|Photos||Brockhaus family, circa 1913|
This picture was taken on the Wm. Brockhaus family farm near Campbellsport, Wisconsin. The two young girls are my Great Aunt Grace on the left, and my grandmother Alice (Pat), seated on her Uncle Henry's lap.
|Rathkamp, Bob, Bill, Dave
From left to right: Dave Rathkamp, Bob Rathkamp, Grace Waege Larson, Bill Rathkamp
|Waege, Grace & Alice|
Grace & Alice Waege, circa 1915. It's amazing how similar they look at this age.
Eddie & Grace Larson, circa 1932
Grace Waege and "Blackie", circa 1932
Grace Waege & George Anfinson. Grace "dated" George for many years. According to family lore, George had proposed to Grace many times. She always told him she'd be happy to marry him, but not until her dad passed away. Unfortunately George was working at his cabin between Merill and Tomahawk, WI and died of a heart attack 3 weeks after Grace's dad passed away.
|Waege, Grace & Wm. F.|
Grace and her father, Wm. F. Waege. This picture was taken during the Memorial Day parade in Hustisford, WI, 1946.
Grace Waege and Eddie Larson at their wedding in 1933.
Grace Waege Larson in one of her many Studebakers.
Grace Waege Larson, 1940
Grace Waege, circa 1919
Grace Waege, circa 1917
Grace Waege, circa 1928. Of the two Waege girls, Grace was known to be much more of a tomboy.
Grace Waege, age 1 (circa 1912)
Grace Waege, center, with her bowling team.
Grace Waege, circa 1930
|Waege, Ida, Grace & Wm. F.|
Ida, Grace, & Wm. F. Waege, circa 1942
|Waege Hustisford Residence|
This is the home the Wm. F. Waege's lived in prior to their move to Milwaukee. Following their move, the house was used as some sort of hospital and then an "old age" home.
The building sits idle currently, with the windows boarded up. Hopefully somebody will put some effort into restoring it.
|Waege, Wm. F., Ida, Alice, and Grace|
This picture was taken at Bob Rathkamp's confirmation. From L to R:
Wm. F., Alice, Ida, Grace
Headstone of Grace Waege Larson
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