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Date: 1938 ca.
Description: The house built by James McBride at 200 Farwell Drive. The house was later owned by Halle Steensland, Samuel H. Marshall, and Robert M. La Follette.
Date: 1950 ca.
Description: View from yard showing the back of the Governor's Mansion. The building features a balcony, arched windows, and several chimneys.
Description: Rock lined Fuller Drive and the Adolph Jacob Taff house, located at 6 Fuller Drive. This is the western entrance to Fuller's Woods, in Maple Bluff.
Description: Lakewood School, 2314 Sherman Avenue.
Date: 1875 ca.
Description: Halle Steensland and his wife Sophia pose with their five children (left to right: Morten, Henry, Edward, Halbert and Helen) in front of their home in Mapl...
Description: Elizabeth Anderes sits in the living room at 34 Fuller Drive in Maple Bluff. Elizabeth and Charles Anderes' home is one of the houses opened to the public...
Description: Reception hall at the Governor's residence, 101 Cambridge Road. A curving staircase rises above the reception hall near the entry door to the Wisconsin go...
Description: Geneva Johnson sits in the sunroom of her contemporary home at 313 New Castle Way in Maple Bluff. Her home will be featured on a July 14 Tour of Homes spon...
Description: Interior view of dining room in Stewart and Jean Douglas home at 811 Farwell Drive. View includes Mid Century table, chairs and draperies, and two floor-t...
Description: The Thomas R. Hefty house, 99 Cambridge Road, Maple Bluff. The home is being considered for a new governor's mansion.
Description: Stairway and entrance hall, with Victorian sofa, in Louis C. George home, located at 201 Farwell Drive.
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