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Family Gathering on Basswood Island



Family Gathering on Basswood Island
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Title: Family Gathering on Basswood Island
Description: Picnic on the shores of Basswood Island, Apostle Islands. Those picnicking include Harriet Webb, C.A. Hull, H.W. Rodgers, Mrs. J. Austin, Elizabeth Baker, Mrs. J.L. Abernathy, and two Austin children.

Image ID: 1973
Creation
Date:
1916 
Creator
Name:
Hull, Elizabeth Abernathy
City, State: La Pointe, Wisconsin
Collection
Name:
Hull, Elizabeth Abernathy : Photographs, ca. 1910-ca. 1920
Genre: Photograph
Additional
Information:
This image is a part of the Elizabeth Abernathy Hull collection. Hull was raised in the Kansas City area. She took up the camera as a school-girl, photographing family, friends, picnics, boating, berry-picking, and summer resort life on Madeline Island, Wisconsin, where her family owned Coole Park Manor from 1905 to around 1946.
Subjects: Mothers
Hats
Outdoor recreation
Outdoor life
Picnicking
Aged
Children and adults
Family
Outdoor photography
Women
Clothing and dress
Shorelines
Play
Apostle Islands
Chairs
Superior, Lake
 

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