• Standing man playing drum

    Wollensak, W

    A standing man wearing a Union Civil War uniform plays a drum hanging from his belt. W. Wollensak, photographer, address, 450 National Avenue, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, printed on verso with a bamboo and…

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  • Dress Revue at State Fair

    At the Wisconsin State Fair, girls model clothes they have made themselves.

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  • Milwaukee tavern revelers raise bottle as Alois Genser tends bar

    Milwaukee tavern revelers raise a bottle as Alois Genser (Elfrieda Haese's grandfather) tends bar on the southeast corner of N. Water and State streets.

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  • John C. Koch

    Republican Born October 18, 1841 in Hamburg, Germany. Merchant and manufacturer. Republican. Elected mayor in 1893 to fill Somers' unexpired term. Re-elected 1894. Present city hall built during his a…

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  • Oral History Interview with Jules Levin, September 3, 1990

    Levin, Jules

    “Dr. Jules Levin was born in 1910 to Jewish immigrant parents in a farming community in Milwaukee county. Both of his parents came from a multi-ethnic area of White Russia and knew both Polish and Rus…

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  • Cordes and Treis on contract to install steam heat

    Cordes; Treis, Cordes and Treis Steam and Hot Water Heating and Ventilating

    Letter from Cordes and Treis regarding notification of contract to install steam heat.

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  • Roland Braun and Jean Rex, recorded April 11, 1985

    Leary, James P., 1950, Koch, Lewis, 1949

    Interviews and musical performances by Roland Braun and Jean Rex, Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

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  • Man sitting on a drum

    Wollensak, W

    A man wearing a Union Civil War uniform sits on a drum. W. Wollensak, photographer, address, 450 National Avenue, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, printed on verso with decorative borders.

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  • Emil Wallber

    Republican Born April 1, 1841 in Berlin. Came to Milwaukee in 1855. Lawyer and Republican. President of the school board 1871to 1873, assemblyman 1872, city attorney 1873 to 1878. Elected mayor in 188…

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  • Environmental posters at State Fair

    Posters about the environment at the Wisconsin State Fair.

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  • The Romantic Balladier

    Postcard for responding to listener's letters to "The Romantic Balladier." Addressed to: Miss Velma Brei, Dousman, Wis.

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  • Grizzly bear exhibit at Milwaukee County Zoo

    Five polar bears walk around their exhibit in the Milwaukee County Zoo. Text printed on the side of the photograph reads, "JUN 71."

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  • Tom Barrett

    Tom Barrett was born in Milwaukee on December 8, 1953. He attended Marquette University High School, received B.A. in Economics from the University of Wisconsin-Madison in 1976, and received his law d…

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  • Roasted corn booth at State Fair

    At the Wisconsin State Fair, attendees eat roasted corn from a food booth.

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  • Arthur Shattuck

    A studio portrait of Arthur Shattuck, a pianist and an important writer on musical subjects, who was born in Neenah, Wisconsin. Photograph by Stein, Milwaukee.

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  • Emil Wallber

    Republican Born April 1, 1841 in Berlin. Came to Milwaukee in 1855. Lawyer and Republican. President of the school board 1871to 1873, assemblyman 1872, city attorney 1873 to 1878. Elected mayor in 188…

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  • Oral History Interview with Margaret Euch, April 1, 1993

    Euch, Margaret

    Margaret Euch was born in Goynk, in Hungary, in 1919. There she married and lived as a farmer until WWII, during which her husband was killed. She immigrated to the United States in 1955. She recalls…

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  • John Louis Bohn

    Milwaukee Journal

    Born August 2, 1872, at Two Rivers, Wisconsin. After early hotel and real-estate ventures in Two Rivers and Chicago, he moved to Milwaukee where he operated a waterfront hotel. Elected county supervis…

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  • Oral History Interview with Tony Seidia, April 8, 1991

    Seidia, Tony

    Tony Seidia’s parents came to Milwaukee from Bocca di Falco, near Palermo, Sicily, near the turn of the 19th century. Tony recalls his father’s businesses, old Milwaukee streets, his education, workin…

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  • North America : Showing the Origin & Progress of the Storm of March 14-17, 1859, and How it Might Have Been Known Upon the Lakes a Whole Day Before it…

    Lapham, Increase

    This map is one of the earliest weather maps of the United States, which traced an 1859 storm across the continent. Manuscript annotations in red ink show dates and positions of the storm front. The b…

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