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Description: Wisconsin farm folks get a real education at the annual Farm and Home Week session on the University of Wisconsin campus. Shown (left to right) are Mrs. Wi...
Description: Local fruit farmers Mr. and Mrs. Martin Kapec, Route 2, Madison, display a crate of home grown strawberries the size of golf balls.
Description: Two men operating Case 9-foot combine with a group of men observing, at University of Wisconsin Hill Farm.
Date: 1951-11 ca.
Description: Scale model of a McCormick hand-rake reaper.
Description: Albert A. Larson, Burke Township, displays a 58 pound squash which he gave to the Madison Salvation Army.
Description: Lisa Rutherford (left), chairman of the West High Y-Teen Club and chairman of the ticket sellers for the flower show presented by the Wisconsin-Upper Michi...
Description: Scale model of a McCormick push-type corn binder.
Description: Eight members of the Wisconsin Council of Agriculture (in no particular order, they probably are: C.F. Claflin, Pres., William H. Hutter, Pres. emeritus, C...
Description: The Farm Short Course is a 74-year-old institution at the University of Wisconsin which has enrolled 12,414 students over the years. Attending the reunion...
Description: Station Day (agricultural demonstration) field trip party walking out into a half-grown cornfield.
Description: Farm and Home Week visitors look at exhibits in the University of Wisconsin home economics building. Watching a demonstration in feeding large groups are,...
Description: The Ingenues, an all-girl band and vaudeville act, serenading the cows in the University of Wisconsin-Madison Dairy Barn in a scientific test of whether th...
Description: Full-length portrait of two women standing on a lawn, holding hands and smiling. They are wearing cowboy hats, white shirt waist blouses with puffy sleeves...
Description: Mrs. Jessie Avery (left) chats with Mrs. Verle Jacobs, both members of the Dane County Homemakers. The women sang with the Homemaker's Chorus during the an...
Description: Olson & Johnson milk cows in front of the Orpheum Theater, 216 State Street, promoting their show "Atrocities of 1932".
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