• Highway 15 Tavern

    Front view of the Highway 15 Tavern (1938-1940) showing a man behind a window sign indicating Good Used Cars Bought & Sold. Other visible signage includes Miller High Life, Zecol Wax, and TEXACO. The…

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  • Sam's Tap tavern

    Angled view of Sam's Tap (1958-1975) bar. Miller High Life, Schlitz, and Blatz beer signage is prominently displayed. Oct 61. B505 oul. D 019. Sam's Tap. 1301 W State. Wudtke Collection. Nw cor S. 2nd…

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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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  • E. Borkenhagen Saloon

    A banner reading 601 E. Borkenhagen hangs across the front of the building while men pose under a Saloon banner draping the entrance to the E. Borkenhagen Saloon (1896-1909). A man peers through an op…

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  • One Gallon Joe tavern

    View from afar of the One Gallon Joe (1960-1964) bar, which was located within a former P.B. Best Brewery building, built in 1887. Pabst Blue Ribbon beer signs are affixed to the entrance. 8th & Natio…

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  • Miller High Life Spa tavern

    Wide shot of the brewery owned Miller High Life Spa (1938-1941) tavern. High Life and the trademark Girl in the Moon signage are visible. Surrounding businesses include physician Dr. Harvey, Harmony G…

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  • Bob-E-Lanes tavern

    De Jong, Philip A

    A man peers out a Bob-E-Lanes (1972-Present) bar window between a Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer neon sign hanging above and a banner sign advertising the same beer below.

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  • Michael Vitucci Tavern

    A woman peers out of the second floor window as two police officers pose in front of the Michael Vitucci (1932-1937) bar entrance. A faded banner across the front of the wood frame building states Mic…

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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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  • 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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  • Ph. Strothmann's Grove saloon

    Angled view of Philipp Strothmann's Grove (c. 1896-1907) tavern and inn, possibly located at 1413 Forest Home Avenue. Pictured at the entrance of the wood frame building are proprietor Philip Strothma…

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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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  • Anton Kuolt Saloon

    Angled view of the building that once housed the Anton Kuolt Saloon (1876-1891). This tavern, situated across from the current Journal Communications Building, was designed by architect Charles Kircho…

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  • Pabst Saloon

    Interior view of a possible Pabst (c. 1900) tavern depicting a bartender and several customers posing near the heavy wooden bar. Interior. A Wachenschwan 3. 12th.

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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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  • Al Howard's Tap

    Milwaukee Commercial Photographers, Inc

    Front view of Al Howard's Tap (c.1949) tavern depicting construction on 7th and Wells Streets. A poster advertises a wrestling match: Gorgeous George vs. Walter Palmer at the Milwaukee Auditorium. Bla…

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  • Layton Park Exchange interior

    Interior view of the Layton Park Exchange (approx. 1900-1909) saloon depicting a group of men posing with the barkeeper. Multiple bottles of Hunter Baltimore Rye are visible, as well as signage statin…

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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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  • Gold Coast Bar

    Angled view of the Gold Coast (1953-1967) tavern which was located in a Jacob Obermann Brewery owned saloon building built in 1884. Harper’s 700 Tap and Tim’s BARBQ House are also pictured, as well as…

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