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|Pagination||149,  p., 2 leaves of plates :|
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Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for EARLY MILWAUKEE~HARDCOVER HISTORY BOOK at the best online prices at eBay! Free shipping for many products!End date: Larry Widen's "Entertainment in Early Milwaukee" is a photographic journey through Milwaukee, Wisconsin from the mids through about The book focuses upon the opportunities for leisure and entertainment the city offered and upon how Milwaukeans made use of them. Widen is an amateur historian who owns a movie theater in Milwaukee.5/5(4). This book looks at Milwaukee's history during a period when the city grew in surface area but declined in terms of its population rank among American cities. Riverwest: A community history by Thomas L Tolan Describes the history of the land west of the Milwaukee River in Milwaukee, Wisconsin north of North Avenue that is known as "Riverwest.". An illustration of an open book. Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip. Video. An illustration of an audio speaker. Audio An illustration of a " floppy disk. Early Milwaukee: papers from the archives of the Old Settlers' Club of Milwaukee County by Old Settlers' Club of Milwaukee County (Milwaukee County, Wis.) Publication.
Milwaukee rose to early prominence as a trader of grain, and the city was the largest shipper of wheat on the planet in the early s. Shipping was joined by processing industries—flour-milling, meat-packing, leather-tanning, and brewing—that turned Wisconsin’s agricultural bounty into useful products. The early 20th century saw the additions of West Allis () and West Milwaukee (), which completed the first generation of so-called "inner-ring" suburbs. In general, suburbs along the north shore of Lake Michigan were residential and wealthier and suburbs along the . Indeed, Whitnall was a founding member of the Socialist Party in Milwaukee. He was elected as the city’s first Socialist treasurer. His work and influence helped pave the way for the election of three Socialist mayors of Milwaukee: Emil Seidel from to , Daniel Hoan from to , and Frank Zeidler from to For a half-century, a Socialist presided over the growing city. Description. What did early Milwaukeeans do to have fun and relax? This book answers that question, covering pop culture from the mids up to , from the earliest tavern stages hosting traditional German plays and musicals, to the large traveling circus acts that arrived via the railroad, to the beer gardens, nickelodeons, and old grand cinemas that dominated the city’s landscape.
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