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Description: Slightly elevated view of five women researchers performing various aspects of food research and related activities in a test kitchen and laboratory at the...
Description: Interior bedroom in the Winfield Martin house, 2906 Lakeland Avenue. Built as a carriage house for James and Minnie Corry, in 1911, it was remodeled as a r...
Description: The Wisconsin State Journal has a new cookbook classification for teenagers. Beth Kube, a seventh grade student from Lake Mills, has the distinction of bei...
Description: Two couples at the punch bowl during the holiday benefit dance at the Turner Hall. From left are Gail Snyder, Footville; John Fox, Madison; Margot Schmidt,...
Description: H.S. Manchester Inc., 2 East Mifflin Street, display window promoting "National Notion Week" and displaying items (notions) used for sewing.
Description: Mary Paulick sits on the floor while working on a large braided rug.
Description: Three women prepare "materials used in the making of cancer dressings." The women include Eleanor Britt, Florence Anderson, and Marcia Udelhofen. The orig...
Description: Stewardess Mary Ogle models a wool suit she made. Looking on is Bill Domres, formerly a steward for North Central who became a station agent when the airli...
Description: From left to right: Mrs. Charles Dernbach, Almond; Mrs. Walter Kuhrt, Almond; and Mrs. W.M. Erdenberger, Prairie du Chien, at a tea at the executive reside...
Description: Hannah Heegaard-Jensen demonstrates a Christmas tradition by frying ableskivers on Christmas Eve.
Description: Page from a scrapbook kept by Neighborhood House, with two T.T. Club images, one of two girls tending to another girl who is in bed ("and a tray for Katie"...
Description: Madison television programs are hosted by Madison women and cover topics like cooking, arts, fashion and crafts. Luella Mortenson, women's director for bot...
Description: The Wisconsin State Journal has a new cookbook classification for teenagers. Diane Meyer, a senior at Stoughton High School, is the second place winner in...
Description: An unnamed rural DeForest area man is shown eating an ear of corn at the Sun Prairie Corn Festival.
Description: "Umbrella Tree," an original holiday table/window decoration utilizing old umbrella spokes, was created by Ethel (Mrs. Philip H.) Falk of 3721 Council Cres...
Description: Five members of the Salvation Army advisory board with baskets of food collected for needy families. Left to right are W. B. Miller, E. J. Kallerang, Herbe...
Date: 1950 ca.
Description: Woman pours cup of coffee.
Description: Madison Legion Auxiliary tea at the American Legion clubhouse, 110 West Wilson Street. At the serving table are, left to right: Mrs Oscar (Louise) Onsgard,...
Date: 1930 ca.
Description: Studio portrait of two men, seated at a small table drinking. They are dressed in suits and each man is smoking a cigar. The man on the right is wearing a...
Description: Four ladies observing a woman demonstrating on a sewing machine at the University of Wisconsin Farm and Home Week.
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