• Dugout Tavern

    Overhead view of the Dugout (c.1952-1956) bar from a structure across the street. A sandbox and parking lot can be seen in the rear as well as surrounding buildings. Store front signage includes Pabst…

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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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  • Al and Irma's on Fond Du Lac

    Wudtke, Herman A

    A photograph of Al and Irma's Tap on the south east corner of the intersection of Fond du Lac Avenue and 15th Street. W Fond du Lac and N 15th SE Corner.

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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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  • Seaway Tap tavern

    Close up front view of the Seaway Tap (1956-1978) bar. Pabst Blue Ribbon, Andeker, and Blatz beer signs are visible. 637 S. 2nd St.

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  • Second Story View of Kneisler's White House

    Second story view of Kneisler's restaurant from Kinnikinnic Ave. The tavern was originally developed by William Kneisler in 1891.

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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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  • Sting tavern

    Sleezer, John

    Close up side view of The Sting (1980-1984) bar. A Newport Lights cigarettes billboard and two automobiles are visible in the background. It was later replaced by the Brass Key Restaurant & Lounge, wh…

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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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  • Kuenstler-Heim Restaurant

    Interior view of the Kuenstler-Heim Restaurant. A floor to ceiling view shows the dining area and decorations of the room. German writing is visible on the walls. R. Reinhard, Prop; Nov. Plankinton; 2…

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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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  • J.P. Strack Beer Hall saloon

    Front view of the J.P. Strack Beer Hall (mid 1885 to mid 1895) tavern. Visible signage advertises J. Obermann Milwaukee Lager Beer and Wines, Liquors & Cigars. MAY 62. D 562. [The following descriptio…

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  • Mike's Bar and Schrinsky Food Store

    Angled view of Mike's Bar (1957-1965) showing signage for Pabst Blue Ribbon and Schlitz beer, 7-UP soft drinks, and Arrow Oldsmobile. The tavern shared a building with the Schrinsky grocery store at t…

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  • Miller Brewery Saloon

    Front view of the historic Miller Brewing Co. Bar (c. 1904) building with original corbelled cornice. Example of a brewery owned tavern built by John Shramka and designed by architect Wolff and Evans…

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  • Sunnyside Hall tavern

    View of the Sunnyside Hall (1955-1984) bar and neighboring business Cummings Trucking. Signs advertising Schlitz, Blatz, and Pabst Blue Ribbon beer are visible. The historic Fred Schroeder Building wa…

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  • Art Altenberg's Concertina Bar

    Howell, Lynn D

    The owner and two musicians are depicted playing instruments together at the counter of Art Altenberg's Concertina Bar (1982-2007). Taverns. Altenberg's Concertina bar. C1983.

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  • Fiesta Club tavern

    The Fiesta Club (1963-1967) bar, located in the historic Charles Harms Building. Hamm’s, Pabst, Blatz, and Schlitz beer signs and an exterior advertisement for NUN Chemical Co. are visible. Two automo…

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