Frank P. Zeidler Mayoral Records, 1944-1962


Summary Information
Title: Frank P. Zeidler Mayoral Records
Inclusive Dates: 1944-1962

Creators:
  • Zeidler, Frank P., 1912-2006.
  • Milwaukee (Wis.). Office of the Mayor.
Call Number: City of Milwaukee Archival Collection 48

Quantity:
  • 80.5 cubic ft. (200 boxes)
  • 1 oversize folder

Repository:
Archival Location:
Milwaukee Public Library (Map)

Abstract:
Records of the Frank Zeidler Mayoral Administration. Zeidler was a Socialist mayor of Milwaukee from 1948-1960. The collection includes reports, correspondence, speeches, photographs, meeting minutes, and other materials on his work as mayor.

Language: English

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Biography/History

Frank Paul Zeidler was born September 12, 1912 in Milwaukee, the youngest son of Michael and Clara Zeidler. A 1929 graduate of West Division High School, he attended the University of Wisconsin, the University of Chicago, and Marquette University. He also took many courses through the University of Wisconsin-Extension. He received an honorary doctorate from the University of Wisconsin in 1958. Zeidler married Agnes Reinke on June 30, 1939. They had six children: Clara, Dorothy, Michael, Anita, Mary, and Jeannette.

Zeidler worked as a surveyor and topographical engineer from 1931 to 1943. He served from 1938 to 1940 as County Surveyor, an elected position. From 1943 to 1948 he was a surveyor for the Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul and Pacific Railroad.

Zeidler won election to the Milwaukee Board of School Directors in 1941, serving in that post until 1948. He ran unsuccessfully for state treasurer on the Progressive ticket in 1940 and, as a Socialist, for governor in 1942, mayor of Milwaukee in 1944, and Congress in 1946. Mayor John Bohn chose not to seek re-election in 1948 and Frank entered the primary. He won the primary and then defeated Henry Reuss in the general election. Serving three terms, Zeidler preferred not to face the rigors of another campaign and retired in 1960.

Important issues in Milwaukee during Zeidler's administration included urban expansion, urban renewal, blight elimination, public housing, and civil defense. The city expanded greatly through a vigorous annexation program until the Oak Creek Law of 1955 effectively blocked further expansion, which allowed the creation of fourth class cities in thinly populated areas. Public housing projects were built and slum clearance pursued. Milwaukee's civil defense plans were among the most innovative and elaborate in the country.

Mayor Zeidler's chief assistants were Folk Peterson and Stanley Budney. Raymond Sheehan, Arthur Saltzstein, Albert Davis, and Joseph Dries also worked in the Mayor's Office, while Catherine Burgette handled the business aspects of the office.

Mayor Zeidler was active in the American Municipal Association, the National Conference of Mayors, and the United Nations Association. He lectured throughout the United States and Canada on issues affecting the cities in general and Milwaukee in particular.

Zeidler pursued many interests after his retirement from office. He wrote extensively for the American Institute of Municipal Research, Education, and Training, Inc., a subsidiary of the American Municipal Association. He worked with the Ford Foundation reviewing grant applications in urban affairs. Zeidler was appointed Director of Resource Development for Wisconsin in 1963 by Governor John W. Reynolds, serving in that position for two years. Beginning in 1967, Zeidler was a labor arbitrator, or "umpire" as he preferred, in Milwaukee County and elsewhere in the state.

Zeidler joined the Socialist party in 1932 and continued his active membership for decades. He became secretary of the Milwaukee County Socialist Party in 1937 and continued to serve the Socialist Party in various state positions. The Socialist Party merged with the Progressives in 1935, forming the Progressive Party Federation. The Federation broke up in 1941 and the Socialist Party declined greatly during the period of the merger. Zeidler's campaign for governor in 1942 marked the Party's return to statewide races. The 11,000 votes he received were only about one fourth what the Socialist candidate had earned in 1934, the party's last race before the merger.

Zeidler's election as mayor in 1948 was as much in spite of as because of his Socialist membership. Although the Socialists had a reputation for good government in Milwaukee, post-World War II anti-communism linked Socialism with its Soviet cousin in the popular mind.

The Socialist Party dropped out of national electoral politics after Darlington Hoopes' presidential campaign in 1956. Large segments of the Party adopted a policy of "boring within" the Democratic Party, during the 1960s. The Debs caucus opposed this trend and, in 1973, at a meeting in Milwaukee's Turner Hall, attempted to revive the Party. National headquarters moved to Milwaukee following this meeting. Zeidler began to play a more central role in the Party at this time.

The Socialists returned to national political activity with Frank Zeidler's nomination for President in 1975. Faced with varied election laws, scant finances, and lack of press coverage curtailed his chances. Zeidler garnered about 8,000 votes and modest publicity. The Party headquarters was destroyed by fire in December 1975. Most of the records were lost and the remainder damaged, further hampering the effort. But Zeidler continued his political and educational roles. He spoke, wrote, and issued press releases on major current events until the time of his death in 2006.

City of Milwaukee Mayors
1846 Solomon Juneau
1847 H. N. Wells
1848 Byron Kilbourn
1849-1850 Don A. J. Upham
1851 George H. Walker
1852 Hans Crocker
1853 George H. Walker
1854 Byron Kilbourn
1855-1857 James B. Cross
1858-1859 William A. Prentiss
1859 Herman L. Page
1860 William Pitt Lynde
1861 James S. Brown
1862 Horace Chase
1863 Edward O’Neil
1864 Abner Kirby
1865-1866 John J. Tallmedge
1867-1870 Edward O’Neil
1870-1871 Joseph Phillips
1871-1872 Harrison Ludington
1872-1873 David G. Hooker
1873-1876 Harrison Ludington
1876-1878 A. A. R. Butler
1878-1880 John Black
1880-1882 Thomas H. Brown
1882-1884 John M. Stowell
1884-1888 Emil Wallber
1888-1890 Thomas H. Brown
1890 George W. Peck
1890-1893 P. J. Somers
1893 Henry Hase (Acting)
1893-1896 John C. Koch
1896-1898 William G. Rauschenberger
1898-1906 David S. Rose
1906-1908 Sherburn M. Becker
1908-1910 David S. Rose
1910-1912 Emil Seidel
1912-1916 Gerhard A. Bading
1916-1940 Daniel W. Hoan
1940-1942 Carl Zeidler
1942-1948 John L. Bohn
1948-1960 Frank Zeidler
1960-1988 Henry W. Maier
1988-2003 John Norquist
2004 Marvin Pratt (Acting)
2004- Tom Barrett
Scope and Content Note

Scope and content notes of each series are provided in the contents list.

Arrangement of the Materials

The collection is arranged into the following series:

  1. Mayor’s Correspondence Files, 1947-1960
  2. Project Files, 1944-1962
  3. Speeches, 1947-1960
  4. Appointments, Calendars, and Guest Books, 1948-1960
  5. Gifts, Artifacts, and Iconographic Material, 1948-1960

The material is usually in alphabetical order by subject or personal name, and then chronological within each folder.

Preferred Citation

Zeidler, Frank P., Mayoral Records, 1944-1962, Collection 48. City of Milwaukee Archival Collections, Milwaukee Public Library, Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

Related Material in the Milwaukee Public Library
Administrative/Restriction Information
Access Restrictions

There are no access restrictions on the materials. The collection is open to all in accordance with state law. The public may view City of Milwaukee Archival Collections by appointment in the Archives Reading Room of the Central Library. To request an appointment, please contact the Humanities and Archives Department at 414-286-3061.


Use Restrictions

The researcher assumes full responsibility for conforming with the laws of libel, privacy, and copyright which may be involved in the use of this collection (Wisconsin Statutes 19.21-19.39).


Acquisition Information

Milwaukee Public Library receives official materials from city departments via the Milwaukee City Records Center, pursuant to state statutes and city ordinances governing the permanent retention of city records.


Processing Information

Processed by Thomas M. Reilly, Project Archivist, 1983. Updated by Gayle Ecklund, Archives Technician, 2008 and 2013. In 2018, Bob Jaeger removed this collection from Local History Manuscripts Collection 352, put it in City Archives as CMAC 48, and also added materials from other former Local History Manuscripts Collections. In 2019, Bob Jaeger added the materials from the Mayor's Study Committee on Social Problems in the Inner Core Area of the City. In 2021, Sarah Finn added the photograph and honors index.


