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Description: Four children of Mr. and Mrs. Deane Adams, 843 Farwell Drive, on their toboggan. Left to right: Deane, Joan & Susan (twins) and Cameron.
Date: 1876 ca.
Description: Halle Steensland, his wife Sophia, their five children and a large crowd are posed around and on the family home, later located at 733 Lakewood Boulevard,...
Description: Mrs. John Clauder, left, and Mary Louise Kral shake hands after their championship round of the Wisconsin Women's Golf Association Tournament at the Maple...
Description: Interior view of living room including furniture, a television set and a floor to ceiling window in the home of Stewart and Jean Douglas at 811 Farwell Dri...
Description: Mrs. John (Esther) Mayer, on the left, with her mother Mrs. Harold (Iva) Marsh, at the Marsh home. Mrs. Mayer is staying at the home of her parents while...
Description: Mrs. Oscar Rennebohm (left), Mrs. Oscar Toebaas, Mrs. H. Lewis Greene, and Mrs. Foster Blackburn admire the twin silver candelabras which the Dane County W...
Description: Mrs. Joseph W. (Frances) Vilas, Maple Bluff, is shown working on a figurine, with a background of other pottery pieces she has made.
Description: Pictured at the Maple Bluff Country Club are Mrs. John Clauder of Milwaukee Westmoor Club, left, and Mrs. Marian Callahan, Madison, Blackhawk Club, who wil...
Description: Exterior of Governor Oscar Rennebohm's Maple Bluff home, 201 Farwell Drive.
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.
Description: Connie Wear, 332 Lakewood Boulevard, hanging a bright green May Basket that she made in Marjorie Deakman's nursery school, Lakewood.
Description: Robert La Follette, 8, holding large wooden boat, and Judy La Follette, 5, holding a doll. They are the children of Governor-elect Phillip La Follette and...
Description: The Thomas R. Hefty house, 99 Cambridge Road, Maple Bluff. The home is being considered for a new governor's mansion.
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: A gathering of La Follette family and friends at Maple Bluff Farm. From the left they are Senator Robert M. La Follette, Sr.; Gilbert and Netha Roe; Rober...
Description: Exterior of the Paul and Harriet Lemmell house located at 77 Fuller Drive, built by the Bewick Building Company, headquartered at 101 Van Deusen Street.
Description: Sun streams into the first floor porch and garden room of the Governor's residence at 101 Cambridge Road. Its color is repeated in the warm golds of the t...
Description: The La Follette family pose with Dr. Philip Fox La Follette outdoors at the Maple Bluff farm. Shown here are Philip Fox La Follette, Belle Case La Follette...
Description: Mrs. Robert B. L.(Arabel) Murphy of 806 Ottowa Trail and Mrs. Steven E. (Kathy) Gavin of 4178 Nakoma Road tour the governor's executive residence at 101 Ca...
Description: Portrait of Mrs. Burton K. Wheeler and daughter, Marion Montana Wheeler, of Butte Montana, on the porch of the La Follette farmhouse. In 1924 Robert M. La...
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