• Gettleman Brewing Company's Auditorium Tavern

    Schultz, F. W

    This photograph shows the Auditorium Bar, located at 601 W Kilbourn Avenue. The bar was owned by the Gettleman Brewing Company. An advertisement for Gettleman's Rathskeller Brew is painted on the side…

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  • Druml's Tavern

    Angle view of Druml's (1957-1959) bar showing Pabst Blue Ribbon and Blatz beer signs. Originally the Joseph Schlitz Brewing Company Saloon, the Queen Anne style brick building was an early example of…

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  • One Gallon Joe tavern

    View from afar of the One Gallon Joe (1960-1964) bar, which was located within a former P.B. Best Brewery building, built in 1887. Pabst Blue Ribbon beer signs are affixed to the entrance. 8th & Natio…

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  • Gold Coast Bar

    Angled view of the Gold Coast (1953-1967) tavern which was located in a Jacob Obermann Brewery owned saloon building built in 1884. Harper’s 700 Tap and Tim’s BARBQ House are also pictured, as well as…

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  • Side view of Auditorium Tavern

    Schultz, F. W

    This photograph shows a side view of the Auditorium Bar, located at 601 W. Kilbourn Avenue. The bar was owned by the Gettleman Brewing Company. The city of Milwaukee wished to obtain the land the buil…

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  • 540 W Wells St

    Milwaukee Commercial Photographers

    This photograph shows a large, mutli-story brick building on W Wells St. At the time the photo was taken, it was home to Sullivan Bar. It has several signs for Blatz beer displayed around the outside…

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  • Becker's Bar, 8th and Highland

    Wudtke, Herman A

    This photograph shows the intersection of N 8th St and W Highland Ave. Becker's Bar is on the corner, and advertises both Pabst Blue Ribbon beer and Michelob beer. A grocery store can be seen a little…

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  • 1677 North Farwell Avenue, 1962

    A view of the building located at 1677 North Farwell Avenue. The building houses The East Sider and there is an advertisement for Frenchy's and Blatz Beer painted on the building's exterior. Front: Se…

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  • Fiesta Club tavern

    The Fiesta Club (1963-1967) bar, located in the historic Charles Harms Building. Hamm’s, Pabst, Blatz, and Schlitz beer signs and an exterior advertisement for NUN Chemical Co. are visible. Two automo…

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  • SW corner of W Wisconsin and N 6th

    This photograph shows the southwest corner of W Wisconsin Ave and N 6th St in October of 1953. The majority of the space is occupied by Fred's Parking. On the right is a narrow building, the Avenue Ba…

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  • Al Howard's Tap

    Milwaukee Commercial Photographers, Inc

    Front view of Al Howard's Tap (c.1949) tavern depicting construction on 7th and Wells Streets. A poster advertises a wrestling match: Gorgeous George vs. Walter Palmer at the Milwaukee Auditorium. Bla…

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  • Highway 15 Tavern

    Front view of the Highway 15 Tavern (1938-1940) showing a man behind a window sign indicating Good Used Cars Bought & Sold. Other visible signage includes Miller High Life, Zecol Wax, and TEXACO. The…

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  • Angeline A. Hudaj's Tavern

    Wide view of Angeline A. Hudaj's Tavern (c.1938) before demolition. A Moulin Rouge Café sign above the entrance advertises Lithia beer on tap while Pabst Blue Ribbon posters adorn the pillars. An sign…

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  • Hardt Block

    Overdahl, Ronald M

    This photograph shows the Hardt Block, which is located on the corner of N Doctor M. L. K. Jr. Drive and W Vine Street. Juneau furniture takes up the left side of the building, with Smitty's Liberty B…

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  • King's Tap tavern

    Angled view of the King's Tap bar before it was razed c.1959. The building, dating May 15, 1892, was located on at the southeast corner of S. Kinnickinnic Ave. and E. Stewart St. A sign advertising Mi…

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