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Description: Senators Wiley (Wisconsin), Robertson (Virginia), and Jordan (North Carolina) posing with a round of blue cheese.
Description: A Kraft cheese display at the Kroger Store located at 3 Pinckney Street.
Description: "Harvey Kamrath washes Brick Cheese at Widmer Cheese Factory."
Date: date unknown
Description: Wisconsin promotional decal with a map of the state, with many cities marked and drawings of some Wisconsin icons: cheese, cows, deer, beer, Wisconsin Dell...
Description: Principals in the "world's largest cheese" promotion, study the artist's sketch of the "Cheese-Mobile" that will the cheese to the New York World's Fair in...
Date: 1950 ca.
Description: Women wearing white smocks or aprons wrap slabs of cheese for distribution.
Description: Men at the Brodhead Cheese Factory closing the cloth after dipping the cheese.
Description: Woman serving cheese to members of the University of Wisconsin championship basketball team members at the train depot before their departure for the NCAA...
Description: Each Brick of cheese weighs out at approximately 5 pounds. The general rule of thumb is that it takes 10 pounds of milk to produce 1 pound of cheese. A 5 p...
Description: Len Kopitzke (right), an officer of the Wisconsin Cheese Makers Association, with Assembly Speaker Donald C. MacDowell (R - Soldiers Grove), at a legislati...
Description: Three-quarter view of left side and front of the the Wiota Butter and Cheese Company. A wooden flight of stairs leads up to the second floor entrance. Ther...
Description: "Cheese display. Varieties are Brick, Cheddar, Colby, Swiss, Provolone & Blue."
Date: 1925 ca.
Description: The rear facade of a cheese house.
Description: The tractor-trailer used to transport and display the world's largest cheese at the 1964 World's Fair held in New York. The 34,591 pound cheddar was made i...
Description: Man squeezing whey from a cheese cloth.
Date: 1948-08 ca.
Description: The Department of Agriculture's Cheese promotion booth at the Wisconsin Centennial Exposition. The booth urges consumers to "Serve Wisconsin Dated Cheese."...
Description: "Widmer Cheese Factory."
Date: 1961-09-19 ca.
Description: View of the Blum Brothers Company factory building. The Blum Brothers Company once manufactured circular cheese boxes. An automobile is parked outside the...
Description: Janet Wendling and Marilyn Zingsheim package brick cheese at Widmer Cheese.
Description: After the curds are leveled off in each form, they are turned so that each side of the Brick is pressed. During the course of the day, each form is turned...
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