• Milwaukee 1894, vol. 1, sheet 014

    Sheet 14 is part of volume 1 of 1894 atlas (Insurance maps of Milwaukee, Wisconsin). This atlas consists of 4 volumes: Vol. 1 (Title page, coverage map, index and pages 1-103) -- Vol. 2 (Title page, c…

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  • Colby & Abbott Building on Milwaukee St.

    Colby-Abbot Building at the northwest corner of Milwaukee and Mason. This brick, neoclassical office building was built by the noted architect, Edward Townsend Mix. cc451 ppx / Colby & Abbott Building…

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  • Colby-Abbot Building

    Colby-Abbot Building at the northwest corner of Milwaukee and Mason. This brick, neoclassical office building was built by the noted architect, Edward Townsend Mix. Colby-Abbot Building at the north-w…

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  • Milwaukee 1910, vol. 1, sheet 023

    023 is part of volume 1 of 1910 atlas (Insurance maps of Milwaukee, Wisconsin). This atlas consists of 8 volumes: Vol. 1 (Title page, coverage map, index and pages 1-104) -- Vol. 2 (Title page, covera…

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  • Karl Ratzsch's Restaurant

    Cars parked on Mason St in front of Karl Ratzsch's German restaurant, established in 1904 by chef Otto Hermann as Hermann's Cafe. Hermann sold it to his stepdaughter Helen (Mama) and her husband Karl…

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  • Karl Ratzsch's Restaurant Interior

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    A man and woman serve food to seated diners at Karl Ratzsch's German restaurant, established in 1904 by chef Otto Hermann as Hermann's Cafe. Hermann sold it to his stepdaughter Helen (Mama) and her hu…

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