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Date: 1939-01-02 

Description: Governor Julius P. Heil, his wife and an unidentified man pose arm-in-arm in the Governor's Conference Room at the Wisconsin State Capitol. A number of oth...

Date: 1951-03-20 

Description: Charlotte Kohler, the governor's wife, examines several works of art which she has chosen to rent for display in the Governor's Residence from the Madison...

Photograph

Kate Schmedeman

Date: 1932-09-23 

Description: Portrait of Kate Schmedeman, Mayor Albert G. Schmedeman's wife, seated in a chair beside a fireplace reading a book in her home, 504 Wisconsin Avenue.

Date: 1949-01-31 

Description: Three rural Wisconsin women meet the governor's wife, Mary Rennebohm, at a reception given by the University president and his wife for the University of W...

Date: 1944-07-31 

Description: Governor Walter Goodland and Mrs. Goodland board the train for the Republican Governors conference in St. Louis. The meeting was called by Thomas E. Dewey,...

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Description: Photographic holiday card from Marie and Averell Harriman. Mr. Harriman was governor of New York 1955-1958, U.S. Ambassador to the Soviet Union 1943-1946,...

Civil War Philanthropist, Wisconsin First Lady, Nurse, and Teacher

A brief biography of Wisconsin’s Florence Nightingale, Cordelia Harvey who was a strong voice for innovatring Civil War Military hospitals.

Date: 1948-11-14 

Description: Madison Legion Auxiliary tea at the American Legion clubhouse, 110 West Wilson Street. At the serving table are, left to right: Mrs Oscar (Louise) Onsgard,...

Date: 1968 ca.

Description: Former First Lady Dorothy Knowles hunting with two dogs. She is posed aiming her gun. There is snow on the ground and trees in the background.

Date: 1949-11-22 

Description: Mrs. Oscar Rennebohm hosts shriners' wives at a tea party at the executive residence. Shown with Mrs. Rennebohm are Mrs. Gordon (Mabel) Nelson, left, and M...

Date: 1947-11-25 

Description: Mrs. Oscar (Mary) Rennebohm arranging flowers in the drawing room of the Wisconsin Governor's residence, 130 East Gilman Street. The house is 93 years old...

Date: ????-03-08 

Description: Artwork by Steve H--. Silkscreen. Governor Lee Sherman Dreyfus quote illustrated "I Eat Bee Poop." "Wisconsin Grade A Fancy" in lower left corner.

Presen...

Date: 1944-10-01 

Description: Officers of the Wisconsin Business and Professional Women's Club attending a tea at the Governor's Residence, 130 E. Gilman St. Left to right around the se...

Date: 1947-01-06 

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...

Date: 1948-09-21 

Description: Governor and Mrs. Rennebohm casting their ballots at their home precinct in Maple Bluff. The governor was a candidate in that primary election.

Date: 1944-06-11 

Description: Nine people posed in front of "Our Good Earth" by John Steuart Curry at a Memorial Union exhibit of paintings executed for use on war posters. Private Hen...

Date: 1948-03-02 

Description: Honorary city commander of the Madison branch of the Wisconsin Division of the American Cancer society, Mrs. Oscar (Mary) Rennebohm, was given a citation b...

Date: 1948-10-05 

Description: Mrs. Frank V. Powell, seated at tea table, program chairman of the convention of the Wisconsin Federation of Women's Clubs, is pouring tea for four ladies....

Date: 1948-08-18 

Description: The delegation of state, county, city, university, and business officials is shown as the caravan is about to leave from the Dane County Courthouse, 207 We...

Date: 1958-02-03 

Description: Wisconsin's first lady Mrs. Vernon (Helen) Thomson hosts a tea at the executive residence at 101 Cambridge Road. Among the 200 guests were, left to right,...

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