National Register of Historic Places listings in Milwaukee

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This list comprises buildings, sites, structures, districts, and objects in the City of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, which are listed on the National Register of Historic Places. There are 265 NRHP sites listed in Milwaukee County, including 71 outside the City of Milwaukee included in the National Register of Historic Places listings in Milwaukee County, Wisconsin and 194 in the city, listed below. One previously listed site in the city has been removed.

This National Park Service list is complete through NPS recent listings posted September 13, 2019.[1]
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Current listings[edit]

[2] Name on the Register Image Date listed[3] Location Description
1 16th Street Viaduct
16th Street Viaduct
May 7, 2019
(#100003908)
N. 16th from W. Clybourn to W. Pierce Sts.
43°02′09″N 87°55′59″W / 43.0357°N 87.9330°W / 43.0357; -87.9330 (16th Street Viaduct)
4000-foot viaduct across the Menomonee River valley, over which in 1967 the Youth Council of the NAACP, advised by Father Groppi, led marches from the black north side into the all-white south side, forcing city leaders to address housing discrimination practices.[4]
2 27th and Wells Streets Commercial Historic District
27th and Wells Streets Commercial Historic District
November 8, 2016
(#16000767)
757, 760, 800-810, 801-813, 817-831, 820-826 N.27th St., 2632, 2711 W. Wells St.
43°02′25″N 87°56′52″W / 43.040290°N 87.947651°W / 43.040290; -87.947651 (27th and Wells Streets Commercial Historic District)
Intact commercial neighborhood on the 27th Street streetcar line,[5] including the 1916 Baebenroth's Pharmacy,[6] the Elizabethan Revival-styled West Point Apartments,[7] the 1925 Mediterranean Revival Cecelia Apartments,[8] the 1926 Mediterranean Revival Tower Theater,[9] and the 1928 Liberty Building, which was converted to Doctors' Hospital in 1949.[10]
3 Abbot Row
Abbot Row
March 3, 1983
(#83003402)
1019-1043 E. Ogden Ave.
43°02′52″N 87°53′53″W / 43.047778°N 87.898056°W / 43.047778; -87.898056 (Abbot Row)
Picturesque Queen Anne-style rowhouse of ten 3-story apartments, each with a private garden and patio. Designed by Howland Russel and built in 1889 for Edwin H. Abbot of the Wisconsin Central RR.[11][12]
4 Charles Abresch House
Charles Abresch House
January 16, 1986
(#86000095)
2126 W. Juneau Ave.
43°02′46″N 87°56′25″W / 43.046111°N 87.940278°W / 43.046111; -87.940278 (Charles Abresch House)
2.5 story Queen Anne home with 3-story tower, designed by Frederick Velguth and built in 1890. Abresch was a German immigrant who initially specialized in building beer wagons. Later his Charles Abresch Company transitioned to build car and truck bodies.[13][14]
5 Emanuel D. Adler House
Emanuel D. Adler House
September 13, 1991
(#91001397)
1681 N. Prospect Ave.
43°03′09″N 87°53′30″W / 43.052378°N 87.891669°W / 43.052378; -87.891669 (Emanuel D. Adler House)
3-story brick and stone Queen Anne home with Romanesque Revival elements, designed by Alfred Clas and built in 1888. Adler and his family ran a business that made ready-to-wear clothing.[15][16]
6 All Saints' Episcopal Cathedral Complex
All Saints' Episcopal Cathedral Complex
December 27, 1974
(#74000099)
804-828 E. Juneau Ave.
43°02′46″N 87°54′06″W / 43.046111°N 87.901667°W / 43.046111; -87.901667 (All Saints' Episcopal Cathedral Complex)
1868 Gothic Revival cathedral with 200-foot tower, designed by E. Townsend Mix, originally as Olivet Congregational Church. Also guild hall and bishop's manse.
7 Charles Allis House
Charles Allis House
January 17, 1975
(#75000072)
1630 E. Royall Pl.
43°03′13″N 87°53′25″W / 43.053611°N 87.890278°W / 43.053611; -87.890278 (Charles Allis House)
1911 Tudor-style mansion, home to Charles Allis, designed by Alexander Eschweiler.
8 American System Built Homes-Burnham Street District
American System Built Homes-Burnham Street District
September 12, 1985
(#85002166)
W. Burnham St.
43°00′38″N 87°56′55″W / 43.010556°N 87.948611°W / 43.010556; -87.948611 (American System Built Homes-Burnham Street District)
Cluster of six affordable Prairie style Frank Lloyd Wright-designed homes and duplexes built in 1915 by the Richards Company as demonstration models of Wright's system of standard designs and precut parts.
9 Astor on the Lake
Astor on the Lake
September 6, 1984
(#84003715)
924 E. Juneau Ave.
43°02′46″N 87°54′01″W / 43.046111°N 87.900278°W / 43.046111; -87.900278 (Astor on the Lake)
8-story Classical Revival-styled hotel designed by Herbert Tullgren and built in 1920 a few blocks from Lake Michigan.
10 Baasen House-German YMCA
Baasen House-German YMCA
August 2, 1984
(#84003718)
1702 N. 4th St.
43°03′10″N 87°54′51″W / 43.052778°N 87.914167°W / 43.052778; -87.914167 (Baasen House-German YMCA)
1874 2-story home of railroad man and leading Catholic John Baasen, designed by Charles Gombert. Housed offices of German YMCA from 1888 to 1893. Used by Mt. Sinai Hospital starting in 1905, Wisconsin House Hotel in 1919, and Joe Kerscher's tavern in 1933.
11 Lloyd A. Barbee House
Lloyd A. Barbee House
May 7, 2019
(#100003940)
321 E. Meinecke Ave.
43°03′44″N 87°54′26″W / 43.0621°N 87.9071°W / 43.0621; -87.9071 (Lloyd A. Barbee House)
Modest home built in 1890 of Lloyd Barbee, Wisconsin's leading civil rights activist of the 20th century, who pushed to integrate Milwaukee's schools.[17][18][19]
12 Baumbach Building
Baumbach Building
March 3, 1983
(#83003403)
302 N. Broadway St.
43°02′03″N 87°54′25″W / 43.034167°N 87.906944°W / 43.034167; -87.906944 (Baumbach Building)
5-story Chicago School structure designed by German architect Eugene R. Liebert for prominent German-Milwaukeean Ernest Von Baumbach and built in 1900. Initially housed the Cohen Brothers clothes factory.
13 Bay View Historic District
Bay View Historic District
August 23, 1982
(#82000686)
Roughly bounded by Lake Michigan, Meredith, Superior, Nock, Wentworth, Pryor, Clair, RR tracks and Conway St.
42°59′41″N 87°54′20″W / 42.994722°N 87.905556°W / 42.994722; -87.905556 (Bay View Historic District)
Fairly intact part of the Milwaukee Iron Company's company town, with 330 buildings including workers' cottages built in the 1870s, larger houses where managers lived, the Garibaldi Club, and the South Shore Park Bathhouse.
14 Blatz Brewery Complex
Blatz Brewery Complex
April 15, 1986
(#86000793)
1101-1147 N. Broadway
43°02′42″N 87°54′32″W / 43.045°N 87.908889°W / 43.045; -87.908889 (Blatz Brewery Complex)
Three historic stockhouses from the old Blatz brewery plant, built in 1891, 1904 and 1906 - all in German Renaissance Revival style.
15 Valentin Blatz Brewing Company Office Building
Valentin Blatz Brewing Company Office Building
March 31, 1983
(#83003404)
1120 N. Broadway
43°02′44″N 87°54′29″W / 43.045556°N 87.908056°W / 43.045556; -87.908056 (Valentin Blatz Brewing Company Office Building)
Brewery office built in 1890, designed by Paul Schnetzky in Richardsonian Romanesque style. Now part of Milwaukee School of Engineering.
16 Blommer Ice Cream Company August 31, 2017
(#100001574)
1502 W. North Ave.
43°03′38″N 87°55′54″W / 43.06066°N 87.931769°W / 43.06066; -87.931769 (Blommer Ice Cream Company)
Factory begun in 1910 with glazed brick, then expanded in 1927 with a cream-colored terra cotta finish designed by Verner H. Esser, aiming to inspire consumer confidence with its clean, modern finish.[20][21]
17 Frederick C. Bogk House
Frederick C. Bogk House
October 18, 1972
(#72000058)
2420 N. Terrace Ave.
43°03′42″N 87°52′36″W / 43.061731°N 87.87665°W / 43.061731; -87.87665 (Frederick C. Bogk House)
1917 Frank Lloyd Wright-designed residence, with influences from Japanese architecture and Mayan decoration.
18 Brewers Hill Historic District
Brewers Hill Historic District
August 2, 1984
(#84003745)
Vine, Reservoir, Palmer, 1st, 2nd, and Brown Sts.
•Boundary increase (listed April 27, 1995, refnum 95000449): Roughly, Brown and Lloyd Sts. and Garfield and North Aves. from 2nd St. to Hubbard St.

43°03′17″N 87°54′48″W / 43.054722°N 87.913333°W / 43.054722; -87.913333 (Brewers Hill Historic District)
Diverse neighborhood north the old Schlitz and Blatz breweries, where a laborer's cottage could stand across the street from a manager's Queen Anne-styled home.
