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Description: Magician Eddie Tullock (1919-2007) performing at a restaurant. Minnesota-born Tullock was the originator of "trade show magic," the concept of presenting a...
Description: Arthur Parkins, Jr. holding surviving newborn twin baby, John Archie Parkins, following the death of twin baby James Burton Parkins. His wife Kathryn is ly...
Description: View down the aisle between two counters at a confectionery and ice cream parlor. Tables and chairs are arranged between decorative trees and plants in th...
Description: Person slicing plate of canned meatloaf. Original can and can opener are posed with the food.
Description: Walter (Fritz) Mondale and David Obey have a conversation at the Better Way Club.
Description: Close-up of a woman's hands using a potato slicer attached to a counter.
Description: Man flipping pancakes at "farm breakfast" as part of "June is Dairy Month" promotion in Washington County.
Description: View of dining room tables placed at an angle along a row of windows. The tables are set with silverware, plates, cups, pitchers, and menus. On the back wa...
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...
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: Jars of food are stored in an opened cabinet within a farmhouse kitchen.
Description: Interior of the Morris-Jumel Mansion, also known as Washington's Headquarter's, built in 1765 by Colonel Roger Morriw and Mary Philipse. View includes can...
Description: "At The Marsh Inn, we had as our guests, Andy Kraushaar, Visual Materials Curator at the Wisconsin Historical Society, and his wife [Deena Brazy]. Our wait...
Description: An unidentified couple at an unidentified Rennebohm Drug Store restaurant. The couple had finished their meal and left their tip on the table when they wer...
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...
Date: 1917 ca.
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: 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: Studio portrait of two women sitting in front of three standing women, all holding household items, including: pie, iron, cup, towel, platter, and glasses....
Description: A woman and a man in a kitchen canning beans. The woman is scooping beans from a large pot with a ladle into cans, while the man uses a tabletop hand crank...
Description: Interior view of the school kitchen in the domestic science department at Orange Township Consolidated School.
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