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Date: 1910 ca.
Description: Tille Faulkman standing in a barn with a spinning wheel and two yarn winders. She is dressed in traditional Pomeranian attire. A handmade basket filled wit...
Date: 1914 ca.
Description: United States Food Administration World War I Poster. "Keep It Coming/ 'We must not only feed our soldiers at the front but the millions of women and child...
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...
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: Sarah and Florentina Krueger standing in front of a barn in costume. Sarah is dressed in traditional Pomeranian attire and is holding a bucket and milking...
Description: Two men loading manure into a horse-drawn manure spreader.
Description: A four-tiered drying rack used to dry fruits and vegetables hangs from the ceiling above a heater in what appears to be a basement or root cellar.
Description: People working in a field. Beside them is a basket full of a type of food.
Date: 1915 ca.
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: Painting of farm depicting farmhouse, barn, and windmill.
Located east of Gotham on Old Lone Rock Road.
Description: United States Food Administration World War I poster encouraging children to conserve wheat for soldiers and not to waste food. There is an image of a youn...
Description: View of a table set with various utensils and supplies used in food canning.
Date: 1912 ca.
Description: Georgia Lloyd Jones holds her son Jenkin Lloyd Jones, born Nov. 1911, on a hobby horse.
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...
Description: An intersection with townhouse on the left and a hotel on the right. There is a group of people on the porch of the townhouse and a horse and carriage park...
Date: 1916 ca.
Description: Man pitches silage into ensilage cutter and blower near a barn and silo. Two other men work behind the cutter and blower.
Date: 1918 ca.
Description: Richard Lloyd Jones's bedroom, 1010 Walker Court (now 1010 Rutledge Court) , view of bed with reading light over it. His large desk, telephone and Underwo...
Description: Woman using a loom outdoors. In her journal from Ceylon (now Sri Lanka) she records: "The women braid the fibres together making a crude mat of them. The t...
Description: Young man outside a barn pitching piles of manure. Original caption reads, "Union Pacific Silo Special Trip. Manure, J.A. Butler."
Description: A group of women and children gather around a table outdoors. They appear to be serving food out of bowls and containers placed on a table.
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