Isabelle Case La Follette (April 21, 1859 – August 18, 1931) was a women's suffrage, peace, and civil rights activist in Wisconsin, United States. She worked with the Woman's Peace Party during World War I .
Belle Case La Follette. 1859–1931. City: Baraboo, Madison, Summit. County: Dane, Sauk, Waukesha. Belle Case La Follette was the first woman to graduate from law school in Wisconsin and an outspoken advocate for women's right to vote.
Born in Summit, Wisconsin (Juneau County), on April 21, 1859, Belle La Follette (nee Case), idolized her farmer parents who sacrificed everything to send their only daughter to college in 1875. She excelled at her studies, finding a particular passion for literature.
Meet Belle Case La Follette View Transcript: English Spanish Questions to Consider Belle spent a lot of time with her grandmother when she was young, who taught her to value hard work and education. How did those values affect what she did as she got older? Do you have someone in your life like Belle’s grandmother? How has that person inspired you?
Born Belle Case in Summit, Wisconsin, on April 21, 1859; died in Washington, D.C., on August 18, 1931; one of six children (three of whom did not survive infancy) of Anton T. Case and Mary (Nesbit) Case; attended public school in Baraboo, Sauk County, Wisconsin; graduated from the University of Wisconsin, 1879; received law degree from the Unive...
Belle Case La Follette. Formal studio portrait of Belle Case La Follette wearing a black lace dress. Taken around 1885, the year in which her husband, Robert M. La Follette, Sr., first went to Washington, D.C., as a Republican congressman. View the original source document: WHI 3841.
Isabelle Case La Follette (April 21, 1859 – August 18, 1931) was a women's suffrage, peace, and civil rights activist in Wisconsin, United States. She worked with the Woman's Peace Party during World War I.