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Title: Womanless Wedding Cast
Creator: unknown
Description: Cast of womanless wedding production. Mrs. Mabel Rimm, pianist; Bill Wall, violinist; Clyde Young, butler; Frank Parker, punch girl; Dale young, present taker; Chas. Marshall, bride's weeping mother; L.J. Stair, bride's confronting father; C.J. Coldren, bride's bad little brother; Will Hahn, Ikey Robinson; Fred Maveus, Old Maid Aunt; Bride's grandmother, Ivan Arnsmeier; Bride's grandfather, George Dixon; Charlie Chaplin, Carl Broughton; Uncle from Avon, Dan Markham Sr.; Aunt from Avon, Fred Kunz; Twin sisters, Lawrence Brandt and Ralph Williams; Mary Pickford, Kenneth Moar; Groom's haughty mother, Kurt Guelson; Fashion plate, L.D. Newcomer; Sister Hopkins, Roger Stephens; Andrew Carnegie, Jack Bauman; Mrs. Carnegie, Roger Nielly; Harry Lauder, Ralph Fleming, Gov. Zimmerman, Olaf Sveum; Mrs. Zimmerman, Roger Engebretson; Country cousin, Elmo Pengre; Pat O'Grady, Paul Ten Eyck; Rose O'Grady, G.L. Hauser; Annie Laurie, Tallie Everson; Fritz Kreizler, Robert Hawkins. Cornelius Vanderbilt, S.L. Cain; Mrs. Vanderbilt, Ernest Schneider; Flipper of 1928, Peter Ten Eyck; President Coolidge, J.W. Trousdale; Mrs. Coolidge, Robert Horn; Galli Curci, Frank Ten Eyck; Col. Charles Lindbergh, Kenneth Olson; Negro Woman, Willie Bellman; Bride's baby sister, Neils Nipple; Negro man, Jake Hawlen; Rastus, Bennie Zimmerman; Queen Marie, Harry Castater; Prince Nicholas, Ralph Mau; Village school Ma'am, George Ross; Gen. Pershing, Harry Hartman; Marshall Fosh, Roy Stabler; Tenda Bara, Walter Beattie; Henry Ford, L.W. Terry; Mrs. Ford, C.R. Stephenson; Madam Schumann-Heink, Gilbert Swartz; Groomsmen, Baltz Hefty, Oscar Stabler; Best Man, W.C. Gempeler; Bishop, Harley Dedrick; Pederewski, Leo Scheberle; Bridesmaids, John Lederman, F.A. Condon, Walter Zimmerman; Maid of Honor, A.G. Richardson; Matron of Honor, F.R. Harris; Flower Girls, Henry Lang, Robert Van Skike; Ring Bearer, Elmo Kingsbeil; Bride, Dr. Lawton; Groom, Guess Who; Train bearer, Will Mau.
Date Original: 0000-00-00
Format: black & white print
Curator Number: unknown
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Title: Summer camp of Oscar and Kitty Hyatt
Creator: unknown
Description: Summer camp of Oscar & Kitty Hyatt at Bluff View Park east of Brodhead, Wisconsin. They ran the park in the summer of 1924.
Date Original: 0000-00-00
Format: black and White print
Curator Number: unknown
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Title: Stabler and Meinzer Picnic
Creator: unknown
Description: Stabler and Meinzer picnic at Bluff View Park east of Brodhead, Wisconsin. Meinzers are on the left, Stablers on the right. The lady at center is Jane Meinzer.
Date Original: 0000-00-00
Format: black and White print
Curator Number: unknown
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Title: Postcard of South Side Park
Creator: unknown
Description: A postcard showing South Side Park in Brodhead, Wisconsin.
Date Original: 0000-00-00
Format: black and White print
Curator Number: unknown
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Title: Northcraft Cottage at Decatur Park
Creator: unknown
Description: North craft Cottage at Decatur Park. The boat is the Nautilus, owned by Northcraft. Fair Oaks, later owned by John Carroll and Jim Speth.
Date Original: 0000-00-00
Format: black and White print
Curator Number: unknown
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Title: Northcraft Decatur Park
Creator: unknown
Description: Northcraft Decatur Park - Standing from left, Frank Northcraft, Grace Northcraft, Vivian Green, unknown, unknown, Mrs. F. Northcraft.
Date Original: 0000-00-00
Format: black and White print
Curator Number: unknown
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Title: Cottage at Decatur Park
Creator: unknown
Description: Cottage at Decatur Park near Brodhead, Wisconsin.
Date Original: 0000-00-00
Format: black and White print
Curator Number: unknown
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Title: Pavillion at Bluff View Park, 1924
Creator: unknown
Description: The pavillion at Bluff View Park, August 1924.
Date Original: 1924-08-01
Format: black and white print
Curator Number: unknown
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Title: Original Wooden Decatur Dam
Creator: unknown
Description: Decatur Dam near Brodhead Wisconsin, date unknown. This image was taken from a Souvenir Decatur Parks booklet.
Date Original: 0000-00-00
Format: black and white print
Curator Number: unknown
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Title: Original Decatur Dam
Creator: unknown
Description: The original Decatur Dam in Decatur township, north of Brodhead, Wisconsin. This image was taken from a Souvenir Decatur Parks booklet.
Date Original: 0000-00-00
Format: black and white print
Curator Number: unknown
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