• Cream City Brewing Company on Plankinton

    This photograph shows N Plankinton St. The Triangle Building, home to the Cream City Brewing Company, is in the center-left portion of the photo. Several horse-drawn vehicles can be seen in the photo…

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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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  • Advertisements on St Paul

    Hunter, Henry H

    This photograph shows a brick building with multiple advertisements pasted to it. The advertisements read, "Drink Blatz Milwaukee, First for Thirst!", "Hagenbeck Wallace Circus, Wisconsin State Fair,…

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  • More Advertisements on St Paul

    Hunter, Henry H

    This photograph shows a brick building with multiple advertisements pasted to it. The advertisements read, "Drink Blatz Milwaukee, First for Thirst", "Re-Elect Benson Sheriff, Vote Socialist", "Elect…

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  • Stately brick building on Walnut

    Wudtke, Herman A

    This photograph shows the long, brick building at the corner of N 6th and W Walnut Sts. Signs on the window fronts read, from right to left: Hampton Cleaners, Taylor's Inn, Tunson Record Shop, Rose's…

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  • Norman Flats

    This photograph shows the Norman Flats, also known as The Norman, which was located at 626-638 W Wisconsin Ave. Built in 1888, it was destroyed by a fire in January of 1991. A sign for Miller High Lif…

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  • Looking North on Broadway and Kilbourn Before Widening

    Cars stand parked along Broadway looking north. An assortment of two and three story buildings line both sides of the street. In the distance is a raised sign for Blatz Brewery. Dahl Motors stands on…

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  • Caradaro Club Tavern, 1959

    Wudtke, Herman A

    A view of the Caradaro Club Tavern, located at 326 East Erie Street. There are signs that read, "Italian Pizza" and "Italian Spaghetti" in the windows and cars are parked along the street in front of…

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  • Multiple businesses on Walnut St

    Wudtke, Herman A

    This photograph shows the long, brick building at the corner of N 6th and W Walnut Sts. Signs on the window fronts read, from right to left: Hampton Cleaners, Taylor's Inn, Tunson Record Shop, Rose's…

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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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  • Corby's billboard on Walnut

    Wudtke, Herman A

    This photograph shows the long, brick building at the corner of N 6th and W Walnut Sts. Signs on the window fronts read, from right to left: Hampton Cleaners and Taylor's Inn. An advertisement Blatz b…

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  • Reinke Sheet Metal Works

    A. J. Breitwish & Sons

    This photograph shows a brick building on N Market St. Signs on the building read, "Reinke Sheet Metal Works"; "H. A. Fricke Company, Distributors Jobbers"; and "Pittsburgh Plate Glass Company Garage"…

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  • Pedestrians at 6th & Walnut

    Wudtke, Herman A

    This photograph shows the long, brick building at the corner of N 6th and W Walnut Sts. Signs on the window fronts read, from right to left: Hampton Cleaners and Taylor's Inn. An advertisement Blatz b…

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  • Bingo

    This photograph shows the building located on N Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Dr and N 5th St. It was originally built as a Merchants & Farmers State Bank. When this photo was taken, it was home to a Mas…

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  • Man entering Community House

    This photograph shows a man entering the Community House hotel on the corner of Seeboth and Ferry. Advertisements on the front of the building read, "20 oz Glass of Beer 20 cents" and "Free parking fo…

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  • Walnut and 6th

    Wudtke, Herman A

    This photograph shows the long, brick building at the corner of N 6th and W Walnut Sts. Signs on the window fronts read, from right to left: Hampton Cleaners and Taylor's Inn. An advertisement Blatz b…

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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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