Contents List
Series: 1. Mayor's Correspondence Files, 1947-1960
Scope and Content Note: Frank Zeidler’s Correspondence Files are subject files arranged alphabetically and then chronologically within each folder. The folder headings are those that were used in the Mayor’s office. These files were originally two series: “Correspondence” and “Mayor’s File” presumably representing “inner” and “outer” office files, were found to be overlapping and extremely redundant and therefore were combined. The activities of the Mayor’s Office can be deduced from these files. Invitations, speeches, conferences, and communications with both citizens and other officials abound. State, national, and even international events are monitored. Intra-office notations attached to correspondence provide insight into the function of the office staff.
Box   1
Folder   1
American Association for the Advancement of Science (paper), 1952
Box   1
Folder   2-3
Administrative Secretary, 1956-1959
Box   1
Folder   4-5
Administrative Secretary, reports, 1957-1958
Box   2
Folder   1
Administrative Secretary, reports, 1959
Box   2
Folder   2
Administrative Survey, 1951-1954
Box   2
Folder   3-5
Advisory Council, 1948-1959
Box   2
Folder   6
Afflicted Taxpayers Committee, 1956-1959
Box   2
Folder   7
AFL-CIO (various publications), 1958
Box   2
Folder   8
Airports, 1948
Box   2
Folder   9
Alderman, 1948-1959
American Municipal Association
Box   3
Folder   1-4
Correspondence, 1948-1953
Box   4
Folder   1-5
Correspondence, 1954-1956
Box   5
Folder   1-3
Correspondence, 1957-1960
Box   5
Folder   4
Bulletins, 1949-1955
Box   5
Folder   5-7
National Office, 1950-1960
Box   6
Folder   1-5
American Municipal News, 1947-1960
Box   6
Folder   6-8
Focus, 1953-1957
Box   7
Folder   1-2
Focus, 1958-1959
Box   7
Folder   3
For the Mayor, 1950-1960
Box   7
Folder   4-6
National Legislative Bulletin, 1952-1959
Box   7
Folder   7
National Municipal Policy, 1951-1960
Box   7
Folder   8-9
Washington Newsletter, 1949-1950
Box   8
Folder   1-2
Washington Newsletter, 1951-1956
Box   8
Folder   3-5
Miscellaneous, 1949-1959
Box   9
Folder   1
American Political Science Panel, 1957
Box   9
Folder   2
American Public Works Association, Public Works Engineers Newsletter, 1951-1959
Box   9
Folder   3-4
American Society of Planning Officials, 1952-1959
Box   9
Folder   5-6
American Society for Public Administration, 1959
Box   9
Folder   7
Annon, William E., 1953-1959
Box   9
Folder   8
Annual Reports, 1949
Box   10
Folder   1-4
Annual Reports, 1950-1952
Box   11
Folder   1-4
Annual Reports, 1952-1956
Box   12
Folder   1
Appeals, Board of, 1949-1954
Box   12
Folder   2-3
Appointees, 1948-1960
Box   12
Folder   4
Armed Services, 1948-1957
Box   12
Folder   5
Art, 1950-1960
Box   12
Folder   6-8
Assessments, Board of, 1948-1959
Box   13
Folder   1
Association of Commerce Publications, 1948-1958
Box   13
Folder   2-5
Auditorium, 1948-1952
Box   14
Folder   1-7
Auditorium, 1953-1960
Box   14
Folder   8
Audits, 1957-1958
Box   15
Folder   1
Awards, 1952-1956
Box   15
Folder   2
Baseball, 1953-1958
Box   15
Folder   3
Blue Cross Plan, 1954-1959
Box   15
Folder   4
Blume Enterprises, 1955-1956
Box   15
Folder   5
Bond Financing, 1948-1953
Box   15
Folder   6
Bonds, 1956-1957
Box   15
Folder   7
Bond Reports, 1957
Box   15
Folder   8
Bridges and Buildings, Bureau of, 1953-1959
Box   15
Folder   9-10
Budget, 1948
Box   16
Folder   1-5
Budget, 1949-1953
Box   17
Folder   1-5
Budget, 1954-1958
Box   18
Folder   1-4
Budget, 1959-1960
Box   18
Folder   5-8
Budget Supervisor, 1950-1960
Box   19
Folder   1
Budney, Stanley, 1949-1960
Box   19
Folder   2
Building Code Committee, 1951-1959
Box   19
Folder   3-6
Building Inspector, 1948-1960
Bulletins
Box   20
Folder   1-7
Miscellaneous, 1948-1960
Box   20
Folder   8
Labor Market Letter, 1950-1956
Box   20
Folder   9
Mass Transportation, 1948-1951
Box   20
Folder   10
The Milwaukee Turner, 1949-May 1955
Box   21
Folder   1
The Milwaukee Turner, June 1955-1959
Box   21
Folder   2
Municipal Finance Newsletter, 1955-1958
Box   21
Folder   3
National City Bank Newsletter, 1954-1959
Box   21
Folder   4-6
National Institute of Governmental Purchasing, 1949-1958
Box   21
Folder   7
Public Administration Clearinghouse News Bulletin, 1952-1954
Box   22
Folder   1-2
Public Administration Clearinghouse News Bulletin, 1953
Box   22
Folder   3-4
U.S. Municipal News, 1948-1960
Box   22
Folder   5
The Weekly Bulletin (Milwaukee Public Schools), 1952-1958
Campaign
Box   23
Folder   1
Miscellaneous, 1948
Box   23
Folder   2
Congratulation Letters, 1948
Box   23
Folder   3
Political Mayoralty Election, 1952
Box   23
Folder   4
Thank Yous, 1952-1956
Box   23
Folder   5
Talks Delivered, 1952
Box   23
Folder   6
General Material, 1952
Box   23
Folder   7
Press Releases, 1952
Box   23
Folder   8
Public Enterprises Committee Platform, 1952
Box   23
Folder   9
Endorsements, 1956
Box   23
Folder   10
Speeches, 1956
Box   23
Folder   11
Complaints and Race Issue, 1956
Box   23
Folder   12
Material Used in Campaign, 1956
Box   23
Folder   13
Knapinski’s Platform, 1956
Box   23
Folder   14
McGuire’s Fund, 1956
Box   24
Folder   1
General, 1956
Box   24
Folder   2
Opposition Material, 1956
Box   24
Folder   3
Results Analysis, 1956
Box   24
Folder   4-5
Canadian Federation of Mayors and Municipalities, 1949-1957
Box   24
Folder   6
Chicago Railroad Fair, 1950
Box   24
Folder   7
Christmas Eve Tavern Closing, 1948
Box   24
Folder   8-11
Citizen’s Governmental Research Bureau, 1950-1960
Box   25
Folder   1
Citizen’s Governmental Research Bureau, 1953-1960
Box   25
Folder   2-7
City Attorney, 1948-1960
Box   26
Folder   1
City Clerk, 1953-1959
Box   26
Folder   2-7
City Comptroller, 1948-1953
Box   27
Folder   1-7
City Comptroller, 1954-1960
Box   27
Folder   8
City Engineer, 1948-1960
Box   28
Folder   1
City Forester, 1949-1958
Box   28
Folder   2-4
City Hall Tower Sign, 1948-1960
Box   28
Folder   5
City Purchasing Agent, sale of City’s last draft horse, 1957-1958
Box   28
Folder   6
City Real Estate, 1948-1960
Box   28
Folder   7-9
City Service Commission, 1948-1953
Box   29
Folder   1-5
City Service Commission, 1954-1958
Box   30
Folder   1
City Service Commission, 1959-1960
Box   30
Folder   2-3
City Service Commission, minutes, 1954-1958
Box   30
Folder   4
City Service Commission (personnel reports – Mayor’s office), 1948-1960
Box   30
Folder   5
City Treasurer, 1948-1959
Box   30
Folder   6
Civic Progress Commission, 1950-1960
Box   30
Folder   7
Civic Salute to the Mayor, 1960
Box   30
Folder   8
Civil Defense, 1950-1956
Box   30
Folder   9
Civil Defense Research Associates, 1958-1959
Box   30
Folder   10
Civil Disaster Relief Committee Minutes, 1949
Box   31
Folder   1
Claims for Damages, 1948-1959
Box   31
Folder   2
Commendations, 1950-1959
Box   31
Folder   3
Committee for Non-Military Defense Planning, preliminary report, 1954
Common Council
Box   31
Folder   5-15
Correspondence, 1948-1958
Box   32
Folder   1-2
Correspondence, 1959-1960
Box   32
Folder   3-4
Committee Agendas, 1948-1949
Box   32
Folder   5
Publications, 1956
Box   32
Folder   6
Committees, 1957
Box   32
Folder   7
Veto Messages, 1958
Box   32
Folder   8
Reports, 1960
Box   32
Folder   9
Community Development, 1954-1960
Box   32
Folder   10
Community Welfare Council, 1950-1955
Box   33
Folder   1
Community Welfare Council, 1957-1959
Box   33
Folder   2-6
Complaints, 1948-June 1951
Box   34
Folder   1-6
Complaints, July 1951-June 1954
Box   35
Folder   1-5
Complaints, July 1954-1958
Box   36
Folder   1
Complaints, 1959-1960
Box   36
Folder   2
Conference of Mayors, 1949
Box   36
Folder   3-4
Confidential, 1950-1959
Box   36
Folder   5
Congratulations, 1948-1960
Box   36
Folder   6
Consultants, 1948-1958
Box   36
Folder   7
Consumer’s Cooperative, 1949-1950
Box   36
Folder   8-9
Conventions, 1948-1958
Box   37
Folder   1-3
Correspondence, 1948-1959
Box   37
Folder   4-6
Cost of Living Committee, 1948-1949
Box   38
Folder   1-3
Cost of Living Committee, 1951-1952
Box   39
Folder   1
Cost of Living Committee, minutes, 1948
Box   39
Folder   2-7
County of Milwaukee, 1948-1959
Box   39
Folder   8
Crime Prevention Committee, 1948-1949
Box   40
Folder   1-4
Debt Commission, 1948-1960
Box   40
Folder   5
Delegations, visiting, 1950
Box   40
Folder   6-10
Delegations, 1949-1960
Box   41
Folder   1-5
Department Heads, 1948-1960
Box   41
Folder   6
Departmental Accomplishments, 1948-1956
Box   41
Folder   7-10
Directories and Lists, 1948-1957
Box   41
Folder   11
District Attorney, 1948-1950
Box   41
Folder   12
Donations, 1948-1949
Box   42
Folder   1-8
Department Heads Meetings, 1948-1958
Box   43
Folder   1-2
Donations, 1950-1952
Box   43
Folder   3-4
Downtown Association, 1948-1959
Box   43
Folder   5-6
Dries, Joseph, 1958-1960
Box   43
Folder   7-9
Drives, 1952-1960
Box   44
Folder   1
Dutch Elm Disease, 1957
Box   44
Folder   2
Easter Sunrise Service Committee, 1948-1952
Box   44
Folder   3-4
Education, 1948-1960
Box   44
Folder   5
Educational TV (Bulletin), 1953-1954
Box   44
Folder   6-9
Election Commission, 1948-1959
Box   45
Folder   1
Electrical Licensing and Examining Board, 1949-1960
Box   45
Folder   2
Electrical Service, 1948-1955
Box   45
Folder   3
Emergency, 1948-1954
Box   45
Folder   4-8
Employee’s Accident Prevention Committee, 1948-1960
Box   45
Folder   9
Employee Retirement, 1948-1960
Box   46
Folder   1-3
Endorsements (Special Events), 1949-1954
Box   46
Folder   4
Engineers, Bureau of, 1956-1960
Box   46
Folder   5-7
Estimates, Board of, 1948-1960
Box   46
Folder   8
Estimates, Board of, minutes, 1948-1949
Box   47
Folder   1-8
Estimates, Board of, minutes, 1950-1960
Box   47
Folder   9
Examining Committee for Firemen and Engineers, 1948-1960
Box   47
Folder   10
Expressway Commission, 1958
Box   48
Folder   1
Farrell, James T., 1948-1960
Box   48
Folder   2-5
Favors, 1948-1960
Box   48
Folder   6
Federal Government, 1950-1958
Box   48
Folder   7
Financial Bulletins, 1948-1956
Box   48
Folder   8-10
Fire Department, 1948-1956
Box   49
Folder   1
Fire Department, 1957-1960
Box   49
Folder   2
Fire Department, organizational outline, 1951
Box   49
Folder   3
Fire Fighters Association, 1948
Box   49
Folder   4-10
Fire and Police Commission, 1948-1960
Box   50
Folder   1
Fireman’s Annuity, 1948-1959
Box   50
Folder   2
Football Promotion, 1957
Box   50
Folder   3
Foreign Correspondence, 1952-1960
Box   50
Folder   4
Foreign Delegations, 1949
Box   50
Folder   5
Foreign Policy, 1952
Box   50
Folder   6-8
Foreign Visitors, 1957-1959
Box   50
Folder   9
Forestry, Bureau of (see also Dutch Elm Disease), 1949-1957
Box   51
Folder   1
Fourth of July Commission Programs, 1948-1959
Box   51
Folder   2
Garbage, 1958-1959
Box   51
Folder   3
Global World Series, 1955-1958
Box   51
Folder   4
Government Service League, 1958
Box   51
Folder   5
Governors, 1955-1960
Box   51
Folder   6
Greater Milwaukee Committee, 1951-1959
Box   51
Folder   7
Great Lakes Development Council, 1959
Box   51
Folder   8
Greetings (samples), 1948-1960
Box   52
Folder   1
Harbor Commission Membership, 1948
Box   52
Folder   2-7
Harbor Commission, 1948-1960
Box   53
Folder   1-3
Harbor Commission, minutes, 1948-1959
Box   53
Folder   4
Harbor Commission, reports, 1948-1959
Box   53
Folder   5
National Guard Armory Site, 1959
Box   53
Folder   6-7
Health Department, 1948-1951
Box   54
Folder   1-3
Health Department, 1952-1960
Box   54
Folder   4
Health Plan, 1953-1954
Box   54
Folder   5
Historical File, 1949-1960
Box   54
Folder   6
Holidays, 1950-1960
Box   54
Folder   7
Hospitals, 1948-1956
Box   55
Folder   1-5
Housing, 1948-1959
Box   56
Folder   1-4
Housing Authority, 1948-1959
Box   56
Folder   5-8
Housing, requests for, 1948-1951
Box   56
Folder   9
Hungarian Refugees, 1956-1957
Box   57
Folder   1
Inaugural Material, 1952
Box   57
Folder   2
Indecent Literature, 1956-1960
Box   57
Folder   3
Industrial Development Coordination, 1950-1960
Box   57
Folder   4
Inter-group Council, 1950-1959
Box   57
Folder   5-9
International, 1948-1960
Box   58
Folder   1
International, Embassy of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, 1958
Box   58
Folder   2
International Union of Cities, 1948-1959
Box   58
Folder   3-7
Investigations, 1955
Box   59
Folder   1-7
Investigations, 1955-1957
Box   60
Folder   1-9
Investigations, 1957-1958
Box   61
Folder   1-8
Investigations, 1959-1960
Box   199
Folder   13
Invitations, Martin Luther King, Jr. speaking at Grand Avenue Congregational Church, from the NAACP, 1957
Box   61
Folder   9
Invitations, miscellaneous samples, 1949-1960
Box   62
Folder   1
Junior Chamber of Commerce, 1948-1949
Box   62
Folder   2
Juvenile Delinquency, 1948-1959
Box   62
Folder   3
Labor, 1948-1960
Box   62
Folder   4
Labor Market News, 1953
Box   62
Folder   5
Labor Union Material, U.I.U., 1949
Box   62
Folder   6
Land Commissioner’s Planning, 1947-1949
Box   62
Folder   7-9
Land Commission, 1948-1960
Box   62
Folder   10
Land Commission, minutes, April-July 1948
Box   63
Folder   1-5
Land Commission, minutes, August 1948-1958
Box   63
Folder   6
League of Wisconsin Municipalities, 1948-1959
Box   63
Folder   7
League of Wisconsin Municipalities, bulletins, 1949
Box   64
Folder   1-3
League of Wisconsin Municipalities, bulletins, 1951-1959
Box   64
Folder   4
Library Board of Trustees, 1948-1960
Box   64
Folder   5
Library, municipal, 1948-1959
Box   64
Folder   6
Library, public, 1948-1960
Box   65
Folder   1
License, 1948-1959
Box   65
Folder   2
Lists of Names, 1948-1959
Box   65
Folder   3
Long Term Improvement Committee, 1948-1953
Box   65
Folder   4
MacArthur Reception (see also photographs), 1951
Box   65
Folder   5
Maitland Field, 1949-May 1956
Box   65
Folder   6
Marine and Air Disasters, 1954-1959
Box   65
Folder   7
Material for Magazine/Newspaper Articles, 1948-1952
Box   65
Folder   8
Mayflower II, 1957
Box   65
Folder   9
Mayor’s Awards, 1948-1960
Box   65
Folder   10
Mayor’s Memberships, 1948-1960
Box   65
Folder   11-12
Mayors of Other Cities, 1948-1954
Box   66
Folder   1-2
Mayors of Other Cities, 1955-1960
Box   66
Folder   3
Mayors Penciled Notes, 1948-1959
Box   66
Folder   4
Mayors Proposed Reorganization of Executive Power, 1955
Box   66
Folder   5
Mayor’s Testimonial Dinner, 1960
Box   66
Folder   6-7
Metropolitan Crime Prevention Commission, 1949-1955
Box   66
Folder   8-9
Metropolitan Youth Commission, 1949-1960
Box   67
Folder   1
Midsummer Festival, 1948-1949
Box   67
Folder   2-3
Milwaukee Commission on Human Rights, 1948-1960
Box   67
Folder   4
Milwaukee Foundation Committee, 1949-1955
Box   67
Folder   5
Milwaukee County Park Commission, 1949-1959
Box   67
Folder   6
Milwaukee County Property Owners Association, 1949-1960
Box   67
Folder   7
Milwaukee County Property Owners Association Newsletter, 1952-1959
Box   67
Folder   8
Milwaukee Journal, 1949-1959
Box   67
Folder   9
