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Description: Budweiser beer and snack food display in Frank Fruit Company, 609-613 University Avenue. Sign says, "America's Social Companion".
Description: Mary Paulick sits on the floor while working on a large braided rug.
Description: Pauline Rehder working in the Heart Kitchen at Madison Vocational and Adult School. The Heart Kitchen, for women with heart disease, allows the cook to...
Description: Image from a scrapbook kept by Neighborhood House, with a woman using a sewing machine to sew a large piece of cloth patterned with four-leaf clovers. Anot...
Date: 1912 ca.
Description: Georgia Lloyd Jones holds her son Jenkin Lloyd Jones, born Nov. 1911, on a hobby horse.
Description: Mrs. Merle Q. Howard, Milwaukee, president of the women's auxiliary to the State Medical Society of Wisconsin, was the guest of honor at the luncheon meeti...
Description: Frank family banquet at the home of Morris L. Frank, located at 611 Chapman Street. The family were Greenbush residents.
Description: Dad Farmanfarma and his wife, Sylvia, in their kitchen in their home that has Swiss, Persian and American influences.
Date: 1950 ca.
Description: Group of girls making baskets, as an older girl or woman demonstrates a technique. Neighborhood House sponsored many groups and activities, such as basketr...
Description: Four men complete woodworking tasks at Neighborhood House, the oldest community center in Madison. It was established in 1916.
Description: Mrs. Robert J. (Gladys) Murphy of 405 Eugenia Avenue is one of many women enrolled in the tailoring class of Mrs. Helen John, at the Madison Vocational and...
Description: John Karch stirs a hot pot of candy syrup on a stove while trays of finished candy cool on the table.
Description: Interior of the kitchen at 12 North Broom Street, the residence of James and Mary Ellen Nevin, showing Mrs. Nevin and her sister cooking.
James Nevin was...
Description: Shown at the Madison Art Association tea, at the Madison Free Library, are from left to right: Mrs. Raymond (Dorothy) Koltes, Mrs. James (Margaret) Watrous...
Description: Two "young" Rebublicans, Dorothea and Lyle Siggilkow, McFarland, are shown enjoying a fried chicken box supper at the Lincoln Day Dinner.
Description: Jack Sanders, Lewis Arms's co-worker at Greyhound, sits on a curb on Brearly Street to eat his lunch.
Description: Children sit at a table and have lunch at The Capital Times Kiddie Camp.
Description: Pat Pidcoe, medical secretary, sets the table for a dinner party.
Description: Mary Henshue, age 10, has just become eligible for 4-H. She is shown sewing doll clothes. She is a member of the Silver Badgers 4-H Club.
Description: 13 firemen sit at two tables, ready to eat their 11 am meal. The men are at Central Station at 18 South Webster Street. From left to right at the far tabl...
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