This shot at the corner of 5th and Wisconsin is just one of the recently found photos unearthed by a couple of amateur photographers in a Bayview antique store.
Adam Levin and Karl Bandow bought the slides from Leonard Budney (middle), the owner of American Estates.
What they found was a fascinating snapshot at how our city used to look.
The hundreds of old Kodachrome slides captured views the younger generation has never been able to see.
The old Strand Theater stood at 5th and Wisconsin.
Milwaukee loves its summer festivals, and this is what one looked like on Brady Street in the '70s.
Walgreens stores are still around, but this one is long gone. The 300 block of West Wisconsin now hosts the Henry S. Reuss Federal Plaza and the Shops of Grand Avenue.
4th and Wisconsin was once home to a Budget car rental office. Today, it's the Wisconsin Center.
10th and Mitchell on the city's south side.
A crew hard at work building the Wisconsin Avenue Bridge over the Milwaukee River.
Another view of the Strand Theatre on West Wisconsin Avenue
North Water Street