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Description: Governor Oscar Rennebohm relaxing in the library of his Maple Bluff home, 201 Farwell Drive.
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: 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: Mrs. Oscar Rennebohm (Mary) and her daughter, Carol Rennebohm, on the stairway in their Maple Bluff home, 201 Farwell Drive.
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...
Description: The Stately drawing room is full of shades of green and lilac, repeated in the flowered draperies. Conversation pieces on the mantel and elsewhere about t...
Date: 1876 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...
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: 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: Maple Bluff Farm, then in a rural location, which Robert M. La Follette purchased at the time he became a U.S. Senator and which continued in the family fo...
Description: Living room in the Wisconsin Governor's residence at 101 Cambridge Road. The windowed terrace room with its tile floor and Oriental rug serves as the livi...
Description: Exterior of Governor Oscar Rennebohm's Maple Bluff home, 201 Farwell Drive.
Description: Interior view of the living room at 811 Farwell Drive, including plants and vines in foreground. Homeowners Jean and Stewart Douglas look at their televis...
Date: 1875 ca.
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: 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: 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...
Date: 1878 ca.
Description: The Halle Steensland home, an impressive two-story brick house in Maple Bluff, with five family members posed along the front porches. It is possible this...
Description: Left to right, Mrs. George M. (Marjory) Keith, 4158 Cherokee Drive; Mrs. C.K. (Jean) Alexander, 962 Waban Hill and Mrs. Leslie J. (Lenora) Lippert, 4145 Hi...
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.
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