Found: Milwaukee by Moonlight

Found: Milwaukee River Front between Wells St. and Grand Ave. at Night by E. C.Kropp Co. circa 1930s
Found: River Front South From Wells St. Bridge, Milwaukee, Wis. The Milwaukee River,
flanked by stately bank and office buildings, flows through the heart of the city, enabling excursion steamer
to land their passengers within walking distance of theatres, hotels an retail stores. Milwaukee enjoys
the distinction of being one of the most beautiful cities and at the same time one of the greatest industrial centers
in the world by a Kropp Natural Color Card made in Milwaukee, Wis. circa 1930s
Found: .byBoating at Moonlight, Milwaukee, Wis M.L. Annenberg, puslisher, Milwaukee, Wis.
postmarked March 11, 1915, 11 PM

Found: Moonlight on Lake Michigan, Milwaukee, Wis. by Raphael Tuck & Sons' Post Card Series
"Milwakee" art publishers to their majesties the king and queen circa 1900s
Found: River View at Night, Milwaukee, Wis. handwritten on front "Very impressionistic. No?"
postmarked July 11, 1907 10 AM
Found: Looking South from Oneida St. Bridge at Night, Milwaukee postmarked Jun3 1, 1909
Found: Music under the Stars, Washington Park, Milwaukee, Wis. With a background of the highest influences...
cultural, social and industrial...Milwaukee was preserved a savory Old World Charm unusual for so large a city.
Prominent as a gathering place for music lovers is the Blatz Temple, a moder n music shell where outstanding
artists perform every year in a full summer schedule of concerts, operas, and cultural programs
by E. C. Kropp Co., Milwaukee postmarked March 5, 1951
The moonlight, water and stars combine to create enigmatic images of Milwaukee, Wisconsin located on Lake Michigan and along significant rivers in these early 20th century post cards.

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