Milwaukee Sentinel, 1949-1955
Box   67
Folder   10
Motion Picture Commission, 1948-1955
Box   68
Folder   1-3
Motion Picture Commission, 1956-1960
Box   68
Folder   4
Municipal Christmas Tree Committee, 1949-1959
Box   68
Folder   5-6
Municipal Finance Newsletter, 1948-1956
Box   69
Folder   1-2
Municipal Finance Newsletter, 1949-1956
Box   69
Folder   3
Municipal Finance Officers Conference, 1950
Box   69
Folder   4-5
Museum Board of Trustees, 1948-1958
Box   69
Folder   6
Museum, Public (incomplete), 1949-1960
Box   69
Folder   7
Music, 1948-1954
Box   69
Folder   8
National Housing Policy Conference, St. Louis, 1951-1953
Box   69
Folder   9
National Planning Conference, American Society of Planning Officials, 1952
Box   70
Folder   1-2
National Planning Conference, 1955
Box   70
Folder   3
New Mayor (material held for the new mayor), 1960
Box   70
Folder   4
North Shore Commuters, 1960
Box   70
Folder   5
Parking Commission, 1949-1960
Box   70
Folder   6
Pension Board, 1948-1959
Box   70
Folder   7
Permits, 1950-1958
Personal
Box   70
Folder   8
General, 1948-1949
Box   71
Folder   1-7
General, 1950-1960
Box   72
Folder   1
Mayoral Campaign, decision not to run for re-election, 1959-1960
Box   72
Folder   2
Writings, Macbeth, 1959
Box   72
Folder   3
Peterson, Folke R., 1948-1959
Box   72
Folder   4
Petitions, 1949-1958
Police Department
Box   72
Folder   5-8
Correspondence, 1948-1954
Box   73
Folder   1-9
Correspondence, 1955-1960
Box   74
Folder   1
Major Crimes, 1953
Box   74
Folder   2-4
Fatal Accidents, 1950-1960
Box   74
Folder   5-6
Pedestrian Ordinance, Failure to Yield (weekly reports of violations), 1957-1960
Box   74
Folder   7
Polio, 1948-1957
Box   74
Folder   8-11
Political, 1948-1951
Box   75
Folder   1-9
Political, 1952-1960
Box   75
Folder   10
Political, McCarthy, Joseph, 1952-1954
Box   75
Folder   11
Political, SP-SDF (Socialist Party-Social Democratic Federation), 1959-1960
Box   76
Folder   1
Political, Secondary, 1957-1958
Box   76
Folder   2
(Poznan) Uprising, 1956
Box   76
Folder   3
President, 1957-1959
Box   76
Folder   4
Press Releases – Programs, 1954-1960
Box   76
Folder   5
Priorities, 1952-1953
Box   76
Folder   6
Proclamations, 1948-1958
Box   76
Folder   7-10
Publications, 1948-1957
Box   77
Folder   1-2
Publications, 1958-1960
Box   77
Folder   3
Public Enterprise Committee, 1948-1960
Box   77
Folder   4-7
Public Works, Department of, 1949-1956
Box   78
Folder   1-4
Public Works, Department of, 1957-1960
Box   78
Folder   5-7
Purchases, Central Board of, 1948-1954
Box   79
Folder   1-4
Purchases, Central Board of, 1955-1960
Box   79
Folder   5
Race Relations, 1954-1956
Box   79
Folder   6-7
Radio, 1948-1960
Box   79
Folder   8
Red Cross Housing Applications, 1949
Box   80
Folder   1-2
Red Cross Housing Applications, 1950-1958
Box   80
Folder   3
Redistricting, 1953-1954
Box   80
Folder   4-6
Requests, 1948-1959
Box   81
Folder   1-2
Requests for Information from Other Cities, 1949-1959
Box   81
Folder   3
Review, Board of, 1948-1957
Box   81
Folder   4-7
Safety Commission, 1948-1957
Box   82
Folder   1-2
Salaries, 1948-1960
Box   82
Folder   3
Saltzstein, Art, 1955-1957
Box   82
Folder   4-7
Schools, 1948-1954
Box   83
Folder   1-3
Schools, 1955-1960
Box   83
Folder   4
Seaway, 1955-1960
Box   83
Folder   5-6
Sewerage Commission, 1948-1955
Box   84
Folder   1
Sewerage Commission, 1957-1960
Box   84
Folder   2
Sewerage Investigation (Construction Practices), 1950-1951
Box   84
Folder   3
Sheehan, Ray, 1948-1957
Box   84
Folder   4-5
Ship Unloading Controversy, protest letters about clayboat incident during Kohler Company strike, 1955
Box   84
Folder   6
Soviet Propaganda, 1957-1958
Box   84
Folder   7
Special Privileges, 1940-1957
Box   84
Folder   8
Speeches and Statements by the Mayor, 1948
Box   85
Folder   1-7
Speeches and Statements by the Mayor, 1949-1960
Box   86
Folder   1
Standards and Appeals, Board of, 1952-1955
Box   86
Folder   2
State of Wisconsin, 1948-1959
Box   86
Folder   3
Strasser, Dr. Otto (Nazi alleged to be located in Milwaukee), 1955
Box   86
Folder   4
Street Sanitation, 1955-1960
Box   86
Folder   5-6
Suggestions, 1948-1960
Box   86
Folder   7-8
Tax Commissioner, 1948-1955
Box   87
Folder   1
Tax Commissioner, 1956-1959
Box   87
Folder   2
Thank-You Train, 1949
Box   87
Folder   3
Town of Lake, 1954-1960
Box   87
Folder   4
Traffic Control Council, 1948
Box   87
Folder   5-6
Traffic Engineer, 1952-1954
Box   88
Folder   1-2
Traffic Engineer, 1955-1960
Box   88
Folder   3
Traffic and Transportation Committee Reports, 1948-1949
Box   88
Folder   4
Tri-City Commission on Highways, 1957
Box   88
Folder   5
Turners, Milwaukee, 1955-1959
UNESCO (United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization)
Box   88
Folder   6-8
Correspondence, 1953-1959
Box   89
Folder   1-4
Reports, 1954-1959
Box   89
Folder   5-6
Newsletter, 1954-1960
Box   90
Folder   1
Summary of Minutes, 1953-1958
Box   90
Folder   2
Pamphlets, 1948-1959
Box   90
Folder   3-4
Pamphlets and Reports, 1949-1959
Box   90
Folder   5
Committee Meeting in Milwaukee, 1954
Box   91
Folder   1
Meeting, 1958
Box   91
Folder   2-3
Conference Reports, 1959
Box   91
Folder   4
United Nations Day, 1948-1951
Box   91
Folder   5-6
United Nations Servicemen Reception, 1951
Box   91
Folder   7
United Nations, 1952-1960
Box   92
Folder   1-5
U.S. Conference of Mayors, 1948-1960
Box   93
Folder   1
U.S. Conference of Mayors, New York Meeting, 1957
Box   93
Folder   2
U.S. Conference of Mayors Convention, 1959
Box   93
Folder   3
U.S.A. Confidential (a scandal sheet claiming Milwaukee was center of vice), 1952
Box   93
Folder   4
U.S. Defense Council, 1954
Box   93
Folder   5
U.S.O., 1949-1960
Box   93
Folder   6
U.S. Savings Bonds, 1948-1954
Box   93
Folder   7-8
U.S. Senators and Congressmen, 1948-1960
Box   94
Folder   1
Urban Renewal Coordinator, 1957-1959
Box   94
Folder   2
Veterans, 1948-1958
Box   94
Folder   3
War Memorial, 1948
Box   94
Folder   4-6
Water Department, 1948-1955
Box   95
Folder   1
Water Department, 1956-1959
Box   95
Folder   2-6
Water Department, reports and complaints, 1953-1959
Box   96
Folder   1
Weight and Measures, 1948-1959
Box   96
Folder   2
Weight and Measures, reports, 1948-1959
Box   96
Folder   3
Whitnall, Gordon, 1951-1957
Box   96
Folder   4
Youth Aid Bureau, 1948
Box   96
Folder   5
Zeidler, Carl, 1949-1960
Box   96
Folder   6
Zeidler, Clemens, 1954-1959
Box   96
Folder   7
Zeidler, Frank, biographical, 1949-1960
Series: 2. Project Files, 1944-1962
Scope and Content Note: The Project Files are under the other part of Frank Zeidler’s office files system. They were designed by Folke Peterson, Zeidler’s Administrative Assistant, to record the city’s progress on important issues. The main headings have been consolidated from twenty-six to eighteen, largely through grouping housing and highway projects. The main headings and sub-headings are arranged alphabetically, while the material is chronological in order. The Project Files contain a much higher proportion of informational material than do the Correspondence Files. Reports, charts, and minutes predominate while correspondence with citizens is minimal.
Blight
Box   97
Folder   1-6
Blight Elimination, 1948-October 1954
Box   98
Folder   1-5
Blight Elimination, November 1954-1960
Box   98
Folder   6
Baltimore Plan, 1953-1954
Box   98
Folder   7-8
Federal Aid, 1949-1953
Box   99
Folder   1-2
Federal Aid, 1954-1959
Box   99
Folder   3
Housing and Home Finance Agency News Releases, 1953-1954
Box   99
Folder   4-7
Legislation for Blight Elimination (Federal), 1950-1959
Box   99
Folder   8
Legislation for Blight Elimination (State), 1956-1959
Box   99
Folder   9
Neighborhood Conservation Council, 1952-1954
Box   99
Folder   10
Riverside Project (Reuss & Reindl), 1948
Box   100
Folder   1-6
Building Code, 1944-1959
Box   100
Folder   7
Charter Revision, 1948, 1956
Capital Improvements
Box   100
Folder   8-9
Capital Improvements, 1948-1953
Box   101
Folder   1-6
Capital Improvements, 1954-1959
Box   102
Folder   1
Capital Improvements, 1959-1961
Box   102
Folder   2-5
Annexation, 1948-1951
Box   102
Folder   6
Arena, 1948-1949
Box   102
Folder   7
Aviation, 1948-1958
Box   102
Folder   8
Bridges, 1949-1953
Box   103
Folder   1
Greenfield Avenue Bridge, 1948-1956
Box   103
Folder   2
Juneau Ave. and Lakefield Ave. Bridges, 1950-1955
Box   103
Folder   3
C and O Railroad Agreement, 1958-1959
Box   103
Folder   4-8
Chicago Water Division, 1950-1959
Box   104
Folder   1
Civic Center, 1948-1959
Box   104
Folder   2-4
Coordination with County and School Boards, 1949-1958
Box   104
Folder   5
Federal Aid, 1949-1958
Box   104
Folder   6-7
Financial Program, 1948-1951
Box   105
Folder   1-6
Financial Program, 1952-1955
Box   106
Folder   1-5
Financial Program, 1956-1959
Box   106
Folder   6
Food Terminal, 1948-1957
Box   106
Folder   7-8
Great Lakes/St. Lawrence Association, 1954-1957
Box   107
Folder   1-3
Great Lakes/St. Lawrence Association, 1958-1960
Box   107
Folder   4-7
Harbor Improvements, 1948-1956
Box   108
Folder   1-2
Harbor Improvements, 1957-1959
Box   108
Folder   3
Jones Island Crossover, 1951-1953
Box   108
Folder   4
Jones Island Old Dutch Oil Lease, 1952-1953
Box   108
Folder   5
Jones Island Oil Terminal, 1954
Box   108
Folder   6
Kinnickinnic River Widening, 1948-1955
Box   108
Folder   7
Lincoln Memorial Drive, extension, 1948-1957
Box   108
Folder   8
Naval Armory, 1952-1957
Box   108
Folder   9-11
New Library/Museum, 1948-1960
Box   109
Folder   1
Nike Installations, 1956-1958
Box   109
Folder   2
Nike Sites, 1954-1955
Box   109
Folder   3
Passenger and Auto Pier, 1955-1959
Box   109
Folder   4
Paving Programs, 1950-1960
Box   109
Folder   5
Playgrounds, 1955-1959
Box   109
Folder   6-7
Port Policy, 1955-1959
Box   109
Folder   8
Port Promotion, 1956-1958
Box   110
Folder   1
Port Promotion, 1959
Box   110
Folder   2
Proposed Railroad Beltline, 1951
Box   110
Folder   3
Public Works Projects, 1949-1957
Box   110
Folder   4
Seaway Tolls, 1957
Box   110
Folder   5
Stadium, 1948-1953
Box   110
Folder   6
State Office Building, 1948-1959
Box   110
Folder   7-8
St. Lawrence Seaway, 1948-1951
Box   111
Folder   1-8
St. Lawrence Seaway, 1952-1957
Box   112
Folder   1-2
St. Lawrence Seaway, 1958-1960
Box   112
Folder   3-4
Street Improvements, 1948-1959
Box   112
Folder   5
Street Improvements, 6th, Wisconsin, and Hawley, 1949-1959
Box   112
Folder   6
Union Station Relocation, 1949-1955
Box   112
Folder   7
War Memorial, 1948-1952
Box   113
Folder   1
War Memorial, 1953-1958
Box   113
Folder   2-4
Water Works Improvements, 1953-1959
Civil Defense
Box   113
Folder   5-7
Civil Defense, 1948-1952
Box   114
Folder   1-6
Civil Defense, 1953-1959
Box   114
Folder   7-9
Administration, 1954-1958
Box   115
Folder   1
Administration, 1959-1960
Box   115
Folder   2-6
Administration Correspondence, 1950-1954
Box   116
Folder   1-2
Administration Correspondence, 1955-1959
Box   116
Folder   3-4
American Municipal Association, 1957-1958
Box   116
Folder   5-6
American Municipal Association, survey, 1958-1959
Box   116
Folder   7-9
Bomb Shelters, 1950-1960
Box   116
Folder   10
Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, 1950-1951
Box   117-119
Folder  
Bulletins and Reports, miscellaneous titles, 1950-1962, undated
Box   120
Folder   1
Business Survey, 1958
Box   120
Folder   2
“Civil Defense at the Local Level,” D. E. Carleton, 1960
Box   120
Folder   3-5
Committee, 1948-1950
Box   120
Folder   6-8
Correspondence, 1950-1951
Box   121
Folder   1-7
Correspondence, 1952-1958
Box   122
Folder   1
Correspondence, 1959
Box   122
Folder   2
Directives for Mayor, 1950
Box   122
Folder   3
Director Selection, 1954
Box   122
Folder   4-7
Evacuation, 1954-1960
Box   122
Folder   8
Exercises, 1954
Box   123
Folder   1-4
Exercises, 1955-1959
Box   123
Folder   5-6
Federal, 1950-1954
Box   124
Folder   1-3
Federal, 1955-1959
Box   124
Folder   4
Federal Bulletins, 1951-1958
Box   124
Folder   5
Federal Civil Defense, Council Conferences, 1955-1956
Box   124
Folder   6-7
Federal Civil Defense, Daily News extracts, 1954-1958
Box   125
Folder   1
Holfield Hearing, 1956
Box   125
Folder   2
Industrial Defense, 1951-1958
Box   125
Folder   3
Industry, Civil Defense, 1956-1958
Box   125
Folder   4
Legislation, Federal, 1951-1959
Box   125
Folder   5
Legislation, State, 1954-1959
Box   125
Folder   6
Legislative Bills, 1951-1959
Box   125
Folder   7
Lyon Controversy, resignation of Civil Defense Director, 1954
Box   125
Folder   8
Maps, undated
Box   126
Folder   1
Mayor’s Conferences, 1953-1954
Box   126
Folder   2-5
Metropolitan Civil Defense, 1950-1959
Box   126
Folder   6-7
Milwaukee Civil Defense Administration, meeting minutes, 1948-1952
Box   127
Folder   1-4
Milwaukee Civil Defense Administration, meeting minutes, 1953-1959
Box   127
Folder   5-6
Milwaukee Civil Defense Administration, reports, 1949-1959
Box   127
Folder   7
“Milwaukee Civil Defense News Notes”, 1952-1960
Box   128
Folder   1-3
Milwaukee Metropolitan Civil Defense Commission Minutes, 1950-1960
Box   128
Folder   4
Milwaukee Metropolitan Target Area Survival Plan, undated
Box   128
Folder   5
Observer’s Report of Atomic Test at Nevada Proving Ground (see also badge in box 196), 1952
Box   128
Folder   6
Offers of Assistance, 1950-1956
Box   128
Folder   7
Plans and Studies, 1954-1959
Box   128
Folder   8
Plant Protection, 1951-1957
Box   128
Folder   9
Port Protection, 1959
Box   129
Folder   1-4
Publicity, 1950-1959
Box   129
Folder   5-6
Reference, 1948-1953
Box   130
Folder   1-4
Reference, 1954-1959
Box   130
Folder   5-6
State Civil Defense, 1951-1955
Box   131
Folder   1-2
State Civil Defense, 1956-1959
Box   131
Folder   3
Sutermeister Study, 1954-1955
Box   131
Folder   4
Technical Bulletin, 1953-1958
Box   131
Folder   5
Weapon Tests, 1952-1956
Box   131
Folder   6
Wisconsin Military District Bulletin, 1949-1951
Committees
Box   131
Folder   7
Attacks on Women, 1957
Box   131
Folder   8-9
Cost of Living, 1948-1949
Box   132
Folder   1-3
Cost of Living, 1950-1959
Box   132
Folder   4
Get Out the Vote, 1950-1957
Box   132
Folder   5
Great Books, 1949-1951
Box   132
Folder   6-8
Human Relations, 1948-June 1949
Box   133
Folder   1-7
Human Relations, July 1949-May 1954
Box   134
Folder   1-6
Human Relations, June 1954-1960
Box   135
Folder   1
Human Relations, “Action Index” and newsletter, 1950-1959
Box   135
Folder   2
Locomotive, 1955-1958
Mayor’s Study Committee on Social Problems in the Inner Core Area of the City
Box   199
Folder   1
Committee Appointments, 1959
Box   199
Folder   2
Committee on Constructive Outlet for Youth, 1959-1960
Box   199
Folder   3
Committee on Education and Vocational Skills and Their Improvement, 1959-1960
Box   199
Folder   4
Committee on Police-Community Relations, 1959-1960
Box   199
Folder   5
Committee on Problem Families, 1959-1960
