Get ready for voting-season and celebrate the centennial anniversary of women's rights to vote with this mug, exclusively from the Wisconsin Historical Society! The historical image is from a poster made from an engraving, circa 1910.
As Wisconsin governor from 1971 to 1977, Patrick J. Lucey pursued an ambitious progressive agenda, tempered by the concerns of a fiscal conservative and a pragmatic realist. His legacy continues to impact Wisconsin residents and communities. Details, below.
Celebrate the 100 year anniversary of women's suffrage with our Suffrage Centennial mug featuring a graphic design inspired by an historic image from the Woman Suffrage Party. This item is a Society exlcusive!
In 1895 sculptress Jean Pond Miner received an unusual honor for a woman of her day: her seven-foot tall allegorical statue "Forward" was given a prominent position at the Wisconsin State Capitol. "Forward" is an allegory of devotion and progress, qualities Miner felt Wisconsin embodied.
Collect your 2019 capitol ornament for this holiday season.