Jan 23rd, 2020 by Carl Baehr
There’s still a city street that honors him. Or is it named after a Town of Granville settler?
Dec 27th, 2019 by Carl Baehr
1920s program purged most, but streets with multiple names popping up in recent decades.
Oct 23rd, 2019 by Carl Baehr
One in Riverwest, one on South Side, each named in 1850s after different people.
Sep 9th, 2019 by Carl Baehr
George Schlinger came from Prussia, had 14 children and some heartbreaking losses.
Aug 5th, 2019 by Carl Baehr
Scottish immigrant and early Milwaukeean James Murray figured into history of city.
Jul 19th, 2019 by Carl Baehr
Newberry Boulevard has style, charm and park in the middle.
Jun 24th, 2019 by Carl Baehr
Temporary homes for WWII Veterans are the only development ever to land on the west side of S. Bay Street.
May 3rd, 2019 by Carl Baehr
Avenue named after first State Veterinarian, but many wanted changed to Malcolm X.
Apr 18th, 2019 by Carl Baehr
Cyrus Hawley got rich on real estate and was an opponent of immigrant militia companies.
Apr 2nd, 2019 by Carl Baehr
Keefe Ave was named after wealthy businessman, later disgraced for embezzling.
Mar 13th, 2019 by Carl Baehr
It honors doctor, brickmaker, glass manufacturer, legislator and school commissioner Enoch Chase.
Feb 25th, 2019 by Carl Baehr
Manufacturer George Burnham helped make city famous for cream-colored bricks, named a south side street.