The Milwaukee Herold and Seebote is one of many German language newspapers that catered to Milwaukee's growing German population at the turn of the century. This paper was found under the corner stone of the former St. Mary's Convent and Nursing home that was at the corner of 35th and Center Streets in Milwaukee. Read the news from around the world and Milwaukee from May 27, 1900.
Food for thought?
How would you communicate with the future? What can you use today that will last 113-years? What language would you choose? Would you use a jump drive? A cd-rom, a DVD or ??? Where would you put it in a building?
Files are in two formats Low Rez for quick down load and High Rez for a detailed look. Pages are number with U and L. Page 1 U means Page 1 upper half. Page 1 L means Page 1 lower half.
- Top = The upper half of the page or "above the fold"
- Bottom = The lower half of the page or "below the fold"
- high rez = A high resolution image for detailed viewing
- low rez = A low resoltion image for quick downloading