix, the building is said to be Wisconsin's premier example of the Victorian Gothic style of ar...
Description: Color view from the river. Foreground has three people in a boat. A bridge over the river, and a boat to the left are in the center. City Hall is in the...
Description: "Beatle" Bob Barry, disc jockey for Milwaukee radio station WOKY, posed for a photograph with (Sir) Paul McCartney. At the bottom is a brass plate that rea...
Description: Quarter-length studio portrait of Charles Richard Van Hise, University of Wisconsin-Madison president.
Description: 48 inch clutch with spacer in the test lab at Falk.
Description: A young mother feeds her infant baby food outdoors.
Description: Portrait of the Seiden family (wife and in-laws of Salvator Moshe). Front row, from left: Thelma Seiden Moshe (wife), Max (father-in-law), Bessie (mother-...
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