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Rasmus B. Anderson's dream comes true

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ARTICLE DETAILS
Headline:Rasmus B. Anderson's dream comes true>
Main Heading:Immigrants
Sub Heading:Norwegian
Article Date:1929-5-11
Newspaper:Wisconsin State Journal
City:Madison
County:Dane
State:WI
NAMES ASSOCIATED WITH THIS ARTICLE
Anderson, Prof. Rasmus Bjorn 1846-1936
Kohler, Gov. Walter J. 1875 - 1940
Myrland, A J
Goodland, Governor Walter Samuel 1862-1947
Olson, Professor Julius E. 1858-
Erikson, Leif -1020
Blanchard , Geo.
Hoen, C. A.
Qualley, R. N.
Slagg, Stanley W.
Burdick, Lawrence
Caldwell, Sen. Robert
Nelson, Phillip
Casperson, Sen. Carl B.
Hanson, J. C.
RECORD LOCATION
Collection:Wisconsin Local History and Biographical Articles (WLHBA) Collection
Location:Wisconsin Historical Society Library, 2nd floor, Madison, Wisconsin

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