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Description: Map illlustrates creameries, condenseries and cheese factories in Wisconsin, January, 1918, and value of products. Five smaller maps in margin show changes...
Date: 1920 ca.
Description: View across dirt road of two men wearing overalls standing outside a rural cheese factory. There is a large, low wooden tub at the driveway entrance, and a...
Description: Five men and one woman, possibly employees of the Kirkpatrick Cheese Factory, gathered in front of the factory building. A car is parked along the curb in...
Description: "Swiss Center," a false building front in the style of a Swiss chalet taken for Swiss Center, a Wisconsin natural cheese gift box mail order company locate...
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...
Description: Salt is sprinkled on the newly cut cheese curds.
Date: date unknown
Description: Exterior view of the Buckhorn Cheese Company plant. A sign painted on the exterior of the building reads: "Take One Home."
Description: A Kraft cheese display at the Kroger Store located at 3 Pinckney Street.
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: A man gets brick molds ready as part of the process of making cheese at the Wisconsin Cheese Producers Federation.
Description: Cheese in the cooling room, with aged cheese in the upper left corner.
Description: Stanz Cheese Company, Migliaccio & Vallone Company, and Milwaukee Cheese Company all located on the east side of North Broadway between East Clybourn and E...
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: The finished cheese curds are weighed and poured into forms to make a 40 pound block of cheese.
Description: June Swensen at a register cutting a wheel of cheese.
Description: A group of scouts enjoy a snack at picnic tables outside the Wisconsin Pavilion at the 1964 World's Fair. Each scout has a glass of milk and a young woman...
Description: Casper Jaggi pressing cheese.
Description: Two men working with cheese at the brine tanks.
Description: International delivery truck with an advertisement for Kraft Cheese, "Decidedly Better," on the side.
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