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Wisconsin soldiers' orphans' home

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Headline: Wisconsin soldiers' orphans' home

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Article Date: 1919-9-14

Newspaper: Madison Democrat

City: Madison

County: Dane

State: WI


Atwood, Gen. David 1815-1889

Fairchild, Gen., Gov. Lucius 1831 - 1896

Farwell, Gov. Leonard James 1819-1889

Gilbert, Attorney General F. L. 1864-1930

Harvey, Gov. Louis Powell 1820 - 1862

Harvey, Mrs. Cordelia Adelaide 1824-1895

Hopkins, Hon. Benjamin F. 1829 -1870

Howe, Gen. James H.

Lewis, Governor James T. 1819-1904

Lincoln, President Abraham 1809 - 1865

Quiner, Edwin Bentley 1816-1868

Thorne, Arthur

Torrey, Miss


Collection: Wisconsin Local History and Biographical Articles (WLHBA) Collection

Location: Wisconsin Historical Society Library, 2nd floor, Madison, Wisconsin

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