Box   200
Folder   1
Correspondence, 1959-1960
Box   199
Folder   6
Fact Finding Committee, 1959
Box   135
Folder   3
Final Report, 1960
Box   199
Folder   7
Inner Core Area Study, 1959
Box   200
Folder   2
Letters of Complaint from the Public, 1959-1960
Oversize Folder   1
Maps, 1956, undated
Box   200
Folder   3
Miscellaneous Reports, 1960
Box   199
Folder   8
Steering Committee, 1959-1960
Box   199
Folder   9
Subcommittee on Availability of Community Facilities, 1959-1960
Box   199
Folder   10
Subcommittee on Housing Conditions and Availability, 1959-1960
Box   199
Folder   11
Subcommittee on Resources for Community Organization, 1959-1960
Box   199
Folder   12
Subcommittee on the Size, Physical Characteristics, and Population of the Area, 1959-1960
Box   135
Folder   4-5
Milk Marketing, 1950-1955
Box   135
Folder   6
Planning Committee, 1950-1951
Box   135
Folder   7
Puerto Ricans, 1953-1957
Box   136
Folder   1-3
Rent Control, 1949-1953
Box   136
Folder   4-7
Rent, 1948-1951
Box   137
Folder   1
Rent, 1952-1953
Box   137
Folder   2
Rent Survey, 1950-1951
Box   137
Folder   3
Staggered Hours, 1956-1957
County-Wide Government
Box   137
Folder   4
County-wide Government, 1948-1956
Box   137
Folder   5-8
Metro Government, 1951-1959
Box   138
Folder   1-3
Metro Study Committee, 1956-1959
Box   138
Folder   4
Metro Study Committee Minutes, 1958-1959
Box   138
Folder   5-7
Metro Study Committee Reports, I-III, 1958-1959
Box   139
Folder   1
Metro Study Committee Reports, IV, 1958
Box   139
Folder   2
Metro Water Utility, 1948-1958
Box   139
Folder   3
Sewerage Consolidation, 1949-1958
Box   139
Folder   4-7
Water Policy, 1949-1959
Box   140
Folder   1
Cultural Development, 1948-1959
Box   140
Folder   2-6
Educational TV, 1951-May 1953
Box   141
Folder   1-3
Educational TV, June 1953-1959
Box   141
Folder   4
Educational TV, Milwaukee’s Education Committee on Television, 1951-1952
Box   141
Folder   5
Educational TV, National Citizens Committee for Educational Television, news and bulletins, 1952-1954
Box   141
Folder   6
Milwaukee Symphony, 1949-1959
Box   141
Folder   7
Pops Concerts, 1956-1959
Box   142
Folder   1
Wisconsin Centennial, 1948
Expressways
Box   142
Folder   2-7
Expressways, 1948-1959
Box   143
Folder   1
De Leuw Cather & Co., 1948-1949
Box   143
Folder   2
Engineering Consultant Data, 1948-1950
Box   143
Folder   3
Expressway Transfer to County, 1954
Box   143
Folder   4
Financing County, City Suburbs, 1953-1955
Box   143
Folder   5-7
State/Federal Aid-Urban, 1948-1957
Health and Safety
Box   144
Folder   1-5
Health and Safety, 1948-1956
Box   145
Folder   1-2
Health and Safety, 1957-1960
Box   145
Folder   3
Air Pollution, 1949-1959
Box   145
Folder   4
Alcohol Survey, 1957-1960
Box   145
Folder   5
Emergency Hospitals, 1956-1958
Box   145
Folder   6-7
Fluoridation, 1949-1953
Box   146
Folder   1-3
Fluoridation, 1953-1958
Box   146
Folder   4
Fluoridation Reference, 1948-1954
Box   146
Folder   5
Gun Control, 1959-1960
Box   146
Folder   6
Hospitals, 1957-1959
Box   147
Folder   1
Lincoln Creek Fire, 1951
Box   147
Folder   2
Salk Polio Vaccine, 1955-1958
Box   147
Folder   3-5
Traffic Safety, 1956-1960
Housekeeping
Box   147
Folder   6-8
Housekeeping, 1948-1950
Box   148
Folder   1-4
Housekeeping, 1953-1959
Box   148
Folder   5
Accounting Survey, 1957-1959
Box   148
Folder   6-7
Administrative Survey, 1949-1950
Box   149
Folder   1-6
Administrative Survey, 1950-1953
Box   150
Folder   1-2
Administrative Survey, 1954-1955
Box   150
Folder   3-5
Garbage, 1949-1958
Box   150
Folder   6
John Doe Investigation of M.P.D., 1948-1949
Box   151
Folder   1
Organization and Methods Commission, 1956-1959
Box   151
Folder   2
Paving, 1950-1953
Box   151
Folder   3
Police Athletic League (PAL), 1950-1953
Box   151
Folder   4
Proposed Department of Expressways, 1952-1953
Box   151
Folder   5-8
Public Relations, 1948-1959
Box   152
Folder   1
Retirement Benefits, 1954-1959
Box   152
Folder   2
Salary, 1950-1956
Box   152
Folder   3
Sick Leave, 1949-1959
Box   152
Folder   4
Snow Removal, 1951-1959
Box   152
Folder   5
Suggestion Box, 1948-1958
Box   152
Folder   6
Tavern Investigation, 1957
Housing
Box   153
Folder   1-6
Housing, 1945-1955
Box   154
Folder   1-3
Housing, 1956-1960
Box   154
Folder   4
American Legion Development Co., 1948-1952
Box   154
Folder   5
Berryland, 1948
Box   154
Folder   6
Cooperative Housing, 1948-1951
Box   154
Folder   7
Defense Housing, 1952-1953
Box   154
Folder   8
Federal Housing Legislation, 1948
Box   155
Folder   1-5
Federal Housing Legislation, 1949-1959
Box   155
Folder   6
Financing of Homes, 1948-1952
Box   155
Folder   7
Greendale, 1948
Box   156
Folder   1-3
Greendale, 1949-1952
Box   156
Folder   4
Hillside Housing Project, 1953-1959
Box   156
Folder   5
Housing Conversions, 1948-1954
Box   156
Folder   6-7
Housing for Older People, 1955-1959
Box   157
Folder   1-2
Housing Referendum, 1950-1951
Box   157
Folder   3
Improvement of Land by City, 1948-1949
Box   157
Folder   4
Incomplete Housing Survey, 1948
Box   157
Folder   5
Large Families, 1951-1960
Box   157
Folder   6
Legislation, 1949-1959
Box   157
Folder   7
New Housing Code, 1955-1958
Box   157
Folder   8
Northlawn and Southlawn, 1948-1955
Box   157
Folder   9
Prefabricated Houses, 1948-1950
Box   157
Folder   10
Private Projects, 1948-1958
Box   158
Folder   1
Public Housing, 1949-1951
Box   158
Folder   2
Public Housing Conference, 1949
Box   158
Folder   3
Red Arrow Project, 1948
Box   158
Folder   4
Relocation Housing, 1949-1959
Box   158
Folder   5
Sixth Ward-Hillside Project, 1948-1949
Box   158
Folder   6
Taft, Wagner, Ellender Bill, 1948
Box   158
Folder   7
Temporary Veteran Housing, 1948-1954
Box   158
Folder   8
Veteran Housing Development, 1951-1952
Box   159
Folder   1
Westlawn, 1950-1957
Industry
Box   159
Folder   2
Industry, 1949-1959
Box   159
Folder   3
Air Conditioning Regulation, 1957-1958
Box   159
Folder   4
Aviation, 1953-1959
Box   159
Folder   5
City Hall Annex, 1951-1959
Box   159
Folder   6
Incinerators and Dump Sites, 1950-1958
Box   159
Folder   7
Municipal Works Projects, 1950-1958
Box   159
Folder   8
Storm Sewers, 1952-1954
Box   159
Folder   9
Zeidler, Frank P., Projects in Progress, 1948
Labor Relations
Box   159
Folder   10-11
Labor Relations, 1948-1950
Box   160
Folder   1-3
Labor Relations, 1951-1959
Box   160
Folder   4
Labor Relations Ship Loading Controversy, 1956
Box   160
Folder   5
AFSCME Recognition, 1958-1959
Box   160
Folder   6
Auto Industry Unemployment, 1956
Box   160
Folder   7
Strikes, 1948-1956
Box   160
Folder   8
Tourist Promotion, 1949-1950
Box   160
Folder   9
Unemployment, 1950-1957
Box   161
Folder   1
Unemployment, 1958-1959
Legislation
Box   161
Folder   2-7
Legislation, State, 1948-1959
Box   162
Folder   1-6
Annexation, 1951-1960
Box   162
Folder   7-8
Education Legislation, 1949-1955
Box   163
Folder   1-2
Education Legislation, 1956-1959
Box   163
Folder   3-5
Federal Legislation, 1950-1959
Box   163
Folder   6
Federal Legislation, Federal/City Relations, 1953-1956
Box   164
Folder   1
Federal Legislation, Federal/City Relations, 1957-1959
Box   164
Folder   2
Federal Highway Legislation, 1955-1959
Box   164
Folder   3-5
Granville Annexation, 1955-1960
Box   164
Folder   6
Harbor Bills, 1957-1959
Box   165
Folder   1
Home Rule, 1948-1957
Box   165
Folder   2
Marketing Authority, 1947-1952
Box   165
Folder   3
Oak Creek Annexation, 1956-1957
Box   165
Folder   4-7
Redistricting, 1948-1954
Box   166
Folder   1
Town of Lake Annexation, 1953-1958
Parking
Box   166
Folder   2-6
Parking, 1948-1959
Box   167
Folder   1
City Parking Commission, 1952-1959
Box   167
Folder   2-3
Interim Parking Commission, 1948-1952
Box   167
Folder   4-9
Off-Street Parking, 1950-1959
Box   168
Folder   1-3
Parking Meters, 1949-1959
Box   168
Folder   4
Parking Structures, 1957-1960
Planning
Box   168
Folder   5
Planning Coordination, 1948-1959
Box   168
Folder   6
Planning Coordination, City/County, 1948-1959
Box   168
Folder   7
Downtown Redevelopment, 1958-1959
Box   168
Folder   8
Liaison with Mayor, 1948-1959
Box   168
Folder   9
Marine Plaza, 1959-1960
Box   168
Folder   10
Master Plan, 1946-1956
Box   169
Folder   1
Master Plan, 1957-1959
Box   169
Folder   2
Townsite Development, 1948-1957
Box   169
Folder   3-5
Zoning, 1950-1959
Tax and Revenue
Box   169
Folder   6-8
Tax and Revenue, 1948-1955
Box   170
Folder   1-3
Tax and Revenue, 1956-1959
Box   170
Folder   4
Citizen’s Committee on Municipal Needs, 1949-1950
Box   170
Folder   5
Equalization and Assessments, 1948-1956
Box   170
Folder   6-7
Kline Law, 1948-1957
Box   170
Folder   8
Motor Vehicle Tax, 1956-1959
Box   171
Folder   1
Municipal Income Tax, 1949-1957
Box   171
Folder   2-3
New Revenue Sources, 1948-1959
Box   171
Folder   4
Revenue Sharing, 1949-1958
Box   171
Folder   5
Sewer Service Charge, 1957
Box   171
Folder   6
Tax Revolt, 1957
Traffic
Box   171
Folder   7-9
Traffic, 1948-1953
Box   172
Folder   1-2
Traffic, 1954-1959
Box   172
Folder   3
Bus and Truck Terminals, 1950-1959
Box   172
Folder   4-9
Mass Transportation, 1948-1952
Box   173
Folder   1-2
Metro Transit Authority, 1948-1958
Box   173
Folder   3
North and South 44th Street, 1949-1954
Box   173
Folder   4
One-Way Streets, 1949-1958
Box   173
Folder   5-7
Public Transportation Study Committee, 1954-1956
Box   173
Folder   8
Rapid Transit, 1948
Box   174
Folder   1-2
Rapid Transit, 1949-1952
Box   174
Folder   3
South 1st and South 2nd Streets, 1948-1952
Box   174
Folder   4
Transportation Survey, 1948-1949
Box   174
Folder   5
Transportation and Traffic Control Council, 1949-1951
Box   174
Folder   6
Wells Street Bus Route, 1957-1958
Urban Renewal
Box   174
Folder   7-9
Urban Renewal Committee, 1954-May 1956
Box   175
Folder   1-4
Urban Renewal Committee, June 1956-1960
Box   175
Folder   5-6
Urban Renewal Committee, minutes, 1954-1959
Box   175
Folder   7
Citizen’s Urban Renewal Advisory Committee, 1955
Box   176
Folder   1-2
Citizen’s Urban Renewal Advisory Committee, 1956-1961
Box   176
Folder   3
Community Support, 1957-1958
Box   176
Folder   4
Hillside-Lapham Redevelopment, 1956-1959
Box   176
Folder   5
Juneautown, 1956-1959
Box   176
Folder   6-7
Redevelopment Authority, 1958-1960
Box   176
Folder   8-9
Third Ward Project, 1955-1959
Box   177
Folder   1
Urban Renewal Coordinator, 1956-1959
Utility Regulation
Box   177
Folder   2-7
Utility Regulation, 1948-1957
Box   178
Folder   1
Utility Regulation, 1958-1959
Box   178
Folder   2
Atomic Energy, 1956-1957
Box   178
Folder   3-5
Federal Gas Legislation, 1955-1959
Box   178
Folder   6
Federal Gas Legislation, correspondence with mayors, 1956
Box   178
Folder   7
Federal Gas Legislation, hearings, 1955
Box   178
Folder   8-9
Federal Gas Legislation, opposition to de-regulation, 1957-1958
Box   179
Folder   1
Fire Insurance, 1949-1959
Box   179
Folder   2-5
Natural Gas, 1948-1959
Box   179
Folder   6
North Shore Railroad, 1958
Box   180
Folder   1
North Shore Railroad, 1959
Box   180
Folder   2
Public Ownership of Utilities, 1949-1956
Box   180
Folder   3-4
Railroad, 1957-1959
Box   180
Folder   5
Taxicabs, 1958-1959
Box   180
Folder   6-9
Utility Fare Increases, 1948-1959
Box   181
Folder   1
Water Rates, 1956-1957
Series: 3. Speeches, 1947-1960
Scope and Content Note: The Speeches series records much of the thought of Frank Zeidler. It contains Zeidler’s views on urban affairs and other issues expressed in various speeches and talks.
Box   181
Folder   2-7
Drafts of Speeches, 1947-1959, undated
Box   182
Folder   1-5
Speeches, 1948-May 1957
Box   183
Folder   1-3
Speeches, June 1957-1960
Series: 4. Appointments, Calendars, and Guest Books, 1948-1960
Scope and Content Note: This series contains Frank Zeidler’s appointment books, day-books, and calendars that document various meetings and Zeidler’s comments. Two guest books from the mayor’s office are included as well.
Box   183
Folder   4
Appointment Books and Calendars, 1949
Box   184
Appointment Books and Calendars, 1950-1955
Box   185
Appointment Books and Calendars, 1956-1960
Box   186
Guest Books to Mayor’s Office, 1948-1960
Physical Description: 2 volumes 
Box   183
Folder   5
Miscellaneous Schedules and Itineraries, 1954, undated
Box   187
Notebooks of Conversations by Zeidler, 1948-1960
Series: 5. Gifts, Artifacts, and Iconographic Material, 1948-1960
Scope and Content Note: This series consists of photographs, memberships, audio/visual materials, certificates, and other artifacts. The photographs record the many functions with which the mayor of a city deals. “Condition” photos were sent to Mayor Frank Zeidler to explain some problem, complaint, or investigation around the City. The recorded material contains tapes of meetings and speeches. There is also a greeting by Norman Thomas to the Socialist picnic in 1957. The microfilm contains the mayor’s office scrapbooks. The gifts and artifacts include items such as keys to cities and medals relating to Milwaukee or city government that were presented to Frank Zeidler. An index to the photographs and honors is provided in the appendix below.
Box   190
Audio Material, 1950-1958
Physical Description: 6 audio reels (¼ in.) 
Box   191
Audio Material, 1959, undated
Physical Description: 6 audio reels (¼ in.) 
Box   192
Baseball Memorabilia, tomahawks, bat, ball, (World Series?), 1958-1959, undated
Box   188
Folder   1
Certificates and Honors, 1948-1960
Box   195
Certificates and Honors, 1949-1960
Box   188
Folder   2
Election Ephemera, 1956, undated
Box   191
Film, retirement dinner, 1960
Physical Description: 1 film reel (16 mm) 
Box   190
Fluoridation Comment, 1958
Physical Description: 1 phonograph record (78 rpm) 
Box   195
Keys to Various Cities, 1956-1960, undated
Box   198
Medals and Coins, 1950-1959, undated
Box   192
Membership Cards, 1951-1960, undated
Box   190
Microfilm, Zeidler scrapbooks, 1948-1960
Physical Description: 3 microfilm reels (35 mm) 
Photographs
Box   188
Folder   3-8
general, 1948-1960
Box   189
Folder   1
buildings and aerial views, 1949-1960
Box   189
Folder   2-3
conditions of various places in the City, 1948-1959, undated
Box   189
Folder   4
garbage collection in Vienna, 1950
Box   189
Folder   5
Korean War fund raiser, 1951
Box   189
Folder   6
notable individuals, 1951-1956, undated
Box   195
oversize, 1949-1957
Box   189
Folder   7
portraits of Zeidler, undated
Box   193-194
Plaques, miscellaneous honors from local organizations, 1949-1960, undated
Box   196
Pins, Buttons, and Ribbons, 1948-1959, undated
Box   197
Replica of Spund Hammer, Pabst Blue Ribbon, 1958
Box   197
Scanlon Hall, gavel, 1953
Box   195
Scrapbook, election, 1947-1948
Physical Description: 1 volume 
Box   189
Folder   8
University of Wisconsin, honorary doctorate, 1958
APPENDIX: Index to Photographs and Honors
Description Item Type Box Folder Date
