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Description: Governor Walter Goodland pickling pears.
Description: Annette Wellers, Whitewater, hurrying off to class while Mildred Benson, Stoughton, arrives with groceries at the front door of the University of Wisconsin...
Description: A woman wearing an apron uses a counter-mounted can opener.
Description: Members of the Grace Episcopal Guild prepare for their annual Christmas fair held at the church's Guild hall. Pictured left to right: Mrs. Marvin B. (Lois)...
Description: Colorized postcard of the main living area of a Norwegian dwelling at Little Norway showing a fireplace, cradle and spinning wheel. Pictures and household...
Description: Cover of a booklet on home canning produced by International Harvester's Agricultural Extension Department. The booklet promotes "safe home canning" of fru...
Description: View of three women evaluating meal prepared by cook inside International Harvester's Evansville Works home economics kitchen. The Evansville Works produce...
Description: An illegal gambling machine in a dining area of a restaurant. A waiter is visible through a doorway on the left.
Description: Tornado damage near Truax Field in Madison. The Gritzmacher farm milk house was twisted and shattered by the wind.
Description: Officers and speakers attending the annual dinner meeting of the Wisconsin Council of Churches: front row, Dr. Hermann Morse, administrator of the Presbyte...
Description: L.A. Toner,of Miami, Florida, is shown in his Wisconsin General hospital bed cutting his surprise birthday chocolate cake as his wife looks on. Mrs. Toner...
Description: Seventy-six-year old Henry L. Krehl, believed to the be city's oldest soda jerk, at the soda fountain of his brother August W. "Doc" Krehl's drug store, 40...
Description: Members of the Junior Chamber of Commerce Auxiliary preparing yule baskets for two families at the home of R.M. (Frances) Larson, 3914 Nakoma Road. Left t...
Description: Exterior view of the University of Wisconsin-Madison Home Management house at 1430 Linden Drive. Seniors majoring in home economics were required to live f...
Description: Hankscrafts electric baby food dish, heated for serving.
Description: Two members of the University of Wisconsin Dames Club working on sewing projects with the "new look". Treadle sewing machines were used. Mrs. W. James Harp...
Date: 1948 ca.
Description: View of the Quilty house at 26 South Hancock Street.
Description: Valera Widener and her children: Norma (on her lap), Franklin (left), and Lyall (right), in Baron Brothers Department Store drinking milk provided by the E...
Description: Two sorority volunteers knitting for hospital patients that are unable to do handiwork themselves, but desire hand-made articles to give as gifts or to use...
Description: Erwin and Claire Tiffany home, 1001 Seminole Highway, Nakoma. It was built in 1925, and was owned by Christina and Ellis Dana in 1945.
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