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Phillip La Follette Addressing the Legislature

Date: 1931
Description: Governor Phillip La Follette addresses the Legislature.

Horseback Ride at Governor's Mansion

Date: 1904
Description: Philip F. La Follette on horseback in front of the old Governor's Mansion on Gilman Street, sometime during the years that his father, Robert M. La Follett...

Progressive Party Returns

Date: 1934
Description: In 1934 the La Follette brothers, the sons of Senator Robert M. La Follette, Sr., broke with the Republican Party and founded the Progressive Party of Wisc...

Robert M. La Follette, Jr., at Progressive Party Rally

Date: October 04 1936
Description: Senator Robert M. La Follette, Jr., speaking to a Progressive Party rally at Mauston, Wisconsin. Bob, Jr., became senator after the death of his father, R...

Robert M. La Follette, Jr., and William Green

Date: 1943
Description: Senator Robert M. La Follette, Jr., and William Green, president of the American Federation of Labor, debate a point during a Mutual Broadcasting System ra...

Bob Jr., and Bob III

Date: 1930
Description: Senator Robert M. La Follette, Jr., on the porch at Maple Bluff Farm with his wife and two of his brother's children, Judy and Robert M. La Follette, III....

Philip La Follette and Labor Crowd

Date: September 20 1930
Description: Philip La Follette, the son of Robert M. La Follette, Sr., campaigning for governor before a large crowd of workers near the Allis Chalmers plant in West A...

Governor Philip F. La Follette at the State Fair

Date: September 02 1931
Description: Governor Philip F. La Follette, the younger son of Senator Robert M. La Follette, Sr., addressing a crowd in the grandstand at the Wisconsin State Fair in...

Philip Fox La Follette

Date: 1930
Description: Philip Fox La Follette greets a voter during the 1930 gubernatorial campaign. During this election, La Follette ran as a Progressive Republican, as his fa...

La Follette Greets a Voter

Date: 1930
Description: Mastering the handshake is essential for a successful political candidate. It involves not only the right hand in the shake, but also the left, used in a...

Governor Philip Fox La Follette

Date: August 22 1938
Description: Portrait of Philip La Follette leaning against his desk.

Mary, Philip, and Fola La Follette

Date: 1929
Description: Informal portrait of Mary, Philip, and Fola La Follette standing outdoors. Mary is wearing a middy blouse.

Panel for "Wake Up America" Radio Program

Date: September 28 1941
Description: Philip Fox La Follette (second from right), during a broadcast of "Wake Up America" at the Lowell Thomas Radio Studio in Pawling, New York. The show broadc...

Philip La Follette and his Family

Date: 1942
Description: Philip La Follette and his family at their farm in Mazomanie, Wisconsin. Left to right: Judith, Isabel Bacon, Philip, Robert, and Sherry in front.

Isabel Bacon La Follette on farm in Mazomanie

Date: 1942
Description: Isabel Bacon La Follette holding a rake on the farm Philip purchased in northwestern Dane County.

Philip La Follette addressing National Progressives of America

Date: April 28 1938
Description: Governor Philip La Follette addressing the newly formed National Progressives of America at the University of Wisconsin-Madison Stock Pavilion. La Follette...

Philip La Follette's Children

Date: 1937
Description: Informal portrait of Philip La Follette's children, Robert M., III, Sherry, and Judith.

Philip La Follette speaking in Wausau

Date: 1936
Description: Governor Philip La Follette speaking to the crowd at a Progressive Party picnic in Wausau, Wisconsin.

Three Generations of La Follettes

Date: April 1926
Description: Belle Case La Follette with her son Philip, and her grandson Robert M. La Follette, III.

John Farrington, Ralph Sucher, and Philip La Follette

Date: 1918
Description: Studio portrait of, left to right: John Farrington, Ralph Sucher, and Philip La Follette. The photograph bears an inscription from Philip to his mother, Be...

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