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Date: 1935 ca.
Description: Downtown outdoor market place.
Date: 1934 before
Description: Photomontage of a giant cucumber on a flatbed railway car. The railroad is right on the side of a lake. Red text in the upper left corner reads, "The kind...
Description: A farmer stands in his vegetable field.
Date: 1920 ca.
Description: Children working in garden. One child is pulling beets, while another child is digging up potatoes with a hoe. Another child is sitting in a wheelbarrow lo...
Description: Group of students working in Woodlawn School Garden. Mr. O.M. Plummer receiving carrots from a student.
Description: Man pulling a trailer with a Farmall B tractor on the farm of C.H. Meyerling. The trailer is loaded with tomatoes. A young man is standing next to another...
Date: 1995-05-04 before
Description: One-page menu from L'Etoile Restaurant honoring the twenty-fifth anniversaries of Earth Day and Wisconsin's Environmental Decade and Earth Day founder and...
Description: Two men stand waist-high in the cabbage, pea, and oat fields of the C.C. Washburn homestead, twelve miles southwest of Florence. Wooden houses or outbuildi...
Description: A horse-drawn power sprayer being used on truck crops in the Racine area.
Description: Madison Community Chest sponsored Farley tract community garden. Mrs. Rex L. Liebenberg is picking peas with her children, Lelia (14) and Don (17).
Description: Two women and young girl gathering vegetables in the Deering Works vegetable garden. Original caption reads: "This garden furnished a bountiful supply of v...
Date: date unknown
Description: View across Sid's backyard, with Sid standing and wearing a Japanese kimono near one of his Japanese lanterns and a gate. In the background behind a fence...
Description: An International L-180 truck owned by Crombie & Company fruit and vegetable dealers parked beside a warehouse in front of a door marked, "3." A woman is st...
Description: Double-sided menu for the bakery and cafe, Madison Sourdough Company, (MSCo.) with still-life illustrations in color of fruits, fall leaves, nuts, squash,...
Description: African American woman tending to her plot in the McCormick Works' garden. The garden was one of several factory gardens created under International Harves...
Description: Photographic mock-up for an Alfred Stanley Johnson photomontage postcard entitled "Shooting the Shoots." A small girl is sliding down a wooden plank, whic...
Description: Interior view, over the heads of an audience sitting in the foreground, of a room filled with vegetable produce. A man, and a woman holding a puppy, are st...
Description: Pie chart showing the sources of gross income for Wisconsin farms in 1927.
Description: Albert A. Larson, Burke Township, displays a 58 pound squash which he gave to the Madison Salvation Army.
Description: Two men stand in the five-foot tall pea field of Joseph Seipold three miles northeast of Antigo. Another man stands atop a horse-drawn wagon loaded with ha...
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