Wisconsin: A Guide to the Badger State

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Milwaukee

Railroad Stations : 321 W. Everett St. (Downtown) and 3315 W. Cameron Ave. (Northwest Side) for Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul & Pacific R. R.; 915 E. Wisconsin Ave. (Downtown) for Chicago and North Western Ry.; 231 W. Michigan St. for Milwaukee Electric Ry. and Transit Co. (interurban electric) and Minneapolis, St. Paul and Sault Ste. Marie Ry.; 537 W. Michigan St. for Chicago, North Shore and Milwaukee R. R. (electric).

Bus Stations : National Trailways System Depot, 631 N. 6th St., for Central Trailways; Public Service Bldg., 231 W. Michigan St., for Wisconsin Motor Bus Lines, Northland Greyhound Lines, Northwestern Stages, and Midland Coaches.

Airports : Milwaukee County Airport, E. Layton Ave. (County Y) between S. Griffin and S. Brust Aves., 9 1/2 m. SW. of North Western Depot, for Northwest Airlines and Pennsylvania Central Airlines; taxi 95¢, time 30 min.; Milwaukee Seadrome, E. end of E. Wisconsin Ave., no scheduled service; Curtiss- Wright Airport, US 41 and W. Silver Spring Drive, 12 m. NW. of North Western Depot; no scheduled service.

Taxis : Zone system; 25¢ for first zone and 15¢ for each succeeding zone; one to five passengers; 15¢ for each extra stop.

Streetcars and Local Busses : Streetcars: fare 10¢, 6 tickets for 50¢; suburban fare, add 3¢ for each zone or 20 zone tickets for 50¢; weekly passes $1 to $1.75, according to zone. Busses: fare 10¢, weekly pass $1.25, no transfers. Chicago, North Shore and Milwaukee Local, fare 5¢.

Steamship and Car Ferry Lines : Operate daily and Sunday throughout year, weather permitting. 350 N. Plankinton Ave. for Wisconsin and Michigan Steamship Co.; sailings at 11:30 p.m. to Muskegon, Mich.; 1940 S. Kinnickinnic Ave. for Pere Marquette Ry. Co.; sailings at 2 a.m. and 10 a.m. from E. Maple St. docks and at 7:30 p.m. from E. Bay St. dock to Ludington, Mich.; foot of E. Bay St. for Grand Trunk Western Ry. Co.; sailings at 8 a.m., 2 p.m., 7 p.m., and about midnight to Muskegon, Mich. All lines except Grand Trunk carry automobiles. Dock at 324 N. Plankinton Ave. for Chicago Milwaukee Line; excursions during summer only between Milwaukee and Chicago. Boat arrives at Milwaukee 2 p.m., leaves at 5 p.m.

Traffic Regulations : Overnight parking on streets prohibited; U turns only at intersections without signs, lights, or traffic officers.

Accommodations : Eighty-three hotels; tourist camp in Grant Park on State 42, 9.8 m. south of North Western Depot.

Street Numbering : Base line for north and south numbering, E. Menomonee St. on East Side, and W. Canal and W. Stevenson Sts. on West Side. East and west base line N. and S. 1st St., Milwaukee River, and S. Chase Ave.

Information Service : Milwaukee Motor Club, 312 E. Mason St.; Milwaukee Association of Commerce, 611: N. Broadway.

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