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Wisconsin State Capitol Interior Supreme Court



Wisconsin State Capitol Interior  Supreme Court
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Title: Wisconsin State Capitol Interior Supreme Court
Description: Group portrait of the Wisconsin Supreme Court in 1903, the year in which a constitutional amendment approved expansion of the court from five to seven judges. Seen here (left to right) are Joshua E. Dodge, John B. Winslow, John B. Cassoday, Rouet D. Marshall, and Robert G. Siebecker. The portraits of former justices hang on the wall behind them. The Supreme Court chamber was located in the addition to the North Wing constructed in 1883.

Image ID: 23436
Creation
Date:
1903 
Creator
Name:
Ridgway, Isaac A.
City, State: Madison, Wisconsin
Collection
Name:
Single Item Oversize
Genre: Photograph
Additional
Information:
The published specifications noted: "the Supreme Court room is to be finished in oak all through; casings, doors showing in the court room and all such work to be made of thoroughly kiln-dried red oak.
Subjects: Furniture
Wisconsin State Capitol
Painting
Portraits
Judges
Courts
Indoor photography
Men
Portraits, Group
Wisconsin Supreme Court
Suits (Clothing)
Moustache
 

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