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Description: Illustration of a Javanese woman sewing at a Singer Sewing machine while a Javanese man looks on.
Description: Group of girls in a summer sewing group at Neighborhood House, posing in their finery with Gay Braxton (back row, center, under ceiling lamp), head residen...
Description: Mrs. Fred R. (Edith) Jones, Mrs. Kenneth H. (Pauline) Parsons, and Mrs. Hans T. (Josephine) Sondergaard, of the Unitarian Service Committee, are shown mend...
Description: Outdoor family portrait of Mary Turvill McConnell, Elizabeth Turvill Wood, and Jessie Turvill Thwaites. They are sitting on a porch in front of windows wit...
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: Young girls working with textile machinery. One stands on a box to reach her work.
Description: Men sew as a joke at a party for prospective bridegroom. Jack Bayliss, with bow tie, is facing the camera.
Description: Four ladies observing a woman demonstrating on a sewing machine at the University of Wisconsin Farm and Home Week.
Date: 1876 ca.
Description: A family is posed around a table on which are many thick books and a stereoscope. Most of the men, especially the twin boys, have assumed heroic postures....
Description: Actors portraying I.M. Singer and his friend George Zieber with the first sewing machine.
Description: Lou Doriag tries on her costume for Marilou Durkin. Lou Doriag plays Celia in "As You Like It" in a Madison Theater Guild production.
Description: Alma(?), Wis. Studio portrait of group of women seamstresses and two young children.
Description: Four well-dressed people relax in a parlor. They are reading, sewing and playing the piano.
Description: Women learning the dressmaking trade at an ORT school in a displaced persons camp; Germany.
Saul Sorrin was interviewed as part of the Wisconsin Survivo...
Description: Fabric and pattern department of the new Sears store, located at 1101 East Washington Avenue.
Description: A view of two Pueblo Native American women and a young girl seated and busy with various craft work, including working on a loom.
Description: Actors portray I.M. Singer and George Zieber examining an early sewing machine.
Description: A Woman for a peaceful Christmas sheet of patterns for felt butterfly, rabbit, cat, elephant, camel, and dog ornaments. Logo on left says: "No more shoppin...
Description: Johns Island students discuss sewing and the first young citizenship group at Highlander Folk School.
Description: The junior division of the University of Wisconsin Service League for faculty wives has a number of interest groups including the sewing group, shown prep...
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