• 1301 W Highland Ave, 2

    Barth, Fred C

    This photograph shows an old wood or vinyl slat home on W Highland Ave. Doorways and some windows are boarded up. Snow is piled high around the house. 1301 W Highland Ave / Rec. No. 187-1B / Jan 8 194…

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  • Brick road at W Highland and N 8th

    This photograph shows the intersection of N 8th St and W Highland Ave. Highland Ave, running from left to right, is made of brick. Buildings and trees line both sides of the street. Cars can be seen i…

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  • Wm. Steinmeyer Co. display window at Journal Company

    Display window with large assortment of cake mixes in the Journal Company window in October 1928. 1928 Oct 10 AM 7 36.

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  • Wm. Steinmeyer Co. window display of wheat products

    Display window with wheat products such as cereals and noodles. Boxes stacked with poster signs and prices. Oct 28 1931

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  • 328 W Highland Ave

    Hunter, Henry H

    This photograph shows a run-down business and home on W Highland Ave. The business on the left, Paul's Garage, advertises "Automobiles Repaired, Solid Truck Tires Put On, Wrecked Bodies Completely Rep…

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  • Interior of Steinmeyer store deli counter

    Store interior. Deli counter. Deer head and fish mounted on wall behind counter. Meats, cheeses, and jarred goods seen within white deli case. White, Toledo Scale seen on top of counter and other good…

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  • Steinmeyer Building Before 1898 Addition

    Romanesque revival, 5 story brick building on east side of N.3rd Street. Looking southeast across Highland and 3rd St. intersection before the addition to the south end of building in 1898. Road const…

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  • Interior of Steinmeyer store product floor and shelves

    Store interior. Display shelves visible throughout. Globe lights line aisles. Central display and weighing counter at left front. Square pillars and wooden ceiling throughout.

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  • Ambrosia Chocolate Company

    Wudtke, Herman A

    This photograph shows an old, multi-story clapboard building on W Highland Ave near N 6th St. The boards are weathered and the windows are covered with plywood. The property at one point belonged to t…

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  • Interior of Steinmeyer store product floor and shelves

    Store interior. Display shelves visible throughout. Globe lights line aisles. Central display and weighing counter at right front.

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  • Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church, circa 1885

    Birds eye view of Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church from Marquette University. Photograph shows church standing tall amongst neighboring homes. Designed by Frederick Velguth and built in the Victori…

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  • Exterior of Wm. Steinmeyer Company building on Third Street

    Romanesque Revival Steinmeyer brick warehouse and store on Third Street. Automobiles parked on Third St. to right and on Highland Avenue to left. Man standing at corner window in center of photograph…

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  • N 6th St at W Highland Ave, before reconstruction

    This photograph shows N 6th St and W Highland Ave, before a reconstruction project. Parked cars line the right side of the street. Several commercial brick buildings are visible. Bureau of Traffic Eng…

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  • 1103 N Old World 3rd St

    Wudtke, Herman A

    This photograph shows a large brick building on the northwest corner of N Old World 3rd St and W Highland Ave. It served as a dry goods store in its early years. In the photo it is home to Sac-Crafts…

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  • Wm. Steinmeyer Co. window display of Uncle Sam recommeded nutritional foods

    John Taylor Company Photographers

    Display window featuring nutritional foods recommended by the US government. Milk, butter, fruits and vegetables, cereal, meat, poultry, and fish all promoted. Two American flags surround central sign…

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  • 710-12 W Highland Ave, 1

    Hunter, Henry H

    This photograph shows two imposing brick buildings on W Highland Ave. There are visible cracks in the brick in the building on the right. Two cars sit parked in front of the buildings. Rec. No. 935 /…

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  • 334 W Highland Ave

    Hunter, Henry H

    This photograph shows a beauty salon on W Highland Ave. The 1930 city directory lists the owner as Mrs. Julia Hinson. The building is made from what looks like wood slats. Some of them are cracked. Th…

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  • Drawing of N 3rd along river

    This photo shows a portion of a lithograph depicting early Milwaukee. What today is known as N Old World 3rd St runs along the river. N 4th St, Prairie St (W Highland Ave), Chestnut St (W Juneau Ave)…

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  • Milwaukee Garden

    H. Belden & Company

    The Milwaukee Garden (1850-1896) covered a square block enclosed by what are now S 19th St, S 20th St, W Highland Ave, and W State St. Proprietors of the beer hall, bowling lanes, society venue, and f…

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  • Wm. Steinmeyer Co. window display of Pabst Beer

    John Taylor Company Photographers

    Display window featuring Big Jo Flour and other products made with flour. Cans of Lovers Spaghetti on left, Y.C. Peaches on right, and sacks of flour in center and foreground. Baking chocolate at righ…

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