19 Herman W. Buemming House
Herman W. Buemming House
January 18, 1990
(#89002315)
1012 E. Pleasant St.
43°03′02″N 87°53′56″W / 43.050556°N 87.898889°W / 43.050556; -87.898889 (Herman W. Buemming House)
1901 Classical Revival-styled frame house designed to suggest a Greek temple, with a 2-story portico with Ionic capitals and a lunette window in the pediment. Buemming designed the home for his own family. Later home to art critic Frances Stover and theater manager Clair Richardson.[22][23]
20 J. L. Burnham Block February 11, 1988
(#88000086)
907-911 W. National Ave.
43°01′24″N 87°55′22″W / 43.023333°N 87.922778°W / 43.023333; -87.922778 (J. L. Burnham Block)
Largely intact Italianate-style commercial building with a meeting hall on its third story, designed by E. Townsend Mix and built in 1875 by cream city brickmaker J.L. Burnham.[24][25]
21 Elias A. Calkins Doublehouse
Elias A. Calkins Doublehouse
January 18, 1990
(#89002313)
1612-1614 E. Kane Pl.
43°03′21″N 87°53′25″W / 43.055833°N 87.890278°W / 43.055833; -87.890278 (Elias A. Calkins Doublehouse)
High Victorian Gothic-styled frame doublehouse designed by James Douglas and built in 1875 for Calkins, a newspaperman and Civil War veteran.[26][27]
22 Calvary Presbyterian Church
Calvary Presbyterian Church
March 10, 1986
(#86000098)
935 W. Wisconsin Ave.
43°02′18″N 87°55′27″W / 43.038333°N 87.924167°W / 43.038333; -87.924167 (Calvary Presbyterian Church)
Gothic Revival church designed by Koch & Hess and built in 1870, with a colossal corner tower.
23 Michael Carpenter House
Michael Carpenter House
January 16, 1986
(#86000096)
1115 Thirty-fifth St.
43°02′43″N 87°57′28″W / 43.045278°N 87.957778°W / 43.045278; -87.957778 (Michael Carpenter House)
2.5-story Queen Anne-styled home clad in brick and shingles, built in 1890 for Carpenter, a baker and director of Nabisco.[28][29]
24 Cass-Juneau Street Historic District
Cass-Juneau Street Historic District
November 3, 1988
(#88002389)
Roughly bounded by E. Knapp and Marshall Sts., Juneau Ave., and Van Buren St.
43°02′47″N 87°54′08″W / 43.046389°N 87.902222°W / 43.046389; -87.902222 (Cass-Juneau Street Historic District)
A fragment of the old Yankee Hill neighborhood on the lower east side, including the William Metcalf house, which started as a Greek Revival-styled home in 1854,[30] the 1862 early-Italianate Carey house,[31] the 1874 full-on Italianate Inbusch house,[32] the 1883 Queen Anne-styled Brandt doublehouse,[33] the 1904 Gothic Revival-styled Summerfield United Methodist church,[34] and the 1923 Georgian Revival-styled St. John's home.[35][36]
25 Cass-Wells Street Historic District
Cass-Wells Street Historic District
June 13, 1986
(#86001325)
712, 718, and 724 E. Wells St. and 801, 809, 815, 819, and 823 N. Cass St.
43°02′31″N 87°54′08″W / 43.041944°N 87.902222°W / 43.041944; -87.902222 (Cass-Wells Street Historic District)
Another fragment of the old Yankee Hill, including the 1870 Italianate Hutchinson house (pictured), the 1892 Queen Anne Parker house, the 1897 Tudor Revival Mrs. Willis Danforth house, and the 1904 Dutch Colonial Revival Charles Danforth house.
26 Central Library
Central Library
December 30, 1974
(#74000101)
814 W. Wisconsin Ave.
43°02′22″N 87°55′21″W / 43.039444°N 87.9225°W / 43.039444; -87.9225 (Central Library)
Ferry & Clas-designed 1895 Renaissance-style library, with the side shown at left perhaps inspired by the Louvre in Paris.
27 Century Building August 28, 2017
(#100001520)
808 N. Old World Third St., 230 W. Wells St.
43°02′25″N 87°48′51″W / 43.040399°N 87.814201°W / 43.040399; -87.814201 (Century Building)
8-story office building with commercial space at street level, designed by Alfred S. Alschuler in Neoclassical style and built in 1925.[37][38]
28 Chief Lippert Fire Station
Chief Lippert Fire Station
October 28, 1988
(#88002007)
642 W. North Ave.
43°03′38″N 87°55′10″W / 43.060556°N 87.919444°W / 43.060556; -87.919444 (Chief Lippert Fire Station)
1876 Italianate-styled fire station, initially built to house a "chemical fire engine" in a neighborhood that had no water mains.
29 Christ Evangelical Lutheran Church
Christ Evangelical Lutheran Church
September 25, 1987
(#87001735)
2235 W. Greenfield Ave.
43°01′00″N 87°56′31″W / 43.016667°N 87.941944°W / 43.016667; -87.941944 (Christ Evangelical Lutheran Church)
Gothic Revival-styled church designed by Frederick Velguth and built in 1901 by its German Lutheran congregation.
30 Coakley Brothers Warehouse
Coakley Brothers Warehouse
October 19, 2018
(#100003035)
3742 W Wisconsin Ave.
43°02′20″N 87°57′40″W / 43.0388°N 87.9610°W / 43.0388; -87.9610 (Coakley Brothers Warehouse)
7-story Mediterranean Revival-styled building with clock tower, designed by Eschweiler & Eschweiler and built in 1928 for storing the surplus possessions of the upper middle class residents of the West Side.[39][40]
31 Commerce Street Power Plant
Commerce Street Power Plant
June 25, 1999
(#99000761)
1338 N. Commerce St.
43°02′49″N 87°54′48″W / 43.046944°N 87.913333°W / 43.046944; -87.913333 (Commerce Street Power Plant)
4-story coal-burning power plant designed by Herman Esser and built 1903-1911, with 3-story round-arched windows and clerestory window. The switch house was added in 1911 and expanded in 1941. The 7-story Art Deco boiler house was added in 1941.[41][42]
32 Concordia Historic District
Concordia Historic District
July 30, 1985
(#85001688)
Roughly bounded by West State, N. 27th, W. Killbourn Ave. and N. 35th St.
43°02′32″N 87°57′09″W / 43.042222°N 87.9525°W / 43.042222; -87.9525 (Concordia Historic District)
Large historic neighborhood around what was once Concordia College, including the 1851 Italianate-styled Faries house,[43] the 1868 Gothic Revival-styled Yates house,[44] the 1888 Queen Anne-styled Eiring house,[45] the 1890 Shingle style Bancker house,[46] the 1891 Dutch Colonial Revival Reynolds house,[47] the 1897 Colonial Revival Strong duplex,[48] the 1897 Neoclassical Meissner house,[49] and the 1900 Beaux Arts-styled Concordia classroom building.[50][51]
33 Congregation Beth Israel Synagogue
Congregation Beth Israel Synagogue
March 5, 1992
(#92000107)
2432 N. Teutonia Ave.
43°03′47″N 87°55′43″W / 43.063056°N 87.928611°W / 43.063056; -87.928611 (Congregation Beth Israel Synagogue)
1925 synagogue in Byzantine Revival style. Sold in 1960 and converted into the Greater Galilee Missionary Baptist Church.
34 Thomas Cook House
Thomas Cook House
January 16, 1986
(#86000104)
853 N. Seventeenth St.
43°02′29″N 87°56′03″W / 43.041389°N 87.934167°W / 43.041389; -87.934167 (Thomas Cook House)
High Victorian Gothic house designed by E. Townsend Mix and built in 1875 for Cook, who owned a quarry business.
35 Edward J. Dahinden House
Edward J. Dahinden House
February 25, 1986
(#86000313)
3316 W. Wisconsin Ave.
43°02′21″N 87°57′20″W / 43.039167°N 87.955556°W / 43.039167; -87.955556 (Edward J. Dahinden House)
Craftsman-style house built in 1914 for an executive of the Franzen Paper Company.
36 Desmond-Farnham-Hustis House
Desmond-Farnham-Hustis House
January 18, 1990
(#89002314)
1535 N. Marshall St.
43°03′00″N 87°54′03″W / 43.05°N 87.900833°W / 43.05; -87.900833 (Desmond-Farnham-Hustis House)
Very intact High Victorian Gothic-style home built in 1876, with scroll-sawn bargeboards and iron cresting, and a matching carriage house behind. Thomas Desmond was secretary of the Milwaukee school board, William Farnham worked life insurance, and John Hustis developed real estate.[52][53]
37 Dover Street School and Social Center
Dover Street School and Social Center
May 10, 2016
(#16000239)
619 E. Dover St.
42°59′50″N 87°54′05″W / 42.997158°N 87.901385°W / 42.997158; -87.901385 (Dover Street School and Social Center)
Public school building begun in 1889, which also provided evening and weekend activities for children and adults in the Bay View neighborhood - an example of Milwaukee's "lighted schoolhouses" idea and the larger Social Center movement.[54]
38 Eagles Club
Eagles Club
July 29, 1986
(#86002096)
2401 W. Wisconsin Ave.
43°02′18″N 87°56′35″W / 43.038333°N 87.943056°W / 43.038333; -87.943056 (Eagles Club)
1920s ballroom, belonging to the Fraternal Order of Eagles, architect Russell Barr Williamson; part of the West Side Area MRA
39 East Brady Street Historic District
East Brady Street Historic District
March 9, 1990
(#90000363)
E. Brady St. from N. Farwell Ave. to N. Van Buren St.
43°03′11″N 87°53′52″W / 43.053056°N 87.897778°W / 43.053056; -87.897778 (East Brady Street Historic District)
Commercial center of a Polish neighborhood that grew around St. Hedwig's from 1865 to the 1920s - many of them immigrants working in the steel and leather industries. Italians moved in from the 1920s to 1950s, and counter-culture in the 1960s.[55]
40 East Oregon and South Barclay Industrial Historic District
East Oregon and South Barclay Industrial Historic District
December 29, 2014
(#14001112)
300 S. Barclay, 139, 221 E. Oregon & 214 E. Florida Sts.
43°01′39″N 87°54′34″W / 43.0275°N 87.9095°W / 43.0275; -87.9095 (East Oregon and South Barclay Industrial Historic District)
Cluster of historic factory buildings at Walker's Point,[56] including the 1925 Art Deco-styled Pittsburgh Plate Glass-Dry Color Factory[57] and its 1927 Mixmax Lacquer Plant,[58] the 1927 International-style Hydrite Chemical Building H,[59] and the 1948 Art Moderne Building #20.[60]
41 East Side Commercial Historic District
East Side Commercial Historic District
September 23, 1986
(#86002325)
Roughly bounded by E. Wells St., N. Jefferson St. and N. Broadway, Michigan and E. Clybourn, and N. Water Sts.