The Women's Missionary Society of the United Lutheran Church in America Honors 188 1 September 21, 1948
The United States Junior Chamber of Commerce has selected Frank P. Zeidler as one of America's Ten Outstanding Young Men Honors 188 1 January 15, 1949
Alpha Phi Omega Fraternity Honors 188 1 February 3, 1949
Alpha Kappa Delta National Honorary Sociological Fraternity at Marquette University Honors 188 1 April 3, 1949
Downyflake Donut Scroll, National Dunking Association Honors 188 1 April 1949
The Blue and Gray Association Membership Certificate, Montgomery Alabama the Cradle of the Confederacy Honors 188 1 November 14, 1950
The National Institute for Disaster Mobilization, Inc. Honors 188 1 October 1, 1951
The Civil Defense Research Associates, Inc. Honors 188 1 October 1, 1951
May it be known that Hon. Frank P. Zeidler was the guest speaker of the Rotary Club of Milwaukee, Wis. Honors 188 1 September 16, 1952
Polish Legion of American Veterans Honorary Membership Honors 188 1 September 1, 1952
USO: United Service Organizations Honors 188 1 October 29, 1952
The Ancient Order of the Book Worms, Milwaukee Public Library. Richard Krug City Librarian presents award to Frank P. Zeidler Honors 188 1 October 4, 1953
The Upper Fond du Lac - Capitol Advancement Associated Honorary Membership Certificate Honors 188 1 1953
Honorary Member of the Direct Selling Legion sponsored by Specialty Salesman Honors 188 1 May 10, 1954
In Gratitude American Relief for Korea Honors 188 1 July 12, 1954
The International Union of Local Authorities at the Hague, American Committee for International Municipal Cooperation Honors 188 1 January 1, 1955
In recognition of Outstanding Service to the United States Navy Recruiting Service Honors 188 1 October 31, 1956
The Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts and Letters Honors 188 1 1956
Alpha Phi Omega Citation, Eta Rho Chapter at Marquette University Honors 188 1 May 5, 1957
Boys Club of America Honors 188 1 April 14, 1958
Milwaukee Teenage Pops Concert Season Honors 188 1 1958-1959
The Girl Scouts of the United States of America Honors 188 1 April 1959
Boys Town Alumni Milwaukee Chapter Honors 188 1 1957-1959
Allied Veterans Council of Milwaukee County Honors 188 1 January 29, 1959
The International Institute of Milwaukee County Honors 188 1 November 21, 1959
American Inland Waterways Association Honorary Membership Honors 188 1 September 8, 1959
The International Union of Local Authorities at the Hague, International Municipal Cooperation, U.S.A. (2) Honors 188 1 1959-1960
The Milwaukee Boys' Club Certificate of Merit Honors 188 1 April 1, 1960
The Clipper Club Honors 195 1959
Allstate Insurance Company Certificate of Commendation Honors 195 1956
Louisiana Purchase 150th Anniversary, Honorary Citizen Honors 195 1953
National Association Veterans Employment Councils, Honorary Citizen Honors 195 1955
Neptune Rex IV, Royal Brewer Honors 195 1953
Lions Club, Honorary Membership Honors 195 1952
City of Milwaukee Police Department, Citation for Meritorious Service Honors 195 1959
Wisconsin State Council of Machinists Honors 195 1956
Milwaukee Council of B'Nai B'rith Men and Women, Citation of Merit Honors 195 1952
Milwaukee County Society for Mental Health Honors 195 1953
Fleet Marine Force Atlantic Honors 195 1959
The Great Navy of the State of Nebraska Honors 195 1949
Tribute to Mayor Frank P. Zeidler from the City Club of Milwaukee Honors 195 1960
Sigma Delta Chi Honors 195 1960
United States Civil Defense Council, Presidential Citation Honors 195 1956
UNICO International, Certificate of Merit Honors 195 1952
The American Dream National Historical Pageant Honors 195 undated
Milwaukee City Officials and Your Common Council Honors 195 1956-1960
Memphis Cotton Carnival Association Proclamation Honors 195 1956
United States Junior Chamber of Commerce, Tribute Honors 195 1949
Inauguration day, Frank P. Zeidler in Mayor's Office surrounded by flowers and shaking the hand with another man. Photographs 188 3 April 20, 1948
Small photographs labeled “Wisconsin State Fair 1948,” depicting a sign with a cartoon caricature of Frank P. Zeidler with a speech bubble that says “Visit Milwaukee County Museums”. Photographs by Urban F. Peacock. Photographs 188 3 1948
PAL party, Riverview Roller Rink. Photograph by Emmett A. Rogers. Photographs 188 3 December 27, 1948
Small photographs of Leslie and Sylvia Billings. Photographs labeled “Housing Requests”. Photographs 188 3 August 8, 1948
Frank P. Zeidler on a horse or donkey in Kilbourn Park. He is surrounded by a group of children and adults. Photographs 188 3 July 4, 1949
Frank P. Zeidler in Sherman Park wearing Asian hat, pulling a cart with a white child wearing a kimono and holding a parasol umbrella. Photographs 188 3 July 4, 1949
Frank P. Zeidler with two other men shaking hands, one of them has a medal on his suit lapel. Photographs 188 3 1949
Small photograph Frank P. Zeidler speaking in front of American flag at Carl Shurz Park. There is a woman on stage with him. Koe? Photographs 188 3 circa 1950
U.S. Army Photograph. Frank P. Zeidler with General Mark Clark. Photographs 188 3 May 19, 1950
Frank P. Zeidler on a train holding a key that says "More Power to America" with three other men on a ladder boarding the train. Back of photograph reads: Opening ceremonies "More Power to America Special" GE Apparatus Exhibit Train, Maitland Field. Left to right: Frank Zeidler; G.W. Van Derzee, president of Wisconsin Electric; Paul Pratt, president Association of Commerce; W.A. Mann, manager GE (General Electric). Photographs 188 3 June 22, 1951
Frank P. Zeidler speaking at microphone. Back of photograph reads: Opening ceremonies "More Power to America Special" Apparatus Exhibit Train GE (General Electric), Maitland Field. Photographs 188 3 June 22, 1951
Small photograph Frank P. Zeidler posing with man and child. Names on back: Gene Autry, Joan Autry. Photographs 188 3 December 12, 1951
Auditorium stage full of people wearing traditional folk dress. Back of photograph reads: American Appreciation Program, Brotherhood Week. Handwritten names of front: Ape Parelskin, Archie Cohen, Laurence Katz. Photographs 188 3 February 22, 1950
Frank P. Zeidler speaking at microphone. Back of photograph reads: Pabst Civil Defense Program Luncheon. Pabst Blue Ribbon Milwaukee, Wis. Photograph by Marshall J. Robb. Photographs 188 3 February 16, 1952
Frank P. Zeidler speaking at a club at the Mount Royal Hotel, Montreal Canada. Photograph by Gerard Laferriere. Photographs 188 3 September 1953
Decorated parade float with a group of people riding it. It says AFL CIO Goodwill Float; Labor, Management, and Industry. Some people appear to be wearing military uniforms. Back of photograph reads: Float used in Labor Day Parade. Photographs 188 3 1953
Frank P. Zeidler talking with two men. Back of photograph reads: Opening of trolley bus service on Oakland Delaware Line. Picture used by Joe Claney, Transport Co. Photographs 188 3 November 1953
Several photographs from a "Milk from America" event. The event had different speakers in front of a crowd with a sign on the stage that reads: "Milk from America to the Hungry of the World donated from the U.S. Government Surplus. Distributed by Church World Service and its Christian Rural Overseas Program." Children of different ethnicities drink glasses of milk. Photographs 188 3 June 23, 1953
Frank P. Zeidler talking in the middle of a crowd of men, women , and children. Back of photograph reads: Opening of trolley bus service on Oakland Delaware Line. Picture sent by Joe Claney. Photograph by Fred R. Stanger. Photographs 188 3 November 1953
Several photographs show Frank P. Zeidler standing with a group of men in suits with carnation flowers pinned to their suit lapels. Back of photograph reads: From Charley Stuart, Lodge 66. Photograph by Tony Neuman. Photographs 188 3 1953
Sioux Chief Dewey Beard and Alice Beard. Mayor named "Chief Brave Hawk." Native American. Photographs 188 3 March 21, 1953
VFW Parade, Mayor Frank P. Zeidler and Mr. Vanantwerd. Photographs 188 3 August 1953
Milwaukee Hospital banquet dinner, several photographs including a shot of the room show many of the guests sitting at tables, Frank P. Zeidler and wife Agnes sitting at a table, a man stands next to them holding a large book. 90th anniversary banquet of Milwaukee Hospital. Photograph by Lee Fray Studios. Photographs 188 3 December 1953
Small photographs of the Golden Age Club Picnic, Washington Park. Photographs 188 3 1954
Harold S. Vincent, Superintendent of Schools; Frank P. Zeidler; Earle Fricher; Principle of South Division High School. Photographs 188 3 January 11, 1954
Ground breaking ceremony. Frank P. Zeidler with several men laughing and standing outside in the snow. A sign in the background says YMCA. Back of photograph reads: New Central Bldg. Ground breaking ceremony, 915 W. Wisconsin Ave. Mayor Zeidler, Neil Everson, and Wm. J. Grede. Photographs 188 3 March 29, 1954
Frank P. Zeidler with Colonel Don Carleton, who is wearing military uniform. Photograph by John Murray. Photographs 188 3 June 14, 1954
Group shot of Frank P. Zeidler with his wife Agnes Zeidler. Photograph by Clair J. Wilson. Photographs 188 3 June 24, 1954
Frank P. Zeidler in a crowd of people celebrating. He is held up by someone in the crowd and they are all smiling and clapping. Zeidler smiles and holds his hat above his head. Photographs 188 3 October 1, 1954
Ground breaking at Cerebral Palsy clinic. Photograph lists the names Gary H. Kaeuper and William A. Roberts. It shows Frank P. Zeidler with two men holding shovels and scooping dirt in the mud. Photographs 188 3 April 21, 1954
27th St. Bus Service Opening. A crowd of people gathered for a ribbon cutting in front of bus. Photographs 188 3 Fall 1954
Frank P. Zeidler in the middle of a group of men in suits holding beers and raising a toast. Photograph by Clair J. Wilson. Photographs 188 3 October 16, 1954
Frank P. Zeidler with men holding a metal time capsule and a 1954 stone sign. Women in nurses uniforms are in the background. Photograph by Taylor Photos. Photographs 188 3 November 21, 1954
Small photograph of a woman behind two tables of food and cooking supplies. Photographs 188 3 1954
Multiple photographs from the Cornell Testimonial Dinner. Photograph by Goff Studio. Photographs 188 3 1954
Small photographs labeled Amrets Post #27 (Russel J. Maths), Forest Home Cemetery. They depict a military funeral honors. Photograph by Gerald C. Arnold. Photographs 188 3 May 22, 1954
Braves Banquet at Elks Club. Frank P. Zeidler pictured with three men, the two in the center are shaking hands. The back of photograph names the men as Joseph Haertl and Charlie Grimm. Photographs 188 3 April 28, 1954
Frank P. Zeidler giving speech at podium. Photograph by Kuhli Milwaukee. Photographs 188 3 1954
Frank P. Zeidler holding the arm of a child wearing a Native American headdress. Back of photograph reads: Potter Avenue and Kinnickinnic Avenue street opening. Photograph by John Albauser (?). Photographs 188 3 September 18, 1954
Frank P. Zeidler presenting an award plaque that reads: “10,000,000 Payroll Dollar, American Can Company, Milwaukee Plant.” Photographs 188 3 July 29, 1954
Small photograph, Joint Committee – Muscular Dystrophy Campaign. Photograph by Captain Fred C. Barth, Milwaukee Fire Department Bureau of Fire Prevention. Photographs 188 3 November 16, 1954
Back of photograph reads: “Equitable Reserve Association Convention. Mayor John Voss Oshkosh, Frank Zeidler Milwaukee. Photographs 188 3 June 1954
Small photograph of presentation of stone containing Ten Commandments of city of Milwaukee by National Order of Eagles. Several judges present. Photographs 188 4 July 30, 1955
Small photographs of FFA Banquet at Plymouth. Frank P. Zeidler with wife Agnes Zeidler. Several people presenting gifts. Future Farmers of America, Vocational Agriculture. Photographs 188 4 1955
Float from All-Star Game, large baseball and float that reads "Welcome All Stars". Sent by Griggs Waring. Photographs 188 4 1955
Frank P. Zeidler in his office with a little girl that has a leg brace on. There is a sign that says “Fight Polio!” March of Dimes. Photographs 188 4 1955
Meeting at U.S. Senate office building. Delegation on natural gas issue which later visited President Eisenhower. Photographs 188 4 March 18, 1955
Frank P. Zeidler with a group of five men and one woman in his office. Names on back of photograph: Erv Clumb, Riverside; Mgr. of Iowne; Harry Boesel, Palace; Mgr. of Warner; Distr. Mgr. of MGM; Harry Kemptgen, MGM. Photographs 188 4 April 6, 1955
Frank P. Zeidler at a banquet sitting at a table laughing. A man is at a podium speaking. Back of photograph reads: Otto F. Weiner (1954-1955) Dist. Grand Lodge #6 Brian (?). Photographs 188 4 1954-1955
Multiple photographs of Viola Centennial in the Mayor’s Office. A large group of people dressed in period costumes, men in suits and top hats and women wearing long dresses and bonnets. Someone is putting a top hat on Frank P. Zeidler that says Viola Centennial. Back of one of the photographs reads: Viola Centennial, City Hall Mayor’s Office. From left to right: Mr. Virgil Hurless, City Comptroller, Viola Representative. Photographs 188 4 June 25, 1955
Multiple photographs of Mayor Frank P. Zeidler and Spanish Baron taken in Mayor’s Office. Photograph by Taylor Photos. Photographs 188 4 May 23, 1955
Frank P. Zeidler and several men in military uniform holding a large United States flag in the mayor’s office. Photographs 188 4 June, 17, 1955
Small photographs of Memorial Day. Frank P. Zeidler speaking at podium. Men in military uniforms. Photographs 188 4 May 30, 1955
Small photographs of the Testimonial Dinner for Joe Fibiger (?). Several group shots. Many of them are of Frank P. Zeidler presenting a certificate to a man. Photographs 188 4 May 1, 1955
Small photograph of Frank P. Zeidler and child Sally Winkler. Committee for steam locomotive to be placed in park. Photographs 188 4 June 1955
Small photograph of Latvian Song Festival. Photographs 188 4 May 29, 1955
Small photograph of Administrative Survey Committee. Photographs 188 4 1955
Small photographs labeled Mayor Schlisting, Landstuhl Germany. Many of the photographs are of Germany and there is also a postcard for Landstuhl. It seems like Mayor Schlisting may have visited Milwaukee and given the photographs as mementos, but it is unclear. Photographs 188 4 1955
Building officials conference. April 18 to April 21, 1955. Photograph by Genack Studio. Photographs 188 4 1955
Small photographs of the opening of the Hillside Housing Project. Several photographs of Frank P. Zeidler speaking in front of group of white and African American people, some children. Several men in suits standing next to him. Photographs 188 4 June 1, 1955
