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Description: Randall Elementary School kindergartners are shown making applesauce under the supervision of their teachers Marguerite Drew and Lois Griskavich. Pictured...
Description: Madison television programs are hosted by Madison women and cover topics like cooking, arts, fashion and crafts. Fern Fowler demonstrates a plant made of t...
Description: The Lloyd Yaudes family gathers in the living room of their new ranch-style home at 526 Virginia Terrace.
Description: Farm and Home Week visitors Mrs. and Mrs. Anthony Riek (Plain) are challenged to accessorize a basic black dress.
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: Mrs. Walter M. (Cecilia) Maas, Jr. will open her contemporary colonial home at 4029 Council Crest for the Attic Angel Association third annual benefit Hous...
Description: Portrait of Albert Asp of Spring Brook, one of the many Wisconsin farmers who attended the University of Wisconsin's annual Farm and Home Week.
Description: Madison Newspapers carrier boys were treated to breakfast at Felly's Restaurant, 927 South Park Street. Shown clockwise are Bob Markham, John Washbush, Bil...
Description: Four men complete woodworking tasks at Neighborhood House, the oldest community center in Madison. It was established in 1916.
Description: Research Products Company display window at Wolff Kubly & Hirsig Hardware Store, featuring Filter-Fry frying pan cover and E Z Kleen air filters.
Description: T.L. Graham is shown preparing strawberries for a dessert served with sour cream and a topping of brown sugar.
Description: Louise Zieske in her kitchen demonstrating how to make her cheese-rice casserole, which was selected as best of 517 entries in the "Wisconsin State Journal...
Description: The Randall Elementary School kindergarten class pose for a seated portrait after making applesauce under the supervision of their teachers, Marguerite Dr...
Description: Madison television programs are hosted by Madison women and cover topics like cooking, arts, fashion and crafts. A husband and wife team, Bea and Carson Gu...
Description: Pat Farrell, with a broken right leg, polishes silver while confined to the house she shares with three other young women at 2253 Rugby Row.
Description: Alpha Epsilon Phi sorority women, seated at tables decorated with a marine theme, for an informal senior group finishing dinner at 135 Langdon Street.
Description: Front cover and silver and golden wedding menu suggestion page from the Daughters of Isabella, Our Lady of the Lake Circle No. 369, with a cross and a crow...
Description: Leske's Steak House, 2827 Atwood Avenue. Close-up view of a steak dinner advertised for $2.25.
Description: Bonnie Kienitz and Freda K. Winterble in front of the Petheridge/Isom/Keystone house, built in 1853. The residence, located at 901 University Bay Drive, i...
Description: The living room of Fred and Annie Storer Brown's home, 121 East Gilman Street. The house was built in 1888.
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