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Description: Image from an album kept by Neighborhood House, with girls sitting at a table sewing, Mary Lee Griggs standing and helping, and another woman standing by t...
Date: 1920 ca.
Description: A woman washing dishes outdoors in a washtub.
Description: "Jewel" brand stove inside a farmhouse kitchen. The original caption reads, "Stove for patch work in making faked pictures."
Description: An unattended child turning the knobs of a gas stove in a farmhouse.
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: 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: 1925 ca.
Description: View of the Richard T. Ely home at 205 North Prospect Street. This house was designed by the Chicago architect Charles Sumner Frost and built by Richard &...
Description: Entries in the Lewis Baking Contest. Seven tables full of plates of desserts are displayed in a large room.
Description: Three men sitting on the ground next to a horse-drawn wagon are having lunch. Two of them have jugs; one is holding a cup. All three are wearing work cloth...
Description: Farm couple seated together outdoors on the lawn, his arm around her shoulders.
Description: A woman moving a box full of firewood from the corner of the kitchen on the E.A. Bancroft farm. A woodstove is on the right.
Description: Clothing hanging on a clothesline strung between a farmhouse and two small farm buildings. Corn and other crops are planted around the farmhouse.
Description: International Harvester poster advertising home canning and offering free books. The sign reads, "Canning Means Saving, Saving Means Money. Ask Your Wife,...
Description: An autumn exhibit and fair has been set up in the Centerville School. A post supports streamers which extend to the walls, and examples of needlework and c...
Description: Woman dumping wash water from a metal wash basin on the back step of her farmhouse.
Date: 1921 ca.
Description: A woman wearing an apron standing in a cellar while taking potatoes out of a basket for storage on a shelf. Shelves on the wall behind her hold multiple ja...
Description: A woman wearing a checkered dress is turning the faucet on a bathtub at International Harvester's Hinsdale experimental farm (Harvester Farm).
Description: Interior view of the front hallway of Villa Louis.
Description: A woman wearing a dress and apron uses an "Easy Model H" wringer washing machine made by the Syracuse Washer Corporation.
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...
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