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Barbara Kiechler



Barbara Kiechler
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Title: Barbara Kiechler
Description: Miss Barbara Kiechler, identified as a 4-H Club worker in Coon Valley, poses on a low wall surrounding the Grotto of the Holy Family on the grounds of Villa St. Joseph, a convent. A mosaic stone flagpole and flag stand behind her. In the background is the stone convent building, and beyond that, a barn and silo. The convent was established by the Franciscan Sisters of Perpetual Adoration in 1898. The grotto was built 1925-1930 by Father Paul Dobberstein.

Image ID: 102893
Creation
Date:
1931 
Creator
Name:
Unknown
City, State: Saint Joseph, Wisconsin
Collection
Name:
Wisconsin Rural School Survey Records, 1931-1933
Genre: Photograph
Additional
Information:
Selected for scanning from a collection of photographs submitted to the Wisconsin Rural School Survey.
Subjects: Trees
Silos
Hats
Church buildings
Folk art
Outdoor photography
Portrait photography
Women
Barns
Stone buildings
Coats
 

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