Results tagged with 'Central Library'
Published June 20, 2012
Milwaukee has a rich history and, fortunately, a passion for preserving it, too. Take, for example the Wisconsin Architectural Archive, housed at the Milwaukee Public Library. Founded in 1975 by Thomas L. Eschweiler - yes, of THAT Eschweiler family - and a few others, the collection, housed within the Central Library's Art & Music department, archives more than 20,000 architectural drawings by nearly 500 Wisconsin architects.
Published Jan. 28, 2009
The City of Milwaukee's idea for an energy efficient development in Bay View has received a surprising seven prospective bids, reports the Department of City Development. The approximately 5.6-acre lot bordered by Bay and Conway Streets and Logan and Lincoln Avenues, that formerly housed the Army Reserve is the largest vacant space in Bay View.
Published March 18, 2008
Recent national accolades for Milwaukee confirm what we've been telling you on OnMilwaukee.com for nearly 10 years.
Published Jan. 17, 2008
I went to get a library card yesterday. I got a surprise instead.
Published Oct. 19, 2007
On our way to the East Library, my 5-year-old asked me why we don't have to pay money for library books.
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