PIONEERS AND IMMIGRANTS
Wilhelmina Mason Willock

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Collection James Willock
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Description Gelatin print on white cardstock of Wilhelmina Mason Willock.
Year Range from 1895
Year range to 1905
Medium Cardstock/Photographic Emulsion
Notes Half view portrait of Wilhelmina Mason Willock in later life. She is wearing a dark dress with large bishop sleeves and very high neck. She has a chain looped around the high collar, and the chain has a front center clasp. Inscription:"Mrs. James Willock/45-Fulton St./Oshkosh/Wis. B.O.B. 1.98". She has a striped kerchief tied at the neck and held in place by a pin.
Wilhelmina Mason was born in Canada about 1835. She came to the United States in 1880. She married James Willock in Oshkosh about 1895. She lived in the house at Fulton Street until 1912. In 1920 she was living at the "Old Ladies Home" operated by the Ladies Benevolent Society on North Main Street and died about 1925.
Object ID P2000.42.29
Object Name cabinet card
People Willock, Wilhelmina Mason
Print size H=5 1/4 W=4 1/2 in
Subjects Portrait photographs
Female
Pioneers
Title Wilhelmina Mason Willock
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