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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...
Description: A worker weighs a wheel of cheese on a balance scale for the National Cheese Products Federation.
Description: Cheesemakers remove loaves of Brick Cheese that have been floating in the salt brine tank for 14 hours.
Description: Two men working with cheese at the brine tanks.
Description: Label submitted to the State of Wisconsin for trademark registration by the South Kaukauna Dairy Company. Cheese Food product which is a mixture of aged ch...
Description: Casper Jaggi presses cheese.
Description: A worker weighs a wheel of cheese on a Toledo scale for the National Cheese Products Federation.
Description: A man wearing Swiss clothing making cheese in Switzerland.
Description: Men prepare to retrieve the remainder of the curd from a kettle and add it to the bag.
Date: date unknown
Description: Cooking demonstration in the Women's Building at the Wisconsin State Fair, featuring a cheese appetizer.
Description: Man and woman standing outside the Fred Wenger cheese factory.
Description: June Swensen at a register cutting a wheel of cheese.
Description: A Kraft cheese display at the Kroger Store located at 3 Pinckney Street.
Description: Margaret McGuire, the 1948 Alice in Dairyland, on WAFM-TV, Channel 13, with another woman promoting Wisconsin 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: Corner of Swiss cheese-making room, showing a cheesemaker stirring ingredients in a copper kettle.
Description: View down road towards a car parked in front of the cheese factory.
Description: A man dips a feeding cloth into a kettle.
Date: 1914 ca.
Description: A worker cuts curd to make Swiss cheese at the Jorden Cheese factory.
Description: Men stand in the cooling room at Coldren which stored the wheels of cheese on lids on pipe shelves to keep mice away.
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