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Description: Man taking inventory of Food Crusade packages in the CARE Warehouse.
Description: Officers of the Wisconsin Business and Professional Women's Club attending a tea at the Governor's Residence, 130 E. Gilman St. Left to right around the se...
Description: Joan Meyer, 701 Baltzell Street, wrapping loaves of Christmas bread. Watching are children Donnie Meyer, 5, and Mary Jane Meyer, 4.
Description: Congressman David R. Obey of Wisconsin, a strong supporter of seniors, helps to deliver meals on wheels to a home-bound resident of his district.
Date: 1912 ca.
Description: Benedict Goldenberger family enjoying a wurst roast in the Madison vicinity. Goldenberger was a cooper and vinegar-maker.
Description: Jars of food are stored in an opened cabinet within a farmhouse kitchen.
Description: The celebrated dancing partners Vernon Castle and Irene Castle eating breakfast at home.
Date: 1911 ca.
Description: A group of individuals sit on a log lawn swing in the yard of the Drew cottage. Features a caption that reads, "Charter members of lunchgrabbers league." H...
Description: Office of War Information Design No. 2, "Crop Emergency." The poster features a newspaper theme. The newspaper title is "The American Appeal." The main art...
Date: 1910 ca.
Description: Large group of people at a picnic under the trees at Lasley's Point along Lake Winneconne. Many individuals are in the process of turning toward the photog...
Date: 1915 ca.
Description: Men stand around or sit on the steps of a stone building to listen as A.E. Chamberlain delivers a lesson on the benefits of vegetable production. Chamberla...
Description: Seventy-six-year old Henry L. Krehl, believed to the be city's oldest soda jerk, at the soda fountain of his brother August W. "Doc" Krehl's drug store, 40...
Description: Three women at a meeting of the Madison Home Economics Club with the theme "Good Nutrition, A Wartime Challenge". Mrs. Irving (Clara) Johnson, president of...
Description: "Wisconsin State Journal" recipe contest winner Lea Gunderson holds a platter of her pineapple covered upside-down ham loaf.
Description: Waitress tending a table in the dining room of the McCormick Works Club House.
Description: At every Madison fire station, a man takes over in the kitchen and has the title of cook. Pictured is Phil Behrend, the cook at the Central Fire Station.
Date: 1917 ca.
Description: United States Food Administration World War I poster encouraging children to conserve wheat for soldiers and not to waste food. There is an image of a youn...
Date: 1900-01-01 ca.
Description: A group of family members sitting at a table laden with food for a New Year's dinner.
Description: A group of people eat and help unload crates of apples from a U-Haul trailer in the campground area of the Sound Storm music festival during the constructi...
Description: People working in a field. Beside them is a basket full of a type of food.
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