Small photographs labeled Bob Vollbrecht. Outside group event. Photographs 188 4 July 4, 1955
Small photographs labeled Lincoln Estabrook. Several group shots of Frank P. Zeidler speaking at a microphone, outside in the summertime. From Roff Vollbricht (?). Photographs 188 4 July 1955
Small photographs labeled Picnic of the Advisory Council to the mayor. Several photographs of groups of people in the park. Photographs of people playing baseball, including Frank P. Zeidler. Photographs 188 4 July 20, 1955
Small photographs labeled Washington Park. Several group photographs of people in front of Goethe Schiller statue. A man speaks at the microphone and Frank P. Zeidler is sitting next to him. Photographs 188 4 September 18, 1955
Frank P. Zeidler with a group of men inside the airport? Photograph reads: Group picture taken at dedication of new air (General Billy Mitchell Field). Photograph by Clair Wilson. Photographs 188 4 July 21, 1955
A man hands keys to Frank P. Zeidler, standing outside on Market St. with a man and woman watching next to them. The back of the photograph reads: Left to right: Miss Anita Matheus, therapist visiting nurse, Mayor Zeidler, John H. Smith, General Electric X-ray division, and Walter Rank. Occasion: General Electric X-ray division donates station wagon to Wisconsin chapter…. for Home Service Unit. The Milwaukee County VNA will do home appointments starting July 1, 1955. Photographs 188 4 1955
Photograph reads: Mayor Robert Wagner and Mayor Frank P. Zeidler meeting at the County airport for Eagles Convention. The two men are shaking hands. Photographs 188 4 July 1, 1955
Two photographs of the Milwaukee Public Library time capsule. One is of Frank P. Zeidler speaking at a microphone while children watch, the other is the time capsule being placed in the wall of the library. Photographs 188 4 May 16, 1955
Frank P. Zeidler in kitchen. Back of photograph reads: Taken at television station WTMJ-TV on Breta Griem’s “What’s New in the Kitchen?” show. Left to right: Breta Griem, Mayor Frank P. Zeidler, Harold Gauer, Executive Director of CARE. Photographs 188 4 December 12, 1955
Mayor Frank P. Zeidler with six Filipino delegates visiting Milwaukee to study city government. Photographs 188 4 October 1955
Several photographs of General Motors Parade of Progress held on Milwaukee lake front. Stamped the Platz Studios commercial division C. Oscar Linquist Studio. Man stands at podium that says GM. Photographs 188 4 September 9, 1955
Several photographs for the event VJ Day of Observance at Washington Park. Group shots of crowd, the band shell outdoor stage with musicians, Frank P. Zeidler speaking at microphone, people in military uniforms. Photographs by Flashgun Jimmy, James P. Nelson. Photographs 188 4 1955
Several Photographs labeled: Samson’s presentation of Courtesy Cars to Milwaukee C.D. (1955). Some names on the back: Herb, General Don Carleton, Mayor Frank Zeidler, Photographs stamped Album Photo Studio. The photographs depict many cars and Frank P. Zeidler meeting with men in suits. The cars are labeled Samons Courtesy Car. They look like station wagons. Photographs 188 4 1955
Back of photograph reads: Meeting in office of Senator Alexander Wiley (R. Wisc.) with Wisconsin member of delegation which later visited President Eisenhower at White House. Mayor Frank P. Zeidler; Senator Wiley; Vernon Thomson, Attorney General of Wisconsin; Harry Slater, Assistant City Attorney, Milwaukee; Stewart Honeck, Deputy Attorney General of Wisconsin; William Callow, City Attorney, Waukesha; Henry O’Leary, of Public Service Commission, Madison. Photograph by F. Clyde Wilkinson. Photographs 188 4 March 18, 1955
Global World Series. Many photographs. Lots of group shots of the banquet dinner, baseball made of flowers, Frank P. Zeidler speaking to crowd. Photographs 188 4 1955
Global World Series. Sponsors Banquet at Pfister Hotel, one of the highlights is World Premiere of the Global World Series of Baseball at Milwaukee, WI. Photograph by Fred R. Stanger. Photographs 188 4 September 21, 1955
Global World Series kick-off banquet. Names: Global Commissioner Dick Falk; Senor Salvador Mondragon; Mexican baseball “czar”; Jonny Antonelli, Earl Gillespie. Photographs by H. Nowell. Photographs 188 4 February 1955
Small photographs of Tom and Oral Zeidler Wedding Reception. Family. Photographs 188 5 1957
Group shot of Mayor Frank P. Zeidler and several men taken at VA Credit Union meeting held at Schlitz Brown Bottle. Photograph 188 5 1956
Small photograph of groundbreaking of West Division. Photographs 188 5 1956
Small photograph of Frank P. Zeidler and John Harley in mayor’s office. Photographs 188 5 1956
Several small photographs of Mayor Frank P. Zeidler at Chicago Convention. Photographs 188 5 June 1956
Frank P. Zeidler at Eagle’s Businessmen’s Picnic, playing a game of horseshoe. Photograph by Fred R. Stanger. Photographs 188 5 August 1, 1956
Frank P. Zeidler giving a speech at National Association of Plumbing Contractors. Photograph by Taylor Photos. Photographs 188 5 June 1, 1956
Frank P. Zeidler at microphone at Lillian Brooks Party, there is a sign with two music records and a large portrait of Lillian Brooks. Photograph stamped “Flashgun Jimmy” James P. Nelson, Jr. Photographs 188 5 June 12, 1956
Frank P. Zeidler at event shaking hands with a man. Photographs 188 5 December 11, 1956
Several photographs of Frank P. Zeidler talking to two men at 66th Wisconsin Retail Lumbermen’s Association Convention, Milwaukee, WI. Sign says Lumbermen's Mutual Casualty Co., division of Kemper Insurance. Photograph by Clair Wilson. Photographs 188 5 February 1, 1956
Group shot at a showing of the Rogers and Hammerstein’s play “Oklahoma” with Frank P. Zeidler, Mrs. Zeidler, Mr. Bill Geehan and wife. Photograph by Fred R. Stanger. Photographs 188 5 May 1956
Frank P. Zeidler filmed with group on “Milwaukee Reports” television program. CBS camera. Dr. Adolph Suddan. Photographs 188 5 April 1956
Frank P. Zeidler in Mayor’s Office with Turners (?). Photograph by Thomas Abercrombie. Photographs 188 5 January 1956
Group shot. United Lodge No. 66 I. A. of M. Photographs 188 5 January 14, 1956
Group shot. Hill Local Dance. Local 1344 USA-CIO. Some names of back of photograph: Senator Henry Maier, Harry Bage, Robert E. Jordan, Leroy Zinmer, Mayor Frank P. Zeidler, Karl James, Elmer Johnson, Ross Baum. Photographs 188 5 February 1956
Large crowd shot in an auditorium. Mother’s Day, taken at the Eagle’s Club. First Row: Frank P. Zeidler, Anita Zeidler, children. Photographs 188 5 May 13, 1956
Frank P. Zeidler and man at airport outside. There is an airplane that says United States Air Force Hercules behind them. Photographs 188 5 1956
Mayor Frank P. Zeidler with Governor Mennen Williams taken at Mayor’s Conference. The two politicians sit on a couch; Mennen Williams holds a magazine that reads “Full Employment”. Photographs 188 5 June 8, 1956
Frank P. Zeidler and wife Agnes Zeidler at a Braves Baseball game. Photographs 188 5 circa 1957
Group shot of Frank P. Zeidler with several men who are holding a framed document that says “Resolution of Thanks”. Photographs 188 5 1957
Frank P. Zeidler cutting a cake that says "Milwaukee’s 110th birthday 1847-1947." Photographs 188 5 1957
Frank P. Zeidler holding up a small sign/sticker that says “Watch that Bike! Optimist Club Bike Safety Campaign.” Back of photographs reads: Mason F. Heiden – President of Optimist Club of Milwaukee, Andrew L. Lehrbaummer – Chairman Boys Guidance Committee. Photographs 188 5 April 14-21, 1957
Crowd of people outside releasing balloons that read “Crusade for Freedom.” Women in folk/tradition dress, men in military uniforms. Photograph by Fred R. Stanger. Photographs 188 5 February 1957
Frank P. Zeidler with three men and a large wrapped gift. Photographer Theodore Rozumalski. Photographs 188 5 March 1957
Frank P. Zeidler meeting with Mayor Briscoe. Photographs 188 5 April 4, 1957
Flag day celebration at Fredonia, Wisconsin. Photographs 188 5 June 14, 1956
Frank P. Zeidler writing on a typewriter while smoking. Map of Milwaukee on the wall behind him. Photographs 188 5 February 1957
National Naval Reserve Officers School Banquet. Photograph by Lee Fray Studios. Group shot of a table of men in military uniforms. There is a “Marquette Banner” hanging behind them. Frank P. Zeidler and his wife Agnes Zeidler. Photographs 188 5 July 1957
V-J Day at Washington Park. Frank P. Zeidler talking to a man in military uniform. Photographs 188 5 1957
Mayor Frank P. Zeidler meeting with a group of people. One of the men has a hat with Native American imagery and feathers on it. Braves? Photograph by Album Photo Studio. Photographs 188 5 October 3, 1957
Men presenting a oversized key to Frank P. Zeidler. The plaque in the key box reads: Presented to Frank Zeidler, Mayor of the city of Milwaukee to commemorate the opening of the Midwest Locksmith’s Conference. Sponsored by the Associated Locksmiths of America and Wisconsin Locksmiths Association. Key made by the Yale & Towne Mfg. Co. Photographs 188 5 August 24, 1957
Miller Inn. Event United Nations observance and Harbor Commission Award to Daniel Hoan, Senator Wiley, and Frank Zeidler. Photographs 188 5 October 22, 1957
“What’s new in the kitchen?” program. Harold Gauer and Mayor Frank P. Zeidler. Care Program. Food items like dried milk, cheese, corn meal. Photographs 188 5 November 29, 1957
Several photographs of Frank P. Zeidler with a women plant tulip bulbs outside in downtown Milwaukee. Tulip Queen, Augusta de Zoete. Photographs 188 5 October 1957
Small photograph of Frank P. Zeidler and wife Agnes at a banquet event. Frank and another man are dressed in plaid/ethnic outfits. Photographs 188 5 January 25, 1958
Small photographs of Merrill Park Program, group shots. Lt. Charles O’ Meyer, F. O’Donnell, E.L. Hanley, John Hanley, Mayor Zeidler, Rt. Rev. John Clark, Alderman Charles Zuirk, Jerry Murray, Bernard Reuter. Photographs 188 5 May 1958
Civil Defense Meeting. Frank P. Zeidler with two men looking at machinery. P. & H. Harnischfeger Corp. Photographs 188 5 October 12, 1956
Small photographs labeled Calumet Dancers. Children dressed up as Native Americans in headdresses in Mayor Frank P. Zeidler’s office. Photographs 188 5 April 11, 1958
Small photographs label Golden Age Picnic. Frank P. Zeidler in a park with a group of women with small instruments. Men wearing military caps. Photographs 188 6 July 1958
Small photographs of a testimonial dinner. Several priests at table. Names on back of photographs: Rev. L. Grochowski, Scranton, Pa.; Rev. W. Slowakiewicz; Rev. Kolwicz; F. Rowinski; Judge Anton Smigiel; Michel Midgal. Photographs 188 6 June 29, 1958
Small photographs of a meeting of Frank P. Zeidler and Calumet Dancers. White children dressed up in Native American headdresses. Photographs 188 6 April 11, 1958
Several photographs of Merrill Park Beautification Program. Names on back of photograph: Lt. Charles O’Meyer, F. O'Donnell, E.L. Hanley, John Hanley, Mayor Frank P. Zeidler, John Clark, Alderman Charles Zuirk, Jerry Murray, Bernard Reuter. Photographs 188 6 May 1958
Board of Election Commissioners in Mayor’s Office. Names: William J. O’Malley, Robert Vollbrecht, George C. Secora, Frank P. Zeidler, Leonard W. Galbrecht. Photographs 188 6 1958
Mayor Frank P. Zeidler and Wisconsin Governor Vernon W. Thomson at podium. There is a General Electric banner that says “Operation Up Turn: Build Sales and Jobs in ‘58”. Photographs 188 6 June 9, 1958
Event with banner that reads International Juvenile Officer’s Association. Photographs 188 6 June 24, 1958
Frank P. Zeidler and Governor of Alaska Michael Stepovich. Photograph by Henry F. Larson. Photographs 188 6 July 7, 1958
Award by Savings Bond Division of Treasure Department, Mr. Rustad and Mayor Frank P. Zeidler. Photographs 188 6 July 1958
Frank P. Zeidler speaking at a meeting. The back reads “enforcement officers”. Photographs 188 6 May 1958
100 Millionth Barrel of Pabst Beer. Mayor Frank P. Zeidler and Burgomeister Georg Reichert, Mettenheim, Germany. Photograph by Fred R. Stanger. Photographs 188 6 May 7, 1958
Small photograph of Frank P. Zeidler speaking at an event. Photographs 188 6 October 28, 1958
Chiropractic Day in Milwaukee. Photograph by Fortune Studio. Photographs 188 6 September 18, 1958
Leadership training Department of Public Works (DPW). Names: Gust Adams, Art Wegner, Patrick Hawley, John Dropnick, William Loth, Al Zaczek, Don Baumann, Julio Rodriguez, Larry Sievers, Warren Braaz, Robert Casper, Oren Diekow, William Gordon, Roy Whitman, Ed Sconsett, Eugene O’Connell, Edmund Holton, John Dederich, Ray Miller, Hugo Schaefer, Ovid Blix, Anthony J. Scholter, Walter H. Tacke, William Brazier, John Saks, Ralph Trindl, Mayor Frank P. Zeidler, H.E. Barg, George Barske, James Arneson, Frank Casper, Paul Hotz, Edward Rutkowski. Photographs 188 6 March 4, 1958
Laying of cornerstone of new city hall. Photographs 188 6 June 1958
Mayor Frank P. Zeidler holding a model plane that says U.S. Air Force, talking to a man in military uniform with the name Dick sewn on his jacket. Photographs 188 6 June 9, 1958
Mayor Frank P. Zeidler with Hawaiian representatives of Avis. Photograph by Genack Studio Photography. Photographs 188 6 1959
Mayor Frank P. Zeidler and with a man dressed up in a costume that looks like a bandit mask, gun in holster. “File gun control”. Photographs 188 6 October 28, 1959
Mayor Frank P. Zeidler and Captain Helmer Saudell on Finnish ship Maria. Photographs 188 6 May 13, 1959
Small photograph, portrait of Frank P. Zeidler taken by Nobumosa Nishizawa. Photographs 188 6 March 19, 1959
Argentine Congressional group, Argentina. Photographs 188 6 21794
Frank P. Zeidler with a group of men. Photograph by Clair Wilson. Photographs 188 6 April 17, 1959
New Municipal Building Dedication Program. Frank P. Zeidler is holding up a key. Names on the photograph are: Lloyd D. Knapp, Commr. Of Public Works; Theo. L. Eschweiler, Architect; John E. Kalupa, City Comptroller. Photographs 188 6 January 20, 1960
Small photograph of Frank P. Zeidler speaking at Memorial Day event. Veterans Administration Center, Wood, Wisconsin. Photographs 188 6 May 30, 1960
Miscellaneous undated small photographs. Various events. Most of the photographs do not have anything written on the back. One is a Christmas card photograph of Frank P. Zeidler with his family, wife Agnes and his children. There are several photographs of Zeidler presenting an award to men in military uniform. Photographs 188 7 undated
Small photograph of Frank P. Zeidler, John Hanley, and Michael Zeidler. Barbershop and getting haircut. Photographs 188 7 undated
Small photographs of the groundbreaking of West Division. Photographs 188 7 undated
Small photograph of Frank P. Zeidler and his wife Agnes at a table with a group of people. Some of the names listed: George, Jos. Krueger, Kurless, Audrie Pelligrew, etc. (illegible). Photographs 188 7 undated
