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This photograph shows a long brick building on W Virginia St. Painted on the building are the words "Junk Shop" and "American Junk Dealers". In faded lettering, the words "The E. J. Woodson Co. Foundry Supplies" can just barely be made out.
A poster for concerts at The Palms in 1982: John Kay & Steppenwolf on Sunday, August 8; Clarence Clemons and the Red Bank Rockers on Thursday, August 12; and Head East on Sunday, August 15. The poster features images of all of the musicians.
This photograph shows two men working on a racing car. The man with the glasses is identified as Walter Fabritz. Fabritz is listed as working for William Schoof in the 1949 Milwaukee City Directory.
This photograph shows the intersection of W Lisbon Ave and W North Ave, from before a reconstruction project. The Walter G Truettner Building can be seen taking up an entire block at right. A large sign for the Northwestern National Bank sits at cent...
This photograph was taken from N 35th St and W Lisbon Ave, looking east. Trolley tracks run down the middle of a brick road. Cars are parked along the street. The Park Savings Bank is visible at center.