Personnel File

Henry C. Koch

Milwaukee architect (March 20, 1841 – May 19, 1910). Born in Hannover, Germany.

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Eyes on Milwaukee: Historic Turner Hall Gets New Signs
Eyes on Milwaukee

Historic Turner Hall Gets New Signs

Milwaukee landmark now sporting three new signs with historic appeal.

Op Ed: Too Much Historic Preservation?
Op Ed

Too Much Historic Preservation?

City now has 180 designated sites. Often this has nothing to do with preservation.

Eyes on Milwaukee: Inside the Historic Soldiers Home Theater
Eyes on Milwaukee

Inside the Historic Soldiers Home Theater

See three buildings, from 1860s and 1880s, VA hopes to have redeveloped.

Eastcastle Place Offers Distinctive Apartment: The Doulton
Press Release

Eastcastle Place Offers Distinctive Apartment: The Doulton

The Doulton is a spacious one-bedroom, one-bathroom apartment home with a den, and features original woodwork, built-in leaded glass bookcases, and decorative fireplace.

City People: Harold Lewis, the Pfister Ambassador
City People

Harold Lewis, the Pfister Ambassador

He's met countless celebrities, and now has become a little famous himself.

Friday Photos: Bronzeville Rising
Friday Photos

Bronzeville Rising

New apartment complex, new Black Holocaust Museum.

Bar Exam: Little Whiskey Bar Has Lots of It
Bar Exam

Little Whiskey Bar Has Lots of It

Whiskey, that is. Venerable South Side bar is attached to 1870 mansion.

Yesterday’s Milwaukee: Pfister Hotel, About 1910
Yesterday’s Milwaukee

Pfister Hotel, About 1910

Pfister and Milwaukee Club buildings still survive. Both have famous designers.

Best of Doors Open: Inside the Wells Building
Best of Doors Open

Inside the Wells Building

Step inside the 15-story high-rise, which was the largest terra cotta building in the world when built in 1901.

Milwaukee VAMC Commences Repairs on Historic “Soldiers Home” Building
Press Release

Milwaukee VAMC Commences Repairs on Historic “Soldiers Home” Building

Today, the grand structure continues to dominate the landscape, but is in dire need of repair.