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Box top of the Frank Lloyd Wright Imperial Hotel Multi Puzzle Set. Lots of colorful circles.

Frank Lloyd Wright Multi-Puzzle Set | 750 pieces

Geometric and boldly colorful, the Frank Lloyd Wright Imperial Hotel Multi Puzzle Set includes three puzzles (250 pieces each).
$24.99
Box top of Frank Lloyd Wright Backgammon set. Orange, white, and gold foil design.

Frank Lloyd Wright Design Backgammon Board

The Frank Lloyd Wright Backgammon Set features gold foil and Wright's iconic geometric patterns and designs.
$29.99
Frank Lloyd Waterlilies design silk scarf wrapped around a mannequin.

Frank Lloyd Wright 100% Silk Scarf | Waterlilies

You will look marvelous wearing this silk, "art glass" design of waterlilies. Adapted from a Frank Lloyd Wright’s drawing from the late 1800's.
$65.00
Front of the dark green crewcut  t-shirt. Illustrates a yellow musky on the left next to yellow text saying "If it's Friday night, it's fish fry  in Wisconsin". In smaller text underneath "Choice of potato, coleslaw, rye bread"

Friday Night Fish Fry T-Shirt

Show off your love of the Friday Night Fish Fry with this unique Wisconsin t-shirt. A Society Exclusive.
$19.95
Two hooded sweatshirts, one dark blue, the other light blue. Screen print on the front says "Lake Superior, Unsalted and Shark Free."

Lake Superior Hoodie | Unsalted & Shark Free

Wear your Great Lakes pride and stay warm!
$36.95
Wisconsin Sunrise Eco Cozy Crew Sweatshirt image featuring green sweatshirt and white lined graphic of a sunrise over the water with pine trees and big "Wisconsin" underneath.

Wisconsin Sunrise Cozy Sweatshirt

It's the perfect everyday crewneck with a retro look. Made in Wisconsin!
$50.00
Wisconsin Forward Mudlove Mug with merlot red cup lip and red graphic showing Wisconsin Barn over the farmfield with "Forward" across the bottom.

Wisconsin Home State Mug

Be reminded of home every day with the Wisconsin "Forward" motto mug! Thoughtful gift for visitors or family who have moved afar. Choice of 2 colors.
$32.00
Shiney, brownish, stoneware pumpkin in bright window light resting on burlap.

Glazed Ceramic Pumpkin | Cider Brown

Unique home decor from Rowe Pottery. Made in Wisconsin.
$47.95
Bumblebee Honey Pot displayed with honeycomb stick inside pot with cover on. Blue painted bumblebee flying on side of pot.

Bumblebee Honey Pot from Rowe Pottery | Made in Wisconsin

Handcrafted honey pot from Rowe Pottery to store your favorite sweet substance!
$44.95
Book cover of Wisconsin Legends and Lore by Tea Krulos with pictures of Paul Bunyan, Native American Indians, a Hodag statue, and a lumberjack camp.

Wisconsin Legends and Lore

Haunting and curious tales from Dairyland. Author Tea Krulos, an expert in all things strange and unusual, digs up Wisconsin favorites and arcane lore.
$21.99
Book cover of "Haunted Heartland" by Michael Norman with picture of green corn stalks in a field under a cloudy sky.

Haunted Heartland 2nd Edition

Astonishing accounts of ghosts, mysterious lights, and haunted houses in the midwest.
$19.95
Book cover of "Ghostly Tales of Wisconsin" with illustration of a spider web and spider over a dark green background.

Ghostly Tales of Wisconsin

Embrace your fears with twenty-eight of Wisconsin's spookiest stories!
$9.95
Cover of the book "Here on Lake Hallie" by Patti See with illustration of people around a campfire in winter.

Here on Lake Hallie: In Praise of Barflies, Fix-It Guys, and Other Folks in Our Hometown

Essays on barflies, fix-it guys, and other eccentric small-town folks come together in a humorous and touching collection that shares the heart of a Midwestern lake community.

Published by Wisconsin Historical Society Press
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$20.00
Cover of the book "Letters from Clara" with photo of a woman on a camel with pyramids in the background.

Letters from Clara: One Intrepid Woman's Travels on the Eve of War, 1936-1939

Relish the real-life, epic journey of intrepid Wisconsin voyageur, Clara Pagel, who ventured into the world just prior to the start of World War II, chronicling her travels and the state of the world—from bombings and earthquakes to Mussolini and Gandhi—in more than 100 letters to YWCA members back home.

Published by Wisconsin Historical Society Press
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$22.95
Book cover of Enslaved, Indentured, Free showing image of journal writing on top, with a middle section including a dark side silhouette of a woman and an orange background, and then the bottom displaying an illustration of the wilderness with a river and hills.

Enslaved, Indentured, Free: Five Black Women on the Upper Mississippi, 1800-1850

Enslaved, Indentured, Free shines a light on five extraordinary Black women whose lives intersected in Prairie du Chien, Wisconsin, during seminal years of the Northwest Ordinance of 1787.

Published by Wisconsin Historical Society Press
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$24.95
$39.95
A must-have resource for anyone interested in Wisconsin's prehistoric and contemporary geography. This book will stand the test of time as a vital contribution to geographic study of the Badger state. 472 pages.
$26.95
Wisconsin Waters takes readers on an epic tour of the geologic, natural, and human stories that have shaped these aquatic landscapes over millions of years.

Published by Wisconsin Historical Society Press
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$24.00
High Fives. Good Vibes. Fish Frys. Keep the tradition going with this fun toddler tee!
$20.00
The 2022 State Capitol Ornament celebrates the 50th anniversary of the Dane County Farmers' Market, one of the premier farmers' markets in the nation.

Until sold-out, this ornament will also available at the Wisconsin Historical Museum's store at 30 N. Carroll St, on Capitol Square in Madison. Click HERE for the museum's hours of operation or call (608) 264-6555.