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    • 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...St. Josaphat's was dedicated?

    • Remember When...St. Josaphat's was dedicated?

    • Sixth Street (Milwaukee, Wis.); Lincoln Avenue (Milwaukee, Wis.); Catholic Church buildings -- Wisconsin -- Milwaukee; Basilica of St. Josaphat (Milwaukee, Wis.); Church buildings -- Wisconsin -- Milwaukee

    • "In the history of the world there have never been any ceremonies in any society that can exceed in solemnity and grandeur those of the dedication yesterday of St. Josaphat's church on the South Side." So began the newspaper account of the...
    • Remember When...the Eagles Club building was new?

    • Remember When...the Eagles Club building was new?

    • Eagles Club (Milwaukee, Wis.); Clubhouses -- Wisconsin -- Milwaukee; Twenty-Fourth Street (Milwaukee, Wis.); Wisconsin Avenue (Milwaukee, Wis.); Central Park Athletic Club and Entertainment Center (Milwaukee, Wis.); Omnibus (Milwaukee, Wis.); Rave...

    • The Eagles Club building at 24th St. and Wisconsin Ave., now the Central Park Athletic Club and Entertainment Center, was built for $1.25 million in 1925. Designed by architect Russell Barr Williamson, this imposing steel and stone edifice for...
    • Remember When...Milwaukee celebrated the first Earth Day?

    • Remember When...Milwaukee celebrated the first Earth Day?

    • Earth Day; Milwaukee Performing Arts Center (Milwaukee, Wis.); Marcus Center for the Performing Arts (Milwaukee, Wis.); The Ox (Musical group); Crowds; Journal Company -- Buildings

    • Earth Day, formally called the "National Environmental Teach-In," was the brainchild of Sen. Gaylord Nelson (D-Wis.). He based it on the 1969 teach-ins and demonstrations against the Vietnam War, which culminated in a march of a quarter million...
    • Remember When...a pagoda stood in Schlitz park?

    • Remember When...a pagoda stood in Schlitz park?

    • Schlitz Park (Milwaukee, Wis.); Bars (Drinking establishments) -- Wisconsin -- Milwaukee; Eighth Street (Milwaukee, Wis.); Walnut Street (Milwaukee, Wis.); Pagodas; Quentin's Park (Milwaukee, Wis.)

    • Schlitz park, complete with 250 gas lights, was one of the city's most popular outdoor beer gardens in the gay nineties. Located on 8th and Walnut sts., where Roosevelt junior high school and Carver park now stand, Schlitz park was popular for old...

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