• Rear view of Independent Milwaukee Brewery Co

    Hunter, Henry H

    Rear view of Independent Milwaukee Brewery Co. The buildings are composed of brick and wood. These buildings are connected. Steam or smoke is escaping from a chimney. One man is standing by one of the…

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  • Close up of Independent Milwaukee Brewery Co site

    Hunter, Henry H

    View of dirt road that separates buildings on the site. Broken windows are visible. Pieces of scrap metal and wood lay around the bldgs. This was one of the buildings cited by the Milwaukee Fire Dept…

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  • View of Independent Milwaukee Brewery Co's scrap pile

    Hunter, Henry H

    View of dilapidated side buildings. There appears to be a large pile of rock, scrap, and misc wood and metal. Train tracks are visible. The roof tops of a line of houses are visible in background behi…

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  • Independent Milwaukee Brewery Co.

    Hunter, Henry H

    Panoramic view of Independent Milwaukee Brewery Co. Many of the buildings look very worn. A dirt road surrounds the wood frame buildings. Train tracks are also visible on the grounds. Steam or smoke i…

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  • J.P. Strack Beer Hall saloon

    Front view of the J.P. Strack Beer Hall (mid 1885 to mid 1895) tavern. Visible signage advertises J. Obermann Milwaukee Lager Beer and Wines, Liquors & Cigars. MAY 62. D 562. [The following descriptio…

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  • Fogg's Saloon

    A group of men and one child pose outside the entrance to John Fogg's Saloon (c. 1906) on Jones Island. The tavern was one of many among the fishing village establishment on the island. Signs advertis…

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  • John Munzinger's saloon storefront

    Two men, two boys, and a dog pose on the steps of John Munzinger's tavern. Schlitz beer advertisements flank the front corners of the building while the company’s trademark Belted Globe sign is suspen…

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  • Chas. Mueller's Pavilion

    Wide view of Chas. Mueller's Pavilion saloon showing a group of people posing near the entrance. Numerous Miller beer signs are visible on and around the tavern.

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  • John Munzinger's saloon far view

    A group of men congregate in front of John Munzinger's tavern near horse-drawn sleds. Schlitz’s trademark Belted Globe sign is suspended over the entrance of the wood-frame building with a second beer…

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  • Mike's Bar and Schrinsky Food Store

    Angled view of Mike's Bar (1957-1965) showing signage for Pabst Blue Ribbon and Schlitz beer, 7-UP soft drinks, and Arrow Oldsmobile. The tavern shared a building with the Schrinsky grocery store at t…

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  • John Munzinger's saloon angled view

    A group of people and a dog pose outside the entrance to John Munzinger's tavern, located in a two-story wood-frame building. Breweries-Weiss Beer - See also John Munzinger's. ED-2

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  • Joe Steak's Saloon

    A group of men pose at the entrance to Joe Steak's Saloon. The wood frame building was a mid-19th century Milwaukee area tavern.

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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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  • Alleyway off of Broadway

    Wudtke, Herman A

    Looking down an alleyway off of Broadway. A sign for the Harp tavern advertises Blatz beer. A parking lot with one car is visible behind a lightpost and a home. A low-roofed garage neighbors the build…

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  • Angeline A. Hudaj's Tavern , 1938

    Hunter, Henry H

    A view of Angeline A. Hudaj's Tavern located at 448 East Erie Street. The sign above the entrance reads, "Moulin Rouge Caf, Litia Beer." Painted on the building are the words, "Rooms by day or week."…

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  • Layton Park Exchange exterior

    Men, women, children, and horses pose outside of the Layton Park Exchange (approx. 1900-1909). The building housed a barber shop, saloon, and possibly rented rooms. A sign affixed to the building depi…

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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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  • Community House

    Wudtke, Herman A

    This photograph shows the Community House hotel on Seeboth and Ferry. A small poster on the front of the building advertises the Olson Shops. A large advertisement on the side of the building reads, "…

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