Small photographs of miscellaneous parades. Frank P. Zeidler in car parades. The banners on cars: Welcome Milwaukee Braves, Grand Aerie Officers, Mayor Zeidler, Council Pres. Schreiber. Photographs 188 7 undated
Small photograph of Frank P. Zeidler with wife Agnes Zeidler. Photographs 188 7 undated
Small photograph of Frank P. Zeidler with a group of men in military uniform. There is a banner behind them that reads 434th Military Government Company. Photographs 188 7 undated
Small photograph of Frank P. Zeidler with a man with a tuba musical instrument. Name on back says Bill Bell. Photographs 188 7 undated
Small photograph of the grave of Debs. Names on photograph: Martin H. Miller, W.J. Weil, Mrs. Gussie Johnson, Mrs. Mary Gorman, W.P. Kennedy, Mrs. Marguerite Debs Cooper, Frank P. Zeidler. Photographs 188 7 undated
Small photograph of Frank P. Zeidler walking through a construction site. City hall is off in the distance. Photographs 188 7 undated
Small photograph of Frank P. Zeidler talking with a man. Photograph by Alan T. Parsons. Photographs 188 7 undated
Frank P. Zeidler talking with a group of men. Names on back: Fred A. Erchul; Ray Dryer, Regional Dir., Communication workers, CIO; Mayor Clark Philadelphia; Edward Peil, Wisconsin State Dir., Communication workers, CIO; Robert E. Jordan. Photograph by Fred R. Stanger. Photographs 188 7 undated
Frank P. Zeidler and George Saffron, Budget Supervisor. Photographs 188 7 undated
Frank P. Zeidler performing a swearing in ceremony with a group of men and women raising their hands. Photographs 188 7 undated
Photograph stamped Audio Visual Education Department, Milwaukee Board of School Directors. Photographs 188 7 undated
Frank P. Zeidler presenting a Certificate of Merit for Community School Improvement Awards. Photographs 188 7 undated
Frank P. Zeidler throwing out baseball at stadium. Stamped compliments of Taylor Photos. Photographs 188 7 undated
Ribbon cutting ceremony. Change over from the Vliet Street Car to the trolley bus. Names: Frank P. Zeidler, Billy Bruton (baseball player). Photographs 188 7 undated
Frank P. Zeidler at a church. It looks like it is a meeting with several women. Back of photograph stamped Northwest Reporter. Photographs 188 7 undated
Marquette, large event. Could be a school commencement or something else because there are a lot of people wearing press arm bands, military people. Photographs 188 7 undated
Frank P. Zeidler with a group of men at a dinner. The back of photograph is stamped: Medical Illustration Laboratory, Veterans Administration Hospital. Wood, Wis. Pierre J. LeDoux. Photographs 188 7 undated
Frank P. Zeidler at a banquet. A man is holding a sausage or bratwurst in tongs. Photographs 188 7 undated
Frank P. Zeidler with group of men looking at a small model of a building. WISN press microphone. Photograph by Fred R. Stanger. Photographs 188 7 undated
Signing of federal contract for 3rd ward redevelopment. Names on back: V. Harless, City Comptroller; W. Mattrion, City Attorney; Frank P. Zeidler, Mayor; R. Perrin, Housing director; H. Slater; P. Foss, Alderman. Photographs 188 7 undated
Presentation of plat of land to City of Milwaukee by Mr. Braun. Names on the back of photograph: A. Braun, Elmer Kruger, Ray Henry, Charles W. George, Frank Beaverly (?). Photograph by M. Hans Zielke. Photographs 188 7 undated
Frank P. Zeidler talking at event. Background has a large portrait of Harold J. Fitzgerald, citizen showman. Lots of other posters: Fox, a lifetime in show business; United Hospital Fund; Marine Drive; Milwaukee County Stadium. Photographs 188 7 undated
Ceremony aboard new ship of the French line. Photograph stamped Album photo studio. Bucket of beer on a boat. Photographs 188 7 undated
Frank P. Zeidler signing a piece of paper at his desk. Two women are on either side of him. One is wearing a nurse outfit and the other is wearing a 19th century outfit. Photographs 188 7 undated
Frank P. Zeidler standing outside with a man in military uniform and a women wearing a fancy white dress. In the background there are mannequins wearing protective equipment. Photographs 188 7 undated
Frank P. Zeidler with a group of people opening a large wrapped present with a bow. Photographs 188 7 undated
Frank P. Zeidler with a group of Asian men at banquet. Photographs 188 8 undated
Mayor Zeidler receives Japanese Vase. Names on back of photograph are Chick Honda, Kiyoshi Miyahara, Naotaka Makino. Photographs 188 8 undated
A group of young men/boys with tennis racket and paddle. The boy as a prosthetic hand. Photographs 188 8 undated
Frank P. Zeidler with a young child. Photographs 188 8 undated
Man putting a top hat on Frank P. Zeidler. They are all wearing top hots and have large flowers pinned to their suitcoats. Photographs 188 8 undated
Zeidler with groups of people in office, unnamed. Photographs 188 8 undated
Frank P. Zeidler in office, being presented with a framed certificate that reads: The Great Navy of the State of Nebraska. Photographs 188 8 undated
Frank P. Zeidler with two men in a print shop, there are trays of metal type. Photographs 188 8 undated
Groundbreaking ceremony. U.S. Naval Reserve Training Center, Milwaukee, WI. Frank P. Zeidler holding shovel. Photograph stamped Official U.S. Navy Photograph. Photographs 188 8 undated
Frank P. Zeidler giving a speech outside. Men in uniform holding flags in background. It could be a sports stadium. Photograph by Lloyd W. Goon. Photographs 188 8 undated
Frank P. Zeidler and Fred Waring (?). Photographs 188 8 undated
Duplicate of “Remember When” 1502 Frank P. Zeidler holding the tie of a man. The tie is an illustration of Milwaukee City Hall. Photographs 188 8 undated
Agnes Zeidler, Frank P. Zeidler’s wife. Agnes is holding flower. It looks like she is at church, other women are dressed up. Back of photograph stamped Goff studios. Photographs 188 8 undated
Frank P. Zeidler on helicopter. Name on back of photograph is Ralph. Photographs 188 8 undated
Frank P. Zeidler giving a speech on a ship. Photographs 188 8 undated
Frank P. Zeidler talking with a white woman and African American man. Photographs 188 8 undated
Ribbon cutting ceremony, there is a U.S. Mail truck behind the ribbon. Photographs 188 8 undated
Frank P. Zeidler talking with two men at a meal. Photographer name stamped Tony Neuman. Photographs 188 8 undated
Ovid Blix and Frank P. Zeidler. There is a large map of Milwaukee behind them that reads: Master Plan for the City of Milwaukee. Photographs 188 8 undated
Photographs taken by Look Magazine photographers, not published. Mayor Frank P. Zeidler with Chief of Police J. W. Poleyn; City Treasurer Joseph Krueger; Mayor meeting with men outside Milwaukee City Hall, the sign reads “Welcome Referees in Bankruptcy.” Bankruptcy Referee. Photographs 188 8 undated
Mayor Frank P. Zeidler talking to two men in his office. Commissioner of Public Works and G.C. Saffron, Budget Supervisor. Photographs 188 8 undated
Mayor Frank P. Zeidler at Milwaukee County Braves Stadium, baseball game. Photographs 188 8 undated
Beach photograph with lots of people. Cars driving by. Possibly Bradford Beach/Lincoln Memorial Drive. Lakefront. Photographs 188 8 undated
Large crowd of people outside on the street. Food is being served. There is a banner that reads “Welcome D.P.W.” (?). Photographs 188 8 undated
Photograph labeled “Candidates for Mayor.” Names listed: Zeidler, Schmelter, McGuire, Lapinski, Hombery (?). Photographs 188 8 undated
3 Photographs Mack Aerial Truck #1. Milwaukee Fire Department Bureau of Fire Prevention & Protection. Street View: Ruby Used Cars; Fire Station. Photographs 189 1 July 25, 1955
New way home. Capitol Drive and Lily Road. Photographs 189 1 1951
Milwaukee City Hall Exterior Signs: Children’s Dental Week. Photographs 189 1 1958
Milwaukee City Hall Exterior Signs: Training Makes the Difference: Join the Marines. Photographs 189 1 1957
Milwaukee City Hall Exterior Signs: Welcome National Sheriff’s Association. Photographer: Sam Dorfman. Photographs 189 1 1959
Milwaukee City Hall Exterior Signs: World Champs. Photographs 189 1 1957
Milwaukee City Hall Exterior Signs: Sentinel Sports Show, April. Photographs 189 1 1944
Milwaukee City Hall Exterior Signs: Blue Cross 3rd Anniversary: 100,00 members. Photographs 189 1 1942
Milwaukee City Hall Exterior Signs: Welcome Harley Davidson Dealers. Photographs 189 1 1951
Milwaukee City Hall Exterior Signs: Jr. Achievement Open House. February 28 – March 1. Photograph by Charles Warzala. Photographs 189 1 undated
Milwaukee City Hall Exterior Signs: Welcome A.S.Q.C. Photographs 189 1 circa 1949
Sand Quarries: 3 photographs labeled Badger Silica Sand Co.: Equipment, men in suits, quarry. Photographs 189 1 undated
Sand Quarries: 6 photographs labeled Brownstone Silica Co.: Equipment, men in suits, quarry, processing plant, St. Peters sandstone. Photographs 189 1 undated
Sand Quarries: 5 photographs labeled Portage Manley Sand Co.: Equipment, men in suits, quarry, processing plant, St. Peters sandstone. Photographs 189 1 undated
8 small photographs of locomotive/train. W. Becher Contractor. Operating Engineers Local 139. W.I. Lazynski. Photographs 189 1 undated
2 small photographs of work barges. Covered under operating engineers Local 139 agreement. Photographs 189 1 undated
4 small photographs of Pigeon Hole Parking, Manchester Department Store. Madison, Wisconsin. Photographs 189 1 undated
Street Views: Blight Elimination Project File. North Water St., Kilbourn, State. Photograph by Tony Neuman. Photographs 189 1 1954
Nike Hercules system tests are performed at Western Electric’s Burlington, N.C. Plant. Antennas are shown on top of the Systems Test Building. Photographs 189 1 undated
6 photographs of Nike Hercules missile tests. Hercules and Ajax missiles. U.S. Army. “Defender of American cities from air attack.” Photographs 189 1 circa 1957
3 photographs of diorama model, lakefront, marina, boats. Photographs 189 1 undated
Car parade. One car has a sign that reads “Rescue Unit Supervisor, CD” City of Milwaukee, 126. City vehicles. Photographs 189 1 May 19, 1951
Aerial photograph of County Stadium, baseball stadium. Baseball diamond. Cars in parking lot. Labeled Jaycee Convention. Photographs 189 1 1956
Drawing of a school. Architect proposed model. Principle of school: F.W. Ziegenhagen. Photographs 189 1 undated
Safe Driving Day from Milwaukee Safety Commission. Photograph of 2 busses with signs that read: “Stop, look, live. Driving or walking, stay alive.” Photographs 189 1 November 4, 1954
Aerial view. Panorama of Southwest Washington Redevelopment. Photographs 189 1 undated
Aerial view of Milwaukee downtown. Labeled Jaycee Convention. Photographs 189 1 1956
Drawing of “Northlawn” veteran’s permanent housing project. Housing Authority of city of Milwaukee. Richard W.E. Perrin, Executive Director; Leigh Hunt, Chairman; Peter T. Schormann, Vice Chairman; Leon M. Gurda, Mrs. Walter P. Blount, Cecil A. Fischer, Commissioners. Fritz von Grossman, Ralph E. Scharfer, George G. Schneider, Frederick J. Schweitzer, Walter M. Trapp, Architects. Photographs 189 1 1950
Drawing of Milwaukee Public Museum. Eschweiler and Eschweiler, architects. Photographs 189 1 September, 1960
Department store in Buffalo, New York. Sattler’s. Sign that reads “Milwaukee Sends its Best Buys to You!” Photographs 189 1 Marc h 1952
Conditions: Fire on Reservoir Ave. Photographs by H. Hiller. 12 photographs. Various pictures of fire damage and a police officer inspecting property. Photographs 189 2 December 18, 1950
Conditions: Gas Explosion, 2019-2021 North 7th Street. 21 photographs depicting property damage. Some of the photographs were taken by Lieutenant Fred C. Barth, Milwaukee Fire Department, Bureau of Fire Prevention & Protection. Photographs 189 2 January 10, 1951
Conditions: Fire at 5115 N. Silver Spring Drive. 11 photographs. Most of them taken by Captain Fred C. Barth, Milwaukee Fire Department, Bureau of Fire Prevention & Protection. Photographs 189 2 May 2, 1953
Conditions: Fire Damage: 806-808 N. 6th street, Tavern and rooming house. Photographs 189 2 January 29, 1951
Conditions: no address. Photographs 189 2 1955
Conditions: Fire Damage" 1730-1732 W. Center Street, two story frame residence, next door to building Jerry's Bar. 4 photographs. Milwaukee Fire Department, Bureau of Fire Prevention & Protection. Photographs 189 2 December 12, 1957
Conditions: N. 47th and N. 48th St. 2 photographs. Labeled “Complaints”. Photographs 189 2 June 28, 1954
Conditions: Labeled “Annexation.” Home of John Kowaleski located at 4506 S. Adams Ave. in the Town of Lake. Photograph by Fred R. Stranger. Photographs 189 2 January 5, 1949
Conditions: View of dam on Milwaukee River taken from Rohn Swimming School. Not there is no protection for children and the dam itself. Photograph by Earl Tetzlaff. Photographs 189 2 September 17, 1948
Conditions: The “Blue Hole” Milwaukee River, Garbage. Aerial photograph, parking lots. Photographs 189 2 March 9, 1953
Conditions: Complaints, flood conditions. Showing water by houses. Photographs 189 2 October 23, 1957
Conditions: North 44th St. 10 photographs. Photographs 189 2 1950-1951
Conditions: Several photographs glued to a sheet of paper describing how it is difficult for children to cross intersections to get to school or recreation areas. Aerial photographs. Holy Redeemer School. 25th St. and Capitol Intersection. Photographs 189 2 September 17, 1954
Conditions: 2 aerial photographs. Photographs 189 2 undated
Conditions: Aerial photograph of Strobo Research Company, 4351 North 35th St. Photographs 189 2 1947
Conditions: Aerial photograph of Strobo Research Company, 4351 North 35th St. Photographs 189 2 1954
Conditions: Community development. Business Evinrude Outbound Motors. Photographs 189 2 1957-1958
Conditions: Car traffic of 4060 N. Hawley Road looking north toward Valley Forge Drive. 189 2 May 5, 1953
Conditions: Car traffic on Hawley Road. Photographs 189 2 May 5, 1953
Conditions: Parking meters, shows a parking attendant collecting money. Super market in background. Photographs 189 3 January 23, 1953
Conditions: 324-326 N. Broadway. Milwaukee Health Department, Environmental Sanitation. Shows trash on street. Photographs 189 3 June 11, 1954
Condition: 3 photographs of overflowing trashcans on city streets. Filed under complaints. Photographs 189 3 1956
Conditions: 10 photographs stamped the same date. Some of addresses written on the back: Louis Goldbery and Sons Commission Merchants, 1324 N. 5th St.; Badger Wholesale Meat and Provision Co. 518 W. Vliet or Becker Meat and Provision W. McKinley; 1600 Block N. 27th St.; Wisconsin Display Studios, 1124 N. 5th St.; Photographs of streets, stores, taverns, people riding bikes, trash cans. Photographs 189 3 February 24, 1957