43°02′18″N 87°54′26″W / 43.038333°N 87.907222°W / 43.038333; -87.907222 (East Side Commercial Historic District)
Fairly intact part of the old central business district, including the 1858 Greek Revival-styled Webber townhouse,[61] the 1860 Italianate Iron Block,[62] the 1878 Second Empire-style Mitchell building,[63] the 1879 High Italianate-styled Mackie Building, which housed the Grain Exchange,[64] the 1883 Queen Anne-styled Milwaukee Club,[65] the 1890 Richardsonian Romanesque Pfister Hotel,[66] the 1901 Beaux Arts Wells building,[67] the 1925 Mediterranean Revival Watts building,[68] the 1916 French Gothic-styled Wisconsin Telephone building,[69] and the 1937 Moderne-styled Mariner building.[70][71]
42 East Village Historic District
East Village Historic District
January 21, 2004
(#03001486)
Generally bounded by North Humboldt, East Brady, North Warren and Milwaukee R
43°03′19″N 87°53′45″W / 43.055278°N 87.895833°W / 43.055278; -87.895833 (East Village Historic District)
Working class residential neighborhood settled chiefly by Polish immigrants starting in the 1860s. Many of the houses are workers' cottages like the 1881 Rewolinski house[72] and "Polish flats" on raised foundations, like the 1900 Stan Toyar house.[73] Some lots contain an extra "rear house" or two. Interspersed are businesses like the 1903 Wolski's Tavern[74] and more stylish buildings like the Craftsman-styled Stormowski duplex.[75][76][77]
43 Abraham H. Esbenshade House
Abraham H. Esbenshade House
January 16, 1986
(#86000106)
3119 W. Wells St.
43°02′25″N 87°57′13″W / 43.040278°N 87.953611°W / 43.040278; -87.953611 (Abraham H. Esbenshade House)
Late Queen Anne house with unusual Flemish Renaissance gable and bell-shaped dome on turret, designed by Crane and Barkhausen and built in 1899.
44 Exton Apartments Building
Exton Apartments Building
January 9, 1997
(#96001576)
1260 N. Prospect Ave.
43°02′49″N 87°53′45″W / 43.046944°N 87.895833°W / 43.046944; -87.895833 (Exton Apartments Building)
1938 nine-story apartment building designed by architect Herbert Tullgren. In its day the Exton offered modern living, from its Art Moderne exterior to air conditioning inside.[78][79]
45 Federal Building
Federal Building
March 14, 1973
(#73000082)
515-519 E. Wisconsin Ave.
43°02′17″N 87°54′16″W / 43.038056°N 87.904444°W / 43.038056; -87.904444 (Federal Building)
5-story Richardsonian Romanesque federal building and courthouse designed by Willoughby J. Edbrooke and built in the 1890s.
46 Otto F. Fiebing House
Otto F. Fiebing House
September 12, 1985
(#85002022)
1302 N. Hawley Rd.
43°02′51″N 87°59′01″W / 43.0475°N 87.983611°W / 43.0475; -87.983611 (Otto F. Fiebing House)
1.5-story Tudor Revival-style house clad in Tennessee quartzite with ridge dormers and round-capped chimneys, built in 1924 by Arnold F. Meyer & Co. using one of Ernest Flagg's designs. Fiebing was the first owner, and the brother-in-law of Meyer.[80][81]
47 Fifth Street School
Fifth Street School
March 5, 2018
(#100002175)
2770 N 5th St.
43°04′08″N 87°55′01″W / 43.068759°N 87.916960°W / 43.068759; -87.916960 (Fifth Street School)
3.5-story brick public school designed in Romanesque Revival style by German-born Milwaukee architect John Schnetzky, and built in 1888. Expanded in 1908 and 1960.[82]
48 First Church of Christ, Scientist
First Church of Christ, Scientist
March 8, 1989
(#89000070)
1443-1451 N. Prospect Ave.
43°02′57″N 87°53′41″W / 43.049167°N 87.894722°W / 43.049167; -87.894722 (First Church of Christ, Scientist)
49 First Unitarian Church
First Unitarian Church
December 30, 1974
(#74000102)
1009 E. Ogden Ave.
43°02′53″N 87°53′57″W / 43.048056°N 87.899167°W / 43.048056; -87.899167 (First Unitarian Church)
1891-2 Gothic Revival church designed by Milwaukee architects Ferry and Clas.
50 First Ward Triangle Historic District
First Ward Triangle Historic District
March 19, 1987
(#87000489)
Roughly Franklin Pl., N. Prospect and E. Juneau Aves., and E. Knapp St.
43°02′47″N 87°53′50″W / 43.046389°N 87.897222°W / 43.046389; -87.897222 (First Ward Triangle Historic District)
51 Florida and Third Industrial Historic District
Florida and Third Industrial Historic District
July 10, 2008
(#08000656)
234-500 (N side) W. Florida St., 222 W. Pittsburgh Ave., 212, 222, 305, 331 S. Third St., 400 S. Fifth St.
43°01′39″N 87°54′46″W / 43.0275°N 87.912778°W / 43.0275; -87.912778 (Florida and Third Industrial Historic District)
Industrial properties, 1891–1928
52 Forest Home Cemetery and Chapel
Forest Home Cemetery and Chapel
November 3, 1980
(#80000166)
2405 Forest Home Ave.
42°59′53″N 87°56′35″W / 42.998056°N 87.943056°W / 42.998056; -87.943056 (Forest Home Cemetery and Chapel)
Resting place for many Milwaukee luminaries, founded 1850
53 Christian Foth House
Christian Foth House
March 22, 1988
(#88000218)
1209-1211 S. Seventh St.
43°01′08″N 87°55′11″W / 43.018889°N 87.919722°W / 43.018889; -87.919722 (Christian Foth House)
54 Fourth Street School
Fourth Street School
August 2, 1984
(#84003720)
333 W. Galena St.
43°03′03″N 87°54′55″W / 43.050833°N 87.915278°W / 43.050833; -87.915278 (Fourth Street School)
School that Prime Minister Golda Meir attended, 1906–1912; part of the Brewers' Hill MRA
55 Friedmann Row
Friedmann Row
April 12, 1996
(#96000420)
1537, 1539, 1541, 1543 N. Cass St. and 731 E. Pleasant St.
43°03′02″N 87°54′08″W / 43.050556°N 87.902222°W / 43.050556; -87.902222 (Friedmann Row)
56 Gallun Tannery Historic District
Gallun Tannery Historic District
August 2, 1984
(#84003721)
Holton and Water Sts.
43°03′20″N 87°54′05″W / 43.055556°N 87.901389°W / 43.055556; -87.901389 (Gallun Tannery Historic District)
part of the Brewers' Hill MRA
57 Garden Homes Historic District
Garden Homes Historic District
May 4, 1990
(#90000669)
Roughly bounded by W. Ruby and N. Teutonia Aves., N. 24th Pl., W. Atkinson Ave. and N. 27th St.
43°05′51″N 87°56′41″W / 43.0975°N 87.944722°W / 43.0975; -87.944722 (Garden Homes Historic District)
58 German-English Academy
German-English Academy
April 11, 1977
(#77000037)
1020 N. Broadway
43°02′39″N 87°54′29″W / 43.044167°N 87.908056°W / 43.044167; -87.908056 (German-English Academy)
Romanesque Revival school built 1891-92 to house a private Academy started in 1851 by German immigrants to promote German language and culture. Designed by Crane and Barkhausen.
59 Germania Building
Germania Building
July 7, 1983
(#83003405)
135 W. Wells St.
43°02′23″N 87°54′45″W / 43.039722°N 87.9125°W / 43.039722; -87.9125 (Germania Building)
1896 home to Germania Publishing Company. Largest office building in the city at the time.
60 Gesu Church
Gesu Church
January 16, 1986
(#86000108)
1145 W. Wisconsin Ave.
43°02′18″N 87°55′38″W / 43.038333°N 87.927222°W / 43.038333; -87.927222 (Gesu Church)
Twin-spired Gothic-style church; part of the West Side Area MRA
61 Gimbels Parking Pavilion
Gimbels Parking Pavilion
March 29, 2001
(#01000310)
555 N. Plankinton Ave.
43°02′13″N 87°54′43″W / 43.036944°N 87.911944°W / 43.036944; -87.911944 (Gimbels Parking Pavilion)
Art moderne monument to postwar suburban mobility
62 Goodwill Industries Building
Goodwill Industries Building
July 14, 2004
(#04000714)
2102 W. Pierce St.
43°01′29″N 87°56′22″W / 43.024722°N 87.939444°W / 43.024722; -87.939444 (Goodwill Industries Building)
Training center for the disabled
63 Graham Row
Graham Row
July 27, 1979
(#79000095)
1501, 1503, and 1507 N. Marshall St.
