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Downtown Milwaukee, 1871  Remarkably, many of these buildings still stand today on Wisconsin Avenue.

Downtown Milwaukee, 1871 Remarkably, many of these buildings still stand today on Wisconsin Avenue.

Southgate  1956.   In 1951, Southgate Changed Shopping  in Milwaukee.   “The Milwaukee shopper will be able to make a single, free parking stop at the S. 27th St. center and do all of her day’s shopping, comfortably and conveniently, without worrying about her car, the weather outside or carrying her purchases around with her."

Southgate 1956. In 1951, Southgate Changed Shopping in Milwaukee. “The Milwaukee shopper will be able to make a single, free parking stop at the S. 27th St. center and do all of her day’s shopping, comfortably and conveniently, without worrying about her car, the weather outside or carrying her purchases around with her."

Looking west on Wisconsin Ave. Note the Schroeder Hotel was still occupying the now Hilton Hotel building.

Looking west on Wisconsin Ave. Note the Schroeder Hotel was still occupying the now Hilton Hotel building.

Milwaukee circa 1900. "Wisconsin Street and Pabst Building." The city's first sky­scraper, completed in 1891, demolished 1981. 8x10 glass negative.

Milwaukee circa 1900. "Wisconsin Street and Pabst Building." The city's first sky­scraper, completed in 1891, demolished 1981. 8x10 glass negative.

History: Transit System Collection; Milwaukee County Historical Society. #Wisconsin #history

History: Transit System Collection; Milwaukee County Historical Society. #Wisconsin #history

MIlwaukee Police Officer using a Call-Box to be dispatched to a new "Hitch" (Call for service)

MIlwaukee Police Officer using a Call-Box to be dispatched to a new "Hitch" (Call for service)

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