• 1426-1430 N 16th St

    Hunter, Henry H

    This photo shows a pair of clapboard houses on N 16th St. The house on the right has a "For Rent" sign hanging on the front door. Rec. No. 2103 / Feb 21 1934 / 1426-30 N 16th St / Fire Prevention Bure…

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  • 946 N 16th St

    Hunter, Henry H

    This photo shows a garage and wood shed on N 16th St. The roof of the structure is crumbling. The woodshed part of the building is open to the elements. Neg. No. 1588 Jun 15 1932 / 946 N 16th St / Fir…

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  • Ardmore Construction

    Brown & Rehbaum

    Men rest in the shade of the Ardmore's three floors. A small building is marked as Office - S. M. Siesel Co., the Ardmore's builders. Ardmore Hotel; S. M. Siesel Co. Engineering-Constructing. Aug.1-19…

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  • Elegant Grand Ave home

    An elegant home stands at the corner of 16th St and Grand Ave (now W Wisconsin Ave), reflecting the origin of Grand Ave's name, in 1914. Referring to the horse-drawn transport of the day, the sign on…

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  • William Schuster Bakery

    Bakery in two story wooden structure at corner of North 16th Street and West Hopkins Street. Streets are dirt and tree-lined. Two women seated left of entrance and one man standing to right. Awning ha…

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  • Exterior view of barbershop storefront

    Double door entry to barbershop with plate glass window fronts on either side and above doors. Electric "Barber Service" signs in windows. Barber pole mounted to right of doorway. Reflection of automo…

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  • Ardmore construction 17 October 1924

    Brown & Rehbaum

    The Ardmore's construction is nearly complete. Windows are not yet set in frames. Signs mark architects Martin Tullgren & Sons, S.M. Siesel Co. Engineering-Contracting , Plumbing Fixtures by Rundle-Sp…

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  • Ardmore construction 15 August 1924

    Brown & Rehbaum

    Men with Siesel set the Tullgren's Ardmore's fifth floor wooden frame. Piles of cinder blocks grow higher on the sidewalk. Cars line the streets. S. M. Siesel Co. Engineering-Constructing, Aug.15-1924…

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  • Ardmore Construction

    Brown & Rehbaum

    Men lay the Ardmore's foundation. Signs next door at Arden Hall (1616 W. Wisconsin) advertise the Ardmore's architects and builders, Martin Tullgren & Sons and S. M. Siesel Co. Ida El apartments (737…

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  • GAF Corporation

    A brick building with many glass block windows and signage for gaf Photo Service a division of GAF Corporation GAF Corporation Photo Service Division 1830 N 16th

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  • Ardmore Construction

    Brown & Rehbaum

    The Ardmore's second floor is set in a wooden frame. A small building is marked as Office - S. M. Siesel Co., the Ardmore's builders. A sign on the ground indicates plumbing & heating installed by Wen…

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  • GAF Corporation

    A brick building with many glass block windows and signage for gaf Photo Service a division of GAF Corporation GAF Corporation Photo Service Division 1830 N 16th

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  • 2800 N 16th St

    Hunter, Henry H

    This photo shows a tall, wooden barn on N 16th St. The wood is darkly stained. The boards at the bottom look loose. Neg. No 1504 Apr 13 1932 / 2800 N 16th St / #543 / Fire Prevention Bureau, Milwaukee…

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  • 4208 N 16th St, front entry

    This photo shows the front stoop of 4208 N 16th St. The multi-color brick home also has white stucco siding on the upper level above the door. Front stoop entry door 4208 N 16th St

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  • Ardmore construction 12 September 1924

    Brown & Rehbaum

    The Ardmore's first five floors' terra cotta is complete. The fifth floor has a wooden scaffold. The detailed terra cotta ornamentation is prominent. The top three floors remain framed. S. M. Siesel C…

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  • Ardmore construction 26 September 1924

    Brown & Rehbaum

    The Ardmore's first seven floors appear to be complete. Builders' signs mark architects Martin Tullgren & Sons, S.M. Siesel Co. Engineering-Contracting Milwaukee-Pittsburgh, Plumbing Fixtures Furnishe…

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  • Ardmore construction 29 August 1924

    Brown & Rehbaum

    Siesel's builders have just begun to erect the Tullgrens' Ardmore's eighth floor. A wooden scaffold has been built around the fifth floor. A women in a skirt and hat waits at 16th Street with a car to…

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  • Ardmore Apartment Hotel

    Brown & Rehbaum

    An angled view of the eight-story Ardmore building. Designed by architectural firm Martin Tullgren & Sons and built with glazed terra cotta and Cream City Brick. Its finials and anthemions have since…

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  • 1550 N 16th St

    Hunter, Henry H

    This photo shows a large old barn on N 16th St. Some of the shingles on the roof are coming off. The boards are stained different colors. Neg. No. 1505 Apr 13 1932 / 1550 N 16th St / Fire Prevention B…

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  • Ardmore construction 22 August 1924

    Brown & Rehbaum

    Siesel's builders set the sixth floor of the Tullgren architects' Ardmore building. S. M. Siesel Co. Engineering-Constructing, Aug.22-1924 - Milwaukee.; Brown & Rehbaum Service Commercial Photographer…

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