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Description: Three-quarter length seated studio portrait of Charles D. Rogers, Milwaukee realtor.
Description: Two horses pulling a carriage with a driver on a dirt road.
Description: Northeast corner of N. 2nd and W. Michigan streets with the James G. Brazell Printing and C.W. St. John Labor Agency businesses. A man is standing at a fru...
Description: View of machinery castings that were a later component of a cement mill support roller. This unit was purchased by the Fuller Company and and used by Huron...
Description: Quarter-length studio portrait of Thomas J. Neacy, Milwaukee manufacturer.
Date: 1973 ca.
Description: An advertising poster for Pabst Blue Ribbon beer. The poster features an image of a young man with a caption reading "our founder", a bottle of Pabst Blue...
Description: Three men wearing hats are standing in front of the bar at a Milwaukee picnic. Behind them are a large group of men wearing black suits crowded around the...
Description: Three-quarter length seated studio portrait in front of a painted backdrop of Carroll Gardner Pearse, Milwaukee schoolmaster.
Description: Men and women walk around piles of coal, examining a collapsed structure in a coal yard.
Description: Group of men of the Life Saving Service posing in front of their boat.
Description: Quarter-length studio portrait of F.J. Sensenbrenner, Neenah manufacturer.
Description: Sears Roebuck department store interior.
Date: 1897 after
Description: A group of men carrying lunch boxes are walking away from a steam engine train, which is near another train and power lines.
Description: Quarter-length studio portrait of John Lefeber, Milwaukee company president.
Description: Three-quarter length seated studio portrait of Anson K. Mayhew, Milwaukee lumberman and manufacturer.
Description: Quarter-length studio portrait of Andrew Jay Frame, Milwaukee banker.
Description: Milwaukee County Stadium on the day of the first game of the 1958 World Series, between the Milwaukee Braves and the New York Yankees. A man is being lower...
Description: View of a male employee, Walter Drolhr, attending to a drive agitator. This product was purchased by Coppus Engineering Corporation and used by E.R Squibb...
Description: Mill drive that was later purchased by Traylor Engineering and used by Hudson Cement. Original Falk caption reads, "See engineering files for exact descrip...
Date: 1880 ca.
Description: 2504 Forest Home Avenue. This hotel was situated on what was originally a plank road between Milwaukee and Muskego. It was designed after the Federal style...
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