Theodore W. Griggs and Daughter Mary | Photograph | Wisconsin Historical Society

Photograph

Theodore W. Griggs and Daughter Mary

Theodore W. Griggs and Daughter Mary | Photograph | Wisconsin Historical Society
Mary Griggs and her father Theodore W. Griggs are standing next to a four-door automobile parked outside the main lodge at Forest Lodge. Mary's mother, Mary Griggs, is standing in the background on the front porch. Young Mary is wearing shorts, blouse, shoes and socks while holding a cap over her head. Her father is wearing a summer suit and hat, and they both have their left hand on their hips. The automobile has a hood ornament and spoke-wheel tires with a spare tire stored on the running board behind the front fender. Iris flowers are growing in the foreground. The photographer is reflected in the window of the car.
DESCRIPTION
Mary Griggs and her father Theodore W. Griggs are standing next to a four-door automobile parked outside the main lodge at Forest Lodge. Mary's mother, Mary Griggs, is standing in the background on the front porch. Young Mary is wearing shorts, blouse, shoes and socks while holding a cap over her head. Her father is wearing a summer suit and hat, and they both have their left hand on their hips. The automobile has a hood ornament and spoke-wheel tires with a spare tire stored on the running board behind the front fender. Iris flowers are growing in the foreground. The photographer is reflected in the window of the car.
RECORD DETAILS
Image ID:148324
Creation Date:circa 1935
Creator Name:Unknown
City:Cable, Town of
County:Bayfield
State:Wisconsin
Collection Name:Forest Lodge records, 1913-2011
Genre:Photograph
Original Format Type:photographic print, b&w
Original Format Number:Northland Mss 24 Box 1 Folder 5
Original Dimensions:4.25 x 2.25 inches
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
Forest Lodge on Lake Namakagon was originally the Northern Wisconsin Lumber Company. In 1902 Crawford Livingston purchased 100 acres of the lakeshore property for hunting and vacation purposes. Crawford Livingston’s daughter Mary Livingston Griggs and granddaughter Mary Griggs Burke continued to maintain and expand the property until Mary Burke’s death in 2012 when all 872 acres of Forest Lodge were entirely gifted to the U.S. Forest Service.
SUBJECTS
Automobiles
Flowers
Hats
Suits (Clothing)
Log cabins
Children
Clothing and dress
Family
Men
Outdoor photography
Women
Photographers

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