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    • Remember When...suckling pigs were 17c a pound?

    • Remember When...suckling pigs were 17c a pound?

    • Tenth Street (Milwaukee, Wis.); Emil Blaskovics Meat Market (Milwaukee, Wis.); Meat industry and trade -- Wisconsin -- Milwaukee; Barosich, Lawrence; Barosich, Mary; Blaskovics, Antonia; Blaskovics, Emil; Schondel, William

    • Today's high meat prices cause many to think back very fondly to the days when a dollar bought a lot at the butcher shop. It has been many years since numbers like 8, 15 and 17 referred to the cost of meat per pound, but those were some of the...
    • Remember When...horsepower meant the real thing?

    • Remember When...horsepower meant the real thing?

    • Emil A. Krause, Horse-Shoer (Milwaukee, Wis.); Blacksmithing -- Wisconsin -- Milwaukee; Blacksmiths -- Wisconsin -- Milwaukee; Krause, Emil A.; North Avenue (Milwaukee, Wis.)

    • In 1910, bicycles were abundant and about 1,500 automobiles traveled the streets of Milwaukee, but the blacksmith trade still flourished. For every 1,000 people in the census that year, the city recorded between three and four blacksmiths. Emil...
    • Remember When...the Schandein mansion graced Grand Avenue?

    • Remember When...the Schandein mansion graced Grand Avenue?

    • Twenty-fourth Street (Milwaukee, Wis.); Grand Avenue (Milwaukee, Wis.); Wisconsin Avenue (Milwaukee, Wis.); Schandein, Emil; Architecture, Domestic -- Wisconsin -- Milwaukee; Mansions -- Wisconsin -- Milwaukee

    • Milwaukeeans of the late 1800s never failed to take their visitors past the Schandein mansion, located at 24th and Grand (now W. Wisconsin) Ave. It was built by Emil Schandein, one of the owners of the Pabst Brewery, and was styled after a castle...
    • Remember When...this was home for a Milwaukee mayor?

    • Remember When...this was home for a Milwaukee mayor?

    • Walber, Emil, 1841-1923; Sixth Street (Milwaukee, Wis.); Galena Street (Milwaukee, Wis.); Architecture, Domestic -- Wisconsin -- Milwaukee; Mayors -- Wisconsin -- Milwaukee

    • This 1895 photo is of the residence of Emil Walber on the northwest corner of 6th and Galena. Most local historians think of Walber at first as mayor of Milwaukee from 1884-1888. But Walber figures prominently in other capacities in public life. ...
    • Remember When...Schandein imported an architect?

    • Remember When...Schandein imported an architect?

    • Schandein, Emil; Architecture, Domestic -- Wisconsin -- Milwaukee; Wisconsin Avenue (Milwaukee, Wis.)

    • "Schandein home while is was being built" is all the information available about this photo, but that gives enough clues to unearth more facts. Emil Schandein (1840-1888) and his brother-in-law, Capt. Frederick Pabst, inherited a brewery which...
    • Remember When...people went to the Aurora?

    • Remember When...people went to the Aurora?

    • Aurora Theater (Milwaukee, Wis.); Third Street (Milwaukee, Wis.); Motion picture theaters -- Wisconsin -- Milwaukee; Ladwig, Emil; Pavements, Brick -- Wisconsin -- Milwaukee

    • The Aurora Theater was at 1222 (later 3002 N.) 3rd St. The utility pole on the left in this picture bore both a Chambers St. sign and an election notice. The street surface was paved with bricks. Painted on the right side of the theater building...
    • Remember When...the Temple of Music was dedicated?

    • Remember When...the Temple of Music was dedicated?

    • Washington Park (Milwaukee, Wis.); Blatz Temple of Music (Milwaukee, Wis.); Bandstands -- Wisconsin -- Milwaukee; Crowds -- Wisconsin -- Milwaukee

    • "40,000 Rejoice in Park Temple, Dedicated in Smiles and Songs," was the headline Aug. 24, 1938, the day after the dedication of the Blatz Temple of Music in Washington Park. The crowd was described as "heroically patient" during speeches by...
    • Remember When...the Municipal Court was in City Hall?

    • Remember When...the Municipal Court was in City Hall?

    • City Hall (Milwaukee, Wis.); Municipal Court (Milwaukee, Wis.); Public buildings -- Wisconsin -- Milwaukee; Municipal courts -- Wisconsin -- Milwaukee; Courts -- Wisconsin -- Milwaukee; City halls -- Wisconsin -- Milwaukee

    • This classic looking courtroom was none other than the Milwaukee Municipal Court, located then in City Hall. The photo was taken in January, 1897, when the honorable Emil Walber was the judge. Milwaukee's Municipal Court was created in 1859. It...
    • Remember When...'Music Under the Stars' was young?

    • Remember When...'Music Under the Stars' was young?

    • Blatz Temple of Music (Milwaukee, Wis.); Washington Park (Milwaukee, Wis.); Parks -- Wisconsin -- Milwaukee; Concert programs -- Wisconsin -- Milwaukee; Music Under the Stars; Bandstands -- Wisconsin -- Milwaukee; Crowds

    • The Milwaukee County Park Commission's "Music Under the Stars" series celebrates its 50th anniversary this season. The first concert was held Aug. 10, 1938, when Gilbert and Sullivan's "Gondoliers" played to 18,000 at the Blatz Temple of Music in...
    • Remember When...Milwaukeeans shopped at Steinmeyer's?

    • Remember When...Milwaukeeans shopped at Steinmeyer's?

    • Grocery trade -- Wisconsin -- Milwaukee; Steinmeyer's (Milwaukee, Wis.)

    • It was a sad day in March 1949 when the Steinmeyer grocery store on 3rd and Highland Sts. closed its doors. Long a Milwaukee institution, it claimed to be the nation's largest independent retail grocery under one roof. Steinmeyer's got its start...
    • Remember When...West park had a bandstand?

    • Remember When...West park had a bandstand?

    • West Park (Milwaukee, Wis.); Washington Park (Milwaukee, Wis.); Parks -- Wisconsin -- Milwaukee; Bandstands -- Wisconsin -- Milwaukee

    • Until 1900, Washington park was known as West park. Pictured above is the bandstand in the park as it appeared in the fall of 1912, 24 years before the present band shell was dedicated. Land for West park and nearby Sherman park was purchased by...

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