43°02′58″N 87°54′04″W / 43.049444°N 87.901111°W / 43.049444; -87.901111 (Graham Row)
64 Grand Avenue Congregational Church
Grand Avenue Congregational Church
January 16, 1986
(#86000110)
2133 W. Wisconsin Ave.
43°02′18″N 87°56′25″W / 43.038333°N 87.940278°W / 43.038333; -87.940278 (Grand Avenue Congregational Church)
part of the West Side Area MRA
65 Grand Avenue Elementary School
Grand Avenue Elementary School
March 23, 2018
(#100002236)
2708 W. Wisconsin Ave.
43°02′19″N 87°56′54″W / 43.038745°N 87.948264°W / 43.038745; -87.948264 (Grand Avenue Elementary School)
66 Thomas A. Greene Memorial Museum
Thomas A. Greene Memorial Museum
November 4, 1993
(#93001615)
3367 N. Downer Ave.
43°04′44″N 87°52′41″W / 43.078889°N 87.878056°W / 43.078889; -87.878056 (Thomas A. Greene Memorial Museum)
Built in 1913 to house the collection of amateur geologist, Greene
67 Harley-Davidson Motorcycle Factory Building
Harley-Davidson Motorcycle Factory Building
November 9, 1994
(#86003850)
3700 W. Juneau Ave. (1147 N. Thirty-eighth St.)
43°02′45″N 87°57′40″W / 43.045833°N 87.961111°W / 43.045833; -87.961111 (Harley-Davidson Motorcycle Factory Building)
part of the West Side Area MRA
68 Highland Avenue Methodist Church
Highland Avenue Methodist Church
January 16, 1986
(#86000114)
2024 W. Highland Ave.
43°02′41″N 87°56′19″W / 43.044722°N 87.938611°W / 43.044722; -87.938611 (Highland Avenue Methodist Church)
part of the West Side Area MRA
69 Highland Boulevard Historic District
Highland Boulevard Historic District
July 30, 1985
(#85001686)
W. Highland Blvd. roughly bounded by N. 33rd and N. 29th Sts.
43°02′41″N 87°57′09″W / 43.044722°N 87.9525°W / 43.044722; -87.9525 (Highland Boulevard Historic District)
part of the West Side Area MRA
70 Historic Third Ward District
Historic Third Ward District
March 8, 1984
(#84003724)
Bounded by the Milwaukee River, C&NW RR, and E. St. Paul and N. Jackson Sts.
43°01′56″N 87°54′26″W / 43.032222°N 87.907222°W / 43.032222; -87.907222 (Historic Third Ward District)
Neighborhood of Irish settlers, and later Italian businesses
71 Alfred M. Hoelz House
Alfred M. Hoelz House
September 12, 1985
(#85002029)
3449-3451 Frederick Ave.
43°04′49″N 87°53′02″W / 43.080278°N 87.883889°W / 43.080278; -87.883889 (Alfred M. Hoelz House)
part of the Ernest Flagg Stone Masonry Houses of Milwaukee County TR
72 Holy Trinity Roman Catholic Church
Holy Trinity Roman Catholic Church
November 7, 1972
(#72000062)
605 S. 4th St.
43°01′30″N 87°54′57″W / 43.025°N 87.915833°W / 43.025; -87.915833 (Holy Trinity Roman Catholic Church)
73 Home Office, Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance Company
Home Office, Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance Company
March 20, 1973
(#73000083)
605-623 N. Broadway
43°02′16″N 87°54′28″W / 43.037778°N 87.907778°W / 43.037778; -87.907778 (Home Office, Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance Company)
74 David W. Howie House
David W. Howie House
January 16, 1986
(#86000116)
3026 W. Wells St.
43°02′26″N 87°57′09″W / 43.040556°N 87.9525°W / 43.040556; -87.9525 (David W. Howie House)
part of the West Side Area MRA
75 Immanuel Presbyterian Church
Immanuel Presbyterian Church
December 27, 1974
(#74000104)
1100 N. Astor St.
43°02′41″N 87°53′58″W / 43.044722°N 87.899444°W / 43.044722; -87.899444 (Immanuel Presbyterian Church)
1873 Gothic Revival design by E. Townsend Mix, buff-colored Wauwatosa limestone with red and gray interjections, original interior destroyed by 1887 fire
76 Iron Block
Iron Block
December 27, 1974
(#74000105)
205 E. Wisconsin Ave.
43°02′18″N 87°54′32″W / 43.038333°N 87.908889°W / 43.038333; -87.908889 (Iron Block)
Cast Iron façade, shipped from New York, built 1861
77 Johnston Hall
Johnston Hall
January 16, 1986
(#86000118)
1121 W. Wisconsin Ave.
43°02′18″N 87°55′37″W / 43.038333°N 87.926944°W / 43.038333; -87.926944 (Johnston Hall)
part of the West Side Area MRA
78 Joseph B. Kalvelage House
Joseph B. Kalvelage House
May 23, 1978
(#78000118)
2432 W. Kilbourn Ave.
43°02′30″N 87°56′38″W / 43.041667°N 87.943889°W / 43.041667; -87.943889 (Joseph B. Kalvelage House)
1897 German baroque house.
79 Sanford R. Kane House
Sanford R. Kane House
September 13, 1991
(#91001398)
1841 N. Prospect Ave.
43°03′15″N 87°53′22″W / 43.054167°N 87.889444°W / 43.054167; -87.889444 (Sanford R. Kane House)
1883 Queen Anne style mansion
80 Kenwood Park-Prospect Hill Historic District
Kenwood Park-Prospect Hill Historic District
March 7, 2002
(#02000185)
Roughly bounded by N. Hackett Ave., E. Edgewood Ave., N. Lake Dr. and E. Newberry Ave.
43°04′33″N 87°52′30″W / 43.075833°N 87.875°W / 43.075833; -87.875 (Kenwood Park-Prospect Hill Historic District)
81 Frederick Ketter Warehouse
Frederick Ketter Warehouse
August 2, 1984
(#84003725)
325 W. Vine St.
43°03′13″N 87°54′54″W / 43.053611°N 87.915°W / 43.053611; -87.915 (Frederick Ketter Warehouse)
part of the Brewers' Hill MRA
82 Kilbourn Avenue Row House Historic District
Kilbourn Avenue Row House Historic District
February 25, 1986
(#86000311)
Roughly bounded by N. 14th St., W. Kilbourn Ave., and N. 15th St.
43°02′29″N 87°55′53″W / 43.041389°N 87.931389°W / 43.041389; -87.931389 (Kilbourn Avenue Row House Historic District)
part of the West Side Area MRA
83 Kilbourn Masonic Temple
Kilbourn Masonic Temple
January 16, 1986
(#86000121)
827 N. Eleventh St.
43°02′26″N 87°55′35″W / 43.040556°N 87.926389°W / 43.040556; -87.926389 (Kilbourn Masonic Temple)
part of the West Side Area MRA
84 Kinnickinnic River Parkway
Kinnickinnic River Parkway
July 14, 2011
(#11000462)
Between S. 72nd & S. 16th Sts.
42°59′51″N 87°57′49″W / 42.9975°N 87.963611°W / 42.9975; -87.963611 (Kinnickinnic River Parkway)
part of the Milwaukee County Parkway System Multiple Property Submission (MPS)
85 Knapp-Astor House
Knapp-Astor House
March 27, 1980
(#80000167)
930 E. Knapp St. and 1301 N. Astor St.
43°02′49″N 87°53′59″W / 43.046944°N 87.899722°W / 43.046944; -87.899722 (Knapp-Astor House)
86 Knickerbocker Hotel
Knickerbocker Hotel
June 2, 1988
(#88000680)
1028 E. Juneau Ave.
43°02′45″N 87°53′56″W / 43.045833°N 87.898889°W / 43.045833; -87.898889 (Knickerbocker Hotel)
8-story late Neoclassical residential apartment hotel built in 1929, designed by Rossman & Wierdsma.
