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    • Wisconsin Hobby Exposition Records, 1937 - 1950

    • Exhibitions -- Wisconsin -- Milwaukee; Wisconsin Hobby Exposition (Milwaukee, Wis.); Hobbies -- Wisconsin -- Milwaukee; Conventions -- Wisconsin -- Milwaukee; Milwaukee (Wis.); Milwaukee (Wis.) History
    • Milwaukee Public Library Local History Manuscript Collections Mss # 086 Page 1 of 3 Frank P. Zeidler Humanities Department • http://www.mpl.org/ • 814 W Wisconsin Ave, Milwaukee, WI 53233 • (414) 286-3061 Wisconsin Hobby Exposition Records, 1937 -...
    • Comstock Family Papers, 1835 - 1964

    • Agricultural machinery industry -- Wisconsin -- Milwaukee.; Businessmen -- Wisconsin -- Milwaukee.; Celery industry -- Wisconsin -- Milwaukee.; Comstock family; Comstock, Amy, 1886-1944.; Comstock, Cicero, 1817-1871.; Comstock, Enos B. (Enos...
    • Milwaukee Public Library Local History Manuscript Collections Mss # 007 Page 1 of 7 Frank P. Zeidler Humanities Department • http://www.mpl.org/ • 814 W Wisconsin Ave, Milwaukee, WI 53233 • (414) 286-3061 Comstock Family Papers, 1835 - 1964 Local...
    • Derrick Operations on Broadway

    • Wisconsin Telephone Company Building; Wisconsin-Broadway Building
    • Looking north through the intersection of Broadway and Wisconsin. Workers in overalls operate a flatcar derrick in the road. The Wisconsin Telephone Co. Building is visible beyond the emerging construction of the Wisconsin-Broadway Building.
    • Yacht SEAFORTH on the Milwaukee River

    • Ships -- Wisconsin -- Milwaukee; Yachts -- Wisconsin -- Milwaukee; Seaforth (Ship); 225877; Bridges -- Wisconsin -- Milwaukee; Milwaukee River (Wis.); A. F. Sauer Company (Milwaukee, Wis.); Siekert & Baum Co. (Milwaukee, Wis.); Marshall and Ilsley...
    • Photo of the pleasure yacht SEAFORTH (blt 1926) heading down the Milwaukee River. In 1942, the SEAFORTH was taken over by the navy for use as a navy auxiliary ship. Several companies are visible along the river, including the Pabst Building.
    • Work Derrick Set-Up on Broadway

    • Broadway Building; Wisconsin Telephone Company Building; Wisconsin-Broadway Building;
    • Looking north on Broadway through Wisconsin Avenue. Traffic flows along Broadway while a derrick operates on the streetcar rails. The Broadway Building stands on the left side of the street, opposed by the imposing Wisconsin Telephone Co. building.
    • Workers Operate Flatcar Derrick on Broadway

    • Broadway Building; Wisconsin Telephone Company Building; Wisconsin-Broadway Building;
    • Looking north through the intersection of Broadway and Wisconsin. Workers are visible on the construction of the Wisconsin-Broadway Building. A flatcar derrick works in the road. The Broadway Building and Wisconsin Telephone Co. Building are...
    • Prince, Joan M.

    • Prince, Joan M.; Civic leaders -- Wisconsin -- Milwaukee; Women civic leaders -- Wisconsin -- Milwaukee; African American civic leaders -- Wisconsin -- Milwaukee; African American women educators -- Wisconsin -- Milwaukee; African Americans --...
    • Milwaukee, Wisconsin
    • Naval escort vessels rafted together at the Milwaukee municipal pier

    • Government vessels -- Wisconsin -- Milwaukee; Piers -- Wisconsin -- Milwaukee; Ships -- Wisconsin -- Milwaukee; United States. Navy -- Wisconsin -- Milwaukee; Warships -- Wisconsin -- Milwaukee; Excursion boats -- Wisconsin -- Milwaukee; Escorts...
    • Naval escort vessels rafted together at the Milwaukee municipal pier. From left to right: the destroyer DANIAL A JOY, AMHERST, the submarine chaser FARMINGTON, HAVRE, and the escort ELY, with the tour boat IROQUOIS right corner of the photograph.
    • Repairs to pier at 6th St. viaduct

    • Construction -- Wisconsin -- Milwaukee; Rivers -- Wisconsin -- Milwaukee; Barges -- Wisconsin -- Milwaukee; Cranes, derricks, etc. -- Wisconsin -- Milwaukee; Bridges -- Wisconsin -- Milwaukee; Men -- Wisconsin -- Milwaukee; Menomonee River (Wis.);...
    • Workers of the Edward. E. Gillen Co. repairing the northeast pier at the 6th street viaduct.
    • Load of new automobiles discharged from MILWAUKEE CLIPPER

    • Milwaukee Clipper (Ferry); 201768; Ferries -- Michigan, Lake; Ships -- Wisconsin -- Milwaukee; Automobiles -- Wisconsin -- Milwaukee; Piers -- Wisconsin -- Milwaukee; Passenger ships -- Michigan, Lake; Car ferries -- Wisconsin -- Milwaukee;...
    • Automobiles from the MILWAUKEE CLIPPER at new Municipal Passenger and Auto Pier now the current site of the Discovery World at Pier Wisconsin. Background the North Western depot, Wisconsin Gas and the Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance buildings.
    • MILWAUKEE CLIPPER entering Port of Milwaukee

    • 201768; Ships -- Wisconsin -- Milwaukee; Ferries -- Michigan, Lake.; Milwaukee Clipper (Ferry); Maitland Air Strip (Milwaukee, Wis.); Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance Co. (Milwaukee, Wis.); Cudahy Tower (Milwaukee, Wis.); Cityscapes -- Wisconsin...
    • Aerial view of the MILWAUKEE CLIPPER entering the Port of Milwaukee. Background along lake shore, Maitland Field, now Henry Maier Festival Park. Far right, Cudahy Tower, mid-right is Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance Company.

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