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Rural artists of Wisconsin

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Barton, John Rector, 1897-
Rural artists of Wisconsin
University of Wisconsin Press, 1948
xiii, 196 p. : ill. (some color), ports. ; 23 x 28 cm.

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Contents

[Cover] Rural artists of Wisconsin

[Half-title] Rural artists of Wisconsin, pp. [i]-[iii]

[Frontispiece] Harvest time, p. [iv]

[Title page] Rural artists of Wisconsin, pp. [v]-[vi]

[Dedication], pp. [vii] ff.

Acknowledgments, pp. ix ff.

Contents and illustrations, pp. xi-[1] ff.

Introduction, pp. 3-8

Ambrose G. Ammel: Route 1, Malone. Naturalist craftsman, pp. 9-13 ff.

Joan Arend: Route 1, Almond. Along the way, pp. 15-[19] ff.

John M. Black: Bayfield. Promise of the years, pp. 21-26

William H. Boose: Route 2, Poy Sippi. Home and the hunter, pp. 27-30

Frances Burt: Albany. New generation a'coming, pp. 31-35 ff.

Frank H. Engebretson: Brodhead. Two miles of murals, pp. 37-40

Francis D. Grady: Madison. Fine print makers, pp. 41-45

[Louis Grebetz: Route 3, Racine. Old world, new world], pp. [46]-51

[Rachel Gertrude Grimm: Route 1, Sun Prairie. Light under a bushel], pp. [52]-[55] ff.

Lois Ireland: Waunakee. The uncommon touch, pp. 57-[62]

Alexander Norman Jargo: Arlington. Sunday painter, pp. 63-66

Arthur Johnson: Monroe. Handyman-painter, pp. 67-71 ff.

Herman A. Krause: Route 2, Tomahawk. Painter of the north woods, pp. 73-78

Ralph Krug: Route 1, Calvary. Ploughman-painter, pp. 79-82

Walter Kuse: Route 1, Medford. Church muralist, pp. 83-88

Ethel Kvalheim: Stoughton. Farm girl saga, pp. 89-92

Millie Rose Lalk: Route 2, Fort Atkinson. Strange harvest, pp. 93-97

Carl Marty, Sr.: Monroe. In the American spirit, pp. 98-104

Clarence Boyce Monegar: Black River Falls. Between two worlds, pp. 105-[110]

Elizabeth Faulkner Nolan: Route 2, Waukesha. Keynote of freedom, pp. 111-114

Chris Olson: Route 1, Berlin. Dreams came early, pp. 115-119 ff.

Florence Peterson: Route 1, Fairchild. Only the young can grow, pp. 121-124

Martha Rodenbough: Route 1, Juda. Latter-day pastorale, pp. 125-128

Lloyd H. Scarseth: Route 2, Galesville. Roots in the earth, pp. 129-133 ff.

Lela Borah Smith: Lancaster. Through the window glass, pp. 135-[139] ff.

Earl Sugden: Route 2, Cazenovia. Five-talent farmer, pp. 141-146

Iris Furman Tellefson: Route 5, Oshkosh. Daughter of the midwest, pp. 147-[151]

[Walter Thorp: Route 3, Baraboo. Nature at his right hand], pp. [152]-[157] ff.

Mrs. Carl Ubbelohde: Waldo. Of time and hard work, pp. 159-163 ff.

Alice Weber: Green Bay. When the light comes, pp. 165-169 ff.

Catalogue of works exhibited, pp. [171]-196 ff.

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