• Dr. D.W.Perkins residence close view

    Brick, two story residence atop a hill on a corner lot. Tree-lined streets with sidewalks and curbs visible. Dirt path worn into grass slot on corner facing the photographer. Stairway visible on left…

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  • Maine Flats

    This photo shows a four story brick apartment building on N 9th St. It was known as the Maine Flats. A police office can be seen using a police call box out in front of the building. #161 N. 75 ft. of…

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  • Wisconsin Club seen from N 9th Street

    Milwaukee Commercial Photographers, Inc

    East side of structure, the original front entrance of the Alexander Mitchell home when it was built in 1848. Original entrance gate visible far left with wrought iron fence atop the stone wall. Gesu…

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  • 2044 N 9th St, rear

    Barth, Fred C

    This photograph shows the rear of a 1.5 story home on N 9th St. The house has wooden clapboard siding. The back yard is overgrown with vines, and filled with junk. A shed sits behind the house. The bu…

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  • Hollywood Apartments

    This photograph shows the Hollywood Apartments on N 9th St. It is a multi-story brick building, which has since been demolished. A woman stands in front of the building. #162 S. 75 ft. of Lots 5 and 6…

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  • 1422-26 N 9th St, in winter

    Hunter, Henry H

    This photograph shows a pair of residences on N 9th St. Both buildings are multi-story, with clapboard siding. The windows are all have broken glass panes, and the homes have an abandoned look to them…

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  • Wisconsin Club Gazebo seen from N 9th Street

    Milwaukee Commercial Photographers, Inc

    View looking southwest from N 9th Street. Wooden, carbed gazebo visible right foreground. Stone wall with beautiful wrought iron fence seen along sidewalk. Spire of Calvary Presbyterian Church seen in…

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  • 2372-2378 N 9th St

    Hunter, Henry H

    This photograph shows a large garage, possibly a converted barn, on N 9th St. The body of a vehicle of some kind (minus the wheels) sits on the ground inside one of the stalls. Rec. No. 1881 / May 25…

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  • 264 9th St

    This photograph shows an old brick home on N 9th St. The yard is surrounded by an iron fence. #145 Lot 7, Block 168 (Inc. S 1/2 vac. Alley adj.) / 255 264 9St / Cedar-Biddle appraisal no. 145 / 264 +…

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  • E.R. Pautke Tenements at 9th and Cedar St.

    Three story, brick row houses on west side of 9th street. Front porch and stairway leading to each house. Automobile seen left front foreground. Police call box at extreme left on corner. E.R. Pautke…

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  • Corner of 9th and State

    This photo shows a large brick home on the corner of N 9th St and W State St. A covered porch wraps around the front of the building. Two men can be seen relaxing on the porch. #144 Lots 4, 5 and 6, B…

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  • 553 N 9th St

    Hunter, Henry H

    This photograph shows a large multi-story home on N 9th St. It has a covered porch and a brick foundation. This house was eventually torn down. The expressway system is on this location today. Rec. No…

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  • Essex Apartments on 9th and Kilbourn

    Milwaukee Commercial Photographers

    This photograph looks south on N 9th St from W Kilbourn Ave. The Essex Apartments can be seen at left, with the Milwaukee Public Library and St James Episcopal church behind them in the distance. The…

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  • Essex Apartments

    Milwaukee Commercial Photographers

    The four-story Essex Flats, four six-flat blocks, have lintel nameplates, terra cotta swags below the cornice, and fire escapes running up between the bay windows. Automobiles and pedestrians line the…

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  • Dr. D.W.Perkins Front end of Parlor

    Interior view of parlor. Artwork visible on left and rear walls. Piano on far right along with two windows and draperies. Chandelier visible back right. Door on back left. Woven carpet covers entire f…

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  • Northwest corner of 9th and Wells

    Milwaukee Commercial Photographers

    This photograph shows the northwest corner of N 9th St and W Wells, looking southeast down 9th St. A dirt parking lot hosts several cars. The Milwaukee Public Library can be seen in the distance. M. C…

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  • Essex Apartments on W Wells and N 9th

    Milwaukee Commercial Photographers

    This photograph shows a side view of the Essex Apartments. They were located on the corner of N 9th and W Wells streets. A pair of men stand near ladders, with a rope strung in between. M.C. P. 1596F…

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  • South on 9th across Kilbourn, before widening

    Schultz, F. W

    This photo looks south on N 9th St, before widening work was done at the Kilbourn Ave intersection. The street is full of traffic. The Milwaukee County Courthouse can be seen at right. The Milwaukee P…

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  • 1922 N 9th St

    Hunter, Henry H

    This photo shows a clapboard store on N 9th St. The storefront windows are cloudy, and clutter (including a hanging scale) can be seen inside. The directory from 1934 (the year the photo was taken) in…

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  • E.R. Pautke Tenements in winter

    Three story, brick row houses on west side of 9th street. Front porch and stairway leading to each house. Snow covered streets and sidewalks. Three people seen on street.

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