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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: Peggy Meyer, member of the Silver Badgers 4-H Club, irons a dress she is sewing.
Description: Helen Johnson, tailoring instructor, and Mrs. Edwin (Gertrude) Johnson, student, at Madison Vocational and Adult Education School, 211-213 North Carroll St...
Description: Naval Officers and Wives Club annual Christmas dinner dance featuring a Hawaiian Christmas theme, in the Crystal Ballroom of the Hotel Loraine. Mrs. Robert...
Description: Wisconsin's First Lady, Mrs. Oscar (Mary) Rennebohn, left, greeting Mrs. Gaylord Flowers (left), Oconto Falls, and Mrs. Herbert Buseman, Gillett, at a tea...
Description: Shown at the American Association of University Women tea and dinner, from the left: Dr. Althea Kratz Hottel, national president and dean of women at the U...
Description: Informal portrait of Jerome C. and May Holt seated in rockers in their living room at 1922 Madison Street.
Description: Two couples at the punch bowl during the holiday benefit dance at the Turner Hall. From left are Gail Snyder, Footville; John Fox, Madison; Margot Schmidt,...
Description: Stewardess Mary Ogle models a wool suit she made. Looking on is Bill Domres, formerly a steward for North Central who became a station agent when the airli...
Description: Singer Sewing Machine Company store, 325 State Street, and Sherwin Williams Paint and Wallpaper Store, 327-329 State Street, with a billboard on top of the...
Description: Hill's Department Store, 202 State Street, sewing display window including three female mannequins, fabric, dress patterns, and two signs stating "You Save...
Description: At the tea table are officers of the Who's New Club who are celebrating the 14th anniversary of the organization. Left to right: Mrs. Fred (Beulah) Reeth,...
Description: Joan McKerley peeling potatoes in the kitchen of a house she shares with three other young women at 2253 Rugby Row.
Description: Fabric and pattern department of the new Sears store, located at 1101 East Washington Avenue.
Description: K.P. Buchholtz serves his four children hamburgers cooked on an outdoor grill. They are, from left, Kay, 9; Emily, 7; Paula, 4; and Louis, 3.
Date: 1877 ca.
Description: F.A. Schmidt, professor of theology at the Norwegian Lutheran Seminary, with his family on the grounds of the seminary, formerly the Soldiers' and Orphans'...
Description: Studio portrait of Delores Wengert, first place winner in the leftovers category of the Wisconsin State Journal's second annual recipe contest. Her recipe...
Description: Mrs. Edwin B. (Rosa) Fred, extreme left, wife of the university president, with a delegation of guests from Sun Prairie, at a tea at the Wisconsin executiv...
Description: A woman demonstrates how to use a Hankscraft egg cooker in a mock Easter display window with Easter bunnies and Easter eggs.
Description: Group portrait of mothers and daughters with Mrs. E. B. (Rosa) Fred, wife of the university president in the Fred house at 10 North Babcock Drive. Farm fa...
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