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Description: "A sled was used to convey the milk cans. Shown are Ralph Widmer, Bill Breitag, and Ken Reimer."
Description: Exterior of the two-story Loyd Cheese Factory. A barn on the left of the factory features an advertisement for Star Tobacco.
How Wisconsin Became the Dairy State
Description: An illustration depicting the cheese factory and dry goods store of J.G. Pickett at Pickett's Station.
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: Margaret McGuire, the 1948 Alice in Dairyland, offering Wisconsin Cheese to a young boy seated in a boat-shaped display of "Swift's Brookfield Fine Cheese....
Date: 1950 ca.
Description: Wisconsin Department of Agriculture workers cut large blocks of Swiss cheese.
Description: Cheesemaker Laurel Ettien, measuring the weight of cheese curd after it was separated from the whey.
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...
Description: A man wearing Swiss clothing making cheese in Switzerland.
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: Men prepare to retrieve the remainder of the curd from a kettle and add it to the bag.
Description: Map of Wisconsin with drawings illustrating historic places and events throughout the state. The Great Seal of the State of Wisconsin appears at the top ri...
Description: Cheese being graded by a man with a fedora using a tryor to take a core of cheese.
Description: Rooms with bottles, table, canisters and other dairying equipment on the Hazen Pettit farm. Original caption states: "The vat in the foreground is used fo...
Date: date unknown
Description: Horses and wagons carrying aluminum barrels are standing outside the cheese factory. Workers pause from work to pose. Each worker wears overalls and a hat.
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...
Date: 2007-06-24 before
Description: One-page autographed menu for a six-course food and wine benefit dinner at L'Etoile Restaurant for Wisconsin Homegrown Lunch, a program promoting the use o...
Description: Each Brick Cheese is packed in an airtight bag. A machine draws all the air out of the bag and a clip is applied. By dipping each package in hot water, the...
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