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Muddy Street in Milwaukee, 1901. Looking west on Grand Ave. (Wisconsin Ave.) Photo by J. Robert Taylor. Wisconsin Historical Society

Muddy street, trolley rails, and horse-drawn carriages in Milwaukee, Looking west on Grand Ave.

Broadway North of Wisconsin, 1879. Image courtesy of Jeff Beutner.

Broadway North of Wisconsin, 1879 Another classic H.Bennett photo captures Milwaukee just after the advent of telephones and telephone lines.

The Prentiss Block corner of Mason and Water c. 1860

This building, which still stands on the corner of Mason St. and Water St., may be Downtown's oldest commercial building. Photo courtesy of Jeff Beutner.

View from the West Bank of the Milwaukee River | Photograph | Wisconsin Historical Society

Wisconsin Avenue from the west bank of the Milwaukee River. The Pabst Building is on the left.


Piazza della Republica, Cortona, Tuscany, Italy Under The Tuscan Sun. loved the scenery and the town of Cortona in the movie.

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Dandilion Park, located southwest of Milwaukee in Muskego, opened in 1861 and was known as Muskego Beach Amusement Park until Dandilion Park closed in

Wisconsin Avenue Bridge, About 1880

Wisconsin Avenue Bridge over the Milwaukee River, about

The Schandein Mansion Milwaukee,WI. Built in 1889, it stood until 1929 at the corner of 24th & Wisconsin.

Lost Milwaukee: The Schandein Mansion Brewery heiress Lisette Best Schandein’s golden years were filled with tremendous wealth — and tremendous controversy.