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Description: The Zimmerman twins, Lettie and Lloyd, celebrate their 11th birthday with 54 friends and 12 teachers at Lincoln School. Stephen Webster (left), Mary Pfiste...
Description: The history of tea service was shown by a display of tea pots in the Wisconsin Historical Society women's auxiliary exhibit, "Tides of Taste." The image sh...
Description: Anne Pidcoe, teacher, enters an apartment building with an armload of groceries in preparation for a dinner party.
Description: Leske's Steak House, 2827 Atwood Avenue. Close-up view of a steak dinner advertised for $2.25.
Description: Three women and children at a meeting of the Madison Home Economics Club with the theme "Good Nutrition, A Wartime Challenge". Left to right are Mrs. Myles...
Description: Mrs. Alice Ferguson, home service director of Madison Gas and Electric Company, tests a pie entered in the Wisconsin State Journal's annual Cook Book Recip...
Description: Portrait of Helen Young, housemother at the recently opened Ellsworth House, a residence for UW co-eds. The building, located at 422 North Murray Street,...
Description: Jean Ziegler cooks spaghetti for a dinner party at her apartment at 122 East Gilman Street, Apt. 205.
Description: University of Wisconsin graduate students from China, bride Shu-Teh Cheng, Nanking, China, and bridegroom Shu-Chin Yang, Faku, China, cutting their wedding...
Date: 1918 ca.
Description: The boys' bedroom of the Richard Lloyd Jones residence, 1010 Walker Court (now 1010 Rutledge Court). Several pennants decorate the walls, including those o...
Description: Children's birthday party at 906 Brittingham Boulevard, with participants wearing party hats and seated at table with a birthday cake.
Date: 1917 ca.
Description: A wintery view of the E. Roth house on 619 West Doty Street. A colonial style house, with double walk(?) inside. Formerly owned by the Westerfield(?) famil...
Description: Two examples of foods made with butter are on display during Farm and Home Week at the University of Wisconsin School of Home Economics. At the left is an...
Description: Page from an album kept by Neighborhood House, with two images. The one on top is of the Bluebirds girls' group playing musical instruments as adults lead...
Description: He is Wilbur La Bounty, paralyzed homecrafter, makes bird houses. He is seated before a work table with a jig saw and his completed 12 log cabin-style bird...
Description: Struck and Irwin Fuel Company booth, at East Side Business Men's Association Fall Festival, in a tent at Olbrich Park, includes charcoal and outdoor charco...
Description: Mrs. Edwin B. (Rosa) Fred, extreme left, wife of the university president, with a delegation of guests from Sun Prairie, at a tea at the Wisconsin executiv...
Description: Virginia Price's kindergarten class makes pumpkin pie at Dudgeon School. Left to right: Nancy Olmstead, Julie Duckwitz, Marcia Kampen, Larry Elliott, and M...
Description: Alice Vinje poses with her collection of cookbooks at her 2800 Mason Street home.
Description: A decorated pumpkin serves as a table centerpiece. It is decorated with a face, a hat made of fresh flowers, and attached leaves for hair.
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