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Wauwatosa Street View

This postcard from the early twentieth century provides a view of a Wauwatosa street scene along the TMER&L Company interurban line.
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Greetings from Milwaukee: Selections from the Thomas and Jean Ross Bliffert Postcard Collection, Archives. University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Libraries. 
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Way Four by Bernard Kirschenbaum

Photograph of Bernard Kirschenbaum's 1976 sculpture titled "Way Four." It is part of the Lynden Sculpture Garden; other artworks can be seen in the background.
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From the Wikimedia Commons. Photograph by Gabrielle DuCharme. This photograph is used under fair use to illustrate a three-dimensional work of art for educational purposes.
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The Women's Crisis Line was a project founded by the Women's Coalition of Milwaukee. Chris Doerfler, director of the Women's Crisis Line, is pictured here in 1981.
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From the Wikimedia Commons. Photography by username Mymymacmurray. CC BY-SA 4.0.
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WCTC Drafting Student

A student at Waukesha County Technical College works at a small drafting table in this photograph from 1950.
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From Flickr. Photograph courtesy of Wisconsin Technical Colleges. CC BY-NC-ND 2.0.
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Wehr Nature Center

A pier furnished with benches provides a scenic view at the Wehr Nature Center.
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From Flickr. Photograph by Jennifer Tomaloff. CC BY-NC-SA 2.0.
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Weisel & Company Store

Men and women stand in front of the Weisel & Company store, founded in 1878 and located on Water Street.
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From the Historic Photo Collection of the Milwaukee Public Library. Reprinted with permission.
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Welcome to Bronzeville

The First Stage production of "Welcome to Bronzeville" opened in 2016 and marked the culmination of a series of plays about Wisconsin heritage.
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Photograph by Paul Ruffolo. Courtesy of First Stage Children's Theater. Reprinted with permission.

Welcome to Germantown Sign

Germantown continues to promote its German heritage through local events and German language on its signage.
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From Flickr. Photograph by FOX6 Milwaukee. CC BY 2.0.
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Welcome to the Third Ward

As part of its revitalization, the Third Ward was renamed the Historic Third Ward and this welcoming arch leading to the new Public Market was installed.
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From the Library of Congress Carol M. Highsmith Archive.
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Welcome to Waukesha

A sign welcomes visitors to Waukesha and features plaques for a variety of its community organizations.
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From Flickr. Photograph by username shannonpatrick17. CC 2.0.
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Welcoming Spencer Tracy

A crowd of people gather outside the movie theater in Ripon, Wisconsin to welcome home Milwaukee native and Ripon College alumnus Spencer Tracy in celebration of his 1940 movie "Edison the Man."
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From the Ripon College Archives, Ripon College.
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Welding at Maynard Electric Steel Casting

A man works to weld pieces of metal together at the Maynard Electric Steel Casting Company in the early twentieth century.
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From the Roman B. Kwaniewski Photographs Collection, Archives. University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Libraries. 
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Welfare Rights March to Madison

A group of protestors, led by Father James Groppi, participate in a welfare march from Milwaukee to Madison in 1969.
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Department of Special Collections and University Archives, Marquette University. Reprinted with permission.
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Wells Street in the Concordia Neighborhood

This 1923 photograph provides a view down Wells Street just west of 27th Street. There is a mixture of residential and commercial buildings in the neighborhood.
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From the Historic Photo Collection of the Milwaukee Public Library. Reprinted with permission.
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Welsh Presbyterian Church

The North Presbyterian Church was built in 1851 at the corner of what is today E. State and N. Milwaukee Streets. In 1871, a Welsh congregation purchased the building, and it operated as the Welsh Presbyterian Church until 1954.
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From the Historic Photo Collection of the Milwaukee Public Library. Reprinted with permission.
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Wesley Scott

A 1977 photograph of Milwaukee Urban League executive director Wesley Scott.
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From the Wisconsin Historical Society, WHS-129835. Reprinted with permission.
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West Allis Invites You

This 1906 postcard invites visitors to West Allis and features images of the city hall and a public school.
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Greetings from Milwaukee: Selections from the Thomas and Jean Ross Bliffert Postcard Collection, Archives. University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Libraries. 
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West Bend Post Office

A 2013 view of the West Bend Post Office, built in 1935, which is on the National Register of Historic Places.
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From the Wikimedia Commons. Photograph by Shawn Conrad. CC BY-SA 3.0.
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West Bend Train Depot

A 2016 photograph of the restored West Bend railroad depot, originally built in 1900.
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From Flickr. Photograph by Ryan Ojibway. CC BY-NC 2.0.
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West Park

Residential development in Washington Heights was spurred by the construction of West Park, later renamed Washington Park. A scene of the park's lagoon is pictured here in 1895.
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From the Milwaukee Neighborhoods: Photos and Maps 1885-1992 Collection, Archives. University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Libraries.
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