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Description: Belle Case La Follette and Alfred T. Rogers photographed in the garden at Maple Bluff Farm in 1907. During the previous year Rogers became a partner of La...
Date: 1873 ca.
Description: A Norwegian Sunday school picnic, perhaps held at Maple Bluff on Lake Mendota. The original stereograph is in the collection of the Norwegian-American Hist...
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: Three long-time Presbyterian women leaders pose for a portrait on the terrace at 739 Farwell Drive in Maple Bluff. They are, from left, Lota Reid, Minnie H...
Description: John Warren Fish wearing overcoat and hat.
Date: 1910 ca.
Description: The house at the La Follette family's Maple Bluff farm.
Date: 1924 ca.
Description: Robert M. La Follette standing and holding a pipe. Philip La Follette stands in the background in the shadows.
Description: W.J. Rendall, Earl. E. Wheeler, and George C. Hockney operating a small weed cutter in Lake Mendota off the shore of Maple Bluff. Mr. Hockney is the manufa...
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: Governor Oscar Rennebohm relaxing in the library of his Maple Bluff home, 201 Farwell Drive.
Description: Twelve children from the Maple Bluff Fourth of July parade wearing varied costumes and standing in front of a large United States flag.
Description: Mrs. Robert B. L.(Arabel) Murphy of 806 Ottowa Trail and Mrs. Steven E. (Kathy) Gavin of 4178 Nakoma Road tour the governor's executive residence at 101 Ca...
Description: Serving at the Who's New Club picnic, Mrs. Lawrence (Violet) Kingsbury, Mrs. Cyril F. (Eylene) Sherman, Mrs. Joseph (Enid) Tripp, and Mrs. William B. (Cath...
Description: Senator Robert M. La Follette, Jr., on the porch at Maple Bluff Farm with his wife and two of his brother's children, Judy and Robert M. La Follette, III....
Description: Susan Stroud, 3.5 years old, wears her new navy blue straw Easter bonnet which is trimmed in pale pink and yellow rosebuds. She is the daughter of Mr. and...
Description: Linda Harley (left), age 5, holds a doll as her sister, Cynthia (left), age 7 1/2, holds their two-month old baby sister, Gratia. The girls are seated in t...
Description: Doris Heathcote, formerly of Milwaukee, attends the Who's New fall luncheon.
Description: Members of the planning committee for the Wisconsin Women's Golf Association state tournament to be held at the Maple Bluff Country Club. From left are Mrs...
Description: Sixteen employees of the Rennebohm Drug Company carry miscellaneous furnishings from the old executive residence to the new one in Maple Bluff. The "moving...
Description: Three members of the Who's New Club board of directors attend their fall luncheon at Maple Bluff Country Club. Left to right: Mrs. John W. Storer, Elizabet...
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