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Description: Portrait of four officers of the Who's New Club during the fall luncheon at the Maple Bluff Country Club. Left to right: Mrs. John A. Mark, secretary; Car...
Description: Charles Goren, nationally known bridge expert, attended one of the topnotch bridge clubs in Madison at the home of Mrs. John Guy (Agatha) Fowlkes. From lef...
Description: Wisconsin's first lady Helen Thomson welcomed Mrs. Edward Smith of Mt. Horeb at the door of the executive residence in Maple Bluff. Mrs. Smith is president...
Description: Two members of the Who's New board of directors, Mrs. John Mueller, left, and Cornelia Jensen, attend the club's fall luncheon. The club is a YWCA-sponsore...
Description: Living room of Harold and Monona Schantz's new home, located at 310 Kensington Drive. Features novel treatment of a fireplace area and custom interior des...
Description: Group portrait of Manchesters employees in the yard of Harry Manchester's house, Maple Bluff.
Description: Roland and Gertrude Reynaldson house, 150 Lakewood Boulevard.
Description: Doris Heathcote, formerly of Milwaukee, attends the Who's New fall luncheon.
Description: Interior view of the boys' bedroom in the new home of Harold and Monona Schantz, located at 310 Kensington Drive.
Description: Practicing good posture for the personal health badge are three members of the Girl Scout troop at Lakewood School in Maple Bluff. Pictured left to right a...
Description: View of Robert M. La Follette, Sr., at the voting booth in Maple Bluff, Wisconsin at the conclusion of his independent, third-party Presidential campaign.
Description: The speed control device invented by R.G. Reynoldson of 150 Lakewood Boulevard is shown attached to a second speedometer under the hood of his car. The "ae...
Date: 1879 ca.
Description: View of campers and tents at McBride's Point at Maple Bluff on Lake Mendota near Madison.
Description: Pictured in the executive residence at the inaugural reception for Governor Walter S. Goodland's third term are, from the left: Mrs. J. George (Hildegarde)...
Description: Pictured at Maple Bluff Country Club are George Levis and his daughter, Jane, of Milwaukee Tripoli. Jane will participate in the Wisconsin Women's Golf Ass...
Date: 1910 ca.
Description: The house at the La Follette family's Maple Bluff farm.
Description: A group of campers at McBride's Point at Maple Bluff on Lake Mendota near Madison, Wisconsin. They are equipped with German exercise equipment (exercise pi...
Description: Twelve children from the Maple Bluff Fourth of July parade wearing varied costumes and standing in front of a large United States flag.
Date: 1900 ca.
Description: Young Robert La Follette, Jr. and Philip La Follette playing in the yard. Robert wears a harness and Phil holds a crop.
Description: At the Who's New Club picnic in the garden of Lieut. Governor Oscar Rennebohm. Mrs. Oscar (Mary) Rennebohm is shown with guests, Mr. and Mrs. William (Hele...
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