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Description: Several kitchen implements, including some skillets, sauce pans, a coffee grinder, and a colander.
Description: Doctor Lawrence V. Littig cooks a steak on a grill while his wife Sally and seven-year-old son Norman look on.
Description: A table with built-in cabinets and shelf space stands in the middle of a farmhouse kitchen, next to a wooden chair to the left and a stove and ovens to the...
Description: A Ho-Chunk group dressed in regalia gather behind an elderly woman and child. The man with the rifle has an appliqué blanket wrapped around him as does the...
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: 1873 ca.
Description: Stereograph of Native Americans, members of the Ute Indian Tribe, seated around a fire with a stick tripod structure holding a metal cooking pot.
Description: Bertha L. Retelsdorf, member of the Menomonie High School class of 1905, depicted as a cook . Part of a yearbook created by classmate Albert Hansen, based...
Description: View of a living room in a colonial style home. Room features a fireplace, mantle with clock, cooking implements, candlesticks, a spinning wheel, tables an...
Description: A Ho-Chunk winter lodge frame without skins, cattail matting, or fabric. In the background among trees is another Ho-Chunk lodge, tent, and wooden building...
Description: Portrait of three judges for the Wisconsin State Journal's annual Cook Book Recipe Contest. Left to right are Mrs. Alice Ferguson, home service director of...
Description: Person slicing plate of canned meatloaf. Original can and can opener are posed with the food.
Description: A woman removes a jar of cut string beans from a pot and places it on a dishcloth next to two other filled jars.
Description: Kitchen workers in the Unity House Kitchen, a large room with long wooden tables and exposed rafters. The workers are lounging on the tables and there is v...
Description: Outdoor view of two pots used for a fish boil. One pot is engulfed in flames and children are running from the area.
Description: Man flipping pancakes at "farm breakfast" as part of "June is Dairy Month" promotion in Washington County.
Date: 1926-07-23 ca.
Description: Fake boiler showing glass jars for canning. Original caption reads: "Draw line to show water line when canning with hot water." This photograph was taken a...
Description: Sue Ann Hackett kneeling and holding a tin cup on an outdoor camping trip. There is a tarp in the foreground with dishes and food containers. Birch trees a...
Description: A chef wearing a toque removes a roast from the oven.
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: Mrs. Irving Bielby places a roast on a plate after cooking it in a pressure kettle at the Babcock farm.
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