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Description: Men closing up the cloth after dipping it into the kettle.

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Description: Men hook a bag of cheese from a kettle onto a hook with a pulley.

Postcard

Baptist Church

Date: 1909-05-18 

Description: Colorized postcard of a Baptist Church on a street corner.

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Squeezing Whey

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Description: Men squeeze whey before pressing.

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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...

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Description: Friedrich Fuhrer and Elise Schupbach, the parents of Casper Jaggi.

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Description: Colorized postcard of the Dousman Street-Dixon Street intersection. The neighborhood has residential homes, sidewalks, and trees.

Photograph

Coldren Factory

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Description: Men work at the Coldren Cheese Factory.

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Draining Whey

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Description: Interior of the making room as the workers drain whey.

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Description: Casper Jaggi in a horse-drawn buggy.

Date: 1903-08-25 

Description: Colorized postcard of people in boats on the lake in Decatur Park. It is evening and the moon is shining on the lake.

Photograph

Men Retrieving Curd

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Description: Men prepare to retrieve the remainder of the curd from a kettle and add it to the bag.

Postcard

The Cow Bridge

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Description: Colorized postcard of the Cow Bridge. A farm is on the shoreline on the right. A man is standing on the bridge. Text in the lower right corner reads: "The...

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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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View of Making Room

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Description: Interior view of the Brodhead Cheese Factory with Kenneth Clark working at the kettles.

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Description: Brodhead Cheese Factory taken from a nearby road, with a truck in front of the building.

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Description: Casper Jaggi and Jake Wurtz working with cheesecloth in 110 degree weather and no internal factory cooling system.

Date: 1910-11-31 

Description: Colorized postcard of The Spring in Decatur Park. A man is sitting near the spring. There is a bridge on the right, and many trees. Text in red in the lowe...

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Washing Cheese

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Description: Men preparing cheese to wash.

Date: 1917 

Description: A retail street with the Terry Amerpohl Department Company, Will J. Smith — Rexall drugstore, a furniture store, and a church. A horse and buggy is parked...

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