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Date: 1893 ca.
Description: The kitchen in the Northern Hospital for the Insane. Institutional cooking equipment and various supplies are visible.
Description: Stereograph of a group of men on a raft. The man in the foreground is sitting and peeling potatoes. The young man splitting wood is Ashley Bennett, son of...
Date: date unknown
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: Young homemakers, Caroline Reierson, 615 Dennett Dr.,and Arveda Kuhlmey, 713 Dennett Dr., experiment with a new culinary process for cooking meat. They be...
Description: A woman preparing peaches for canning. She appears to be shaking her finger at a young boy as he reaches for a peach. This scene occurred on the Harvester...
Description: A woman wearing an apron removes a wire rack filled with glass canning jars from a boiler on a Coleman Pressure Range on International Harvester's Hinsdale...
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.
Description: High school student Harold Enge poses with his blue ribbon winning angel food cake during an International Harvester Company Short Course. Additional cakes...
Description: View of the lean-to kitchen in Hyland House, which was built in 1660. Room features a fireplace with two smokers, a table with several mortar and pestles,...
Date: 1926-07-23 ca.
Description: Farm family seated at table eating a meal at the Harvester Farm. Original caption reads: "Comparison picture to show close-up of canned foods served."
Description: Lula Tunisson uses an El Flo hot water canner to give a presentation to the men, women, and children of a canning club.
Description: A woman stirs a pot on a six-burner electric stove. Two Hotpoint automatic electric ovens stand beside the stove, and canisters and teapots stand on the st...
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: Laboratory work in a University of Wisconsin home economics class.
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: 1918 ca.
Description: Soldiers standing around portable stoves at the mess hall for American troops. Also shows the bench seated tables and tents used by soldiers.
Description: Mary Fowler Rennebohm wearing an apron and sifting flour. Mrs. Rennebohm was the wife of Oscar Rennebohm, founder of the Rennebohm Drug Store chain and go...
Date: 2003 ca.
Description: Skillets and lantern hanging on the wall in the Quinney farmhouse.
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: Mrs. L. G, (Edith) Trowbridge, winner of the blue ribbon in the Wisconsin State Journal recipe contest, slicing a loaf of her winning entry, cinnamon-roll...
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