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Description: Four members of the Philharmonic Chorus at a picnic table at their annual picnic. Shown left to right are: Mrs. Ruth (Robert M.) Foster, Mrs. Catherine Mc...
Description: Jars of food are stored in an opened cabinet within a farmhouse kitchen.
Date: 1910 ca.
Description: People working in a field. Beside them is a basket full of a type of food.
Description: Members of the Salvation Army board pose amidst the Christmas food baskets assembled by the Salvation Army. Left to right are Alan Hackworthy, Lyle Andrews...
Description: Austin Thorson, winner of a $100 prize in a Lipton Tea Co. jingle contest, also won $1,200 worth of groceries from the Kroger Co. by writing the address of...
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...
Description: Irene Steinkopf, wife of Associated Press foreign correspondent Alvin J. Steinkopf and a former Milwaukee journalist, tastes her first Viennese coffee with...
Description: Mrs. Baltes frying bacon for the children at Kiddie Camp.
Description: Two women working at P.G. Holden's Farm canning chicken. On the table there is canning equipment, chicken, and open cans.
Description: A new category, heirloom recipes, was added to the 1961 cookbook recipe contest sponsored by the Wisconsin State Journal. The first place winner in this n...
Date: 1962 ca.
Description: Humor cover illustration prepared by an unknown artist for Ballantine Books, publisher of the book eventually published under the title "America in Hiding"...
Description: A group of men and women surround O.H. Benson as he gives a canning demonstration in the office of County Superintendent Tobin. Canning equipment stands on...
Description: War Food Administration Design No. 3, "Hungry Child." The poster features a smiling soldier feeding a spoonful of steaming peas and carrots to a destitute...
Date: 1912 ca.
Description: Benedict Goldenberger family enjoying a wurst roast in the Madison vicinity. Goldenberger was a cooper and vinegar-maker.
Description: An unnamed rural DeForest area man is shown eating an ear of corn at the Sun Prairie Corn Festival.
Description: Man taking inventory of Food Crusade packages in the CARE Warehouse.
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: Students sit at desks inside Sedan Prairie School while others stand in the back of the classroom to prepare lunch. The poster hanging on the back wall rea...
Description: A woman wearing a full-length apron using a pressure kettle on a stove top, probably for home canning.
Description: Mrs. Roy J. Nelson, 145 Marquette Street, is shown using a "floyve" stick to turn the lefsa while it bakes. She and her two sisters gathered at one of thei...
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