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Description: A woman wearing a dress uses an axe to split a log into firewood. A hand-operated washing machine stands in the yard of a farmhouse in the background.
Description: Portrait of Ella M. Pickford (Mrs. Henry W. Pickford), 201 South Mills Street. Mrs. Pickford, who is 88 years old, does her own housework and despite poor...
Description: "Fish Fries are very reasonable at the Back Street Cafe. Red Fish (similar to Perch) are only $4.95. A large glass of Slice is 45¢. Our waiter is Brock Cot...
Description: Looking over the program for the 33rd annual meeting of the American Dietetic Association, held in Washington D.C., are these Madison dietitians and teache...
Description: Mrs. O.H. (Lauraine) Jensen of 2317 East Mifflin Street, chairman of the Women's Club of Madison's orthopedic work, and Mrs. Gertrude Kepke, 2354 Commonwea...
Description: Group of Ladies' Sewing Club women posing under a tapestry at Neighborhood House.
Description: A woman uses a dilver (fruit press) to juice fruit into a metal bowl on a tabletop.
Date: date unknown
Description: A woman (possibly a member of the Weller family) sweeps a board sidewalk with a broom. On the left is the Weller home, and next to it is the Carl Lund hous...
Description: Harold Lautz, sergeant-at-arms for the annual Lutheran Men's Club "Sweetheart's Dinner" held in the Lutheran Memorial Church, 1021 University Avenue. Mr. L...
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: Sarah Krueger Bhend feeds kittens in front of a farm building.
Description: A woman uses a foot-pedal sewing machine while working with a piece of fraying fabric.
Description: Three women wearing hats they made in a millinery class at the Madison Vocational School. Seated is Mrs. David (Hilda) Gay, and standing behind her are Mrs...
Date: 1926 ca.
Description: Page from a scrapbook kept by Neighborhood House, with a group of women cutting patterns, sewing by hand and machine, pressing a garment, and checking the...
Description: Kitchen workers in the Unity House Kitchen, a large room with long wooden tables and exposed rafters. The workers are lounging on the tables and there is v...
Description: Cyanotype print of Chippewa (Ojibwa) Indians near Bradley Junction which is near Minocqua. The group is standing in front of a wigwam, and a woman in the r...
Description: "We are at American Legion Post 347 in Lomira, WI."
Description: Several women and a man sit at tables and dine at a restaurant. Potted plants stand behind them.
Description: Misses Armstrong, Stout, and Norton, and Mister Adams posed on steps before the door of a building hosting a Farmers' Institute Cooking School.
Description: Speakers at the convention of the Wisconsin Congress of Parents and Teachers are: Dr. Eugenia Cameron, 3507 Sunset Drive, chairman of the mental hygiene co...
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