Bayshore, at Silver Spring Drive and Port Washington Road, just east of I, has attracted apartment residents who work throughout the Milwaukee area, and Glendale officials hope to soon see progress on long-delayed plans to develop housing units on the town center's eastern edge. I do recall the parking lot director at Sears down by Mitchell Chapman's was a Great company to work for. I was the hardline illustrator and layout artist for TA Chapman's from around or 73 until
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I now know why nobody I know has ever heard of them Thank you for sharing all your memories! Needed a word to rhyme with Crop Circle and my memory banks immediately dug up "Snirkle". Did a google search and sho' nuff one of the hits was your website. Went to Grade School at Tippecanoe. And, nobody since has made Turkish Taffy as good as the bars we could buy in the little shop right next to the Avalon or Bay Movie Theaters.
Hope my memories make your site. Fond regards, John B. Had a great time at our 50 year reunion there last Sept. I grew up in Southlawn Housing Project At the time it was for low income veterans.
Southgate was my childhood stomping grounds. Best Site I've ever come across! So many happy memories.
I also attended Pulaski High which was a feeder to Leon's and Mazo's, a few more Milwaukee landmarks. Again thanks for the memories Mark Wisniewski" Great Memories I am 43 years old and was born and raised in Milwaukee, and It was great reliving alot of great memories on this site. Great memories one and all!! Born in Milwaukee You want proof that you can't take the Milwaukee out of the boy? I was born in Milwaukee in We, actually, lived on th Street in Wauwatosa, in those days.
I remember swimming at, either, Hoyt Park, or Greenfield Park, depending on which one was least crowded.
Until the summer of , I hadn't been to Milwaukee since I have lived in Houston since Last summer, I reached the point where I had to 'go back home'. I fell in love with Milwaukee all over again. Since I can't stand cold weather, living there would be pretty tough. Still, having been well traveled during my life, I can tell you that you have a city to be immensely proud of.
Last June , I took my wife and kids to Milwaukee. As much as I was impressed with all that was new, I was far more impressed with how much was still there, intact, and looking better than ever, not the least of which was my old neighborhood!
I took the kids to see my kindergarten and first grade classrooms at Underwood School at the foot of th Street at W. They were, for the most part, unchanged. The old house was immaculate! Here's a special memory. The last summer we lived there, my dad had to take a flight out of the old Layton Avenue Terminal for Cleveland.
I tagged along with Mom to drop Dad off. As we walked into the terminal, we noticed a bit of a ruckus going on inside. There was a large crowd of ladies and people with cameras. Turns out, it was Liberace, getting ready to take a flight out, too. In fact, he was on my dad's plane, on his way to a concert in Cleveland!
Keep taking good care of Milwaukee. While that town holds a lot of great memories for me, I want you to know that, today, she looks better than ever. I enjoyed looking at the Retro- Milwaukee web site. I have a few more nostalgia places: Also, the skating rink at Sherman Park. I just thought of another one: Grew up in Milwaukee in the 50's and 60's. Now I know I'm going back this summer on vacation. Milwaukee Heritage "What a wonderful walk down memory lane..
I moved from Milwaukee in to southwest Florida.. There are memories in here that I want my son and grandchildren to know about their heritage Don't forget Leon's custard..
I remember going to the Captains Steak Joint and wanting to eat nothing but their cheese fondue. I've tried sooooooooooooo hard to get that recipe, or something close, but haven't had any luck. If you could get this for me it would mean the world. I have alot of very good memories about that place. Please see what you can do ok? Thank you, thank you. Reflections " I was born in Milwaukee in We lived in an apartment building at N. I would go to sleep by the light of a giant neon Ford Crest emblem blinking on and off.
Later I would go to 27th St. Used to enjoy riding the trolley on Wells street. Our family lived on 24th Place and Vliet for years. The Zoo at Washington Park was wonderful.
The 1st year of Summerfest. I definitely was born at the right time. I still can't skate. We were '68 grads from Washington H. Thanks again for the memories. Four things I remember that I didn't see mentioned are: Golden Guernsey milk man and his truck 3.
And now, with the passing of Fritz Dinesen, memories come back of him when he was in the "city of Sowt Milvawkee" Thanks, Z. Brings back a lot of memories What was that all about anyway? There was a guy with a strange answering machine message - these were rare in the late 60's - called himself Wrecker John - people used to call the number to hear his message which would change every few days.
I do recall the parking lot director at Sears down by Mitchell Bus stops where the metal sign said "Car Stop"? Voter registration lists tied to light polls at election time? Knife sharpeners pushing carts through the neighborhoods with bells that rang that were driven by the wheels? Produce trucks selling in the neighborhoods - they'd call Potatoes - Tomatoes - Sweet - a - Corn!
When you shopped at Gimbels downtown - having taken the 11 Streetcar - they'd deliver your purchases to your home?
The deliveries were made by Barry transport in green trucks..
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