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Date: 1933-11-29 

Description: A table and chairs a laden with rows of Thanksgiving baskets prepared by the Volunteers of America for distribution to needy families.

Date: 1946-11-08 

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: 1948-02-03 

Description: Elizabeth Davies (left), Baraboo, president of the Wisconsin Home Agents' association, talking to Mary Baldwin, wife of the Dean of the University of Wisco...

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Red Cross Workers

Date: 1947-03-01 

Description: Red Cross volunteers making clothes for destitute children in war torn countries. Left to right: Emma Henwood, Mrs. Casimir D. (Fredericka) Zdanowicz, Mrs...

Date: 1946-12-08 

Description: Five women members of the millinery class at Madison Vocational School admiring their finished hats. Left to right: Mrs. A.J. (Cora) Niebauer, Mrs. W. H.(G...

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St. Valentine's Pie

Date: 1954-01-29 

Description: A recipe from Mrs. Anna Trinrud of Madison, St. Valentine's pie made with lemon meringue with bits of orange peel, sits on a table. The pie is decorated wi...

Date: 1923 

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: 1949-02-14 

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...

Date: 1905 ca.

Description: A small rabbit is posed in a fancy ironstone pitcher. On the reverse is written, "son of Mrs. Egg Rabbit."

Date: 1947-12-09 

Description: University of Wisconsin-Madison students at a weiner roast in the recreation room of the University of Wisconsin Home Management house at 1430 Linden Drive...

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Tornado Damage

Date: 1944-07-23 

Description: Tornado damage at Truax Field area. Barn damage with house in background, two horses survive in the barn despite the damage around them.

Date: 1946-08-14 

Description: A man and woman pose with their dog outside their house trailer set in a secluded yard, surrounded by trees and bushes. Photograph taken for Western Elect...

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Party Fixins' Booth

Date: 1954-11-11 

Description: Mrs. Irvine (Marg) Elliott of 4601 Wallace Avenue, co-chairman of the "Party Fixins' booth at the Lake Edge Congregational Church bazaar, wears the cap and...

Date: 1948-02-04 

Description: Three women looking at an exhibit at the University of Wisconsin Farm and Home Week showing color combinations for clothing and accessories. Pictured left...

Date:  date unknown

Description: A large extended family of 26 sits and stands in the front yard of a wood frame house; Lars Davidson Reque. On the right a woman operates a spinning wheel...

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Who's New Club

Date: 1947-01-24 

Description: Four members of the Who's New Club, in Civil War costumes. One woman is seated at a piano, one sitting near a spinning wheel, and two standing. They are pa...

Date: 1957-01-08 

Description: Portrait of Mrs. Margaret Nelson, teacher-coordinator at the Madison Vocational and Adult school's homemaking department. She was preparing to appear on WH...

Date: 1949-01-31 

Description: People examining a home economics exhibit at the Farm and Home Week at the University of Wisconsin. From left are Ruth E. Davis, Port Washington; Mrs. Otto...

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Fire Station Cooks

Date: 1958-03-14 

Description: At every Madison fire station, a man takes over in the kitchen and has the title of cook. Pictured is Phil Behrend, the cook at the Central Fire Station.

Date: 1961-04-21 

Description: Irene Thomas wears a Norwegian costume while looking forward to the annual smorgasbord of the University YWCA in the John Muir room of the YMCA.

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