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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: Mike Cotch standing holding a provoloni with other shapes of provolone cheese including salomini, salame, and madget hanging from the ceiling at the Burnet...
Description: Hand-colored photograph of Frieda Jaggi at county line factory, the first family factory, which had a wood frame and heated kettles. It was common for Fri...
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: Men work at the Coldren Cheese Factory.
Date: 1914 ca.
Description: A worker at the Jorden Cheese factory dips curd to make swiss cheese.
Description: Alice in Dairyland, and two employees of Steve's Cheese, sample a piece of the World's largest cheese. The gigantic piece of cheese was part of Wisconsin's...
Date: date unknown
Description: A horse-drawn wagons, also known as milk buggies, drop off cans of milk at the country cheese factory during summer.
Description: Corner of Swiss cheese-making room, showing a cheesemaker stirring ingredients in a copper kettle.
Description: Men stand in the cooling room at Coldren which stored the wheels of cheese on lids on pipe shelves to keep mice away.
Description: Two men dipping the curd in a cheese kettle.
Description: Workers are busy filling the stainless steel Brick Cheese forms with curds.
Description: Wisconsin Governor Walter Kohler presents a cheese basket to visiting Florida governor Fuller Warren.
Description: Cheese being graded by a man with a fedora using a tryor to take a core of cheese.
Description: Frieda Jaggi and some children in the cooling room.
Description: Interior of the making room as the workers drain whey.
Description: Widmer cheese float in the Firemen's Parade.
Description: CEO Joe Widmer stand in the 40-degree cold storage room where Widmer's ages their award winning Cheddar, Brick, and Colby Cheese.
Description: A worker cuts curd to make Swiss cheese at the Jorden Cheese factory.
Description: A worker weighs a wheel of cheese on a Toledo scale for the National Cheese Products Federation.
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