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Date: 1875 ca.
Description: Halle Steensland and his wife Sophia pose with their five children at the family home, later located at 733 Lakewood Boulevard, Village of Maple Bluff. (Th...
Description: A man uses tongs to remove a block of ice from the back of an International D-300 owned by the Oscar Mayer Company as he makes a delivery to 150 Lakewood b...
Description: Mrs. Arthur (Bette) Sonneland, with her 19-month-old daughter Kristl, sits on the hearth of the fireplace in the family of their home at 35 Paget Road in M...
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: Group portrait of Manchesters employees in the yard of Harry Manchester's house, Maple Bluff.
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: Shown at the governor's inaugural reception at the Executive Residence are, from the right: Governor Walter S. Goodland, Mrs. Walter S. Goodland, Mary Jane...
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: Halle Steensland and his wife Sophia pose with their five children (left to right: Morten, Henry, Edward, Halbert and Helen) in front of the their home in...
Date: 1875-07 ca.
Description: Chicago Traveling Club encamped at McBride's Point at Maple Bluff on Lake Mendota near Madison. An African American sits at the left foreground with pans...
Date: 1910 ca.
Description: The house at the La Follette family's Maple Bluff farm.
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: Wisconsin's First Lady, Mrs. Rennebohm, stands in the midst of furnishings that sixteen Rennebohm employees moved to the new executive residence at 101 Cam...
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...
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: J. Frank Kessenich house, 205 Lakewood Boulevard, Lakewood subdivision.
Description: Interior view of the boys' bedroom in the new home of Harold and Monona Schantz, located at 310 Kensington Drive.
Description: Pictured at the inaugural reception at the state executive residence are from the left: Mr. and Mrs. Claude Jasper, Parker Drive, and Lieutenant Governor...
Description: Picnickers at a Who's New Club Picnic opening their box lunches: Lieut. and Mrs. Ivor Callaway; Chaplain and Mrs. Edwin B. Nylen; Mrs. Ralph Ebert and her...
Date: 1879 ca.
Description: View of campers and tents at McBride's Point at Maple Bluff on Lake Mendota near Madison.
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