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Description: Marian Callahn swings a golf club at Maple Bluff Country Club. She was a leader after the qualifying round of the Wisconsin Women's Golf Association tourn...
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: Three golfers at the Maple Bluff Country Club during the women's inter-club golf match. Left to right are Betty Heath of Maple Bluff, Helene McAndrews of B...
Description: Governor Oscar Rennebohm relaxing in the library of his Maple Bluff home, 201 Farwell Drive.
Description: Jessie Harloff, chairman of the finance committee, Minnie Whipple, state affiliations chairman and parliamentarian, and Evalyn Herriot, corresponding secre...
Description: Mrs. Carl S. (Doris) Harper of 3 Cambridge Road is pictured with her two granddaughters, Susan, age one and a half (left), and Catherine, three and a half...
Description: Lakewood School, 2314 Sherman Avenue.
Description: Anthony Mierzwa, golf professional of Maple Bluff Country Club, where the 1949 Wisconsin Women's Golf Association tournament was held.
Description: The Aquacade at the Maple Bluff Country Club pool includes races, family dinner and an evening show. Tom Bennett, right, gives instructions for the bar bel...
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...
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: Six women gathered around a table at the Maple Bluff Country Club during the women' inter-club golf match. Seated, left to right, are Ruth Rasmussen of Nak...
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: Mrs. John (Esther) Mayer, on the left, with her mother Mrs. Harold (Iva) Marsh, at the Marsh home. Mrs. Mayer is staying at the home of her parents while...
Date: 1879 ca.
Description: A group of campers at McBride's Point at Maple Bluff on Lake Mendota near Madison, Wisconsin. They are equipped with German exercise equipment (exercise pi...
Description: Women members of Maple Bluff Country club hold their first Stagette Day with golf prizes. Four of the organizers are shown at a table playing cards. They a...
Description: Governor and Mrs. Rennebohm casting their ballots at their home precinct in Maple Bluff. The governor was a candidate in that primary election.
Description: The Thomas R. Hefty house, 99 Cambridge Road, Maple Bluff. The home is being considered for a new governor's mansion.
Description: Unidentified woman golfer posed at the Maple Bluff Country Club.
Description: Tony Mierswa, the Maple Bluff Country Club professional, stands in the clubhouse near rows of golf clubs stored against the walls.
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