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Description: H.S. Manchester Inc., 2 East Mifflin Street, display window promoting "National Notion Week" and displaying items (notions) used for sewing.
Description: Two Ho-Chunk women lean on a rough-hewn table in front of a wooden building which has a ladder against the side leading to the roof. The woman on the left...
Description: Lunch pails, newspaper-wrapped packages, and hats are stacked on a bench inside Sedan Prairie School. The paper hanging on the wall above the bench reads,...
Date: 1948-05-15 before
Description: Dinner menu from the Holland-America Line ship R.M.S. Nieuw Amsterdam, with an illustration of "A Repast About 100 B.C.," with men and a woman gathe...
Date: 1869 ca.
Description: A family playing croquet in the yard of a frame house with three chimneys. A baby carriage and exterior cellar doors are visible.
Date: 1894 ca.
Description: Stereograph view of the banquet hall for the 28th National Encampment of the Grand Army of the Republic. A man stands on the far right.
Description: Chromolithograph card of a man in "native" Tunisian costume, posing next to a Singer sewing machine. Part of a "Costumes of All Nations," set created as a...
Date: 1876 ca.
Description: "View of the Dining Table" from the "Dedication of Blue Mounds Church" section of Dahl's 1877 "Catalogue of Stereoscopic Views," showing a long banquet tab...
Date: 1935-01 before
Description: Sewing project for Milwaukee County women to make and repair clothing for relief families.
Date: 1925 ca.
Description: A Chippewa (Ojibwa) woman preparing splints for basket making. This image is part of an exhibit about Native Americans prepared by Paul Vanderbilt, the fi...
Description: Elevated view of a Cub Scout, Girl Scout, and Brownie Scout bringing boxes of food to St. Vincent de Paul to be distributed to recently arrived Hungarian r...
Description: Two men and three women sitting down to a meal, possibly Mr. and Mrs. Merlin Hull on the left, and Mr. and Mrs. George Hull on the right, father and son.
Date: 1941 ca.
Description: Loretta Falci (Lorenzina Fiocco Falci), an Italian woman, preparing sarsa, tomato paste on boards on the porch of her home, 622 Milton Street, as she holds...
Description: Dane county 4-H Club girl, Agatha Dermosky, of Sun Prairie, rolls pie dough in the Madison Gas and Electric Co. demonstration kitchen during competition in...
Date: date unknown
Description: Interior view of a University of Wisconsin Home Economics Department practice kitchen demonstrating orderly shelf usage.
Description: Interior of a restaurant at Hotel Astor, built in 1904. The room features chairs, tables, potted plants, and lavish decor. Along the walls are framed pai...
Description: Interior of the kitchen at 12 North Broom Street, the residence of James and Mary Ellen Nevin, showing Mrs. Nevin and her sister cooking.
James Nevin was...
Date: 1860 after
Description: A cat, labeled "MISSOURI", tasting soup from a steaming kettle over a wood fire. The kettle is labeled "SECESSION SOUP". The cat is wearing a vest, apron a...
Description: Irma Evans uses a broom to sweep the floor near a wooden bench.
Date: 1926-07-23 ca.
Description: Farm family seated at table eating a meal at the Harvester Farm. Original caption reads: "Comparison picture to show close-up of canned foods served."
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