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Aviation-Minded Governor

Date: 1928
Description: Walter J. Kohler, Sr., (partially hidden, wearing a straw hat and with a flower in his lapel) makes a stop to which he had flown in his airplane, the "Vill...
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Kohler Airport

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Description: The airport at Kohler. On the ground (right) is "The Village of Kohler," the Mahoney-Ryan-Brougham owned by Walter Kohler, Sr., and Carl Kohler's Aeronica...
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Governor at Baseball Game

Date: September 15 1930
Description: Governor Walter J. Kohler, Sr., (with flower in his lapel), who was campaigning for re-election, took time out for a baseball game at Horlick Athletic Fiel...
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Governor's Mansion — Reception Room

Date: 1930
Description: Interior photograph of the reception room at the former Wisconsin Governor's Mansion on Gilman Street. The painting above the sofa, which belonged to Gover...
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Governor's Mansion — Reception Room

Date: 1930
Description: View of the reception room in the former Wisconsin Governor's Mansion on Gilman Street.
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Governor's Mansion — Kitchen

Date: 1930
Description: The kitchen in the former Wisconsin Governor's Mansion on Gilman Street.
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Governor's Mansion — Bathroom

Date: 1930
Description: The bathroom in the former Wisconsin Governor's Mansion on Gilman Street in Madison. This was the only bathroom at the residence where many official state...
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Birthplace of Republican Party

Date: 1929
Description: 75th anniversary celebration of the birth of the Republican Party at Ripon. Governor Walter J. Kohler, Sr., stands on the podium in front of the Little Whi...
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Governor Kohler Waving

Date: 1930
Description: Governor Walter J. Kohler, Sr., riding in an open car during a parade, probably in Marinette.
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Kohler During World War II

Date: June 1943
Description: Snapshot of Walter J. Kohler, Jr., then a Navy lieutenant, taken somewhere in the South Pacific during World War II.
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Kohler's Sons

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Description: Informal portrait of two sons of Walter J. Kohler, Sr., taken during a gubernatorial campaign during the 1920s: John Michael Kohler (left) and Walter J. Ko...

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