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Senator Nye and Governor La Follette

Date: 06 15 1935
Description: U.S. Senator Gerald P. Nye of North Dakota and Governor Phillip La Follette standing in the governor's office.
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Submitting Petitions for the Progressive Party

Date: 06 18 1934
Description: Two men and a woman are turning in signature petitions to Secretary of State Theodore Damann to form the Progressive Party.
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Governor La Follette Buying a "Buddy Poppy"

Date: 03 25 1932
Description: Governor Philip F. La Follette buying a "buddy poppy" from two women in behalf of the American Legion. The governor is standing in his Wisconsin State Capi...
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Governor Philip F. La Follette

Date: 11 24 1931
Description: Governor Philip F. La Follette delivers a special message on welfare relief to a special session of the legislature in the assembly chamber of the Wisconsi...
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Governor La Follette Signing Bill

Date: 06 12 1931
Description: Governor La Follette signing old age pension bill.
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Gov La Follette Buying "Buddy Poppies"

Date: 05 20 1931
Description: Gov. Philip La Follette buying two poppies from Jesse S. Meyers, custodian of G.A.R. Memorial Hall, representing Veterans of Foreign Wars, and Rosemary Ent...
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Around-the-world Telephone Call

Date: 03 18 1931
Description: Norman Clapp, Appleton High School student, sitting in the governor's chair, represents Wisconsin in the around-the-world telephone conversation held in co...
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Philip F. La Follette Signing Gas Tax Bill

Date: 03 31 1931
Description: Governor Philip F. La Follette signing 4 cent gas tax bill.
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Governor La Follette and Industrialists

Date: 01 17 1931
Description: Group portrait of Governor Philip La Follette and eight industrialists standing in front of the Governor's Residence, 125 East Gilman Street. First row lef...
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Governor Philip F. La Follette

Date: 11 05 1930
Description: Governor-elect Philip F. La Follette reading a telegram at the La Follette campaign headquarters.
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Philip La Follette Reading a Telegram

Date: 11 05 1930
Description: Governor elect Philip La Follette sitting and reading a telegram at La Follette headquarters.
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Philip La Follette Reading a Telegram

Date: 11 05 1930
Description: Governor elect Philip La Follette standing and reading a telegram at La Follette headquarters.
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Philip F. La Follette at the Microphone

Date: 1938
Description: Philip F. La Follette speaking to a radio audience during his unsuccessful gubernatorial reelection bid during the summer of 1938. La Follette, the son of ...
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Robert M. La Follette, Jr., at Progressive Party Rally

Date: 10 04 1936
Description: View over crowd towards Senator Robert M. La Follette, Jr., speaking to a Progressive Party rally at Mauston, Wisconsin. Bob, Jr., became senator after the...
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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.
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Wisconsin Republican Convention

Date: 05 04 1946
Description: The May 4-5, 1946 Wisconsin Republican Convention at Oshkosh, one of the most important meetings in the state party's history.
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No Place Like Home

Date: 03 20 1946
Description: Original, inscribed political cartoon by Clifford K. Berryman, showing Robert M. La Follette, Jr., carrying the Wisconsin Progressive Party back to the Rep...
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Philip F. La Follette

Date: 04 28 1938
Description: Governor Philip F. La Follette of Wisconsin on the night when he delivered his "National Progressives of America" speech. Behind him is Morris Rubin, edito...
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Re-Elect America's Leading Senator

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Description: 1934 or 1940 campaign poster for Robert M. La Follette, Jr. running for re-election to the U.S. Senate as a member of the Progressive Party.
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Theodore Dammann

Date: 1932
Description: Formal printed quarter-length portrait of Wisconsin Secretary of State Theodore Dammann.

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