Fuck yeah, UW
This is the greatest center of learning on our planet. And now we have proof. FORWARD!
Water tower, downtown Milwaukee
****All credit to be given to UW Milwaukee Libraries*****
I work in digitization and this is part of our collection of Milwaukee Postcards
I will start uploading pictures of Milwaukee from our online collections
The Last Spartan
At The Milwaukee Art Museum
Spencer Tracy with commander and crew of the submarine Icefish, Manitowoc, Wisconsin, 1944.
On this day in 1900, the actor Spencer Tracy was born in Milwaukee. He went on to star in dozens of films, including Adam’s Rib, Father of the Bride, and Inherit the Wind. In this photo, naval officers and crew present Tracy with a model of the Icefish, one of 28 submarines built by the Manitowoc Shipbuilding Company during World War II.
via: Manitowoc County Historical Society by way of University of Wisconsin Digital Collections
a brief stop at the 30th street industrial corridor & talgo to look at trains & feel weird & feel weird.
Milwaukee Art Museum
Brew City Safari: Burleigh Ave May 12th, 2013 12 pm
Celebrate Mother’s Day with a sunday stroll down Milwaukee’s North Side. We start out just north of Wauwatosa on 76th and Burleigh making our way into the Sherman Park neighborhood, northeast into Union Cemetery and Borchert Field, the Harawbee neighborhood through Riverwest and finally ending the hike at the steps of UWM’s Union
Meet up at the Pizza Hut parking lot on 76th and Burleigh.
Return trips can be made via route 60 on the Milwaukee Transit System