• 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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  • 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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  • 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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  • 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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  • 4208 N 16th St, from across street

    This photo shows 4208 N 16th St, from across the street. The yard is covered in snow. 4208 N 16th from across street

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  • Ardmore construction 5 September 1924

    Brown & Rehbaum

    The Ardmore's eight floor frame appears to be complete. Scaffolds surround the third and fifth floors. The ground floor and second floor terra cotta appears complete. A new sign marks the Ardmore's fa…

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  • Cedar tree by 4208 N 16th St

    This photograph shows a Cedar tree in the front lawn of 4208 N 16th St. A battered white car can be seen at right. Cedar tree (1930s)?? Taken from north / 4208 N 16th

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  • Ardmore construction 3 October 1924

    Brown & Rehbaum

    The Ardmore's eight floor is nearly complete. Builders' signs mark architects Martin Tullgren & Sons, S.M. Siesel Co. Engineering-Contracting Milwaukee-Pittsburgh, Plumbing Fixtures Furnished by Rundl…

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