The 2014 Wisconsin Sate Capitol ornament features the magnificent State Assembly Chamber, located in the west wing. The ornament also displays the beautiful mural completed in 1909 by Edwin H. Blashfield.
Collect your 2014 capitol ornament for this holiday season.
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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.
Complete with colorized photos and detailed descriptions, Jim Stembridge's book explores the uniqueness of each U.S. capitol, the intricacy behind the architecture, and the significance of each decision made in a capitol's design. Details below.
Learn more about the history of Lake Mendota's shoreline and the people and place along it in this collection of stories, maps, newspaper articles, and other fully colored illustrations compiled by Donald P. Sanford. Details below.