87 Koelsch Funeral Home
Koelsch Funeral Home
October 12, 2010
(#10000822)
7622 W, Greenfield Ave.
43°01′00″N 88°00′30″W / 43.016667°N 88.008333°W / 43.016667; -88.008333 (Koelsch Funeral Home)
88 Lake Park
Lake Park
April 22, 1993
(#93000339)
2900 N. Lake Dr. and 2800 E. Kenwood Blvd.
43°04′13″N 87°52′07″W / 43.070278°N 87.868611°W / 43.070278; -87.868611 (Lake Park)
Designed by Frederick Law Olmsted, and begun in the 1890s
89 LIGHT VESSEL NO. 57 (Shipwreck) December 23, 1991
(#91001823)
Lake Michigan near South Shore Park
43°00′06″N 87°53′08″W / 43.001533°N 87.8855°W / 43.001533; -87.8855 (LIGHT VESSEL NO. 57 (Shipwreck))
90 Lindsay-Bostrom Building
Lindsay-Bostrom Building
April 26, 2002
(#02000417)
133 W. Oregon St.
43°01′41″N 87°54′43″W / 43.028056°N 87.911944°W / 43.028056; -87.911944 (Lindsay-Bostrom Building)
91 Lohman Funeral Home and Livery Stable
Lohman Funeral Home and Livery Stable
March 17, 1988
(#88000220)
804 W. Greenfield and 1325 S. Eighth
43°01′02″N 87°55′16″W / 43.017222°N 87.921111°W / 43.017222; -87.921111 (Lohman Funeral Home and Livery Stable)
livery stable being razed as of October 2012[83]
92 Robert Machek House
Robert Machek House
October 28, 1977
(#77000038)
1305 N. 19th St.
43°02′50″N 87°56′12″W / 43.047222°N 87.936667°W / 43.047222; -87.936667 (Robert Machek House)
93 Mackie Building
Mackie Building
April 3, 1973
(#73000084)
225 E. Michigan St.
43°02′14″N 87°54′29″W / 43.037158°N 87.90805°W / 43.037158; -87.90805 (Mackie Building)
1879 Victorian landmark designed by E. Townsend Mix, once the world’s largest grain exchange
94 George C. Mansfield Company Building
George C. Mansfield Company Building
July 26, 2016
(#16000476)
1300 N. 4th St.
43°02′50″N 87°54′57″W / 43.047338°N 87.915814°W / 43.047338; -87.915814 (George C. Mansfield Company Building)
95 Mayer Boot and Shoe Company Building
Mayer Boot and Shoe Company Building
August 2, 1984
(#84003728)
116 E. Walnut St.
43°03′10″N 87°54′37″W / 43.052778°N 87.910278°W / 43.052778; -87.910278 (Mayer Boot and Shoe Company Building)
part of the Brewers' Hill MRA
96 McIntosh-Goodrich Mansion
McIntosh-Goodrich Mansion
August 31, 2000
(#00001045)
1584 N. Prospect Ave.
43°03′02″N 87°53′33″W / 43.050556°N 87.8925°W / 43.050556; -87.8925 (McIntosh-Goodrich Mansion)
1932 Classical revival mansion, designed by architect H.R. Wilson
97 McKinley Boulevard Historic District
McKinley Boulevard Historic District
July 30, 1985
(#85001687)
W. McKinley Blvd. between N. 34th & N. 27th Sts.
43°02′50″N 87°57′08″W / 43.047222°N 87.952222°W / 43.047222; -87.952222 (McKinley Boulevard Historic District)
part of the West Side Area MRA
98 Milwaukee Athletic Club
Milwaukee Athletic Club
March 28, 2019
(#100003549)
758 N. Broadway
43°02′25″N 87°54′28″W / 43.0402°N 87.9079°W / 43.0402; -87.9079 (Milwaukee Athletic Club)
99 Milwaukee Breakwater Light
Milwaukee Breakwater Light
September 16, 2011
(#11000678)
South end of the north breakwater, 0.7 miles (1.1 km) east of the mouth of the Milwaukee River
43°01′37″N 87°52′55″W / 43.026944°N 87.881944°W / 43.026944; -87.881944 (Milwaukee Breakwater Light)
part of the Light Stations of the United States MPS
100 Milwaukee City Hall
Milwaukee City Hall
March 14, 1973
(#73000085)
200 E. Wells St.
43°02′31″N 87°54′35″W / 43.041944°N 87.909722°W / 43.041944; -87.909722 (Milwaukee City Hall)
Henry C. Koch-designed 1894 Flemish Revival building, tallest building in US outside of New York City, 1895–1901
101 Milwaukee County Courthouse
Milwaukee County Courthouse
March 9, 1982
(#82000687)
901 N. 9th St.
43°02′29″N 87°55′26″W / 43.041389°N 87.923889°W / 43.041389; -87.923889 (Milwaukee County Courthouse)
Massive 1931 Classical Revival courthouse; part of the County Courthouses of Wisconsin TR
102 Milwaukee County Dispensary and Emergency Hospital
Milwaukee County Dispensary and Emergency Hospital
March 21, 1985
(#85000639)
2430 W. Wisconsin Ave.
43°02′22″N 87°56′38″W / 43.039444°N 87.943889°W / 43.039444; -87.943889 (Milwaukee County Dispensary and Emergency Hospital)
103 Milwaukee County Historical Center
Milwaukee County Historical Center
March 14, 1973
(#73000086)
910 N. 3rd St.
43°02′30″N 87°54′52″W / 43.041667°N 87.914444°W / 43.041667; -87.914444 (Milwaukee County Historical Center)
1913 Neo-Classical bank building, currently home to the Milwaukee County Historical Center
104 Milwaukee Fire Department High Pressure Pumping Station
Milwaukee Fire Department High Pressure Pumping Station
July 7, 1981
(#81000049)
2011 S. 1st St.
43°00′21″N 87°54′41″W / 43.005833°N 87.911389°W / 43.005833; -87.911389 (Milwaukee Fire Department High Pressure Pumping Station)
105 Milwaukee Hospital
Milwaukee Hospital
September 6, 2006
(#06000800)
2200 W. Kilbourn Ave.
43°02′33″N 87°56′26″W / 43.0425°N 87.940556°W / 43.0425; -87.940556 (Milwaukee Hospital)
First Protestant hospital west of Pittsburgh, founded 1863
106 Milwaukee News Building and Milwaukee Abstract Association Building
Milwaukee News Building and Milwaukee Abstract Association Building
March 1, 1982
(#82000688)
222 E. Mason St.
43°02′24″N 87°54′32″W / 43.04°N 87.908889°W / 43.04; -87.908889 (Milwaukee News Building and Milwaukee Abstract Association Building)
107 Milwaukee Normal School-Milwaukee Girls' Trade and Technical High School
Milwaukee Normal School-Milwaukee Girls' Trade and Technical High School
January 16, 1986
(#86000123)
1820 W. Wells St.
43°02′27″N 87°56′09″W / 43.040833°N 87.935833°W / 43.040833; -87.935833 (Milwaukee Normal School-Milwaukee Girls' Trade and Technical High School)
part of the West Side Area MRA
108 Milwaukee Paper Box Company December 18, 2013
(#13000956)
1560 W. Pierce St.
43°01′29″N 87°55′57″W / 43.024691°N 87.932479°W / 43.024691; -87.932479 (Milwaukee Paper Box Company)
109 Milwaukee Pierhead Light
Milwaukee Pierhead Light
November 21, 2012
(#12000971)
Milwaukee Harbor entry N. pier, SE. corner of H.W. Maier Festival Park
43°01′34″N 87°53′43″W / 43.0260°N 87.8953°W / 43.0260; -87.8953 (Milwaukee Pierhead Light)
110 Milwaukee River Parkway
Milwaukee River Parkway
November 6, 2012
(#12000914)
Between Good Hope Rd. & W. Capitol Dr.
43°07′07″N 87°55′24″W / 43.118716°N 87.923241°W / 43.118716; -87.923241 (Milwaukee River Parkway)
Part of the Milwaukee County Parkway System MPS
111 Milwaukee-Western Fuel Company Building
Milwaukee-Western Fuel Company Building
March 5, 1992
(#92000108)
2150 N. Prospect Ave.
43°03′29″N 87°53′07″W / 43.058056°N 87.885278°W / 43.058056; -87.885278 (Milwaukee-Western Fuel Company Building)
1934 Art Deco office building designed by Herbert Tullgren
112 Milwaukee-Downer "Quad"
Milwaukee-Downer "Quad"
January 17, 1974
(#74000106)
NW corner of Hartford and Downer Aves.
43°04′42″N 87°52′43″W / 43.078333°N 87.878611°W / 43.078333; -87.878611 (Milwaukee-Downer "Quad")
113 Mitchell Building
Mitchell Building
April 3, 1973
(#73000087)
207 E. Michigan St.
43°02′14″N 87°54′31″W / 43.037222°N 87.908611°W / 43.037222; -87.908611 (Mitchell Building)
E. Townsend Mix-designed French Second Empire-style 1876 office building
114 Alexander Mitchell House
Alexander Mitchell House
August 28, 2012
(#86003852)
900 W. Wisconsin Ave.
43°02′23″N 87°55′25″W / 43.039714°N 87.923745°W / 43.039714; -87.923745 (Alexander Mitchell House)
115 New Coeln House
New Coeln House
February 11, 1988
(#88000083)
5905 S. Howell Ave.
42°56′14″N 87°54′36″W / 42.937222°N 87.91°W / 42.937222; -87.91 (New Coeln House)
116 Newberry Boulevard Historic District
Newberry Boulevard Historic District
March 7, 1994
(#94000137)
1802-3000 E. Newberry Blvd.
43°04′10″N 87°52′50″W / 43.069444°N 87.880556°W / 43.069444; -87.880556 (Newberry Boulevard Historic District)
117 North 47th Street Bungalow Historic District
North 47th Street Bungalow Historic District
February 28, 2017
(#100000699)
2500 block of N. 47th St. between Wright and Clarke Sts.
43°03′55″N 87°58′21″W / 43.065280°N 87.972436°W / 43.065280; -87.972436 (North 47th Street Bungalow Historic District)
118 North First Street Historic District
North First Street Historic District
August 2, 1984
(#84003731)
Roughly 1st and 2nd Sts. between North and Center Sts.
43°03′47″N 87°54′42″W / 43.063056°N 87.911667°W / 43.063056; -87.911667 (North First Street Historic District)
part of the Brewers' Hill MRA
119 North Grant Boulevard Historic District
North Grant Boulevard Historic District
March 23, 1995
(#95000290)
2370-2879 N. Grant Blvd.
