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Date: 1875 ca.
Description: Members of the Chicago Traveling Club are encamped on the shores of Lake Mendota and are posed with their tents, guns, cooking equipment, boat, paddles, sh...
Description: Mrs. Floyd Vlight and Mrs. Vern Bell stand beside each other at Maple Bluff Country Club. The two women staged the longest match during the Wisconsin Wome...
Description: Three women and one man sit on a bench at Maple Bluff Country Club during the Wisconsin Women's Golf Association Tournament. Two of the women are Joan Coff...
Description: Group portrait of 12 girls taken outdoors. Taken for Carol F. Findorff, 25 Cambridge Court, Maple Bluff.
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: 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: Mrs. F.I. (Betty Neef) Sanna and her three children, Susan (3), David (6), and Kathryn (5), are new residents of Maple Bluff, having moved from Minneapolis...
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: 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: Spectators walk across Maple Bluff Golf Course during the Women's Western Golf Association Tournament.
Description: Jane Savidusky (left), Florence Lunger, and Jean Johnson check their scores after participating in a women's golf contest on Stagette Day. A golf fairway a...
Description: Maple Bluff police officer A.J. Taft, with Lakewood School children with their bicycles.
Description: Alice Keller and Mr. F. G. H. Maloney converse while seated on an outdoor bench at Maple Bluff Country Club. Another golfer practices putting in the backgr...
Description: Mr. R.G. Reynoldson of 150 Lakewood Boulevard is pictured behind the wheel of his car demonstrating his invention, the "aeromatic speed control." Mr. Reyno...
Description: Mrs. Lindley V. Sprague of Maple Bluff Country Club won the second flight championship of the Wisconsin Women's Golf Association Tournament.
Description: Esther Hauver puts money into a basket held by Nettie Stafford. Proceeds from the Missionary tea will go to the Embudo Presbyterian Hospital in New Mexico...
Description: Group portrait of six women golfers at the Maple Bluff Country Club.
Description: Four women attend an organizational meeting of the Maple Bluff unit of the American Red Cross. Right to left: Elizabeth Mandeville, campaign chairman, and...
Date: 1870 ca.
Description: Large picnic group, mainly children, at lakeshore, possibly McBride's Point in Maple Bluff on Lake Mendota near Madison.
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...
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