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Description: Man searching through cans of food piled in a wooden basket on a shelf in the distributing room of a community canning kitchen.
Description: A refuse pile consisting of glass, a broken basket, bottles, cans, and other items behind a farmhouse. A crumbling foundation can be seen in the background...
Description: Man carrying baskets of field crops in to the receiving room of a community kitchen. A woman wearing an apron stands near the door.
Description: The dining room at the lodge with a view of the Wisconsin River. The tables are set with white tablecloths, sugar bowls and salt and pepper shakers.
Description: Mrs. Waggoner uses a Coffield electric washing machine and wringer to launder clothing on International Harvester's Hinsdale experimental farm (Harvester F...
Date: 1925 ca.
Description: A Chippewa (Ojibwa) woman preparing splints for basket making. This image is part of an exhibit about Native Americans prepared by Paul Vanderbilt, the fi...
Description: A woman mixing food in a pot heated on an electric plate.
Date: 1920 ca.
Description: Interior view of the front hallway of Villa Louis.
Description: The original caption reads: "The basketry of the Karok does not differ from that of the Hupa and the Yurok. The process is always twining, and the usual ma...
Description: Woman working in kitchen straining jelly bags over pot in preparation for canning. The photograph was taken at an "IHC Farm," probably in Hinsdale, Illinoi...
Description: Baby mittens knitted from off-white wool yarn.
Description: Margaret Monier uses a pressure cooker while canning in the home of Miss Marilla Zearing. Cans of produce are cooling on wire racks on the counter and in t...
Description: Husband and wife canning corn in kitchen using Burpee Can Sealer.
Description: Groups of children seated at tables for a Saturday morning sewing group at Neighborhood House, with a woman helping the children at each table. One boy is...
Date: 1922 ca.
Description: Members of the Brandel family have a picnic in the grass.
Description: View down middle of the dining room at Berry's Coldwater Canyon Resort. Female servers stand along the walls near the tables.
Description: A woman wearing an apron and a hairnet standing at a counter while using a hoop strainer to make cheese(?). She is using another metal utensil to press whe...
Date: 1926-07-23 ca.
Description: Fake boiler showing glass jars for canning. Original caption reads: "Draw line to show water line when canning with hot water." This photograph was taken a...
Description: Man in field loading a horse-drawn wagon with silage corn.
Description: Mrs. John Bowers removing a plate of food from the dumbwaiter in her Benton County farmhouse.
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