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Jim Widmer The Marsh Inn



Jim Widmer  The Marsh Inn
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Title: Jim Widmer The Marsh Inn
Description: Jim Widmer photographing the exterior of The Marsh Inn for his fish fry series. Andy Kraushaar photographed Widmer at work on his documentary project. Kraushaar, Visual Materials Curator at the Wisconsin Historical Society, and Deena Brazy, his wife, took a trip to visit Jim and Shirley Widmer. While there, they took part in the Widmer's family tradition of going to Friday fish fries.

Image ID: 81636
Creation
Date:
April 30, 2010 
Creator
Name:
Kraushaar, Andy
City, State: Kekoskee, Wisconsin
Collection
Name:
Jim Widmer Photograph Collection
Genre: Photograph
Additional
Information:
Part of the series of photographs of fish fries in Wisconsin. See the photograph taken at the same time by Widmer at Image ID: 81573. See also Image 81575.
Subjects: Plants
Trees
Architecture, Domestic
Cities and towns
Cameras
Neighborhoods
Lawns
Automobile parking
Automobiles
Aged
Men
Outdoor photography
Photographers
Clothing and dress
Coats
 

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