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Description: An elderly African American vegetable dealer in a donkey-driven cart parked in front of a row of windows.
Description: African American vegetable vendor with a large basket of vegetables balanced on her head.
Date: 1921 ca.
Description: A bearded man wearing a cap holds a gourd while standing next to a horse-drawn wagon under a pergola. The wagon is laden with gourds, kale, burlap bags ful...
Date: 1900 ca.
Description: African American vegetable vendor with a large basket of vegetables balanced on her head and another in the crook of her arm. Text on photograph reads "Veg...
How a Disaster Made Wisconsin the Dairy State
Description: Photomontage of a man, wearing a bow tie and straw boater hat, sitting on top of a giant ear of corn. A crowd of onlookers gather around the man, suggestin...
Date: 1943 ca.
Description: Front side of order blank for Aunt Jenny's Garden for Victory seeds featuring a drawing of a woman and several vegetables.
Description: Street scene of children and adults in Phat Diem, a city about 100 miles south of Hanoi.
Description: A woman and a man in a kitchen canning beans. The woman is scooping beans from a large pot with a ladle into cans, while the man uses a tabletop hand crank...
Description: A reproduction of an ad or counter card for the Universal Food Chopper. Text on the image reads, "The Universal Food Chopper, and a few of the things it ch...
Description: Entrance to Fall River Canning Company. A number of trucks full of vegetables are in the parking lot or driveway in front of low sprawling warehouse buildi...
Description: Madison Community Chest sponsored Farley tract community garden. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond C. Thompson having a picnic with their children, Charles (11) and Rob...
Description: Label submitted to the State of Wisconsin for trademark registration. Label for canned food from the Larsen Company. Features a can of corn, with fresh ear...
Description: A pyramid of stacked canned goods at an Alabama store. Original caption reads: "The people of Alabama are artistically inclined as evidenced by the car loa...
Description: Photomontage of several farmers working to lift a giant onion onto the flatbed horse-drawn cart. Beside them is a giant mound of onions with a ladder leani...
Date: 1918 ca.
Description: Emergency label for Ocean View Early June Peas printed over an unused wax beans label. The label shows a bowl of cut wax beans on one side and a view of th...
Description: Group of seven people seated in a field and eating raw potatoes. The family dog is also present.
Description: Letterhead of the Oconomowoc Canning Company, with a can of Teenie Weenie Wisconsin peas featuring a label with Teenie Weenie figures emptying pods of peas...
Description: A man on a large horse-drawn cart hauls a group of giant sugar beets. The two horses are stepping onto a dirt road. An inscription in the upper left corner...
Description: Potatoes going from truck to sorting machine at the Mumbrue farm. Roy Roth and George Mumbrue stand next to the machine in front of a barn.
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