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The Beulah Brinton House is the headquarters for the Bay View Historical Society. It is frequently used in Society functions. The Bay View Historical Society Archives are upstairs, and are available for viewing during the afternoon of every third Saturday of the month. The gift shop sells vintage-style postcards of early Bay View and Bay View souvenirs. The Beulah Brinton house contains an archive of antiques in the home, including dresses, hats, photos, and paintings from the 1870s.

The home is the venue for two independent annual series of concerts organized by HouseConcertsMKE.com and Organic Arts.

The Beulah Brinton House parlor and outdoor gazebo are available for weddings, meetings, and community events. For contact and location information click here.

FULL SCREEN VIRTUAL TOUR HERE

TOUR QUIZ HERE



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You can find the answers to the Beulah Brinton House quiz in the 360° tour.  Make sure to watch all the tour videos and to check out all the info links in the tour to get the answers!  You will need to sign up for a FREE VRtour.Guide account to view and answer quiz questions.

FULL SCREEN VIRTUAL TOUR HERE





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The Beulah Brinton House is the headquarters for the Bay View Historical Society. It is frequently used in Society functions. The Bay View Historical Society Archives are upstairs, and are available for viewing during the afternoon of every third Saturday of the month. The gift shop sells vintage-style postcards of early Bay View and Bay View souvenirs. The Beulah Brinton house contains an archive of antiques in the home, including dresses, hats, photos, and paintings from the 1870s.

The home is the venue for two independent annual series of concerts organized by HouseConcertsMKE.com and Organic Arts.

The Beulah Brinton House parlor and outdoor gazebo are available for weddings, meetings, and community events. For contact and location information click here.

FULL SCREEN VIRTUAL TOUR HERE

TOUR QUIZ HERE



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The Chudnow Museum of Yesteryear, a non-profit organization, operates as a Milwaukee history museum in a historic building displaying the late Avrum Chudnow’s (1913-2005) extensive and eclectic collection of early 20th Century Americana. The museum contains various shops and exhibits from his collection, from between the World Wars, chiefly the 1920's and 1930's era.  Not only will local Milwaukeeans and visitors enjoy the unique and intimate nature of the collection, but local schools will be able to offer their students a curriculum-based and rewarding experience. Visit us at 839 North 11th Street in Milwaukee.

FULL SCREEN VIRTUAL TOUR HERE