• 24th and Cherry

    This photograph looks south at the intersection of N 24th St and W Cherry St. The stairs to St Michael's church are just visible at right. A row of run-down looking buildings (one brick, two clapboard…

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  • Neglected two story brick residence on Cherry St

    Hunter, Henry H

    Bricks have fallen off the structure and several windows are broken. The bldg next door appears to be in better condition. This was one of the buildings cited by the Milwaukee Fire Dept. in the 1930s…

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  • 24th and Cherry, looking north

    This photograph looks north across the intersection of N 24th St and W Cherry St. A multi-story clapboard building sits on the corner. At the time the photo was taken, it was home to a grocery store.…

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  • Exterior view of one story building at 425B W Cherry Street

    Hunter, Henry H

    One story building that was condemned at 425 B W Cherry St. It appears that smoke is coming out of the chimney of the small building. Wood paneling is missing from the bottom of the building. There is…

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  • Cream City Brewing Company

    This photograph shows a large brick building on the corner of N 13th St and W Cherry St. It was home to the Cream City Brewing Company. A man sweeps the ground next to a carriage in the foreground. Al…

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  • Fire riddled three story brick building on Cherry Street

    Barth, Lieut. Fred C

    A three story brick rooming building at 324 W Cherry Street caught fire on March 26th, 1950. The adjacent buildings appear unharmed. Ten people died and another 75 tenants were left homeless. Four fir…

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  • Rear view of fired riddled three story brick building on Chery Street

    Barth, Lieut. Fred C

    A three story brick rooming building at 324 W Cherry Street caught on fire on March 26th, 1950. Rear stairway of building is visible and badly burned. Ten people died and another 75 tenants were left…

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  • Various ads line building walls at 1107 W Cherry St

    Hunter, Henry H

    Carl Moore orchestra and feminetts ads line exterior walls of 1107 W Cherry Street building. This was one of the buildings condemned by the Milwaukee Fire Dept. in the 1930s due to violation of codes…

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  • Front view of 601 W. Cherry Street

    View of business on 601 W. Cherry Street. One of the businesses is G. Sternlier's Wearing Apparel. Several adults and children stand in front of the businesses. Milwaukee 1900

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  • Schinz green glass bottle

    Green glass bottle with worked ""Henry Schinz Bottling Milwaukee"" embossed on it. Rounded glass top. Bottle displayed on outdoor table.

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  • Exterior view of condemned shed

    Hunter, Henry H

    Exterior view of shed. White paint marked the outside of the building. This was one of the buildings condemned by the Milwaukjee Fire Dept. in the 1930s due to lack violation of fire codes. 717 Cherry…

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  • Dilapidated residence on Cherry Street

    Hunter, Henry H

    Many of the windows are broken, the front steps are rotting, and a notice is lodged in the door. This was one of the buildings cited by the Milwaukee Fire Dept. in the 1930s due to code violations. Re…

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  • Demolition site in front of Leading Machinery Company

    Demolition site in front of Leading Machinery Co. on 618 W Cherry Street. Sign indicates that Midwest Building and Salvation Co was in charge of construction/demo. Cars are parked on Cherry St. Milwau…

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  • Exterior view of shed at 722 at W Cherry Street

    Hunter, Henry H

    Exterior view of what appears to be a shed or garage at 722 W Cherry St. The side door is ajar and the interior of building is visible. This was one of the buildings condemned by the Milwaukee Fire De…

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  • Interior view of fire riddled brick building on Cherry Street

    Barth, Lieut. Fred C

    A three story brick rooming building at 324 W Cherry Street caught on fire on March 26th, 1950. This is an interior view of the 3rd floor damage with a mangled bed and chair. Ten people died and anoth…

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  • Falk, Jung, and Borchert Brewing Company print

    Print of Falk, Jung, and Borchert Brewery located in the menomonee River Valley. Brewery is operating, because smoke is coming from chimneys and activity is occuring on grounds. In the midground a tra…

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  • South from 2nd and Cherry

    Riemenschneider, August

    This photograph was taken from W Cherry St and N 2nd St, looking south past where the roads terminate. In front of a row of brick buildings, train tracks are visible in the dirt lot. A truck sits near…

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  • Piles of rags line sidewalk of Cherry St

    Brackett, G. A

    Various piles of rags line the sidewalk and backyard of a house. It is a possibility that this is a view of a rag collecting site in early Milwaukee. The buildings in background are wood framed. There…

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  • Top floor view of fire riddled brick building on Cherry Street

    Barth, Lieut. Fred C

    A three story brick rooming building at 324 W Cherry Street caught on fire on March 26th, 1950. This is a view of the roof and 3rd floor damage. Ten people died and another 75 tenants were left homele…

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  • Rupert's Sixteenth Street Grocery at intersection on Cherry St

    Two story brick building at intersection of W Cherry and N. 16th, Old Lisbon Plank Road. It appears as though the lower half of the bldg was used as a grocery store and living quarters in the 2nd stor…

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