• Winston Way near Nottingham

    Lynn, Tom

    This photograph shows a portion of W Winston Way, a street in Franklin. A line of houses sit in front of a group of trees. Fotosetter 1987 Oct 9 PM 4:20 Tom Lynn 3 / Journal Photo Collection / Day, Da…

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  • 1246 N Van Buren St

    Wudtke, Herman A

    This photograph shows the building formerly located at 1246 N Van Buren St, an early Milwaukee home. This structure was demolished in July of 1964. A new structure was built in its place and given the…

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  • View of E Wisconsin Ave from N Van Buren St

    Wudtke, Herman A

    This photograph shows the buildings that once occupied the south side of E Wisconsin Ave, between N Van Buren and N Jackson streets. The only building with a visible marquee is the one in the middle,…

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  • 1221 W Washington St

    Wudtke, Herman A

    This photograph shows a clapboard, L-shaped house on W Washington St. The trees in the yard are bare, and there is snow on the ground. Mar 61 / B - 418 / D 316 / Houses - Adresses / 1221 W. Washington…

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  • Nevada Apartments

    Wudtke, Herman A

    The Nevada Apartments, designed by architects (Cornelius) Leenhouts & Guthrie and built by Richard Hoeppner & Sons (masons) and Wierdsma & Laatsch (carpenters) in 1916. Razed 1964. Former childhood ho…

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  • 1522-1524 N 11th St

    Wudtke, Herman A

    This photograph shows a large old clapboard building on N 11th St. The building was home to a willow ware shop, and also had apartments. It was finally razed in 1965 to make room for the expressway. N…

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  • 914 S 8th St

    Wudtke, Herman A

    This photo shows a multi-story clapboard house on S 8th St. There is a large tree close to one side of the house. The house was near the intersection with W Mineral St, but was razed to clear the way…

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  • Loeffelholz Co. factory building

    There is a large brick factory building labeled Loeffelholz Co., brass founders & finishers. A wooden bench sits outside. Founded in 1867, business continued until the 1950's. Building then used for s…

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  • Benjamin Church residence on N Van Buren front

    Wudtke, Herman A

    First of two photos mounted together. Close shot of entrance and side of modest pioneer home. Two picture windows are a later improvement. Diamond-shaped cameo window on rear lean-to. Features: exteri…

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  • Benjamin Church residence on N Van Buren rear

    Wudtke, Herman A

    Second of two photos mounted together. Close shot of rear of modest pioneer home and back of of lean-to. Backyard is overgrown with wood posts. Concrete walk on side of house. In background are flats…

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  • James B. Martin Residence

    Wudtke, Herman A

    Residence located on southeast corner of N. Jackson St. and E. Mason St. Home of James B. Martin, a prominent builder and businessman who occupied the site up to around 1858. Residence shown located a…

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  • Old Manegold Mill

    Wudtke, Herman A

    This photograph shows a large brick building on N Plankinton Ave. It was initially built and used as a flour mill. When this photograph was taken, the building was home to the Old Mill Inn, and to Fai…

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