• 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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  • 2200 block of South KK

    This photograph shows a mailman walking along the 2200 block of S Kinnickinnic Ave. Piles of snow sit up against the buildings. Visible businesses are, from left to right: Big Beer Barn Tavern (2211 S…

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  • Schlitz Palm Garden Interior

    Schlitz Palm Garden, attached to the Schlitz Hotel. Dome ceiling designed to be similar to the Auditorium Hotel in Chicago. The Palm Gardens were visited by many famous people, including Woodrow Wilso…

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  • The Spot Restaurant

    Couples dance in the street while the band Pickin' Potter plays on stage outside of The Spot Restaurant. Outside The Spot Restaurant -Street Dance and Country Jamboree at the Spot. Proceeds to go to M…

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  • State between 3rd and 4th

    Wudtke, Herman A

    This photograph shows W State St between N 3rd and N 4th streets. Billboards adorn the roofs and sides of the buildings, including advertisements for Blatz and Schlitz beer. The brick building on the…

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  • Chick's restaurant on Wells

    Wudtke, Herman A

    This photograph shows Chick's Chicken, which advertises "Delicious Chicken Dinners", and Pinky's Tap, which advertises Schlitz beer. The old, clapboard structure was torn down. The Wisconsin Center st…

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  • Tangney's Buffet

    A man stands in the doorway of Tangney's Buffet. The Jung Beer signs indicate that the photo dates prior to 1921, as Jung went out of business during Prohibition. A movie poster for The Circus Man (19…

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  • Southeast corner of King and Brown

    This photograph shows the building on the southeast corner of N Dr Martin Luther King Jr Dr and W Brown St. A sign on the side indicates it is home to the House of Bourbon and the Clinton Delaney Rest…

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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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  • Forst Keller Restaurant

    The imposing brick building that housed Forst Keller restaurant and tavern in the Pabst Brewrey Complex. Originally a German Methodist Church, Pabst bought and converted the building to a restaurant a…

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  • Gus's Golden Spike Tap on National

    This photograph shows the intersection of W National Ave and S 35th St. Several bars and restaurants can be seen in the photo. The closest to the camera is the Golden Spike Tavern, in the right side o…

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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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  • Miller & Holtz on Plankinton

    This photograph shows the Miller & Holtz on the corner of Plankinton and Wisconsin Ave. Miller & Holtz was a restaurant and a beer hall. Milw. Bldgs. Cc359ppx / N. E. corner of Wisconsin and Plankinto…

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  • N 4th St, south of Michigan

    Wudtke, Herman A

    This photograph shows a row of brick buildings on N 4th St, south of W Michigan. The building on the corner has a Blatz sign over the door, indicating it is likely a tavern. Next door is the Green Bay…

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  • Miller & Holtz Restaurant

    This photograph shows horse-drawn vehicles and street-cars being pulled up and down N Plankinton Ave at the intersection of W Wisconsin Ave. Several businesses are visible, including J. Knauber & Comp…

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  • Forst Keller Restaurant

    Cars parked by the imposing brick building that housed Forst Keller restaurant and tavern in the Pabst Brewrey complex. Originally a German Methodist Church, Pabst bought and converted the building to…

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  • 2053 N Dr Martin Luther King Dr

    This photograph shows a mixed use brick building. A tavern is on the ground floor, with apartments on the upper levels. A sign on the side of the building reads, "Wes' Place" and contains an advertise…

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  • Cricket Restaurant

    Wood, Rick

    A view from above of patrons inside the dining room and bar at the Cricket Restaurant.

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  • Side of View Kneisler's White House

    Side view of Kneisler's White House restaurant. Vehicles on the street are visible. The tavern was originally developed by William Kneisler in 1891.

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  • Front View of Kneisler's White House

    Front view of Kneisler's White House Restaurant. Advertisements announcing specials for the upcoming holiday are visible in the windows. The tavern was originally developed by William Kneisler in 1891…

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