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More Big Game sighted on Madison’s East Side

Posted by eastsidehistorymadison on April 28, 2009

When it comes to catching photos of big game, Wes LeFebvre’s luckiest season occurred in November, 1944.  Note the use of croquet mallets to prop the deers’ heads into positions of lifelike attention. Yes, this is the same Wes LeFebre who at age 18 won a talent show at the Majestic Theater with his ‘triple-tongue’ harmonica technique. Successful hunter and harmonica-player… the East Side has always been home to great talents. Thanks, Jean LeFebvre Lang, for sharing your historic photos with us.

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