43°04′02″N 87°57′57″W / 43.067222°N 87.965833°W / 43.067222; -87.965833 (North Grant Boulevard Historic District)
Upscale subdivision, 1913–1931
120 North Point Lighthouse
North Point Lighthouse
July 19, 1984
(#84003732)
Wahl St. at Terrace
43°03′57″N 87°52′13″W / 43.065833°N 87.870278°W / 43.065833; -87.870278 (North Point Lighthouse)
Lighthouse established in 1855, current structure 1888 and 1913; part of the U.S. Coast Guard Lighthouses and Light Stations on the Great Lakes TR
121 North Point North Historic District
North Point North Historic District
March 24, 2000
(#00000255)
Roughly bounded by N. Downer Ave., E. Park Pl., and N. Wahl Ave.
43°03′55″N 87°52′35″W / 43.065278°N 87.876389°W / 43.065278; -87.876389 (North Point North Historic District)
122 North Point South Historic District
North Point South Historic District
September 4, 1979
(#79000322)
Roughly bounded by North Ave., Summit, Terrace, and Lafayette Sts.
43°03′26″N 87°52′55″W / 43.057222°N 87.881944°W / 43.057222; -87.881944 (North Point South Historic District)
123 North Point Water Tower
North Point Water Tower
February 23, 1973
(#73000088)
E. North Ave. between N. Lake Dr. and N. Terrace Ave.
43°03′37″N 87°52′47″W / 43.060278°N 87.879722°W / 43.060278; -87.879722 (North Point Water Tower)
175-foot Victorian Gothic tower, used to regulate water pressure, designed by Charles Gombert and built in 1873
124 North Sherman Boulevard Historic District
North Sherman Boulevard Historic District
April 6, 2004
(#04000271)
N. Sherman Blvd. Roughly bounded by W. Keefe Ave. and W. Lisbon Ave.
43°04′13″N 87°58′02″W / 43.070278°N 87.967222°W / 43.070278; -87.967222 (North Sherman Boulevard Historic District)
125 North Third Street Historic District
North Third Street Historic District
August 2, 1984
(#84003733)
Roughly N. 3rd St. between N. 3rd Ave. and Vine St.
43°03′35″N 87°54′52″W / 43.059722°N 87.914444°W / 43.059722; -87.914444 (North Third Street Historic District)
part of the Brewers' Hill MRA
126 Northwestern Branch, National Home for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers Historic District
Northwestern Branch, National Home for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers Historic District
June 3, 2005
(#05000530)
5000 W. National Ave.
43°01′44″N 87°58′33″W / 43.028889°N 87.975833°W / 43.028889; -87.975833 (Northwestern Branch, National Home for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers Historic District)
Cream city brick building in Gothic Revival style designed by E. Townsend Mix in 1867, surrounded by grounds that were one of the first city parks; designated a National Historic Landmark June 17, 2011
127 Nunn-Bush Shoe Company Factory September 11, 2017
(#100001599)
2821 N. 4th St.
43°04′13″N 87°54′56″W / 43.070302°N 87.915465°W / 43.070302; -87.915465 (Nunn-Bush Shoe Company Factory)
128 Old St. Mary's Church
Old St. Mary's Church
March 7, 1973
(#73000253)
844 N. Broadway
43°02′29″N 87°54′28″W / 43.041389°N 87.907778°W / 43.041389; -87.907778 (Old St. Mary's Church)
Milwaukee's first German Catholic church, Zopfstil style, 1847
129 Old World Third Street Historic District
Old World Third Street Historic District
March 19, 1987
(#87000494)
N. Old World Third St., W. Highland Ave., and W. State St.
43°02′37″N 87°54′53″W / 43.043611°N 87.914722°W / 43.043611; -87.914722 (Old World Third Street Historic District)
130 Joseph B. Oliver House
Joseph B. Oliver House
January 18, 1990
(#89002312)
1516 E. Brady St.
43°03′10″N 87°53′29″W / 43.052778°N 87.891389°W / 43.052778; -87.891389 (Joseph B. Oliver House)
131 Oneida Street Station
Oneida Street Station
December 6, 1984
(#84000701)
108 E. Wells and 816 N. Edison Sts.
43°02′28″N 87°54′41″W / 43.041111°N 87.911389°W / 43.041111; -87.911389 (Oneida Street Station)
First use of pulverized coal in boilers, 1919
132 Pabst Brewery Saloon
Pabst Brewery Saloon
January 16, 1986
(#86000125)
1338-1340 W. Juneau Ave.
43°02′46″N 87°55′48″W / 43.046111°N 87.93°W / 43.046111; -87.93 (Pabst Brewery Saloon)
part of the West Side Area MRA
133 Pabst Brewing Company Complex
Pabst Brewing Company Complex
November 14, 2003
(#03001165)
Roughly bounded by Highland Ave., 11th, Winnebago and 9th Sts.
43°02′45″N 87°55′28″W / 43.045833°N 87.924444°W / 43.045833; -87.924444 (Pabst Brewing Company Complex)
Brewing company founded in 1844. One-time largest brewer in the world
134 Pabst Theater
Pabst Theater
April 11, 1972
(#72000063)
144 E. Wells St.
43°02′28″N 87°54′52″W / 43.041111°N 87.914444°W / 43.041111; -87.914444 (Pabst Theater)
Technologically innovative theater, built 1895
135 Frederick Pabst House
Frederick Pabst House
April 21, 1975
(#75000073)
2000 W. Wisconsin Ave.
43°02′21″N 87°56′17″W / 43.039167°N 87.938056°W / 43.039167; -87.938056 (Frederick Pabst House)
1892 Flemish Renaissance Revival mansion of beer baron, Captain Frederick Pabst. Architect George Bowman Ferry.
136 George W. Peck Row House June 14, 2016
(#16000378)
1620-1630 N. Farwell Ave.
43°03′07″N 87°53′36″W / 43.051834°N 87.893360°W / 43.051834; -87.893360 (George W. Peck Row House)
137 Peckham Junior High School
Peckham Junior High School
May 30, 2012
(#12000319)
3245 N. 37th St.
43°04′42″N 87°57′37″W / 43.078238°N 87.9603°W / 43.078238; -87.9603 (Peckham Junior High School)
138 Pittsburgh Plate Glass Enamel Plant
Pittsburgh Plate Glass Enamel Plant
October 21, 2009
(#09000851)
201 E. Pittsburgh Ave.
43°01′44″N 87°54′30″W / 43.028797°N 87.908389°W / 43.028797; -87.908389 (Pittsburgh Plate Glass Enamel Plant)
Art deco factory and office building
139 Plankinton-Wells-Water Street Historic District
Plankinton-Wells-Water Street Historic District
June 13, 1986
(#86001328)
Roughly bounded by Wells, Bridge, N. Water, E. Mason, W. Wells, and N. Second Sts.
43°02′26″N 87°54′40″W / 43.040556°N 87.911111°W / 43.040556; -87.911111 (Plankinton-Wells-Water Street Historic District)
140 John Pritzlaff Hardware Company
John Pritzlaff Hardware Company
January 14, 2013
(#12001187)
305-333 N. Plankinton & 143, 155, W. St. Paul Aves.
43°02′04″N 87°54′43″W / 43.034337°N 87.911977°W / 43.034337; -87.911977 (John Pritzlaff Hardware Company)
1875 home of Milwaukee's largest hardware company
141 Prospect Avenue Apartment Buildings Historic District
Prospect Avenue Apartment Buildings Historic District
April 19, 1990
(#90000640)
N. Prospect Ave. area roughly between E. Kane Pl. and E. Windsor St.
43°03′20″N 87°53′17″W / 43.055556°N 87.888056°W / 43.055556; -87.888056 (Prospect Avenue Apartment Buildings Historic District)
142 Prospect Avenue Mansions Historic District
Prospect Avenue Mansions Historic District
April 7, 1990
(#90000478)
1363-1551 N. Prospect Ave.
43°02′56″N 87°53′40″W / 43.048889°N 87.894444°W / 43.048889; -87.894444 (Prospect Avenue Mansions Historic District)
143 Prospect Hill Historic District
Prospect Hill Historic District
March 1, 2005
(#05000104)
2700 block of N. Hackett Ave., N. Shepard Ave., N. Summit Ave. and 2804-06 E. Park Place
43°04′05″N 87°52′33″W / 43.068056°N 87.875833°W / 43.068056; -87.875833 (Prospect Hill Historic District)
144 Public School No. 27
Public School No. 27
August 2, 1984
(#84003735)
2215 N. 4th St.
43°03′34″N 87°54′58″W / 43.059444°N 87.916111°W / 43.059444; -87.916111 (Public School No. 27)
part of the Brewers' Hill MRA
145 Public Service Building
Public Service Building
May 20, 1998
(#98000576)
231 W. Michigan St.
43°02′14″N 87°54′52″W / 43.037222°N 87.914444°W / 43.037222; -87.914444 (Public Service Building)
1902 home of the first unified electric power utility in the nation, the Milwaukee Electric Railway and Light Company (now Wisconsin Energy Corporation), founded 1896
146 Pythian Castle Lodge
Pythian Castle Lodge
February 25, 1988
(#88000089)
1925 W. National Ave.
43°01′21″N 87°56′15″W / 43.0225°N 87.9375°W / 43.0225; -87.9375 (Pythian Castle Lodge)
