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Description: Page from Joy Camps photo album displaying two photographs and two captions with extensive details of the camp's war efforts. Several campers in each photo...
Description: Page from Joy Camps photo album displaying two photographs; there is an empty space where a third photograph was once included. The top photograph shows a...
Description: Mrs. O.H. (Lauraine) Jensen of 2317 East Mifflin Street, chairman of the Women's Club of Madison's orthopedic work, and Mrs. Gertrude Kepke, 2354 Commonwea...
Description: An autumn exhibit and fair has been set up in the Centerville School. A post supports streamers which extend to the walls, and examples of needlework and c...
Description: The 1959 Dane County Junior Fair home economics building is the center for 1,000s of entries made by girls of Dane County in the clothing and food categori...
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Description: Jessie Jack Hooper sitting in a rocking chair at her home at 669 Algoma Street in front of two windows with heavy drapes and lace curtains. She is stitchin...
Description: Men sew as a joke at a party for prospective bridegroom. Jack Bayliss, with bow tie, is facing the camera.
Description: Mrs. Alvin Derr (left), Marshall, and Mrs. Edner Norland, Belleville, check in 2,098 clothing entries at the Dane County Junior Fair.
Description: A logo for Singer Sewing Machine Company. Over the backdrop of a globe and clouds is written "The Sign of Singer Service Throughout the World." In the cent...
Wisconsin Historical Museum Object – Feature Story
Description: Actors portray I.M. Singer and George Zieber examining an early sewing machine.
Description: Actors portraying I.M. Singer and his friend George Zieber with the first sewing machine.
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