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Not saved - The Pabst Building dominated the Milwaukee skyline from the time of its completion in 1893 until its demolition in 1981.

Not saved - The Pabst Building dominated the Milwaukee skyline from the time of its completion in 1893 until its demolition in 1981.

J.C. Iverson & Co. About 1879  Located on Water St. south of Mason St. the company sold classic stereoviews of Milwaukee by H. H. Bennett.

J.C. Iverson & Co. About 1879 Located on Water St. south of Mason St. the company sold classic stereoviews of Milwaukee by H. H. Bennett.

The Milwaukee Department of Public Works estimates it will cost $30 million to $40 million to reinforce the foundation beneath the northeast and northwest corners of City Hall. The northeast corner has settled up to 2 inches since 1986.

With exterior done, millions now needed for sinking City Hall

The Milwaukee Department of Public Works estimates it will cost $30 million to $40 million to reinforce the foundation beneath the northeast and northwest corners of City Hall. The northeast corner has settled up to 2 inches since 1986.

The Milwaukee City Hall is in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, U.S. It was finished in 1895, at which time it was the tallest habitable building in the United States. The city hall's bell tower, at 353 feet (108 m), also made it the second tallest structure in the nation, behind the Washington Monument. The Hall was Milwaukee's tallest building until completion of the First Wisconsin Center in 1973.

The Milwaukee City Hall is in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, U.S. It was finished in 1895, at which time it was the tallest habitable building in the United States. The city hall's bell tower, at 353 feet (108 m), also made it the second tallest structure in the nation, behind the Washington Monument. The Hall was Milwaukee's tallest building until completion of the First Wisconsin Center in 1973.

Looking north from Michigan Street bridge, 1978. Ray Szopieray photo via FB

Looking north from Michigan Street bridge, 1978. Ray Szopieray photo via FB

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Federal Building in Milwaukee. Dad's office. A great place to roller skate - large marble floor on first floor.

Federal Building in Milwaukee. Dad's office. A great place to roller skate - large marble floor on first floor.

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