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Date: 1920 ca.
Description: International Harvester poster advertising home canning and offering free books. The sign reads, "Canning Means Saving, Saving Means Money. Ask Your Wife,...
Date: 1925 ca.
Description: A covered pot with a thermometer, can sealer, and stacks of metal cans stand on a table beside a stove in a kitchen near a window.
Description: Demonstration booth in the Women's Building at the Wisconsin State Fair, showing electrical kitchen equipment.
Date: 1921 ca.
Description: A woman wearing an apron stands in a cellar while taking potatoes out of a basket for storage on a shelf. Shelves on the wall behind her hold multiple jars...
Description: A woman stoops to remove an electrical cord from in front of a vacuum cleaner.
Description: Mrs. Granere starts a 1.5 horsepower McCormick-Deering engine in order to power a Maytag washer.
Description: Close-up of a woman's hands holding the wire handles of a wooden rack made for holding jars during canning.
Description: Pots, kitchen utensils, and two irons sit on the stove of a wood-burning oven. A framed painting and a dustpan hang on the wall in the background.
Description: Abelessa, Chapuis and De Prorok make coffee.
Description: Mrs. Granere uses a washing machine powered by a 1.5 horsepower McCormick-Deering engine at International Harvester's Hinsdale experimental farm (Harvester...
Description: A woman and a girl sit at a table, husking and silking corn at the Harvester Farm. The photo is one of a series illustrating canning methods.
Description: A woman stirs a pot on a six-burner electric stove. Two Hotpoint automatic electric ovens stand beside the stove, and canisters and teapots stand on the st...
Description: Interior of the United States General Hospital No. 7, as designated by the surgeon-general in 1918. Intended for returning soldiers' physical reconstructio...
Description: H.L. Mencken sits at the breakfast table reading the newspaper and dining on toast and a goblet of beer. He autographed the photograph with "Breakfast in t...
Description: Marshall Neilan, the director of Don't Ever Marry (1920), and Marjorie Daw, the female lead.
"NIX ON THE FANCY FOOD, SAYS MARSHA...
Description: Woman in a kitchen dipping freshly canned corn into pot. Original caption reads, "canning corn. Putting cans in pressure kettle for cooking." The photo was...
Description: A woman fills a bucket with water from an indoor well pump while standing at a kitchen sink. A mirror hangs on the wall and a potted plant, canister, and c...
Description: Mrs. John Bowers removes a plate of food from the dumbwaiter in her Benton County farmhouse.
Description: A woman uses a 1.5 horsepower McCormick-Deering engine to pump water into a metal bucket outside a building at International Harvester's Hinsdale experimen...
Description: Backyard drive and landscaping of a house. Laundry hangs on the line in the far background.
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