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5 Fun Facts About October 25 In Wisconsin History

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1) On October 25, 1854, the first session of the Wisconsin Supreme Court was held, marking the establishment of the highest court in the state.

2) In 1913, the University of Wisconsin-Madison's new Memorial Union building opened on October 25. It has since become a beloved landmark on campus and a hub for student activities.

3) On October 25, 1919, Milwaukee police arrested over 40 individuals for violating the city's Sunday movie ban. This incident reflects the societal tensions surrounding the regulation of entertainment during Prohibition-era Wisconsin.

4) October 25, 1983, marked the opening of the L.E. Phillips Memorial Public Library in Eau Claire, which has since become a vital resource for the community and a popular destination for local residents.

5) On October 25, 2016, Wisconsin native and former Governor Tommy Thompson received the Presidential Medal of Freedom for his contributions to public service and healthcare policy.
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