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Milprint Manufacturing Plant located at 4200 N.Holton in Milwaukee-1940's.

Milprint Manufacturing Plant located at 4200 N.Holton in

Image Detail for - Bay View High School Milwaukee Wisconsin  Back when it was a beautiful school. 1959

Image Detail for - Bay View High School Milwaukee Wisconsin Back when it was a beautiful school. 1959 - My mom went there.

View looking north down the Milwaukee River toward the Waldheim's Furniture store building.

View looking north down the Milwaukee River toward the Waldheim's Furniture store building.

The Davidson Theater was located at 625 N.3rd. Street in downtown Milwaukee. It closed in 1954.

The Davidson Theater was located at 625 Street in downtown Milwaukee.

View of Wells Street? bridge over the Milwaukee River looking east downtown.

View of Wells Street? bridge over the Milwaukee River looking east downtown.

Milwaukee River Downtown-View looks north toward Wisconsin Avenue-1966.

Milwaukee River Downtown-View looks north toward Wisconsin

Miller High Life Spa tavern. 502 W. Wisconsin Ave

Wisconsin Ave located in the Strand Theatre Building. View looks northwest.

Early view of the Pabst Building in downtown Milwaukee just east of the Milwaukee River.

Pabst Building, Milwaukee WI Circa 1908 View looks east up Grand[Wisconsin]Ave.across the Milwaukee River bridge.

St. Mary's Hospital

St. Mary's Hospital

A Milwaukee Transport streetcar followed by a North Shore Line streetcar downtown.

A Milwaukee Transport streetcar followed by a North Shore Line streetcar downtown.

The intersection of Clybourn Street & Water Street in Ghost sign on corner building.

The T.M.E.R. & L Co's New Public Service Building Milwaukee, WI

An early view of the Public Service Building built by The Milwaukee Electric Railway & Light Co.

1930's Milwaukee North Ave. - Google Search

Wisconsin Ave at N.

Vintage photo-The B.S. Wisniewski building in Walker's Point on Milwaukee's south side.This building has since been converted to condos.

Vintage photo-The B.S. Wisniewski building in Walker's Point on Milwaukee's south side.This building has since been converted to condos.

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