Ida Fisk Residence | Photograph | Wisconsin Historical Society

Photograph

Ida Fisk Residence

Ida Fisk Residence | Photograph | Wisconsin Historical Society
Aerial view of the residence of Mrs. George M. Fisk, 325 Lakewood Blvd., and other homes along the shore of Lake Mendota in Maple Bluff. Ida Johnson Fisk, who died February 6, 1949, was the eldest surviving member of the Johnson family which founded the Gisholt Machine Company.  She also was a founder and active member of the Attic Angel Association.  The photo was taken for the First National Bank.
DESCRIPTION
Aerial view of the residence of Mrs. George M. Fisk, 325 Lakewood Blvd., and other homes along the shore of Lake Mendota in Maple Bluff. Ida Johnson Fisk, who died February 6, 1949, was the eldest surviving member of the Johnson family which founded the Gisholt Machine Company. She also was a founder and active member of the Attic Angel Association. The photo was taken for the First National Bank.
RECORD DETAILS
Image ID:60139
Creation Date: July 12 1949
Creator Name:Vinje, Arthur M., 1888-1972
City:Maple Bluff
County:Dane
State:Wisconsin
Collection Name:Vinje, Arthur M. : Photographs and Negatives*
Genre:Photograph
Original Format Type:negative, original
Original Format Number:PH 6442.2653A
Original Dimensions:5 x 4 inches
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
One of six images.
SUBJECTS
Trees
Cities and towns
Aerial photographs
Lakes

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