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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: A group of women mending clothes for the Quakers' relief clothing project at one of their regular Tuesday morning sessions at the home of Mrs. Hilton E. (L...
Date: 1919 ca.
Description: Man on a Reynolds hay tedder pulled by team of work horses. Another man stands supervising. In the far background beyond a fence are two separate farmstead...
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: "Jewel" brand stove inside a farmhouse kitchen. The original caption reads, "Stove for patch work in making faked pictures."
Description: Miss Neary smells the contents of an opened can, demonstrating the hazards of ingesting tainted food.
Description: "Our waitress, Laurie Kuehl, sits down and jokes with us at the Mosey on Inn. Laurie informs us that her brother is the proprietor and her mother helps out...
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: Richard Lloyd Jones's bedroom, 1010 Walker Court (now known as Rutledge Court). His Underwood typewriter, telephone, and bookcase are seen. Lloyd Jones w...
Description: A man fuels a fire for a fish boil, as people look on.
Date: 1930 after
Description: Interior view of the Paper House, featuring furniture and fireplace embellishments constructed out of rolls of newspaper. The walls and windows are also d...
Description: Exterior view of an outbuilding used as an ice house and wine cellar at Governor Nelson Dewey's estate, called Stonefield.
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: "Threshing on the Batzler farm."
Description: Two boys dressed in dark work shoes, overalls, and button-up shirts stand on either side of a woman in a doorway, who is dressed in a long skirt and blouse...
Description: Five members of the Who's New Club pose sitting together holding teacups/coffee cups on saucers.
Description: The Zimmerman twins, Lettie and Lloyd, celebrated their 11th birthday with 54 friends and 12 teachers at Lincoln School. Left to right are Miriam Melrose,...
Description: Man in field loads a horse-drawn wagon with silage corn.
Date: 1938 ca.
Description: View looking down hill of two men and two women having a picnic at a table in the forest. Three automobiles are parked nearby. In the background are trees...
Description: Mrs. L. G, (Edith) Trowbridge, winner of the blue ribbon in the Wisconsin State Journal recipe contest, slicing a loaf of her winning entry, cinnamon-roll...
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