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Beulah Brinton

Grayscale wide shot of the Beulah Brinton House facade in a residential area. The L-framed building consists of two-and-a-half-stories. The narrow side of the structure is on the right featuring windows on each of its stories. The longer side on the left has an entrance on the ground floor and a balcony on the second floor enclosed by balustrades.
William I. Tchakirides

We Energies

The Lakeside Power Plant's turbine room is shown in this 1983 photograph.
William I. Tchakirides

Wisconsin Center

A 2012 image of the downtown convention facility that began its life as the Midwest Express Center and is now the Wisconsin Center.
William I. Tchakirides

BloodCenter of Wisconsin

Sepia-colored image of the Junior League's Blood Center facade by Wells Street. The place features three entrance doors, as it consists of three shops combined. Attached along the building's top is the rectangular "Junior League Blood Center" sign. The storefront is adjacent to a Schlitz beer tied house. Above their flat roof are billboards advertising Schlitz beer, a county judge's reelection campaign, and a chewing gum brand.
William I. Tchakirides

Junior League of Milwaukee

Three Junior League members clean their meeting space located on the corner of Mason Street and Milwaukee Avenue in 1930.
William I. Tchakirides

Milwaukee NAACP

Members of the NAACP's Milwaukee branch gather for their annual dinner, as seen here in 1958.
William I. Tchakirides

Nelson P. Hawks

An 1884 photograph of the inn Nelson Hawks built in Delafield in 1846. Listed on the National Register of Historic Sites, the building is now used as a historical museum.
William I. Tchakirides

Public Service Building

Postcard of the Public Service Building in 1908. The Public Service Building was a hub of Milwaukee's twentieth century transportation and electricity infrastructure.
William I. Tchakirides

Hartford

The Kissel Motor Car Company was a major industrial employer in Hartford in the early twentieth century.
William I. Tchakirides

Village of Menomonee Falls

A view of Menomonee Falls in 1886, highlighting its industrial operations, churches, and both wild and planted trees.
William I. Tchakirides

Village of Slinger

This photo taken from atop a hill looks down towards Slinger in the early 20th century.
William I. Tchakirides

Germantown

Germantown continues to promote its German heritage through local events and German language on its signage.
William I. Tchakirides

Newhall House Fire

This sketch of the Newhall House Fire dramatizes the rescue operation, illustrating the crowd gathered to watch and firefighters carrying ladders and holding safety nets for people trying to escape the flames.
William I. Tchakirides

YWCA Southeast Wisconsin

A group of young women are gathered at the Milwaukee YMCA for an exercise class in this undated photograph.
William I. Tchakirides

YMCA of Metropolitan Milwaukee

Fundraising efforts following the end of WWII led to the construction of a new central YMCA building on Wisconsin Avenue in 1957, as pictured here. The building has also served as a dormitory for Marquette University.
William I. Tchakirides

Yankee-Yorkers

Photograph of the home of Jason Downer, prominent lawyer and one of the founders of the Milwaukee Sentinel, taken in the 1930s. Located on North Prospect Avenue, the house is on the National Register of Historic Places.
William I. Tchakirides

Mary Blanchard Lynde

Portrait of Mary Blanchard Lynde, a woman known for her activism and reform advocacy throughout Wisconsin.
William I. Tchakirides

Television

1949 photograph featuring of Milwaukee high school students filming the WTJM-TV program "The Keen Teens," which aired on Saturday afternoons.
William I. Tchakirides

Betty Quadracci

Betty Quadracci signs a signature plaque at the Milwaukee Press Club's Hall of Fame dinner in 2012.
William I. Tchakirides

Milwaukee Magazine

Milwaukee Magazine provides its readers with a wide variety of stories and articles that cover the City of Milwaukee and the Greater Milwaukee Area. This inside spread is from the April 2011 issue.
William I. Tchakirides