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Urban spelunking: Gettelman Mansion

Published Aug. 6, 2019

While the beautiful and stately buff brick home at 2929 W. Highland Blvd., in the Concordia Neighborhood, is, these days, called the Gettelman Mansion, that name obscures the fact that it exists not because of any Gettelman family member, but, rather, because of a man named William Starke.

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Urban spelunking: David Barnett Gallery / Henry H. Button House

Published June 3, 2019

It's difficult to imagine how Prospect Avenue on the lower East Side once looked, lined on both sides with stately 19th century mansions. But, thankfully, at least a few examples survive to give us an idea. One of the loveliest is 1875 Italianate home, at 1024 E. State St., that has been home to the David Barnett Gallery for nearly 35 years.

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Don't blink or you could miss this Barkhausen gem

Published July 16, 2014

Every week I drive past this place on 21st and Highland and it catches my eye. Though I haven't stopped and knocked on the door yet, I've been doing a little digging to see what I can find about the church at 1102 N. 21st St.

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Urban spelunking: Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church

Published Nov. 21, 2013

You can spend thousands of dollars to fly to Europe and see some really beautiful churches. Or you can do much the same thing for free here in Milwaukee, where it seems nearly every block is within singing distance of a church. One of the most beautiful - and remarkably unchanged - churches is Trinity Evangelical Lutheran, 1046 N. 9th St., designed by Frederick Velguth, and resident on just about any register of historic places you can think of - city, state, national.

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Urban spelunking: German-English Academy

Published Oct. 28, 2013

The exterior of the German-English Academy, owned now for a second time by MSOE, is a stunner. Two gorgeous cream city brick schoolhouses have been connected to create an architectural and educational landmark at 1020 N. Broadway. We got a chance to go inside recently, and here's what we found.

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