The People's Flag of Milwaukee

The People's Flag of Milwaukee

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The sun rising over Lake Michigan. Need I say more?

Each piece is uniquely different from two different Dane County barns. The sun rising over Lake Michigan symbolizes a new day. The light blue bars in its reflection represent the city’s three rivers (Milwaukee, Menomonee, Kinnickinnic) and three founding towns (Juneau Town, Kilbourn Town, Walker's Point). Gold represents our brewing history and white represents peace. Stained blue and gold for this piece, this wood was an exposed side of a barn on the Edith and Florian Buechner farm in Cross Plains, Wis. Reclaimed in partnership with the Village of Cross Plains. This property is now Baer Park. Blue reflections: Found in the attic of the original Brunsell Millwork Cabinet shop on Waubesa St. Madison, Wis. the property was built in 1912. The story is on the back. 8" x 8" x 1.5" or 12” x 8” or 24” x 16” As always 100% locally reclaimed barn wood. Signed and numbered.

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