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Description: Illustrations from the Boston Herald of scenes at the school of housekeeping, including "in the kitchen" and "studying hygiene".
Date: 1850 ca.
Description: Chippewa Indian Sugar Camp. Plate 61, preceding p. 199, vol. I, The Indian tribes of the United States: their history antiquities, customs, religion, ar...
Date: date unknown
Description: In pencil on white card, a cartoon of a woman, probably a secretary, seen from the back, wearing a dress and high heels, with a typewriter for a head, a pe...
Description: View of the University President's home at 130 North Prospect Avenue. This illustration was taken from a Christmas card prepared for Conrad A. Constance W....
Description: Illustration of an immaculate farmstead captioned as "Woodland home as occupied by Farmer Thrifty".
Description: Andre bartending at John & Jean's.
Description: Artist's rendering of a suite interior at Miller Park Stadium.
Description: A pencil drawing of of a costume for Patricia Neal as Alma Brown in the film "Hud". The woman in the drawing is wearing a dress, apron, and low shoes, and...
Description: Pete bartending at the Roxy Grill.
Date: 1870 ca.
Description: Martin H. Meyer's birthplace. Reproduced from a lead pencil sketch made in 1870.
Description: Drawing of a man wearing an apron making cat nip tea. The man is using one hand to drop something into a pot on the stove, and with the other hand holding...
Description: Illustration of farmstead in disrepair captioned "Woodland home ten years later in the hands of Farmer Slack".
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