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Gard, Robert Edward / My land, my home, my Wisconsin : the epic story of the Wisconsin farm and farm family from settlement days to the present

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    Persons Interviewed for My Land, My Home, My Wisconsin
 Arvid Ackerson, Henry Acten, Henry Ahigren, Clara Allen, John
 Allen, Esther Anderson, George Baumeister, Bess Bartlett, Olga
 Best, Ben Blascha, Hilbert Bork, Minna Breitsmann, Margaret
 Burman, Walter Bussiwitz, Leta Cairns, Pat Carlone, Max Carpen-
 ter, Mary Collins, Ina Curtis, Lenora Dohn, Mary Dott, Leo Henry
 Finger, Elvina Floistad, Lizzie Ford, Gladys Foster, Ernest Frank-
 hauser, Alfred Freeman, Anastasia Furman, Laura Goode, Roger
 Greene, Elsa Guetzloff, Carl Gunderson, Ed Haberman, Henel
 Haberman, Ted Hagen, Kitty Hepke, Hazel Herrick, Albert Hop-
 kins, Mae Isbel, Verna Jessen, Bert Jones, Lloyd Kelly, George
 Kendall, Percy Knoll, Al Kronke, Doris Kronke, Elling Lindstrom,
 Orville Long, Louis Mait, Elizabeth McCoy, Don McDowell, Sybille
 Mitchell, Carl Munz, Walter Nickel, Charles Orvis, Paul Paulson,
 Theodore Peterson, Everett Phillips, Mary Phillips, P.C. Phillips,
 Robert Ramsdell, Mary Grady Dee Rannetsberger, Ruby Ratzloff,
 Frances K. Reed, Carl Reifer, George Rueth, Fred Schroeder,
 Evelyn Skinner, Dwight Smith, Marion Smith, Ole Scholt, Anna
 Solum, Henry Solum, Milo Swanton, Gertrude Thomas, Al Vesper,
 Agnes Weigen, James Weigen, Myrtle T. Whipple, Jesse William-
 son, Nick Zappa.

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