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Date: 1878 ca.
Description: A husband, wife and three children are grouped around a table set for coffee. Behind them is a board fence and a frame house.
Description: Wisconsin's first lady Mrs. Vernon (Helen) Thomson hosts a tea at the executive residence at 101 Cambridge Road. Among the 200 guests were, left to right,...
Date: date unknown
Description: Thanksgiving dinner between Native Americans and early Pilgrim settlers in America.
Date: 1877 ca.
Description: F.A. Schmidt, professor of theology at the Norwegian Lutheran Seminary, with his family on the grounds of the seminary, formerly the Soldiers' and Orphans'...
Description: A large group of men and women sit for a banquet in an unfinished building.
Description: The celebrated dancing partners Vernon Castle and Irene Castle eating breakfast at home.
Description: An interior view of the A.P. Morris residence. Portraits are above the mantel of the fireplace, on which sits an ornate clock and other objects. To the rig...
Description: View of the University of Wisconsin president's home at 130 North Prospect.
Date: 1935 ca.
Description: Woman holding up a quilt, showing it at the Iron County Fair.
Description: Irvine Lenroot, a leader in the La Follette-Progressive wing of the Republican Party in Wisconsin, with Belle Case La Follette and Mary La Follette at Mapl...
Description: Bea and Carson Gulley Christmas card promoting their catering service. Text on the card says, "A Blessed Christmas".
Description: Members of Nukewatch protesting at the Project Elf facility near Clam Lake. This protest was part of the organization's annual Hiroshima event, and the pro...
Description: Caption reads, "The Lake Mendota fish population was reduced this week by this fine catch of crappies, white bass, and bluegills by Madison's expert fisher...
Description: An elderly man is lying on his side, against the corner of a wall, facing the camera, with a pillow and quilt. Wainscoting covers the wall behind him, and...
Description: Mrs. Margaret Mentzner, a fulltime employee of the Family Service Agency, is shown hearing the bedtime prayers of a small boy whose mother is sick and abse...
Description: Mrs. Roy J. Nelson, 145 Marquette Street, is shown using a "floyve" stick to turn the lefsa while it bakes. She and her two sisters gathered at one of thei...
Description: Interior of the Brau Haus, a German-American Rathskeller. A German band wearing costumes stands on the small stage at the restaurant, some holding musical...
Date: 1950 ca.
Description: A woman displays an oven.
Description: Three women prepare "materials used in the making of cancer dressings." The women include Eleanor Britt, Florence Anderson, and Marcia Udelhofen. The orig...
Description: A woman prepares a meal at the Trans-Mississippi Exposition and Indian Congress.
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