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    • 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...
    • 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...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...trotters raced at Washington Park?

    • Remember When...trotters raced at Washington Park?

    • Washington Park (Milwaukee, Wis.); Harness racing -- Wisconsin -- Milwaukee; Horse racing -- Wisconsin -- Milwaukee; Racetracks (Horseracing) -- Wisconsin -- Milwaukee; Washington Park Driving Club (Milwaukee, Wis.)

    • The 150-acre tract of land which became Washington Park has been acquired piecemeal beginning in 1891. While most Milwaukeeans remember the park - bounded by N. 40th and 47th Sts., W. Lisbon Ave., W. Lloyd and W. Vliet Sts. - as the site of the...
    • Remember When...Thanksgiving dinners were made from scratch?

    • Remember When...Thanksgiving dinners were made from scratch?

    • Retzer Bros.; Grocery trade -- Wisconsin -- Milwaukee; Twenty-first Avenue (Milwaukee, Wis.); National Avenue (Milwaukee, Wis.); Retzer, Albert; Retzer, Bernard

    • The pumpkin on the doorstep and the wishbones on the window of Retzer Bros. Quality Grocers reminded shoppers in 1908 that the feast was rapidly approaching. The Gold Medal Flour window display was another indication of the times. In those days,...

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