Madeline Yale Wynne
Madeline Yale Wynne moved from Chicago to Deerfield, Massachusetts, in 1885. She was the first person to restore one of Deerfield's old houses, and she lived in "The Manse," as she called it, from 1885 until her death. Her knowledge of Boston's and Chicago's arts and crafts societies helped promote the Arts and Crafts Movement in Deerfield. She helped shape the Society of Deerfield Industries (1901-1926) and played an integral part in it until 1917. Her artistic talents included metal work, enameling, painting, embroidery, wood working, basketry, writing, and music.