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Editorial Staff of the Milwaukee Journal



Editorial Staff of the <i>Milwaukee Journal</i>
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Title: Editorial Staff of the Milwaukee Journal
Description: Two men sitting at desks in the editorial room of the Milwaukee Journal. The room was decorated by a newspaper staff artist. At left, the balcony scene from Romeo and Juliet; at right, a "Katzenjammer", a seated man with a cat beside him and his foot, swollen with gout, resting on a stool while a monkey (above the door) tickles his head with a head of barley. The room was eventually destroyed by fire.

Image ID: 103613
Creator
Name:
Unknown
City, State: Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Collection
Name:
Vanderbilt, Paul : Paul Vanderbilt "Iconography of Wisconsin" Photo Series, Discussions, 1965-1967 and 1982-1984
Genre: Photograph
Additional
Information:
Appears on Thematic Panel Image ID: 102483

Description reads: Editorial room of the Milwaukee Journal, in the Montgomery Building, Milwaukee, Wis., sometime between 1890 and 1904, showing I.N. Stewart, political editor (right) and Arthur Weld who wrote under the pen-name "Chappie", at their desks. Presented by Miss Mary E. Stewart of Milwaukee in 1912.

Subjects: Furniture
Newspapers
Murals
Offices
Hats
Typewriters
Indoor photography
Men
Posters
Beards
Suits (Clothing)
Editors
Moustache
Chairs
Smoking
Neckties
 

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