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Governor Anthony Earl



Governor Anthony Earl
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Title: Governor Anthony Earl
Description: Governor Tony Earl at the signing of the executive order creating the Wisconsin Womenís Council. At the end of the remarks he invites women from the legislature and his administration to join him for the signing. Pictured from left to right: 1. Sen. Susan Engeleiter 2. [not identified] 3. Eileen Mershart (Deputy Secretary DOR) 4. Doris Hanson (DOA Secretary) 5. Rep. Barb Gronemus 6. Rep. Mary Lou Munts 7. Rep. Sharon Metz 8. Rep. Barb Ulichny 9. Rep. Marsha Coggs 10. Linda Reivitz (DHSS Secretary) 11. Rep. Lolita Schneiders 12. Roberta Gassman (Policy Advisor Governorís Office)

Image ID: 105289
Creation
Date:
February 1, 1983 
Creator
Name:
Unknown
Collection
Name:
Name File
Genre: Photograph
Additional
Information:
Scan provided by Christine Lidbury, Executive Director for Wisconsin Women's Council.
Subjects: Furniture
Wisconsin State Capitol
Legislation
Microphones
Offices
Indoor photography
Men
Portraits, Group
Dresses
Clothing and dress
Politicians
Governors
Suits (Clothing)
Women
Eyeglasses
Neckties
 

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