This aerial photograph of Franklin Heights taken in the 1960s shows the A. O. Smith Corporation site in the foreground, surrounded by residences.
1965 photograph of the A.O. Smith Research and Development facility. Built in 1930, it was one of the nation's first dedicated research and development departments.
The Abraham Lincoln House, pictured here shortly after it opened in 1910, was financed with proceeds from Lizzie Black Kander's successful publication, "The Settlement Cookbook."
An 1885 bird's eye view of Oconomowoc that highlights recreational boating.
The county seat of Ozaukee County, the city of Port Washington, is also the location of the only natural harbor in the county. It is pictured here in this 1883 map.
This 1885 map illustrates the city of Whitewater in Walworth County, now home to the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater.
Aerial photograph taken from the corner of 11th Street and Wisconsin Avenue, circa 1940. Sensenbrenner Hall is the central building.
This photograph provides a view of Carroll University as it looked from the southeast in 1967, when it was still known as Carroll College.
The newest Northwest Mutual Company building is under construction in this 2016 aerial photograph of Milwaukee's downtown. The Henry Maier Festival Park along Lake Michigan is in the foreground.
This aerial view of Kewaskum illustrates both the community's recent urban growth and its continued commitment to preserve rural landscapes.
Only a few hundred people live in Lac La Belle, which also lacks a business area and is mostly green space.
A 1947 aerial view of the Menomonee Valley showing the Wisconsin Gas Company's coal gas processing and storage facility near 26th and St. Paul.
This aerial view of the Fiserv Forum under construction in 2017 highlights the urban context surrounding the arena.
Menomonee Valley in 1958, looking east, when Milwaukee's industrial economy still hummed along.
An industrial area along the lakefront fills the foreground of this 2016 photograph, while Milwaukee's downtown stands in the background.
This 1983 aerial photograph looks southwest from over Howell Avenue and Holt Avenue, showcasing Milwaukee's south side.
A drummer and dancer perform at the first African World Festival held in 1983 on the Summerfest Grounds.
Photograph of Al Jarreau performing in 2006 at his alma mater, Ripon College, located in Ripon, Wisconsin.
Alan Kulwicki of Greenfield, posing here with his race car, achieved great success as a short track driver before his untimely passing in 1993.
A view of the Albert Trostel & Sons tannery on Commerce Street from the Walnut Street Bridge taken in 1974.