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Date: 1912 ca.
Description: View towards shoreline of log drivers eating lunch on the edge of the riverbank. The men wait in line along a buffet table filled with provisions. The busi...
Description: A scrapbook page containing three images depicting John A. Commons (presumably) in his World War I uniform, individually and with his parents.
Date: 1915 ca.
Description: A woman wearing a dress and bonnet uses a wire potato masher to remove a jar of peaches from a vat of boiling water. Several jars of canned goods stand on...
Date: 1910 ca.
Description: Painting of farm depicting farmhouse, barn, and windmill.
Located east of Gotham on Old Lone Rock Road.
Description: Mrs. Marie Cromer Zigler, left, assists a group of girls as they gather around a table to participate in a girls' Canning Club.
Description: A girl wearing a hat, winter coat and gloves walks through a field while carrying a lunch pail.
Date: 1917 ca.
Description: An oven used to dry fruit stands at the bottom of a staircase in what appears to be a basement. The door of the oven is open and four wire racks are suspen...
Date: 1910 after
Description: Franklin E. Bump, brother-in-law of Dr. Smith, and one of his children cooking on a fire pit in front of their campsite. The campsite is situated in the wo...
Description: Group portrait of two dogs and five men. In the background are tents among trees. Two of the men are holding a pole strung with their fish catch.
Description: Men use a stationary engine to power a silo filler. Two men are loading the silo filler while another stands in a horse-drawn wagon. Another man stands at...
Description: Mrs. Buckley wears a dress, apron, and bonnet while standing next to a table where equipment used for the home canning of agricultural produce is displayed...
Description: Mr. and Mrs. Simon Overby at home in their parlor with books, family portraits, and an organ with sheet music. Mr. Overby sits in a chair with a cane and a...
Description: United States Food Administration poster showing a woman holding a crying infant, with her arm around a young girl with her hand out as though begging. Oth...
Description: A group of children sit around tables at the Second Grade Normal School. The room is decorated with flowers and American flags.
Description: Advertisement for a washer wringer from the 1913 Sears Catalog.
Description: Window display in an unknown storefront featuring American flags, and silhouettes of Uncle Sam and Kaiser Wilhelm II and asking the question "Are you eatin...
Description: A small girl uses a Mogul Junior 1 HP stationary engine to power a washing machine located on the porch of a house. There is a cream separator on the left.
Description: Cover of manuscript keepsake souvenir scrapbook titled "Country Life at Syene."
Description: Men baling hay with engine powered hay press.
Description: A group of students learns to tie knots in pieces of twine in a classroom. A chalkboard, American flag, and several portraits hang on the wall in the backg...
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