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Genealogy Lineage Workshop

Date(s): 8/9/2014

9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.

Wisconsin Historical Society 816 State Street Madison, WI
Have you always wanted to find out who your Great Great Grandparents are? Your Aunt has told you that you are descended from a Revolutionary Soldier, but who is he? The John Bell Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution is holding a Genealogy Lineage Workshop. You will learn the basics of family research and what is required to become a member of the Daughters of the American Revolution. Please contact Registrar Diane for reservations.

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University Heights: Historic Architecture Walking Tour

Date(s): 7/31/2014

6 - 7:15 pm

Meet in front of the Harold C. Bradley House, 106 N. Prospect Ave.
Here is where homes by Frank Lloyd Wright, Louis Sullivan, and local architects Claude & Starck and Alvan Small stand side-by-side. This early suburban neighborhood features styles from all decades of the 20th century. Led by Madison Trust for Historic Preservation docent. Rain or shine! Tickets: $10 adults/$5 seniors (60+) and college students. Purchase ticket from tour guide.
Madison Trust for Historic Preservation, www.madisonpreservation.org, 608-441-8864

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Wisconsin in Watercolor: The Farmscapes of Paul Seifert

Date(s): 4/8/2014

Tuesday, April 08, 2014 - Saturday, August 30, 2014 9 am–4 pm, Tuesday through Saturday

Wisconsin Historical Museu, 30 N. Carroll Street, Madison, WI 53703
German immigrant Paul Seifert came to Wisconsin and lived a varied and creative life on the edges of society but all the while deeply immersed in the Wisconsin River valley landscape of the Driftless Region he called home. He's best known for his vibrant watercolor farm pictures, which are beloved locally and highly desired by collectors nationally. This is the first major exhibition of Seifert's art.
Wisconsin Historical Museum, 608-264-6555, museum@wisconsinhistory.org

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