In This Issue
- Letter from the Editor
- "A Badger in Full: John Muir at the University of Wisconsin" by Tim Ernst
- "Emmanuel Luick: Light Tamer" by Dennis McCann
- "Alaska, Ho! Arville Schaleben and the Matanuska Valley Colony" by Matt Blessing
- "Ushering in the Golden Age of Cinema" by Ken Neuser
- Book Excerpt: "Job Man: My Life in Professional Wrestling" by Chris Multerer with Larry Widen
This issue's cover photo, dated 1935, is in the WHS image collection: https://wisconsinhistory.org/Records/Image/IM143073
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