1927 Spanish Colonial Revival-style lodge of Knights of Pythias.
147 Charles Quarles House
Charles Quarles House
July 27, 1979
(#79000096)
2531 N. Farwell Ave.
43°03′52″N 87°52′55″W / 43.064444°N 87.881944°W / 43.064444; -87.881944 (Charles Quarles House)
148 Saint Anthony Hospital
Saint Anthony Hospital
October 6, 2017
(#100001724)
1004 N. 10th St.
43°02′37″N 87°55′28″W / 43.043579°N 87.924380°W / 43.043579; -87.924380 (Saint Anthony Hospital)
149 Saint George Melkite Catholic Church
Saint George Melkite Catholic Church
January 16, 1986
(#86000128)
1617 W. State St.
43°02′35″N 87°56′00″W / 43.043056°N 87.933333°W / 43.043056; -87.933333 (Saint George Melkite Catholic Church)
Best example of Byzantine Revival inspired architecture in the city, exemplifies the association between ethnicity and architectural design; part of the West Side Area MRA
150 Saint James Court Apartments
Saint James Court Apartments
July 2, 2008
(#08000606)
831 West Wisconsin Ave.
43°02′18″N 87°55′22″W / 43.038342°N 87.922714°W / 43.038342; -87.922714 (Saint James Court Apartments)
151 St. James Episcopal Church
St. James Episcopal Church
June 27, 1979
(#79000098)
833 W. Wisconsin Ave.
43°02′17″N 87°55′22″W / 43.038056°N 87.922778°W / 43.038056; -87.922778 (St. James Episcopal Church)
152 St. John's Evangelical Lutheran Church Complex
St. John's Evangelical Lutheran Church Complex
May 18, 1992
(#92000459)
804-816 W. Vliet St.
43°02′55″N 87°55′19″W / 43.048611°N 87.921944°W / 43.048611; -87.921944 (St. John's Evangelical Lutheran Church Complex)
1889 Gothic Revival church designed by Hermann Schnetzky
153 St. John's Roman Catholic Cathedral
St. John's Roman Catholic Cathedral
December 31, 1974
(#74000108)
812 N. Jackson St.
43°02′30″N 87°54′14″W / 43.041667°N 87.903889°W / 43.041667; -87.903889 (St. John's Roman Catholic Cathedral)
Zopfstil-style cathedral, built 1847-1852
154 St. Josaphat Basilica
St. Josaphat Basilica
March 7, 1973
(#73000089)
601 W. Lincoln Ave.
43°00′09″N 87°55′09″W / 43.0025°N 87.919167°W / 43.0025; -87.919167 (St. Josaphat Basilica)
Grand 1901 church, named the third basilica in the US in 1929.
155 St. Martini Evangelical Lutheran Church
St. Martini Evangelical Lutheran Church
September 25, 1987
(#87001741)
1557 W. Orchard St.
43°00′57″N 87°55′57″W / 43.015833°N 87.9325°W / 43.015833; -87.9325 (St. Martini Evangelical Lutheran Church)
156 St. Matthew Christian Methodist Episcopal Church
St. Matthew Christian Methodist Episcopal Church
May 8, 2019
(#100003909)
2944 N. 9th St.
43°04′20″N 87°55′21″W / 43.0723°N 87.9226°W / 43.0723; -87.9226 (St. Matthew Christian Methodist Episcopal Church)
157 St. Patrick's Roman Catholic Church
St. Patrick's Roman Catholic Church
December 16, 1974
(#74000109)
1105 S. 7th St.
43°01′12″N 87°55′13″W / 43.02°N 87.920278°W / 43.02; -87.920278 (St. Patrick's Roman Catholic Church)
158 St. Paul's Episcopal Church
St. Paul's Episcopal Church
December 27, 1974
(#74000110)
904 E. Knapp St.
43°02′50″N 87°54′02″W / 43.047222°N 87.900556°W / 43.047222; -87.900556 (St. Paul's Episcopal Church)
Romanesque Revival style church noted for its Tiffany windows, built 1882-90 by local architect E. Townsend Mix adopting an original design published earlier by Henry Hobson Richardson
159 Saint Peter's Evangelical Lutheran Church
Saint Peter's Evangelical Lutheran Church
September 25, 1987
(#87001736)
1204, 1213, 1214, and 1215 S. Eighth St.
43°01′08″N 87°55′16″W / 43.018889°N 87.921111°W / 43.018889; -87.921111 (Saint Peter's Evangelical Lutheran Church)
Designed by Andrew Elleson in Italianate Gothic Revival style and completed in 1885
160 Saint Vincent's Infant Asylum
Saint Vincent's Infant Asylum
September 25, 1987
(#87001742)
809 W. Greenfield Ave.
43°01′01″N 87°55′16″W / 43.016944°N 87.921111°W / 43.016944; -87.921111 (Saint Vincent's Infant Asylum)
161 Saints Peter and Paul Roman Catholic Church Complex
Saints Peter and Paul Roman Catholic Church Complex
September 13, 1991
(#91001392)
2474 and 2490 N. Cramer St. and 2479 and 2491 N. Murray Ave.
43°03′48″N 87°53′10″W / 43.063333°N 87.886111°W / 43.063333; -87.886111 (Saints Peter and Paul Roman Catholic Church Complex)
Later parish of German immigrants, with Romanesque Revival church built in 1890-92, Neoclassical school built in 1890, and Romanesque convent built in 1889.
162 Salem Evangelical Church
Salem Evangelical Church
October 1, 1987
(#87001760)
1025 & 1037 S. Eleventh St.
43°01′13″N 87°55′32″W / 43.020278°N 87.925556°W / 43.020278; -87.925556 (Salem Evangelical Church)
163 Joseph Schlitz Brewing Company Saloon
Joseph Schlitz Brewing Company Saloon
April 11, 1977
(#77000040)
2414 S. St. Clair St.
43°00′01″N 87°53′35″W / 43.000278°N 87.893056°W / 43.000278; -87.893056 (Joseph Schlitz Brewing Company Saloon)
164 Joseph Schlitz Company Brewery Complex
Joseph Schlitz Company Brewery Complex
December 30, 1999
(#99001632)
219 W. Galena St.
43°03′03″N 87°54′46″W / 43.050833°N 87.912778°W / 43.050833; -87.912778 (Joseph Schlitz Company Brewery Complex)
165 Victor Schlitz House
Victor Schlitz House
January 16, 1986
(#86000145)
2004 W. Highland Ave.
43°02′41″N 87°56′16″W / 43.044722°N 87.937778°W / 43.044722; -87.937778 (Victor Schlitz House)
Designed by Charles Gombert 1890; part of the West Side Area MRA
166 Schoonmaker Reef
Schoonmaker Reef
September 25, 1997
(#97001266)
North of West St., between N. 66th St. and N. 64th St. extended
43°02′50″N 87°59′37″W / 43.047222°N 87.993611°W / 43.047222; -87.993611 (Schoonmaker Reef)
1862 discovery of fossilized reef, among the first in the world identified as such
167 George Schuster House and Carriage Shed
George Schuster House and Carriage Shed
January 16, 1986
(#86000137)
3209 W. Wells St.
43°02′25″N 87°57′16″W / 43.040278°N 87.954444°W / 43.040278; -87.954444 (George Schuster House and Carriage Shed)
1891 bright red eclectic-style home and carriage barn; part of the West Side Area MRA
168 Second Church of Christ Scientist
Second Church of Christ Scientist
January 16, 1986
(#86000139)
2722 W. Highland Blvd.
43°02′43″N 87°56′54″W / 43.045278°N 87.948333°W / 43.045278; -87.948333 (Second Church of Christ Scientist)
Christian Science church inspired by the Pantheon in Rome, designed by Carl Barkhausen and built in 1913.
169 Shorecrest Hotel
Shorecrest Hotel
September 7, 1984
(#84003737)
1962 N. Prospect Ave.
43°03′20″N 87°53′15″W / 43.05545°N 87.887444°W / 43.05545; -87.887444 (Shorecrest Hotel)
170 Fred Sivyer House
Fred Sivyer House
January 16, 1986
(#86000141)
761 N. 25th St.
43°02′24″N 87°56′42″W / 43.04°N 87.945°W / 43.04; -87.945 (Fred Sivyer House)
part of the West Side Area MRA
171 Sixth Church of Christ, Scientist
Sixth Church of Christ, Scientist
March 27, 1980
(#80000168)
1036 N. Van Buren St.
43°02′42″N 87°54′17″W / 43.045°N 87.904722°W / 43.045; -87.904722 (Sixth Church of Christ, Scientist)
172 Lloyd R. Smith House
Lloyd R. Smith House
December 30, 1974
(#74000107)
2220 N. Terrace Ave.
43°03′28″N 87°52′51″W / 43.057778°N 87.880833°W / 43.057778; -87.880833 (Lloyd R. Smith House)
1924 Italian villa-style home overlooking Lake Michigan
173 Soldiers' Home Reef
Soldiers' Home Reef
November 4, 1993
(#93001617)
Northeast of the junction of Wood Ave. and General Mitchell Blvd., Clement J. Zablocki Veterans Affairs Medical Center grounds
43°01′40″N 87°58′29″W / 43.027778°N 87.974722°W / 43.027778; -87.974722 (Soldiers' Home Reef)
1862 discovery of fossilized reef, among the first in the world identified as such
174 South Branch Library
South Branch Library
February 11, 1988
(#88000084)
931 W. Madison St.
43°01′04″N 87°55′25″W / 43.017778°N 87.923611°W / 43.017778; -87.923611 (South Branch Library)
175 South First and Second Street Historic District
South First and Second Street Historic District
November 30, 1987
(#87002092)
Roughly bounded by Menomonee River, Chicago & N. Western RR, Seeboth, S. First, Oregon, & S. Second Sts.
