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Gordon, Michael A. “‘To Make a Clean Sweep’: Milwaukee Confronts An Anarchist Scare 1917.” Wisconsin Magazine of History 93 (Winter 2009-2010): 16-27.
Strang, Dean A. Worse than the Devil: Anarchists, Clarence Darrow, and Justice in a Time of Terror. Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, 2013.
Tanzilo, Robert. The ...
Clement, Herbert, and Dominique Jando. The Great Circus Parade. Milwaukee: Gareth Stevens Publishing, 1989.
Palmer, Virginia A. One Hundred Years of Caring: The Wisconsin Humane Society, 1878-1979. Milwaukee: Wisconsin Humane Society, 1979.
Winter, Darlene, Elizabeth Frank, and Mary Kazmierczak. Milwaukee County Zoo. Charleston, S.C.: Arcadia ...
Goff, Charles. “The Politics of Governmental Integration in Metropolitan Milwaukee.” Ph.D. diss., Northwestern University, 1952.
Fleischmann, Arnold. “The Politics of Annexation and Urban Development: A Clash of Two Paradigms.” Ph.D. diss., University of Texas at Austin, 1984.
McCarthy, John M. Making Milwaukee Mightier: Planning and the Politics of Growth, 1910...
Gurda, John. New World Odyssey: Annunciation Greek Orthodox Church and Frank Lloyd Wright. (Milwaukee: Milwaukee Hellenic Community, 1986).
Delk, Robert C. “Early Arabic Speaking Immigrants in Milwaukee,” Milwaukee History 7 (1984): 93-100.
Othman, Enaya. “Building a Community among Early Arab Immigrants in Milwaukee, 1990s-1960s.” Wisconsin Magazine of History 96 (Summer 2013): 38-49.
“Architects of the City.” Milwaukee Sentinel, November 27, 1892.
Bate, Arthur, “Growth of Art—Builders and Architects Deserve Credit.” Milwaukee Sentinel, April 19, 1890.
Built in Milwaukee: An Architectural View of the City: Prepared for the City of Milwaukee, Wisconsin by Landscape Research. [Milwaukee]: City of Milwaukee, Dept. ...
Jablonsky, Thomas J., ed. Milwaukee Stories. Milwaukee: Marquette University Press, 2005.
Johnson, Peter Leo. Daughters of Charity in Milwaukee, 1846-1946. Milwaukee: Daughters of Charity, 1946.
Langill, Ellen D. The Columbia Way: Columbia Hospital, 100 Years of Excellence 1909-2009. Menomonee Falls, WI: Burton & Mayer, 2010.
Parangimalil, George J. “Asian Indians in Milwaukee and Integration.” Master’s thesis, Marquette University, 1987.
Rodriguez, Joseph A., and Mark Shelley. “Latinos and Asians in Milwaukee.” In Perspectives on Milwaukee’s Past, edited by Margo Anderson and Victor Greene, 162-191. Urbana, IL: University of Illinois Press, 2009.
Sisson, Richard, Christina ...
Dahl, Roger. “A History of the Kenosha Bahá’í Community, 1897-1980.” In Community Histories, edited by Richard Hollinger. Los Angeles: Kalimát Press, 1992.
Stockman, Robert H. The Bahá’í Faith in America. 2 vols. Wilmette, IL: Bahá’í Publishing Trust, 1985; Oxford: George Ronald, 1995.
Anderson, Theodore. A Century of Banking in Wisconsin. New York: Arno Press, 1980.
Buenker, John D. The History of Wisconsin. Vol. IV, The Progressive Era, 1893-1914. Madison: State Historical Society of Wisconsin, 1998.
Fruth, Marvin J. The Log of the Marine. Milwaukee: Bank One ...
Flower, Frank Abial, ed. History of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, from Pre-Historic Times to the Present Date. Chicago, IL: Western Historical Company, 1881.
Greeson, Mabel Florence. The History of the First Baptist Church of West Allis. s.l.: First Baptist Church of West Allis, 1970.
Janssen, Lawrence H. The ...
Gurda, John. Centennial of Faith: The Basilica of Saint Josaphat, 1888-1988. Milwaukee: Basilica of St. Josaphat, 1989.
Gurda, John. The Making of Milwaukee. Milwaukee: Milwaukee County Historical Society, 1999.
Kruszka, Waclaw. A History of the Poles in America to 1908, Part I. Washington D.C.: The Catholic ...
Fishman, Marv, and Tracy Dodds, Bucking the Odds: The Birth of the Milwaukee Bucks, Milwaukee: Raintree, 1978.
Gurda, John. “A Future Cast in Iron.” In The Making of Milwaukee, 3rd edition, 112-116. Milwaukee: Milwaukee County Historical Society, 2006.
Korn, Bernhard C. The Story of Bay View. Milwaukee: Milwaukee County Historical Society, 1980.
Olson, Frederick I. “Suburbanization: The Bay View and Residential Models.” In <...
Pardini, Priscilla. 75 and Still Singing: Bel Canto Chorus. Milwaukee: Bel Canto Chorus, 2006.
Ulrich, Robert James. “The Bennett Law of 1889: Education and Politics in Wisconsin.” Ph.D. diss., University of Wisconsin, 1965.
Gurda, John. One People, Many Paths: A History of Jewish Milwaukee. Milwaukee: Jewish Museum Milwaukee, 2009.
Swichkow, Louis J., and Lloyd P. Gartner. The History of the Jews of Milwaukee. Philadelphia, PA: The Jewish Publication Society of America, 1963.
Fennell, John. Ready, Fire, Aim: With a Belief That Ordinary People Can Accomplish Extraordinary Things, Harry V. Quadracci Built a Legendary Printing Company and Changed an Industry. [Wisconsin]: Quadgraphics, 2006.
Kursch, Daisy Estes. “Beulah Brinton of Bay View.” Milwaukee History 10, no. 2, (1987): 38-46.
McBride, Genevieve G. “Helpmeets, Hausfrauen, Hellions, and the Missing Majority in Milwaukee History.” In Perspectives on Milwaukee’s Past, edited by Margo Anderson and Victor Greene, 192-218. Champaign, IL: University of Illinois Press, 2009.
Gant, Jesse J., and Nicholas J. Hoffman. Wheel Fever: How Wisconsin Became a Great Bicycling State. Madison, WI: Wisconsin Historical Society Press, 2013.
Herlihy, David V. Bicycle: The History. New Haven, CT: Yale University Press, 2004.
Longhurst, James. Bike Battles: A History of Sharing the American Road