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Description: Mrs. Waggoner opens a pressure cooker on a stove in a farmhouse, possibly as part of a home canning process.
Description: Page from manuscript keepsake scrapbook containing an image of a kitchen stove and of a toilet.
Date: date unknown
Description: Two kitchen workers at Mary's Sanitorium stand in a kitchen room with shelves of trays and a warming tray along the walls.
Description: Two benches, and a table covered with a cloth and set with a vase of flowers and a creamer dish, stand beneath curtained windows in a farmhouse breakfast n...
Date: 1916 ca.
Description: A woman wearing an apron stands near a wheeled butler's tray while drying dishes in a kitchen. A sink, table, chair and utensils are behind her.
Description: Shown icing cakes in the kitchens of the University of Wisconsin-Madison Memorial Union are Mrs. Wilma Laufenberger, left, and Mrs. Ursula Baltes.
Description: Interior of hermit George Smith's squalid shack, 2 miles Southwest of Cottage Grove.
Date: 1920 ca.
Description: Pots, kitchen utensils, and two irons sit on the stove of a wood-burning oven. A framed painting and a dustpan hang on the wall in the background.
Wisconsin Historical Museum Object – Feature Story
Description: Mrs. Margaret Mentzner, a fulltime employee of the Family Service Agency, is shown caring and cooking for two small children whose mother is sick and absen...
Description: Office of Civilian Defense Design No. 5, "Home Canning." The poster features a woman in a checkered apron pouring something from a cooking pan into a jar....
Description: Interior perspective and exterior perspective of the Robert Johns residence designed and drawn by architect John Randal McDonald. McDonald gave the projec...
Description: View of the old kitchen at the Telfair Academy. Room features a fireplace with cooking and other kitchen tools, a mantle with tableware and other small dec...
Description: Interior of a modular home developed by the Plastics Division of the Consolidated Paper Company. The project was developed in anticipation of the need for...
Date: 1926 ca.
Description: Woman and young girl working in a kitchen canning beans. The girl is standing at the sink running a faucet while the woman is seated at a table using a bea...
Description: Interior view of a kitchen showing sink, stove, counter, and shelves. Apparently to demonstrate effective kitchen organization.
Description: Two Rennebohm Drug Store, Inc., employees make sandwiches. A large commercial refrigerator is visible in the back of the kitchen area where they are workin...
Description: A soldier at a base in Panama uses a cleaver to open a can of rhubarb sitting on a counter near a large pot. He is wearing a cap, a sleeveless shirt, and p...
Date: 1926-07-23 ca.
Description: Woman at the Harvester Farm in the process of canning peaches. She is placing the peaches in a cold dip after scalding.
Description: Man standing at an oven at the Memorial Union kitchen, University of Wisconsin-Madison. A person can be seen standing on the right with a camera or light.
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