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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: 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: Four women pose behind a table filled with prizes and flowers which will be awarded to golfers at the Stagette Day womens golf contest. They include, from...
Date: 1924 ca.
Description: Robert M. La Follette standing and holding a pipe. Philip La Follette stands in the background in the shadows.
Date: 1878 ca.
Description: The Halle Steensland home, an impressive two-story brick house in Maple Bluff, with five family members posed along the front porches. It is possible this...
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: The Thomas R. Hefty house, 99 Cambridge Road, Maple Bluff. The home is being considered for a new governor's mansion.
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: 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: Members of the social activities committee for the Wisconsin Women's Golf Association Tournament held at the Maple Bluff Country Club. Shown at the cocktai...
Description: A woman wearing a dress and hat, probably June D. McLean, arranges flowers in a wicker basket while seated on a couch.
Description: The speed control device invented by R.G. Reynoldson of 150 Lakewood Boulevard is shown attached to a second speedometer under the hood of his car. The "ae...
Description: View of Robert M. La Follette, Sr., at the voting booth in Maple Bluff, Wisconsin at the conclusion of his independent, third-party Presidential campaign.
Description: Roland and Gertrude Reynaldson house, 150 Lakewood Boulevard.
Description: Attending Mrs. Vernon W. (Helen) Thomson's informal "brunch" are Mrs. G.H. (Annabelle) Chidester, 4157 Hiawatha Drive; Mrs. John (Florence) Kreutzmann, 413...
Description: Bette Sonneland and her children, Kim (age 3) and Kristin (9 months), enjoy Lake Mendota in a rubber boat near the home of Bette's parents, Dr. and Mrs. Ed...
Description: Two members of the Who's New board of directors, Mrs. John Mueller, left, and Cornelia Jensen, attend the club's fall luncheon. The club is a YWCA-sponsore...
Description: Outdoor portrait of three members of the John Bell Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) Chapter. They are (from left to right), Edna Pike and Mildred...
Description: Mrs. Wilbur C. (Hattie) Carlson and her three daughters, Judy, (10), Jean (16), and Sally (12). Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Carlson moved to Madison from Elgin, Il...
Description: Senator Robert M. La Follette, Sr., a third-party presidential candidate, prepares to drop his ballot into the ballot box. In line behind him are (left to...
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