43°01′49″N 87°54′43″W / 43.030278°N 87.911944°W / 43.030278; -87.911944 (South First and Second Street Historic District)
176 South Layton Boulevard Historic District
South Layton Boulevard Historic District
April 24, 1996
(#96000412)
921-2264 S. Layton Blvd.
43°00′48″N 87°56′54″W / 43.013333°N 87.948333°W / 43.013333; -87.948333 (South Layton Boulevard Historic District)
177 Spencerian Business College
Spencerian Business College
March 14, 2008
(#07001331)
2800 W Wright St.
43°03′52″N 87°56′56″W / 43.064444°N 87.948889°W / 43.064444; -87.948889 (Spencerian Business College)
Distinguished business training institution, founded 1863
178 Spring Grove Site September 10, 1979
(#79000097)
Address Restricted
179 Square D Company-Industrial Controller Division October 22, 2014
(#14000878)
710 S. 3rd St.
43°01′26″N 87°54′50″W / 43.0239°N 87.9139°W / 43.0239; -87.9139 (Square D Company-Industrial Controller Division)
180 State Bank of Wisconsin
State Bank of Wisconsin
March 8, 1984
(#84003742)
210 E. Michigan St.
43°02′15″N 87°54′30″W / 43.0375°N 87.908333°W / 43.0375; -87.908333 (State Bank of Wisconsin)
181 William Steinmeyer House
William Steinmeyer House
October 11, 1984
(#84000102)
1716-1722 N. 5th St.
43°03′11″N 87°55′01″W / 43.053056°N 87.916944°W / 43.053056; -87.916944 (William Steinmeyer House)
part of the Brewers' Hill MRA
182 Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church
Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church
May 8, 1979
(#79000099)
1046 N. 9th St.
43°02′39″N 87°55′21″W / 43.044167°N 87.9225°W / 43.044167; -87.9225 (Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church)
1878 German Romanesque/Gothic Revival-style church designed by Frederick Velguth
183 Tripoli Temple
Tripoli Temple
January 16, 1986
(#86000142)
3000 W. Wisconsin Ave.
43°02′21″N 87°57′05″W / 43.039167°N 87.951389°W / 43.039167; -87.951389 (Tripoli Temple)
Moorish Revival Shrine Center, loosely based on the Taj Mahal, Ferry and Clas, 1928; part of the West Side Area MRA
184 Turner Hall
Turner Hall
November 7, 1977
(#77000041)
1034 N. 4th St.
43°02′37″N 87°54′56″W / 43.043611°N 87.915556°W / 43.043611; -87.915556 (Turner Hall)
Henry C. Koch-designed 1882 meeting place of German-American social, political and gymnastic organization, The Turners
185 Harry B. Walker House
Harry B. Walker House
January 16, 1986
(#86000144)
3130 W. Wells St.
43°02′26″N 87°57′14″W / 43.040556°N 87.953889°W / 43.040556; -87.953889 (Harry B. Walker House)
part of the West Side Area MRA
186 Walker's Point Historic District
Walker's Point Historic District
December 19, 1978
(#78000120)
Roughly bounded by the Freeway, Scott, 2nd, and W. Virginia Street
43°01′27″N 87°55′00″W / 43.024167°N 87.916667°W / 43.024167; -87.916667 (Walker's Point Historic District)
187 Ward Memorial Hall
Ward Memorial Hall
September 6, 1984
(#84003748)
5000 W. National Ave.
43°01′32″N 87°58′35″W / 43.025556°N 87.976389°W / 43.025556; -87.976389 (Ward Memorial Hall)
One of the oldest theaters in Wisconsin, opened 1882
188 West Mitchell Street Commercial Historic District November 9, 2018
(#100003103)
Generally bounded by W Forest Home Ave., S 13th, W Historic Mitchell & S 5th Sts.
43°00′44″N 87°55′31″W / 43.0123°N 87.9254°W / 43.0123; -87.9254 (West Mitchell Street Commercial Historic District)
189 West Side Commercial Historic District
West Side Commercial Historic District
December 22, 2000
(#78003462)
Roughly, W. Wisconsin Ave., N. Third St., N. Plankinton Ave, and N. 2nd St.
43°02′18″N 87°54′49″W / 43.038333°N 87.913611°W / 43.038333; -87.913611 (West Side Commercial Historic District)
190 West St. Paul Avenue Industrial Historic District March 12, 2018
(#100002198)
Generally bounded by the N & S sides of & 1101-2045 W. St. Paul Ave. including 272 to 405 N 12th & 324-422 N 15th Sts.
43°02′05″N 87°55′52″W / 43.034747°N 87.931241°W / 43.034747; -87.931241 (West St. Paul Avenue Industrial Historic District)
191 West Washington-North Hi-Mount Boulevards Historic District
West Washington-North Hi-Mount Boulevards Historic District
May 18, 1994
(#94000422)
4701-5929 W. Washington Blvd.; 1720-2049 N. Hi-Mount Blvd.
43°03′12″N 87°58′49″W / 43.053333°N 87.980278°W / 43.053333; -87.980278 (West Washington-North Hi-Mount Boulevards Historic District)
192 Wisconsin Consistory Building
Wisconsin Consistory Building
September 26, 1994
(#94001158)
790 N. Van Buren St.
43°02′29″N 87°54′08″W / 43.041389°N 87.902222°W / 43.041389; -87.902222 (Wisconsin Consistory Building)
193 Wisconsin Leather Company Building
Wisconsin Leather Company Building
March 30, 2005
(#05000250)
320 E. Clybourn St.
43°02′18″N 87°54′24″W / 43.038333°N 87.906667°W / 43.038333; -87.906667 (Wisconsin Leather Company Building)
1874, E. Townsend Mix
194 Woman's Club of Wisconsin
Woman's Club of Wisconsin
October 4, 1982
(#82001847)
813 E. Kilbourn Ave.
43°02′33″N 87°54′05″W / 43.0425°N 87.901389°W / 43.0425; -87.901389 (Woman's Club of Wisconsin)
The oldest woman's clubhouse in the United States, 1887, designed by architects Ferry & Clas

Former listing[edit]

[2] Name on the Register Image Date listedDate removed Location City or town Summary
1 Old Coast Guard Station
Old Coast Guard Station
August 7, 1989
(#89001047)
July 1, 2009 1600 North Lincoln Memorial Drive
43°03′04″N 87°53′15″W / 43.0511°N 87.8875°W / 43.0511; -87.8875 (Old Coast Guard Station)
Milwaukee

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  2. ^ a b Numbers represent an ordering by significant words. Various colorings, defined here, differentiate National Historic Landmarks and historic districts from other NRHP buildings, structures, sites or objects.
  3. ^ The eight-digit number below each date is the number assigned to each location in the National Register Information System database, which can be viewed by clicking the number.
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  33. ^ "A. Brandt Flats". Wisconsin Historical Society. Retrieved 2019-08-04.
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  38. ^ "Century Building". Wisconsin Historical Society. Retrieved 2018-11-10.
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  41. ^ "Commerce Street Power Plant". Wisconsin Historical Society. Retrieved 2019-08-12.
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  43. ^ "Faries-Rood-Yale House". Wisconsin Historical Society. Retrieved 2019-08-13.
  44. ^ "Col. Theodore Yates House". Wisconsin Historical Society. Retrieved 2019-08-13.
  45. ^ "Bernard Joseph Eiring House". Wisconsin Historical Society. Retrieved 2019-08-13.
  46. ^ "Abram Bancker House". Wisconsin Historical Society. Retrieved 2019-08-13.
  47. ^ "Irving H. Reynolds House". Wisconsin Historical Society. Retrieved 2019-08-13.
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  55. ^ "East Brady Street Historic District". Wisconsin Historical Society. Retrieved 2019-09-11.
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  57. ^ "Pittsburgh Plate Glass-Dry Color Factory". Wisconsin Historical Society. Retrieved 2019-09-07.
  58. ^ "Pittsburgh Plate Glass-Mixmax Lacquer Plant". Wisconsin Historical Society. Retrieved 2019-09-07.
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  60. ^ "Building #20". Wisconsin Historical Society. Retrieved 2019-09-07.
  61. ^ "William A. Webber House". Wisconsin Historical Society. Retrieved 2019-09-11.
  62. ^ "Excelsior Building / Martin's Block". Wisconsin Historical Society. Retrieved 2019-09-11.
  63. ^ "Mitchell Building". Wisconsin Historical Society. Retrieved 2019-09-11.
  64. ^ "Mackie building (Chamber of Commerce Building)". Wisconsin Historical Society. Retrieved 2019-09-11.
  65. ^ "Milwaukee Club". Wisconsin Historical Society. Retrieved 2019-09-11.
  66. ^ "Pfister Hotel". Wisconsin Historical Society. Retrieved 2019-09-11.
  67. ^ "Wells Building / Eureka Investment Co". Wisconsin Historical Society. Retrieved 2019-09-11.
  68. ^ "George Watts and Sons Building". Wisconsin Historical Society. Retrieved 2019-09-11.
  69. ^ "Wisconsin Telephone Co". Wisconsin Historical Society. Retrieved 2019-09-11.
  70. ^ "John W. Mariner Building". Wisconsin Historical Society. Retrieved 2019-09-11.
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