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Communists View MacArthur

Date: 1950
Description: Political cartoon of General Douglas MacArthur and Trygve Lie entitled "Please, here's the towel" and captioned "The UN voting machine ratifying the Americ...
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Associated Press Office

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Description: The London office of the Associated Press, with Alvin Steinkopf working at his typewriter, center rear.
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Displaced Persons

Date: 1945
Description: Foreign correspondent Alvin J. Steinkopf saying goodbye to Czechoslovakian children after interviewing them about their relief needs.
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Associated Press Office

Date: 1946
Description: Employees of the Associated Press in Prague shortly after the end of World War II: left to right, Dashenka, Juta Turkova, Alvin Steinkopf (in his war corre...
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Viennese Coffee

Date: 1935
Description: Irene Steinkopf, wife of Associated Press foreign correspondent Alvin J. Steinkopf and a former Milwaukee journalist, tastes her first Viennese coffee with...
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Shopping for Sausage

Date: 1935
Description: Irene Steinkopf, a former Milwaukee journalist, shops for sausage in Vienna where her husband had been assigned by the Associated Press. A bit much for two...
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Interview with a Star

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Description: Irene Norman, film editor of the "Milwaukee Sentinel," interviewing the film star Bebe Daniels.
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Evening Wisconsin Newspaper Staff

Date: 1916
Description: Staff of the "Evening Wisconsin" newspaper. Left to right: 1) Alvin Steinkopf, 2) Jessica Knowles, 3) John R. Wolf, and 4) Arthur Dering.
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Newspaper Speakeasy

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Description: A keg of Prohibition Era beer in the darkroom of the "Milwaukee Sentinel" being enjoyed by newspapermen: (left to right) Red Thisted, Eddie Oroth, Guy Hels...
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Large Radio

Date: 1927
Description: Newspaperman Alvin Steinkopf leaning on a large radio in his Milwaukee apartment. Steinkopf is wearing a bow tie and holding a cigar in his hand.
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Milwaukee Apartment

Date: 1932
Description: The living room of the East Juneau Street apartment of Alvin and Irene Steinkopf, both employed by the "Milwaukee Sentinel".
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Funny Papers and Alvin Steinkopf

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Description: Still wearing his pajamas, "Milwaukee Sentinel" editor Alvin Steinkopf reads the newspaper. The popular comic strip, "Gasoline Alley," can be seen on the...
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Reporters Hangout

Date: October 1947
Description: The Press Club Bar in the New York Herald Tribune Building in Paris, France.
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Newspaper Office

Date: 1947
Description: Correspondents in the Paris office of the Associated Press. Only Tom Williams, who is looking toward the camera, has been identified.
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Dressed to the Nines

Date: 1930
Description: Irene Steinkopf, motion picture editor of the Milwaukee Sentinel, dressed in a floor-length gown for an evening on the town.
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Dessicated Cat Mascot, Anubis

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Description: Ellen MacQuarrie (later Ellen Wilson), a journalist at the "Milwaukee Journal" and the wife of Gordon MacQuarrie, looking at Anubis, the dessicated cat tha...
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Inspection of Ambulance Company No 1

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Description: Inspection of Ambulance Company No 1, of which Alvin Steinkopf of Milwaukee was a member, in training at Camp Macarthur. It is not clear which arrow points...
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Ernest G. Fischer

Date: 1942
Description: Informal portrait of Association Press correspondent Ernest G. Fischer while he was held at Bad Nauheim during World War II. Fischer's papers are part of t...
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Dr. Miloslavich

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Description: Dr. Edward L. Miloslavich (center), formerly a Milwaukee police surgeon, seen here in his office in Zagred, Yugoslavia. Dr. Miloslavich played a role in th...
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Prague Newspaper Office

Date: March 1948
Description: Alvin Steinkopf (left) and Abe Goldberg, two members of the Associated Press staff in Prague. Steinkopf began his career in Milwaukee and reported for the...

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