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Wagons of Milwaukee Businesses
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The Wagons of Milwaukee Businesses album came to the library from the estate of Theo. Habhegger, a Milwaukee manufacturer of short turn wagons. The album consists of 37 sepia-toned photographs of wagons, mostly belonging to various Milwaukee area businesses, from the early 20th century.
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The Wagons of Milwaukee Businesses album came to the library from the estate of Theo. Habhegger, a Milwaukee manufacturer of short turn wagons. The album itself consists of 37 sepia-toned photographs of wagons, mostly belonging to various Milwaukee area businesses, from the early 20th century. Likely, it was originally used as a catalog of the types of wagons produced by Mr. Habhegger’s business.
The businesses represented by the wagons include dairies, groceries, florists, and more. These photos are a wonderful representation of an era of transportation before automobiles became commonplace in Milwaukee.
If you have questions about the Wagons of Milwaukee Businesses digital collection, please contact the Frank P. Zeidler Humanities Department at the Central Library at (414) 286-3061.
A special thanks to Roxanne Staveness and Jenny Stevenson for all the work they did on this project. Without their work, this collection would not exist.
Copies of the images in this collection may be purchased. Orders must be placed online, using your Special Collections account. The images are delivered electronically. The cost is $20 for the first 1-5 images in the same order (each additional image above 5 costs $4 per image) for 300dpi TIFs or 600dpi TIFs, plus tax for Wisconsin residents. If you have any questions, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
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