Conditions: 6 photographs taken by Jerry Elton with same date. They are all labeled parking lots on 6th St. and Wisconsin Ave. Photographs 189 3 October 23, 1959
Conditions: Food Shipment. 6 photographs of the block of 300 N. Broadway. Delivery trucks, people sitting at tables, produce in bags. F.G. Schulz company. Photographs 189 3 1955
Conditions: Food Shipment. 6 photographs of the block of 400 N. Broadway. Delivery trucks, boxes, warehouses, James Gagliano, Sunkist Oranges. Photographs 189 3 1955
Conditions: Food Shipment. 3 photographs of block 1300 N. 5th St. Aerial view of warehouses. Car being loaded. Potatoes. Photographs 189 3 1955
Conditions: Food Shipment. 3 photographs of block of 500 W. McKinley. Delivery trucks being loaded with boxes. A. Recht. Photographs 189 3 1955
Conditions: Food Shipment. 1 photograph of McKinley and N. 6th St. Becker Meat & Provision Co. Photographs 189 3 1955
Conditions: 8 photographs of Commission Row. Food packing and distribution. Cianciolo Bros. Louis Dobbratz Co. Maglio Co. Sunkist Oranges. Photographs 189 3 February 24, 1957
Conditions: Assorted: N. 8th St., North Side. Name on back: Sheehan. Photographs of houses and yards, residential. Photographs 189 3 undated
Conditions: Assorted: West side of N. 9th St. North of Messmer. Photographs of houses and yards, residential. Photographs 189 3 undated
Conditions: Assorted: Fiebrantz Ave and Green Bay Ave. N. 10th St. Photographs of houses and yards, residential. Billboards. Photographs 189 3 undated
Conditions: Assorted: Green Bay Ave and N. 9th St., South of Capitol Dr. Residential, houses and yards. Photographs 189 3 undated
Conditions: Assorted: 13th Ward. 6 photographs of residential streets, houses and yards, corner stores. The Eureka Laundry Co. Photographs 189 3 undated
Conditions: Assorted: Duplex Flat 4055 N. 9th St., between W. Messmer and W. Fiebrantz. Residential house and yard. Photographs 189 3 undated
Conditions: Assorted: 4089 N. 9th St. between W. Messmer and W. Fiebrantz. Residential house and yard. Bungalow. Photographs 189 3 undated
Conditions: Assorted: West side of 9th St. between W. Messmer and W. Fiebrantz. Residential houses and yards. Bungalow. Photographs 189 3 undated
Conditions: Assorted: West side of 8th St. Looking north from W. Fiebrantz. Residential houses and yards. Bungalow. Name on back: Sheehan. Photographs 189 3 January 6
Conditions: Assorted: North east corner of North 8th St. and W. Messmer. 4100 N. 8th St. Red brick veneer. Photographs 189 3 undated
Conditions: Assorted: West side of street. 4133 N. 8thSt. North of W. Messmer to dead end. Brick veneer. Photographs 189 3 undated
Conditions: Assorted: 15 photographs of city lots, city vehicles (garbage trucks, sanitation, etc.), underpass bridges, viaduct. City of Milwaukee employee parking. Bureau of Traffic and Electric Services. Streets: Muskego. Photograph by E. Dittlof (?). Photographs 189 3 undated
Conditions: Assorted: West side of N. 8th St. Messmer. Photographs of houses and yards, residential. Photographs 189 3 undated
Conditions: Assorted: Labeled land commission, photograph shows street with cars on it in front of a building. Photographs 189 3 1949
Conditions: Assorted: Showing the property of Frank Sanfelippo of 617-619 N. Cass St. and city owned parking lot. The Wisconsin Gas Building is in the background. Photographs 189 3 1955-1957, undated
Conditions: Assorted: 617-619 N. Cass St. and parking lot. Photographs 189 3 1955-1957, undated
Conditions: Assorted: 2 photographs showing street conditions, bottled of beer and other alcohol on the ground. Restaurant storefront for Southern Fried Chicken. Photograph by John John, Traffic Bureau. Photographs 189 3 July 2, 1956
Conditions: Assorted: Several photographs of surrounding area of S. 72nd St. bridge at Honey Creek. Fields, brick house. Photographs 189 3 July 5, 1957
Conditions: Assorted: 2226 S. 4th St., Health Department. Photograph of house and yard. Photographs 189 3 March 15, 1956
Conditions: Assorted: View of buildings being demolished on location of new city hall annex, taken from the first floor of City Hall. Church in background. Crane. Photographs 189 3 December 13, 1956
Conditions: Assorted: 2510 Woodland Drive. Eugene, Oregon? Robert and Vernice. Photographs 189 3 1957
Conditions: Assorted: 4 photographs of X Serio Property, 3507 S. Sunset Drive. Residential houses and yards. Photographs 189 3 December 19, 1957
Conditions: Assorted: 2 photograph of residential homes and yards, field with cars in it. E.A. Voight. Photographs 189 3 1958
Conditions: Assorted: photograph of 4 gang members. Their jackets have skulls on the back and the name Death Riders. Photograph by W. Severson, Traffic Bureau. Photographs 189 3 January 22, 1958
Conditions: Assorted: 2 photographs: W. Wilbur Ave., W. Crawford Ave. Photographs 189 3 April 13, 1959
Conditions: Assorted: W. Keefe St., 3424 N. 8th St. Residential houses. Photographs 189 3 January 6, 1959
Garbage collection in Vienna, Austria. 7 photographs of garbage trucks, garbage dumb, garbage cans, men collecting garbage. Photographs 189 4 1950
Korean War Fundraiser: Members of the United Nations’ Korean Servicemen’s tour signing Mayor Zeidler’s guest book in the mayors office. Photograph by Rogas and Stanger, Inc. Photographs 189 5 November 12, 1951
Korean War Fundraiser: United Nations’ committee luncheon at Blatz auditorium, entertaining UN Korean servicemen on a nationwide tour to publicize unity, the Red Cross blood program, the Defense Bond program, and defense production. Photograph by Rogas and Stanger, Inc. Photographs 189 5 November 12, 1951
Korean War Fundraiser: Members of United Nations’ Korean servicemen’s tour at civic reception at Miller Brewing Company. Men in military uniform having beers. Photograph by Rogas and Stanger, Inc. Photographs 189 5 November 12, 1951
Korean War Fundraiser: Members of United Nations’ Korean servicemen’s tour visited the Blood Center at 763 N. 18th St. A woman lays down on the table giving blood, talking to men in military uniforms. Photograph by Rogas and Stanger, Inc. Photographs 189 5 November 12, 1951
Korean War Fundraiser: Photographs of General Mitchell Airfield showing the members of the United Nations’ Korean servicemen’s tour arrived. Airplanes, cars. Photograph by Rogas and Stanger, Inc. Photographs 189 5 November 12, 1951
Korean War Fundraiser: Street view of banner that was hung to welcome the United Nations’ Korean veterans. Wisconsin Ave. Lots of stores, Riverside Theater. Sign reads: “Welcome UN Veterans of Korea, Defenders of Freedom.” Photograph by Rogas and Stanger, Inc. Photographs 189 5 November 12, 1951
Korean War Fundraiser: City hall with banner that reads: “Welcome UN Veterans of Korea, Defenders of Freedom.” There are several parked motorcycles in front of building. Photograph by Rogas and Stanger, Inc. Photographs 189 5 November 12, 1951
Korean War Fundraiser: Members of United Nations’ Korean Servicemen’s tour in Milwaukee, take a bow at the ICE review at the arena where they were guests. Photographer: Rogas and Stanger, Inc. Photographs 189 5 November 12, 1951
Korean War Fundraiser: Members of United Nations’ Korean Servicemen’s tour in Milwaukee, at Schlitz Brown Bottle, luncheon sponsored by Milwaukee County Red Cross Chapter and the Junior League Blood Center. Photograph by Rogas and Stanger, Inc. Photographs 189 5 November 12, 1951
Korean War Fundraiser: Warner Theater marquee sign reads” Welcome Defenders of Freedom” for United Nations’ Korean Servicemen’s tour to Milwaukee. Movies are “The Tanks are Coming” with Steve Cochran, Mari Aldon and “Elephant Stampede” Warner Color Cartoon. 212 W Wisconsin Ave. Photograph by Rogas and Stanger, Inc. Photographs 189 5 November 12, 1951
Korean War Fundraiser: Members of the United Nation’s Korean serviceman’s tour at luncheon at Pabst Blue Ribbon Hall, sponsored by Defense Bond Committee. Photograph by Rogas and Stanger, Inc. Photographs 189 5 November 12, 1951
Korean War Fundraiser: Members of the United Nation’s Korean serviceman’s tour at WTMJ-TV, the Milwaukee Journal Station, news cast filming. Photograph by Rogas and Stanger, Inc. Photographs 189 5 November 12, 1951
Korean War Fundraiser: Mayor Zeidler greets the American representative of the United Nation’s Korean Servicemen’s tour in his office. Several photographs of Mayor Zeidler shaking hands with soldiers. Photograph by Rogas and Stanger, Inc. Photographs 189 5 November 12, 1951
Korean War Fundraiser: Car parade in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Stamped Word Affairs Council. Photographs 189 5 1951
Korean War Fundraiser: United Nations’ Korean servicemen were guests at the Association of Commerce dinner at Schroeder Hotel. Photograph by Rogas and Stranger, Inc. Photographs 189 5 November 12, 1951
Korean War Fundraiser: City Hall electric sign reads “Welcome Defenders of Freedom.” Photograph by Rogas and Stranger. Photographs 189 5 November 12, 1951
Korean War Fundraiser: Car parked in front of City Hall with signs attached. They read “Defend America. Buy U.S Defense Bonds” and “Blood for Defense.” Photograph by Rogas and Stranger, Inc. Photographs 189 5 November 12, 1951
Korean War Fundraiser: Group of United Nation’s Korean Veterans visit the Blood Center at 763 N. 18th St. following a luncheon in their honor at the Brown Bottle. Photographs 189 5 November 12, 1951
Korean War Fundraiser: 6 photographs of United Nations Service Men’s Tour Group: John Koldyk, Ziya Buras, J. P. Neithercut, T. Pretorious, Kim Chin Bea, Francisco Gusman, Walter Seteffen, R.A. Baldwin, Keith R. Meggs, Celerino Mabao, Kushal, Molla Kebede, Allen E. Camichael. International military people. Some names are illegible. Official Army Photo Released by the Department of Defense. Men standing outside military aircraft plane, United States Air Force. Photographs 189 5 1951
Korean War Fundraiser: New Zealand Officer Keith I. Knight and Australian Flight Sergeant Keith R. Meggs. Philadelphia, at Liberty Bell. Photographs 189 5 1951
Korean War Fundraiser: United States Aviation Electronic Mated Joseph P. Neithercat, India Private Kushal, Red Cross Worker Mrs. Abraham Cohen, Elkin Park, MD. Philadelphia. American Red Cross Worker shows two military people a sign that reads “Blood is Life. Share.” Photographs 189 5 1951
Korean War Fundraiser: Men push a wagon onto a United States aircraft airplane. The wagon reads “Be a Modern ’49. Invest in U.S. Savings Bonds. Join the Opportunity Drive.” Back of photograph reads: “The covered wagon, symbol of the American frontier history and opportunity, has stepped from the pages of history to board Army and Navy transport planes to take part in the Treasury Department’s Opportunity Savinsing Bond Drive.” War Bonds. Photographs 189 5 1951
Korean War Fundraiser: United Nations’ servicemen at dinner at Schroeder Hotel. Photographs 189 5 November 12, 1951
Eleanor Roosevelt and Mayor Frank P. Zeidler. Eleanor Roosevelt was in town to attend the mayor’s Commission on Human Rights Meeting. Photographs 189 6 September 1952
Photograph of Frank P. Zeidler in a car with Harry S. Truman. Photographs 189 6 undated
Unlabeled photograph of Frank P. Zeidler giving a speech at a podium that reads “Seal of the President of the United States”. Photographs 189 6 undated
Two photographs of Eddie Cantor with Frank P. Zeidler. One is signed and one is unsigned. Photographs 189 6 undated
Lillian Brooke with Frank P. Zeidler and Agnes Zeidler. Signed. Photographs 189 6 June 12, 1956
Signed photograph of Hall of Fame plaque for Burleign Arland Grimes, baseball player. Sports. Photographs 189 6 1954
10 photographs of an event for General Douglas MacArthur in ceremonies in front of the courthouse. Crowd shots. Close ups of the stage with Frank P. Zeidler; Paul Pratt, president of the Association of Commerce and chairman of the MacArthur homecoming; Governor Walter Jodok Kohler, Jr. Photographs 189 6 1951
Unlabeled photograph of a woman at the beach with a Hawaiian flower lei around her neck. United Airlines photo. Photographs 189 6 undated
Signed photograph of the Wacky Wizard of Waukesha, Russ Oakes. Photographs 189 6 undated
Two men in military uniform. “Here comes the Navy” Pat and Jimmy. Photographs 189 6 undated
Portrait of a man with a mustache. There is a signed note but the name is illegible, possible Hans Carleton? Civil Defense Council. Photographs 189 6 undated
Signed photograph of Sammy Kaye, American bandleader and songwriter. Photographs 189 6 undated
Portrait of a man, name illegible. Civil Defense Council. Photographs 189 6 1956
Portrait of Alderman James H. Collins. Photographs 189 6 November 1955
2 portraits of Pat O'Brien. Photographs 189 6 undated
Photograph of a dinner with the governor of Alaska Mike Stepovich. Photographs 189 6 undated
Two small photographs of Governor Adlai Stevenson of Illinois , 1956 Democratic candidate for president. A woman holds up purse with Adlai’s Stevenson’s name on it. Photographs 189 6 1956
Small photographs of a man in Western outfit holding a python snake up in front of children (Vienna boys choir). Signed with a name that is illegible, Larry Hautz? Photographs 189 6 undated
Portraits of Frank P. Zeidler, many headshots and photographs taken in his office showing him working. There is also a drawing of his head with the Milwaukee flag and city hall and a Socialist Party logo. Photographs 189 7 undated
Dedication of Solomon Juneau monument in Calvary Cemetery. Dedicated by the Milwaukee Common Council. Frank P. Zeidler with granddaughter of Juneau. Oversized 195 1949
Frank P. Zeidler with two men who are looking at a diorama model. Oversized 195 circa 1950
Frank P. Zeidler with three men in front of window with a street view outside. Oversized 195 April 16, 1949
Frank P. Zeidler crowing a woman who is wearing a pageant sash and cape. Beauty pageant? Oversized 195 undated
Frank P. Zeidler holding framed picture "Old Smoky Steam Locomotive Exhibit". Oversized 195 1957
Frank P. Zeidler and the Board of Election Commissioners. Oversized 195 1949
Allstate Safety Crusade, Certificate of Commendation Plaques 193 1959
Milwaukee Association of Insurance Agents, Distinguished Service Citation Plaques 193 1960
Milwaukee Junior Chamber of Commerce, Good Government Award Plaques 193 1956
Milwaukee Council for Adult Learning Plaques 193 1959
Order of the Thistle, Scots Guards Plaques 193 1955
Milwaukee Fraternal Congress, Spirit Award Plaques 193 1960
Milwaukee Deutsche Zeitung, Promoting Soccer Plaques 193 undated
Fraternal Order of the Eagles, Civic Service Award Plaques 194 1949
Milwaukee County USO Committee Plaques 194 1960
Order of the Thistle Plaques 194 1957
Badger Association of the Blind Plaques 194 1960
Fraternal Order of the Eagles, Fiorello LaGuardia Award Plaques 194 1960