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Description: Alice in Dairyland (left) sits at a table with a group of men during a luncheon for Madison's Dairy Foods Festival.
Description: A woman stands behind a counter while writing on tablet near a sign reading "Buy Only Genuine John Deere Parts."
Description: S.M. Babcock, on the right, and his original milk butterfat tester at an honorary ceremony.
Description: Pfc. Glen Lindsey displays the fly traps he invented to trap thousands of flies in the Truax Field area.
Date: 1910 ca.
Description: Exterior of Dairy Barn with snow on the ground.
Description: Mary Kessenich Schmitz, sitting with her children Martha and David, looking at garden seed catalogs.
Description: Display of Blue Anchor California pears and grapes in Badger Fruit Market, 250 State Street.
Date: 1920 ca.
Description: University of Wisconsin-Madison. Site of the first dairy school at a state university, built in 1889. Three-story building, with vines growing on the porch...
Description: Jean Ward of 2961 Milwaukee Street stands beneath a peach-laden tree that grew in his garden from pits discarded 8 years ago.
Description: Exhibition about the contributions of Stephen M. Babcock to the history of the dairy industry in the lobby of the State Historical Society Building. Both t...
Description: Castle & Doyle Ready-mixed concrete truck parked in front of silos, 801 E. Main Street.
Description: Three lost children sit on the running board of a car and eat bananas. Left to right: Bobbie Simpson, 5, Vina Mae Simpson, 4, Harold Ring, 4. They wande...
Date: 1931 before
Description: Exterior of Stock Pavilion, University of Wisconsin-Madison College of Agriculture.
Description: Myra Swingle and her two-year-old son, Lanny, pick raspberries together at their home at 2637 Hoard Street.
Description: Site of the first dairy school. University of Wisconsin-Madison. Men are working near a wagon parked in front of the building.
Description: 7595 Mineral Point Road, between Madison and Pine Bluff.
Description: Group portrait of members of Future Farmers of America, taken for Wisconsin State Department of Agriculture.
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