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    • Light Horse Squadron on parade

    • Military personnel; Parades & processions
    • 105th Cavalry Unit of the Wisconsin National Guard -- the Light Horse Squadron -- parades on Oakland Avenue in front of their Armory. Commander Quill's residence is shown in the background on the right, later moved to the south west corner of...
    • St. Robert's temporary church, 1913

    • Churches; Buildings
    • Image appears to be a clipping from a newspaper depicting a frame building used as a temporary church for St. Robert's Catholic parish in 1913, located on the southeast corner of Atwater Road (formerly Mineral Springs Road, presently Capitol Drive)...
    • Shorewood resident H. H. Henry

    • Men; Clothing & dress; People
    • Shorewood resident H. H. Henry looking west on Capitol Drive (formerly called Lake Street, Mineral Spring Road, and Atwater Road). The picture was taken near the later site of Catholic Family Life Insurance, formerly the American Bowling Congress...
    • Town of Milwaukee Town Hall with car in front

    • Automobiles; Family; Children; City & town halls
    • The Town of Milwaukee Town Hall was built in 1872 and located on the north side of Bender Road, just west of Port Washington Road. Standing near the car in front is probably Mr. Sheldon's wife, Agnes, with their daughter, Mary, on April 1, 1925. ...
    • Iron bridge crossing Milwaukee River

    • Bridges; Rivers; Children
    • An iron bridge, called Atwater Bridge, crossed the Milwaukee River at current Capitol Drive. Built in 1885, it was replaced by a concrete bridge in 1927. Mary Sheldon is standing on the west river bank. The chimney from the old cement factory...
    • Child and Shorewood police officials, 1923

    • Police; Children; Government officials
    • Mr. Sheldon's daughter, Mary Agnes, poses with Shorewood police officials, Chief Emil Bartels and Marshal Nick Zehren (with the handlebar mustache), at the 1923 Shorewood Village picnic in what was once Murray Woods, located near Murray Avenue and...
    • Child and calf in pasture

    • Children; Livestock; Farm life; Farms
    • Pastoral scene at present intersection of east Capitol Drive and north Newhall Street. Child is probably Charles Sheldon's daughter, Mary Sheldon, who was born in 1918.

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