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Description: Hand-colored photograph of Frieda Jaggi at county line factory, the first family factory, which had a wood frame and heated kettles. It was common for Fri...
Description: Men work at the Coldren Cheese Factory.
Description: A man dips a feeding cloth into the kettle with his ankles held by a T-bar.
Description: Fritz Friedly dumping milk by a can washer.
Description: Men stand in the cooling room at Coldren which stored the wheels of cheese on lids on pipe shelves to keep mice away.
Description: A man dips a feeding cloth into a kettle.
Description: A street in the business section of Brodhead. Cars are parked along the curb near storefronts. In the foreground in the middle of the intersection is a str...
Description: Men at the Brodhead Cheese Factory closing the cloth after dipping the cheese.
Description: Cheese being graded by a man with a fedora using a tryor to take a core of cheese.
Description: Frieda Jaggi and some children in the cooling room.
Description: Men closing up the cloth after dipping it into the kettle.
Date: 1914 ca.
Description: A worker at the Jorden Cheese factory dips curd to make swiss cheese.
Description: Birds eye map of Brodhead, WI depicts street names and street locations, houses, and trees. A reference key at the bottom of the map shows the locations of...
Description: Interior view of the Jorden Prairie Cheese Factory showing Swiss cheese presses on a bench.
Description: Men prepare to retrieve the remainder of the curd from a kettle and add it to the bag.
Description: Large barn on the farm of Jacob Hablend. According to the original caption, the barn was equipped with "King ventilators."
Description: Man squeezing whey from a cheese cloth.
Description: Exterior of the Brodhead Cheese factory from the street, with trucks and cars.
Description: Friedrich Fuhrer and Elise Schupbach, the parents of Casper Jaggi.
Description: Interior view of the den and recreation room in the residence of Leo Scheberle. The room features a fireplace, wood paneling, and shag carpeting.
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