Wisconsin in Postcards


By Patty Murray | July 30, 2014

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Wisconsin’s small town and rural landscapes take center stage in a photography project by two photographers. John Shimon and Julie Lindemann compare and contrast modern Wisconsin with old postcard images they have found. It all comes together as “The Wisconsin Project.” 

Patty Murray

Patty Murray hasn’t seen it all quite yet, but is working toward that goal in her position as Wisconsin Public Radio’s reporter based in Northeastern Wisconsin. 
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