Madison, Wisconsin: University of Wisconsin Press
Description of Original
xiii, 196 p. : ill. (some col.), ports. ; 23 x 28 cm.
Still image

  1. [Cover]
  2. Harvest time (Lois Ireland, 1944)
  3. [Title Page]
  4. [Dedication]
  5. Acknowledgments
  6. Contents and illustrations
  7. Introduction
  8. Ambrose G. Ammel: Route 1, Malone. Naturalist craftsman
  9. Joan Arend: Route 1, Almond. Along the way
  10. John M. Black: Bayfield. Promise of the years
  11. William H. Boose: Route 2, Poy Sippi. Home and the hunter
  12. Frances Burt: Albany. New generation a'coming
  13. Frank H. Engebretson: Brodhead. Two miles of murals
  14. Francis D. Grady: Madison. Fine print makers
  15. [Louis Grebetz: Route 3, Racine. Old world, new world]
  16. [Rachel Gertrude Grimm: Route 1, Sun Prairie. Light under a bushel]
  17. Lois Ireland: Waunakee. The uncommon touch
  18. Alexander Norman Jargo: Arlington. Sunday painter
  19. Arthur Johnson: Monroe. Handyman-painter
  20. Herman A. Krause: Route 2, Tomahawk. Painter of the north woods
  21. Ralph Krug: Route 1, Calvary. Ploughman-painter
  22. Walter Kuse: Route 1, Medford. Church muralist
  23. Ethel Kvalheim: Stoughton. Farm girl saga
  24. Millie Rose Lalk: Route 2, Fort Atkinson. Strange harvest
  25. Carl Marty, Sr.: Monroe. In the American spirit
  26. Clarence Boyce Monegar: Black River Falls. Between two worlds
  27. Elizabeth Faulkner Nolan: Route 2, Waukesha. Keynote of freedom
  28. Chris Olson: Route 1, Berlin. Dreams came early
  29. Florence Peterson: Route 1, Fairchild. Only the young can grow
  30. Martha Rodenbough: Route 1, Juda. Latter-day pastorale
  31. Lloyd H. Scarseth: Route 2, Galesville. Roots in the earth
  32. Lela Borah Smith: Lancaster. Through the window glass
  33. Earl Sugden: Route 2, Cazenovia. Five-talent farmer
  34. Iris Furman Tellefson: Route 5, Oshkosh. Daughter of the midwest
  35. [Walter Thorp: Route 3, Baraboo. Nature at his right hand]
  36. Mrs. Carl Ubbelohde: Waldo. Of time and hard work
  37. Alice Weber: Green Bay. When the light comes
  38. Catalogue of works exhibited
  39. [Cover]